July 4 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

Major League Baseball

American League

Tampa Bay Rays 7 Toronto Blue Jays 3

Harold Ramirez and Randy Arozarena hit 2-run homers in a 6-run-5. inning

The Rays have 14 hits, Ji-Man Choi has 3 in play

Cleveland 2 New York Yankees 0
Boston 4 Chicago Cubs 2 (11 innings)
Baltimore 3 Minnesota 1
Kansas City 7 Detroit 4
Houston 4 LA Angels 2
Seattle 2 Oakland 1
Chicago White Sox 13 San Francisco 4
Philadelphia 4 Saint Louis 0
Miami 7 Washington 4 (10 innings)
Cincinnati 4 Atlanta 3
San Diego 4 LA Dodgers 2
Colorado 6 Arizona 5
New York Mets 4 Texas 1


Toronto Blue Jays at Oakland Athletics
Alek Manoah (9 & 2) vs. Cole Irvin (2 & 6)
9:07 p.m

Miami Marlins at Washington Nationals 11:05 a.m
Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles 1:05 p.m
Cleveland Guardians at Detroit Tigers 1:10 p.m
Cleveland Guardians at Detroit Tigers 6:40 p.m
Tampa Bay Rays vs Boston Red Sox 1:35 p.m
Kansas City Royals at the Houston Astros 4:10 p.m
Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers 4:10 p.m
San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks 6:10 p.m
New York Mets at Cincinnati Reds 6:40 p.m
Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres 6:40 p.m
St.Louis Cardinals at Atlanta Braves 7:20 p.m
Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox 8-10
Colorado Rockies at Los Angeles Dodgers 9:10 p.m

North Dufferin Baseball

The Owen Sound Baysox went 1 & 2 in 3 home games at Tom Williams Park

The Baysox were shut out by the Clearview Orioles on Saturday and then shared a doubleheader with the Barrie Angels on Sunday, winning 7-6 but dropping the nightcap 9-2.

With a 7 & 9 record, Owen Sound is 1 point away from a playoff spot

The All Star Game takes place on Saturday in which 4 Baysox players participate

On Sunday afternoon, Owen Sound will host the Ivy Rangers at 1pm.

Ontario Amateur Softball Association under 23 eliminations

at Woodstock

Championship Final

Owen Sound selects 10 Tavistock 3

Clay Dolbear was named tournament MVP

Owen Sound’s Riley Manion was named Most Valuable Pitcher

The Selects earn a spot at the Softball Canada Championships August 2-7 in Carp, Ontario

U17 Eliminations

at Napanee

Championship Final

Chatsworth Longhorns 9 Napanee Express 2

The Longhorns’ Joseph Weller was named the tournament’s top pitcher

The Softball Canada U17 Championship will be held in Saskatoon from August 10th to 14th

from the selection

The Owen Sound U23 Selects traveled to Woodstock, Ontario and rolled in three straight wins to win the U23 OASA Elimination Championship for the second year in a row.

In the opening game, the Selects defeated the Belmore Sting 9-2 for their first win. Clay Dolbear led the attack with two doubles, an HR and 4 RBIs. Brendan Hagerman contributed a double and a single, while Brady Hogg, Dallas Kipfer, Wade Kewageshig, Tucker Firth and Mitch McComb recorded singles. Winning pitcher Riley Manion allowed 1 ER and crossed out 10. Belmore’s Austin Eadie and Colton Quipp had Belmore’s only hits while Mac Mulvey suffered the circle loss.

The win led to a duel with the Tavistock Merchants who defeated Alvinston in their first game of the day. After 5 scoreless innings, the Selects put 4 runs down the board in the bottom of the 6th and won 4-0 to advance to championship play. Clay Dolbear again led the offense with an HR and 2 RBIs. Brady Hogg, Dallas Kipfer, Wade Kewageshig and Mitch McComb added singles again. Winning pitcher Riley Manion was a beast on the mound, hitting 14 shots while giving up 5 hits. Reese Yantzi allowed 5 hits, 2BB and hit 10 in a losing affair.

