The Broncos hosted the Eagles in NorWossa court sports action yesterday.
Dryden and Kenora split the afternoon, with the Broncos winning in Junior and Senior Boys’ Volleyball action. The Junior Girls won in basketball, but the Seniors lost 59-30.
The TA Saints are also back from court sports action in Atikokan.
The Saints took down the Voyageurs in Senior and Junior Girls' Basketball and Senior Boys' Volleyball, but the Junior Boys lost in two sets.
Next league play will be Wednesday when they host Rainy River.
Manager John Schneider and the Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to a three-year deal with a team option for the 2026 season.
He led the club to a 46-28 record after being promoted from bench coach to interim manager in July. The Blue Jays reached the playoffs but were swept in the wild-card series by the Seattle Mariners.
The Toronto Raptors will look to build on a season-opening comeback victory over Cleveland when they head to Brooklyn to take on the Nets tonight.
Toronto defeated Cleveland 108-105 at Scotiabank Arena on Wednesday. The Nets are coming off a disappointing 130-108 home loss to the Pelicans and will be eyeing their first win.
There are two CFL games tonight.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats welcome the last-place Ottawa Redblacks to Tim Hortons Field. The Ticats can clinch a playoff berth with a win and a Saskatchewan loss tomorrow.
The Edmonton Elks close out their season against the BC Lions in the west. The Elks are looking to snap a 16-game home losing streak.