Below are a couple of key matchups to watch during the Super Bowl.
The Transcona Nationals, who have now been fielding young football players for 105 years, are the longest running football club in Manitoba.
The Bisons opened the weekend with a 108-76 win on Friday night, and completed the weekend sweep with a 115-91 victory on Saturday.
Beginning in 2026, the FIFA World Cup will feature 48 teams fighting to be on top of the soccer world, instead of the usual 32.
The Bisons won 93-81 on Friday and completed the sweep with an 84-75 win on Saturday.
Progress was made from the previous year, and the team represented the nation well in the final game.
With the win, the Bisons improve to 6-6 in conference play, while the Wesmen fall to 1-11 with the loss
The Jays lineup has been known for containing a lot of power and right hand hitters.
Now, with five straight wins, Manitoba will look to carry their momentum into the second half of Canada West division play.
The University of Manitoba women’s volleyball team defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-1 (15-25, 26-24, 25-20, 26-24), at the Investors Group Athletic Centre on Thursday.