The Kenora Bass International, the region’s biggest fishing tournament, kicks off today.
The three-day tournament will put anglers to the test as they compete for the top prize of $20,000. Weigh-ins for day one will go at 4 p.m. this afternoon under the Whitecap Pavilion. Ian Waterer and Motei Demers took home the trophy last year.
More action in Kenora Slo Pitch last night.
On the women's side, the Dunit Diamonds gave the Royals a run for their money, but ultimately fell 21-19. WNHAC took the game 13-4 against Jarnel and the Devils Gap Chiefs outscored the Riverview Rebels.
For the men, the D Smith A's won over Titan and Holmes Voodoo snuck by the Brew Co Brewers.
After splitting their two-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Toronto Blue Jays will look to get back on track when they kick off a four-game series against the Minnesota Twins on the road tonight. All-star pitcher Alek Manoah will be taking the mound for Toronto.
The undefeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers will look to continue their dominance tonight when they go head-to-head with the Montreal Alouettes. Winnipeg quarterback Zach Collaros and receiver Dalton Schoen were named two of the top three performers of the month yesterday, after scoring 16 touchdowns between them in July.