In Kenora Slo-Pitch action, the Dunit Diamonds took down the Riverview Rebels 24-22. Elsewhere, Kenora DJ Services beat Bat Intentions 7-0. Joella Alcock, Lee Roach and Kristine Oulette had home runs, and Eleanor Rumple ended it with a grand slam.

The Under 18 Kenora Triple-A Thistles are gearing up for another season. The main camp tryouts kick off today and will run until Sunday at the Keewatin arena. Spectators are welcome to attend through Sunday morning.

The Dryden Minor Hockey Association’s Registration is now open for players from U7 all the way to U18, as well as Bench Staff and Coaches. And DMHA’s First Shift is open to children aged 6 to 10, who want to build friendships and be a part of a team, while learning how to play hockey.

The world junior men's hockey championship continues in Edmonton with a pair of games. Sweden takes on Austria today, followed by a matchup between Slovakia and Latvia. The Canadians want to improve to 3-and-0 when they face off against Czechia tomorrow.

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats welcome the archrival Toronto Argonauts to Tim Hortons Field in CFL action tonight. It's the second of four meetings in five weeks between the Southern Ontario teams. The Argos beat Hamilton 34-20 last week in Toronto and enter tonight's matchup leading the East Division with a 4-and-3 record.

The Toronto Blue Jays start a three-game series with the Cleveland Guardians tonight at Rogers Centre. The Jays went 3-and-5 on their recent road swing through Tampa Bay, Minnesota and Baltimore. They still lead the American League wild-card race with a half-game lead over Seattle.