There is only one Devils squad feeling Blue this morning! Ther Wallaceburg Red Devils are up 2-0 in their quarter final series over London, after a thrilling 13-12 overtime victory in Wallaceburg. Red Devils forward Robbie Pollock scored one of his four goals in overtime, which proved to be the winner over the Blue Devils. Pollock added 3 assist for 7 points, Jordan Durston had 2 goals and 5 assists, Clint lamarsh, Reid Miller and Jordan Vandamme all had 2 goals each as well. Wallaceburg can wrap up the series on the road on Friday, when they travel to London for Game 3. That game will get started at 8 p.m.
The Chatham-Kent Cougars had a rough day in Wallaceburg. The Peewee squad was shutout 42-0 by Twin City, while Burlington beat the the Senior Varsity team 33-10.
Local racing news
Saturday’s racing action at South Buxton Raceway was cancelled due to the extreme heat.
Track owner Blake Outhouse made the decision to cancel the racing program at 11 a.m. in the best interest of the drivers, the crews who work on the cars and the fans.Racing will resume next Saturday, July 14 with the Mid-Season Championship Night.
The Jays and Tigers were both winners yesterday
Toronto 11 at 9 Chicago WSox – All homering for Toronto was Edwin Encarnacion (23), Jeff Mathis (5), Kelly Johnson (10), Colby Rasmus (17)
Kansas City 1 at 7 Detroit – Cracking homers for Detroit were Jhonny Peralta (5), Prince Fielder (15), Delmon Young (10)
Tampa Bay 7 at 6 Cleveland
Chicago Cubs 7 at 0 NY Mets
San Francisco 2 at 13 Pittsburgh
Colorado 4 at 3 Washington
Atlanta 4 at 3 Philadelphia
Milwaukee 5 at 3 Houston
Miami 4 at 5 St. Louis
Baltimore 0 at 6 LA Angels
Cincinnati 4 at 2 San Diego
Seattle 1 at 2 Oakland
LA Dodgers 1 at 7 Arizona
Minnesota 3 at 4 Texas
NY Yankees 7 at 3 Boston
Roger Federer beat Andy Murray in four sets yesterday to win his seventh Wimbledon championship. That ties him with Pete Sampras for the most-ever Wimbledon titles. It also extends his own record for men’s career Grand Slam titles to 17. Federer will regain the world number one spot when the new men’s rankings are released this week
Serena Williams won her fifth Wimbledon title on Saturday, beating Agnieszka Radwanska in three sets. It’s her 14th Grand Slam title overall. She’s also the first woman over 30 to win a Grand Slam since Martina Navratilova in 1990.
The Roughriders beat the Eskimos 17-1 – Darian Durant 20/32 203 YDS