The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles dropped the Charlottetown Islanders, 5-1 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey exhibition.
The Isles were out shot 27-21 with their only goal coming from Russian rookie Nikita Alexandrov which tied the game briefly, 1-1 in the first period.
The Islanders now 0-4 in pre-season play. They will host Cape Breton on Saturday night in Montague.
Kevin Pillar had four hits including a home run and Brett Anderson was impressive once again on the mound as the Toronto Blue Jays held off the Detroit Tigers, 5-4.
Chris Sale got his 16th win as Boston blanked Tampa Bay, 9-0. Dustin Pedroia hit a 2-run homer while Andrew Benintendi and Mitch Moreland drove in three runs each. The Red Sox up by 4.5 on the Yankees.
New York edged Texas, 3-1 as Tyler Austin drove in the go ahead run in the top of the 9th.
Cleveland has won a franchise record 17 straight games with a 4-2 comeback win over Baltimore. Francisco Lindor got his 28th homer, a 2-run shot in the 7th.
The Los Angeles Dodgers losing streak has reach nine games. L.A. lost 6-5 to Colorado but maintains a 10-game lead on Arizona in the N.L. West.
Summerside faces Kentville in the semI-finals of the Atlantic Under 13 baseball championship this morning in Moncton. Mid-Island claimed 5th place with a 4-0 shutout over Fredercton.
The gold and bronze medal games are on at 1.00 this afternoon.
Kings County Baseball semi-final action set for this afternoon.
Northside at Stratford with thew Brewers up 2-1.
Morell at Peakes. The Bombers lead, 2-1. That game at 4.00.
Holland College swept Acadia, 11-6 and 6-4 in college baseball and has two at St. F.X. today.
The Hurricanes began the new soccer season by downing the Dal Agriculture College 6-0 in the men’s and 3-1 in the women’s.
Holland College at Crandall U in Moncton today.
UPEI was held scoreless as the AUS soccer season began.
The Panthers lost 4-0 to St. F.X. in the women’s and 2-0 to the X-Men in the men’s. UPEI at Moncton today.
Acadia over UPEI, 58-12 as women’s rugby began.
The men’s Panthers host St. Thomas at 2.00 today.
Three games in the CFL on Saturday.
Hamilton made it two straight wins downing Ottawa, 26-22.
Winnipeg dropped Saskatchewan, 48-28.
Calgary won by a field goal, 25-22 over Edmonton.
Quite a five horse finish in the featured 13th at Red Shores in harness racing in Charlottetown. Carracci Hanover with Jason Hughes won by a neck over Forever Paradise in 1.55/1. The other three time 1.55 and change.
Racing today at at 1.00 in Summerside with a 12 dash card.
Rash B Havior with Marc Campbell driving is the 5-2 favourite in the 6 horse feature in Race 11.