August 12/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Dashboard

courtesy of Chatsworth Longhorns

National Bank Tennis

ATP in Montreal

Felix Auger-Aliassime advanced with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Cameron Norrie

WTA in Toronto

Zheng Qinwen knocked out Canadian Bianca Andreescu 7-5, 5-7, 6-2

major league baseball

Cleveland Guardians 4 Detroit Tigers 3 (10 innings)
Boston Red Sox 4 Baltimore Orioles 3
Houston Astros 7 Texas Rangers 3
Kansas City Royals 5 Chicago White Sox 3
Miami Marlins 3 Philadelphia Phillies 0
Colorado Rockies 8 St. Louis Cardinals 6
Arizona Diamondbacks 9 Pittsburgh Pirates 3
Chicago Cubs 4 Cincinnati Reds 2

Softball Canada U17

in Saskatoon

Chatsworth Blacksheep Fencing Longhorns 6 Drumbo Lightning 5
Chatsworth Blacksheep Fencing Longhorns 10 Napanee Express 3

Gray Bruce Ladies Fastball League Playoffs


Tara Ladies 6 Desboro Royals 3
(Tara advances to meet the Allenford Gators on August 18. The Royals will meet the Meaford Leeky Canoe on August 16)

Canoe Meaford Leeky 15 Nawash 5
(Nawash is eliminated from the playoffs)

Canadian Football League

Montreal Alouettes 20 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 17 (OT)

National Football League pre-season

New York Giants 23 New England Patriots 21
Baltimore Ravens 23 Tennessee Titans 10

World Junior Hockey Championship

in Edmonton

Canada 11 Slovakia 1
Finland 4 Czechia 3 (SW)
United States 7 Switzerland 1

LPGA ISPS Handa World Invitational presented by Modest! Golf management

at Galgorm Castle Golf Club / Massereene Golf Club, Antrim, Northern Ireland

Amanda Doherty is in the lead as Round 2 is underway

Doherty was 8 under par and had a 2-stroke lead

Alena Sharp is the only Canadian in the field and she is tied for 79th at the start of the second lap

FedEx St. Jude PGA Championship

at TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee

Kim Si-woo and JJ Spaun share the lead at 8 under par

Taylor Pendrith is the weakest Canadian after the first round. He sits 4 strokes behind the leaders

Listowel’s Corey Conners is tied for 30th

Conners shot a 3 under 67 and is 5 shots off the lead for round 2

World Junior Lacrosse Championship

in Winnipeg

Canada 30 Australia 5

Ontario Junior B Lacrosse Final

Nepean Knights 8 Windsor Clippers 1
(Knights win Ontario Championship Series games 3-0)


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