As the Selects advanced to the finals on Sunday afternoon, the Tavistock side defeated Belmore in the semifinals to set up a repeat of the day before. The merchants scored 3 runs on top of the first and the selects responded with 3 of their own. The Selects won 10-3 to claim their second consecutive U23 Elimination OASA Championship.

Catcher Brendan Hagerman had a double, two singles and 3 RBIs. Clay Dolbear added his 3rd home run of the tournament, along with Owen Torrie, who hit his first. Aidan Yarde, James Martell, Brady Hogg and Dallas Kipfer all had a hit. The game of the game saw Martell dive down center and eject a runner at first base, stopping a Tavistock rally. Riley Manion again took the mound to lead the Selects to victory while giving up 3 ER while hitting 7 batters. Tavistock’s Mitch McKay had two goals for Tavistock, with Reese Yantzi suffering the loss. Manion’s dominance on the mound earned him the Most Valuable Pitcher Award and Dolbear’s 5 hits including 3 HRs earned him the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament.

The weekend’s win secured the Selects a place at the Canadian Under-23 Championships in Carp, Ontario, taking place August 2-7. They will be Ontario 1 and will be joined by Tavistock and Belmore who finished 2nd and 3rd along with Osgoode who will host the prestigious event


Novak Djokovic defeated Tim van Rijthoven 6: 2, 4: 6, 6: 1 & 6: 2 and thus advanced to the quarterfinals

There are 4 games today in both the men’s and women’s divisions

PGA John Deere Classic

JT Poston won the event, finishing 21 under par and winning by 3 shots

Canada’s Michael Gligic tied for 10th, 7 strokes from the lead

Ontario Women’s Amateur and Intermediate Amateur Championship

at the Loyalist Golf and Country Club

Major League Soccer

New York 2 Atlanta 2
Columbus 0 Philadelphia 0
New England 2 Cincinnati 2
New York Red Bulls 1 Kansas City 0
Minnesota 3 Salt Lake 2
Charlotte 2 Houston 1
Nashville 2, Portland 2
San Jose 2 Chicago 1


Montreal FC at LA Galaxy 10:30 p.m
DC United in Orlando City at 7:00 p.m
Austin FC at Colorado Rapids 9:00 p.m
Inter Miami at FC Dallas 21:00

NASCAR Cup Series

at RoadAmerica

Tyler Reddick trumped pole winner Chase Elliott

The win was Reddick’s first in the NASCAR Cup Series and made him the fifth overall winner of the season.

With 7 races to go before the cutoff race at Daytona, there are currently 3 playoff spots available by points.

British Grand Prix

Carlos Sainz Jr won his first career Formula One race on his 150th F1 start.

Honda Indy200

in Mid Ohio

Scott McLaughlin scored his second consecutive win of the season

McLaughlin held off reigning champion Alex Palou for the final 17 rounds.

Ontario Senior Lacrosse

Six Nations Rivermen 10 Brooklin Merchants 6

On Saturday, the Owen Sound Bug Juice Senior NorthStars meet the Rivermen at Six Nations


Six Nations Rivermen 13 12 1 0 24
Owen Sound North Stars 14 7 6 1 15
Oakville Rock 12 7 5 0 14
Brooklin dealer 11 4 6 1 9
Ennismore James Gang 13 4 9 0 8
Clearview crusher 13 3 10 0 6

World Women’s Lacrosse Festival 2022

in Maryland.

U15 Team Ontario was defeated by Stars 2026 11-4
Under-15 team Ontario defeated Coppermine 16U 12-6

Under-17 team Ontario defeated Eyeyo NZ 17-2

The game continues today with the playoffs tomorrow

Canadian Football League

Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3 & 0) at Toronto Argonauts (1 & 1)

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