Dryden High School held their athletics banquet last night for the Eagles.

Reider Paquette and Jordyn Robichaud took home the Rookies of the Year award. Barett Edenburn won the Sportsman award while Meagan Peters took home the Sportswoman award.

Edenburn was also given the Mike Smith Award, which recognizes the top scholar, volunteer and athlete for the region. Barett played 7 different sports as an Eagle, was involved in the community and never had an average lower than 96 per cent in any of his years at DHS.

Saige MacLeod, who played hockey, basketball and soccer was named the Female Athlete of the Year, while Ethan Cook was named the team MVP for four different sports, and not surprisingly, was named the Male Athlete of the Year.

In Kenora Slo Pitch Action, the Devils Gap Chiefs edged out the Royals 27 to 26, while CUPE won 18 to 14 over Jarnel.

The Ottawa Redblacks host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as Week 2 of the CFL season continues. It's a rematch of last week's showdown in the Manitoba capital where the two-time defending Grey Cup champion Bombers kicked a last-minute field goal in a 19-17 victory.

The Toronto Blue Jays start a three-game series with the Major League-leading New York Yankees tonight at Rogers Centre. The Yankees have won 14 of their last 15 games and lead second-place Toronto by 10 games in the American League East standings. Toronto is coming off a split of a four-game series against division doormat Baltimore.

The Philadelphia Flyers have hired John Tortorella as their new coach, hoping the veteran can help lead them to their first Stanley Cup since 1975. Tortorella coached Tampa Bay to a Stanley Cup title in 2004. He also coached the New York Rangers and Vancouver Canucks.

The Golden State Warriors are NBA champions once again. Steph Curry had 34 points last night as Golden State topped the Boston Celtics 103-90 for their fourth title in the last eight seasons.