20./21. September Bayshore Broadcasting Sports



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Major League Baseball

American League

Toronto Blue Jays 5 Minnesota Twins 3

Toronto scored five goals in the lower part of the first inning when they sent 10 thugs to the plate

Jose Berrios took the win against his former team when Toronto moves to 15 & 3 in September.

The Jays remain in possession of one wildcard seat, 1 game back from Boston and one game & 1/2 ahead of the Yankees

Oakland are 2 games ahead of Toronto while the A’s prepare for the Seattle hosts who have 4 games left in a series open tonight.

Yesterday Boston & Oakland won while the Yankees lost.

Boston Red Sox 8 Baltimore Orioles 6
Cleveland Indians 11 New York Yankees 1
Oakland Athletics 3 Los Angeles Angels 2 (10 innings)
Seattle Mariners 7 Kansas City Royals 1
Detroit Tigers 2 Tampa Bay Rays 0
Chicago White Sox 7 Texas Rangers 2


Atlanta Braves 3 San Francisco Giants 0
New York Mets 3 Philadelphia Phillies 2
Miami Marlins 6 Pittsburgh Pirates 5 (10 innings)
Washington Nationals 3 Colorado Rockies 0
Chicago Cubs 6 Milwaukee Brewers 4
St. Louis Cardinals 8 San Diego Padres 7
Los Angeles Dodgers 8 Cincinnati Reds 5


Houston Astros 7 Arizona Diamondbacks 6


Toronto Blue Jays at Tampa Bay Rays
Robbie Ray (12 & 5) versus Shane Baz (0 & 0)
7:10 p.m.

Kansas City Royals at the Cleveland Indians 5:10 p.m.
Kansas City Royals at the Cleveland Indians 6:10 p.m.
Pittsburgh Pirates at the Cincinnati Reds 6:40 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at the Detroit Tigers 6:40 p.m.
Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins 6:40 p.m.
Texas Rangers at the New York Yankees 7:05 p.m.
Baltimore Orioles in Philadelphia Phillies 7:05 pm
St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers 7:40 pm
Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels 9:38 pm
Atlanta Braves at the Arizona Diamondbacks 9:40 PM
Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics 9:40 p.m.

Centennial wins debut

Port Elgin native Jack Middleton became the first ever pitcher for the Centennial College Colts in the Ontario College Athletic Association last Sunday.

Middleton started the game against the George Brown Huskies at Christie Pitts in Toronto.

He threw five innings of two-hit baseball while hitting two and allowed only one deserved run in a 3-2 win.
Middleton finished the game in midfield, making 2 great catches in the final inning including a ditch over his shoulder to end the game.

He then moved to first base for the second game of doubles headers. Centennial jumped 8-3 before George Brown retired for a 12-10 win.

A busy weekend is just around the corner for Middleton and the Centennial College Colts. On Friday, September 24th, the Fanshawe College Falcons will receive them for a double headed ball. The following afternoon, Saturday, September 25th, they’re hosting Humber College. All home games take place at Neilson Park in Scarborough.

Intercounty Fastball League Championship tournament

at Arthur

Championship Finals

Grand Valley Expos 12 Arthur Dealer 3

National soccer league

Buffalo Bills 35 Miami Dolphins 0

Josh Allen threw 2 touchdown passes and Zach Moss ran for 2 TDs

Baltimore Ravens 36 Kansas City Chiefs 35

Lamar Jackson stormed for 107 yards, scoring twice, including flipping into the end zone for the winning goal

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 Atlanta Falcons 25

Tom Brady fired 5 touchdown passes

The Buccaneers & Carolina are 2 & 0 on NFC South

Carolina Panthers 26 New Orleans Saints 7

San Francisco 49ers 17 Philadelphia Eagles 11
Arizona Cardinals 34 Minnesota Vikings 33
Los Angeles Rams 27 Indianapolis Colts 24

The 49’ers, Cardinals and Rams are 2 & 0 in NFC West

Las Vegas Raiders 26 Pittsburgh Steelers 17
Denver Broncos 23 Jacksonville Jaguars 13

The Raiders and Broncos are 2 & 0 in AFC West

Chicago Bears 20 Cincinnati Bengals 17
Cleveland Browns 31 Houston Texans 21
New England Patriots 25 New York Jets 6
Dallas Cowboys 20 Los Angeles Chargers 17
Tennessee Titans 33 Seattle Seahawks 30 (OT)

This evening

NFC North

Detroit Lions (0 & 1) at Green Bay Packers (0 & 1)

8:15 pm

LPGA Cambia Portland Classic

Ko Jin-young finished the tournament with 11 under par and won the tournament with 4 strokes

For Ko it was their 2nd win in their last 3 LPGA Tour starts.

Brooke Henderson of Smith’s Falls, Ontario, tied in 38th place

Hamilton’s Alena Sharp ranks 74th

PGA Fortinet Championship

in Napa, California

Max Homa shot a final round 7 under par to win with 1 stroke

Richmond Hill native Taylor Pendrith was the lowly Canadian.

He’s tied for 38th

Ontario Women’s 4 Ball Championship

at the Ladies Golf Club of Toronto

IndyCar Firestone Monterey Grand Prix

Colton Herta led 91 of 95 laps and won his second race in a row from pole position

Alex Palou moved closer to the championship and is expected to go to the season championship in the next race.

Winner of the Hannover Raceway Year End Award

Top Dash Winner Driver – Bob McClure

Driver with the highest percentage of winners – Bob McClure

Top Dash Winner Trainer – Terry Gallant.

Ray & Lue Leifso Award for Best Non-Driving Instructor – Terry Gallant.

Bud Fritz Rising Star Award – Travis Henry

Horse of the Year – Old Buck.

Claimer of the Year – shadow dreamer

Ontario Hockey League Exhibition

Guelph Storm 7 Mississauga Steelheads 6
Sarnia Sting 6 Windsor Spitfires 3

Preseason 0 & 2 Owen Sound Attack will be in Sudbury on Friday night and then play their first preseason home game on Saturday night when they receive Barrie.

Cottage Cup hockey tournament

Hosted by the Collingwood Blues

at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena


Ottawa Jr. Senators 3 North York Rangers 2 (OT)

Weekend results

Saturday, September 18, 2021,

Ottawa Jr. Senators 3 Collingwood Blues 0
Navan Grads 5 Cobourg Cougars 1
Ottawa Jr. Senators 3 Trenton Golden Hawks 2
Cobourg Cougars 5 North York Rangers 0
Collingwood Blues 6 Trenton Golden Hawks 2
Navan Grads 4 North York Rangers 1

Sunday, September 19, 2021,

Quarter finals

Trenton Golden Hawks 2 Cobourg Cougars 1
North York Rangers 3 Collingwood Blues 1


Ottawa Jr. Senators 3 Trenton Golden Hawks 0
North York Rangers 4 Navan Grads 0

Cottage Cup Final

Ottawa Jr. Senators 3 North York Rangers 2 (OT)

WOAA exhibition hockey

at the mountain forest

Shelburne Muskies 7 Creemore Coyotes 5


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