Back in the win column and all alone in first place in the Western Canadian Baseball League's east division.

The Moose Jaw Miller Express beat Fort McMurray 13-11 on Saturday and followed that up with an 8-3 win over the 57s in Swift Current on Sunday.  The Millers with a 1/2 game lead on the Regina Red Sox atop the east division.  The Millers play in Swift Current tonight and host the 57s tomorrow night.

The WCBL regular season wraps up this week with playoffs coming up next week.

The U13A Ice lost a heartbreaker 7-6 in extra innings to Team BC in the Canadian Regional Softball Championships in Victoria over the weekend. The Ice finished with a 1-3 record in the tournament. Team Alberta beat BC in the final 8-4 to represent Canada in the Little League Softball World Series in Greenville, NC, beginning on August 8. 

The 15UAAA Canucks lost in the semi-final to the White Butte Broncos in the Tier 1 Provincial Championships in Swift Current last weekend. The 13U AAA Canucks lost in the gold medal game of their Tier 1 provincials to the Saskatoon Cardinals 22-2 to pick up the silver medal. 

Summer hockey!  Lots on the go and more to come.  Moose Jaw Warriors defenceman Daemon Hunt will play for Canada at the upcoming, re-scheduled World Junior Championship tournament.  It'll begin a week from today in Edmonton.  9 other Western Hockey League players are on the team, including Pats star Connor Bedard.

Moose Jaw Warriors star forward Brayden Yager put on a great showing for Team Canada at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in a dominating 14-0 win over Switzerland picking up a goal and an assist to open up the tournament. Yager and Team Canada will be in action again on Tuesday night against Slovakia who was 4-1 losers to Sweden on Monday. 

In case you missed it, the BC Lions beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 32-17 at Mosaic Stadium Friday night.  The Riders are now 4-4 on the season and they get the bye this week.  They'll play the Elks, in Edmonton, a week from Saturday.

The Toronto Blue Jays open a nine-game road trip tonight in Tampa Bay.  The Blue Jays are winners of 12 of their last 15 games and sitting in a wild-card playoff spot as of Tuesday. 

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