St. Thomas Aquinas High School hosted the 7/8 All Catholic Soccer Championships yesterday. Sacred Heart from Sioux Lookout and St. Joseph’s from Dryden traveled to Kenora to take on the SAINTS. T.A split their squad into two teams for the championship, and both went undefeated during round-robin play resulting in them going head to head for Gold.  It was the T.A black team came out on top over the red.

In Kenora Slo Pitch action, in the Women's Division, Kenora DJ Services beat the WNHAC Wreckers 32-3. Alyssia Boldt, Brooke Francis and Missy McBatten all with a home run. Brianna and Neecy hit two each. Elsewhere, CUPE won 22-8 against the Renegades.

Auston Matthews became the first Toronto Maple Leaf in 67 years to be named the N-H-L's M-V-P, and the first Leaf to ever be named the most standing player when the N-H-L handed out its top awards last night in Tampa Bay. And for the first time in 35 years, the winners of the Calder, Hart, Norris, Vezina and Ted Lindsay Award were all age 25 or younger.

Victor Hedman of the Tampa Bay Lightning didn't win a Norris Trophy last night at the N-H-L Awards ceremony, but the star defenceman will be more than content to win Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final tonight. The Lightning, looking to three-peat as Cup champions, can tie the best-of-seven series at 2-2 with a win over the visiting Colorado Avalanche. Cale Makar of the Avs managed to win the Norris Trophy.

Josh Harrison hit a game-ending single with two outs in the 12th inning, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-6 in a wild victory last night. The White Sox, who have won six of their last eight games, will close their three-game series with the Jays today. Toronto has lost five of their last six.