In celebration of Canada Day, Kraft Canada and TSN today revealed the Top 10 winning communities for this years Kraft Celebration Tour(#KCT), which helps Canadians build better places to play. . Each Top 10 winner receives $25,000 towards their community project, plus for the first time, a chance to take home a total of $100,000 as decided by Canadians over two days of online voting July 21-22 (see below for more details). All winners will also host a live broadcast of Canadas #1 sports news program, TSNs SPORTSCENTRE, as part of this summers cross-country tour from August 15-24. Top 10 Winners The Top 10 winning communities and Kraft Celebration Tour dates are as follows (click on each community to read more about their community project): Outdoor skating rink – Montebello, Que. – Friday, Aug. 15 Community boathouse – Nanaimo, B.C. – Saturday, Aug. 16 Youth activity centre and skate park – St. Andrews, N.B. – Sunday, Aug. 17 Barrhead Curling Club – Barrhead, Alta. – Monday, Aug. 18 Springhill Lions Park – Springhill, N.S. – Tuesday, Aug. 19 Kinsmen Water Park – Prince Albert, Sask. – Wednesday, Aug. 20 Birchwood Field – Charlottetown, P.E.I. – Thursday, Aug. 21 Holland Recreation Committee – Holland, Man. – Friday, Aug. 22 Gander Community Tennis Association – Gander , N.L.. – Saturday, Aug. 23 The Miracle League of Ottawa – Ottawa, Ont. – Sunday, Aug. 24 “Were inspired by each of these Top 10 communities and how they demonstrate their passion and commitment to building better places to play. Were very proud to partner with them to create Kraft Celebration Tour legacies that will live on forever,” said Jack Hewitt, Vice President, Consumer Insights and Portfolio Marketing, Kraft Canada. “We cant wait to hit the road with TSN – from Gander to Nanaimo – to celebrate with the Top 10 by raising a cup of Maxwell House and letting our fun out with KD.” “The Kraft Celebration Tour is a tremendous source of pride for all of us at TSN. As Canadas Sports Leader we are devoted to bringing sports to Canadians, and there is nothing quite as rewarding than partnering with Kraft Canada to encourage active living,” said Stewart Johnston, President of TSN. “For the sixth summer in a row, we look forward to having SPORTSCENTRE hit the road and uniting Darren, Jennifer, Kate, and Nabil with TSN fans across Canada.” Leading the on-the-road SPORTSCENTRE editions on the West side are anchors Darren Dutchyshen and Kate Beirness. The Eastern leg of the Kraft Celebration Tour is led by anchors Jennifer Hedger and Nabil Karim, the Toursnewest recruit. RDS joins the Kraft Celebration Tour festivities in Québec, with Luc Bellemare, Michel Laprise and Geneviève Langlois hosting a live broadcast of SPORTS 30 LE MAGAZINE from Montebello, Que. Whats Next The Top 10 winning communities will go head-to-head in an online voting battle to determine which community will win the grand prize of $100,000 in total On July 21 and July 22, its up to Canada to decide the grand prize winner by casting a vote on kraftcelebrationtour.ca The grand prize winner will be announced on SPORTSCENTRE on August 25 – the day after the final Kraft Celebration Tour stop . Huntelaar also had a penalty saved by Wolfsburg goalkeeper Diego Benaglio. The two goals brought Huntelaars total for the season to 18, level with Bayern Munichs Mario Gomez for most in the league. . A police inspector told The Associated Press the crane operator is not yet suspected of any wrongdoing but is considered a key witness to the accident at the Arena Corinthians. . -- Blake Griffin scored 32 points and grabbed eight rebounds, DeAndre Jordan had 14 points and 22 rebounds and the Los Angeles Clippers outlasted the Golden State Warriors 98-96 on Thursday night to take a 2-1 lead in their first-round series.SAN FRANCISCO -- As fans filed out of AT&T Park and into a sunny San Francisco afternoon, they serenaded the home team with chants of "Sweep! Sweep! Sweep!" The tune has become a familiar sound here this season -- and its only June. Gregor Blanco doubled, singled and drove in three runs, and the surging San Francisco Giants beat the New York Mets 6-4 on Sunday for their fifth straight win. "Theres nothing I can complain about," manager Bruce Bochy said. The Giants completed their fourth sweep of the season. Theyve won 14 of 17 games to build baseballs best record at 42-21, and they own a 9 1/2 game lead over the rival Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West. Even those on the 2012 and 2010 World Series teams cant remember a regular-season roll like this. "Were going to ride it out, ride the wave," said Tim Lincecum, who allowed two home runs to Curtis Granderson in six innings. "Its fun to be a part of." San Francisco has done it behind a deeper lineup, which was evident again in its latest victory. Blanco gave Angel Pagan a day off in centre field. Hector Sanchez started at catcher for All-Star Buster Posey. Off-season addition Michael Morse played first base for Brandon Belt, who is on the disabled list with a broken left thumb. And Brandon Hicks started at second base, as he has most of the season for the injured Marco Scutaro. Morse, Hicks and Brandon Crawford each drove in a run for the Giants, who chased Zack Wheeler in the fourth. Wheeler (2-6) gave up four runs and six hits. "The club is getting contributions from everybody," Bochy said. "Last year, it seemed like your hope is through the heart of the order and then you have to wait for them to come back around." Grandersons two long balls provided the biggest highlights for the Mets, who have lost a season-high six straight. Lincecum (5-4) allowed six hits, struck out six and walked one in six innings. Four relievers held the Mets to one run in two innings before Sergio Romo recorded his 20th save in 22 chances. "Its tough to keeep losing by one or two runs," Wheeler said. . "But were at least keeping them close and on the edge of winning games by one or two runs." The Giants overcame deficits against the mistake-prone Mets in all three games. Following the pattern that played out all weekend, Granderson drove a 3-0 pitch over the wall in centre to give New York a 2-0 lead in the first. He hit his eighth homer of the season in the sixth and doubled in the eighth. The Mets might have scored more if Matt den Dekker had not been caught stealing third in the first. Blancos two-run double capped a three-run second for the Giants. Morse drove in another run to give San Francisco a 4-2 lead when he grounded into a double play in the third. "We do have confidence," Blanco said. "Anytime we see ourselves losing a game, for some reason, we step it up. For some reason, we get mad and things start happening." Lincecum singled in the fourth for his first hit of the year. That also ended the afternoon for Wheeler, who gave up four runs and six hits in 3 2-3 innings. He struck out six and walked two. Granderson started to bring the Mets back with a solo shot over the wall in right and into McCovey Cove in the sixth. It was his 15th multihomer game and first since Oct. 3, 2012, while playing with the Yankees against Boston. After Blancos RBI single in the seventh, Granderson doubled in the eighth, putting Daniel Murphy in position to score from third on Jean Machis wild pitch. Machi got Chris Young to fly out with Granderson on third to keep the Giants ahead. Brandon Hicks singled home another run for San Francisco in the eighth. NOTES: Mets 3B David Wright was out of the starting lineup for the first time all season. He struck out as a pinch-hitter in the seventh. ... San Francisco opens a four-game home series against Washington on Monday, sending Ryan Vogelsong (4-2, 3.39 ERA) to the mound opposite Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg (5-4, 3.10). ... The Mets have Monday off before beginning a three-game series against Milwaukee on Tuesday in New York. ' ' '