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PEI picked up a big win in basketball at the Canada Games in Winnipeg. The boys team dropped Newfoundland-Labrador, 70-66. Adam Ryan led PEI with 23 points.
The Island girls lost 79-45 to New Brunswick. Nikki Arsenault had 20 points.
PEI lost 14-4 to powerful Ontario in baseball. Patrick Young had three hits, scored a run and drove in another in the loss.
PEI lost 6-2 to Nova Scotia and 17-3 to Manitoba in softball.
Today….PEI meets New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in baseball.
The PEI girls play the Territories in soccer.
In softball the Island boys play Alberta and New Brunswick.
The mountain bike cross country race will be on for both male and female competitors.
PEI meets Ontario and Nova Scotia in women’s beach volleyball and the men play BC and Alberta.
Plenty of trade rumours a day before the Major League Baseball trade deadline.
The Oakland A’s have told pitcher Sonny Gray he’ll miss his start today. The New York Yankees appear to the team most interested in him along the with L.A. Dodgers.
The Jays lost a tough one in the 9th inning as the Los Angeles Angels trimmed Toronto, 6-5 scoring three runs off closer Roberto Osuna. His 5th blown save this season.
Miguel Montero hit a three-run homer for the Jays.
Brett Gardner’s walk-off single handed the Yankees a 6-5 win over Tampa Bay.
New York is a half game up on Boston. The Red Sox got by Kansas City, 9-8 in 10 innings. That ends the Royals 9 game win streak. The newest Red Sox Eduardo Nunez homered twice and drove in the winning run.
Baltimore shutout Texas, 4-0. Kevin Gausman fired a 7 hitter.
Montreal Expos great Tim Raines will be formally inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown this afternoon.
The Charlottetown Islanders split with Fredericton in senior baseball. The Royals were 15-10 winners in the opener. The Islanders won the seocnd game, 7-3. Brody MacDonald picked up the win.
Kings County Baseball today…
Action Aero Expos at Northside in Morell at 1.00 followed by the Brewers hosting Stratford.
Peakes Bombers visit the Caridigan Clippers at 2.00.
Robert Garrigus tied the Glenn Abbey course record with a 62 in the third round of the Canadian Open. American Charley Hoffman is the leader after a 65 and one stroke lead on Kevin Chappell. Garrigus is two strokes back entering the final round.
IN the CFL the Calgary Stampeders overwhelmed the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 60-1.
The Toronto Argos won 38-27 facing Saskatchewan.
Elm Grove Kaboom won a photo finish in the feature at Red Shores in 1.55/2 beating Adkins Hanover and Forever Paradise in Race 13. The winner owned by Larry and Kathy Chappell of Marshfield.
Racing today at 1.00 in Summerside. 15 dash card features the Callbeck Stakes and Maple Leaf Trot.