Another busy night in Kenora Slo-Pitch action.
In the ladies division, Kenora DJ Services Storm beat CUPE 39-10, Northern Harbour defeated the Royals 22-8, Shear Heaven Clippers downed Jarnel 12-2 and the WNHAC Wreckers got by KTown Kafé 11-10.
For the men, Beauty Bay destroyed the Mariners 24-3, while the Moncrief Diggers snuck by the Legends 13-12.
The Toronto Blue Jays look for their eighth win in a row when they finish off a two-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals tonight at Rogers Centre.
The Blue Jays thumped the Cards 10-3 in last night's series opener. It was the second time in four games that the Jays hit double-digits in runs scored. They set a franchise scoring record in a 28-5 win Friday at Boston.
Hockey Canada president and chief executive officer Scott Smith is expected to appear before the House of Commons heritage committee today as it holds hearings into how the governing body handled allegations of sexual assault.
Hockey Canada has been under fire since news broke in May that members of the 2018 world junior team were accused of a group sexual assault after a gala event in London, Ontario, and that the organization had a special fund to pay off civil suits. An allegation of sexual assault concerning the 2003 world junior team emerged last week.
Former Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen says he's looking forward to resuming his NHL career after a jury found him not guilty of sexual assault.
Virtanen, who last played in the Russian-based KHL, wept when the verdict was read in B-C Supreme Court. He was charged in January after an incident in September, 2017.