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Aug 29, 2020

Friday, August 28
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At Cairns Field, the Pirates rallied from a 3-1 deficit by scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to nip the Angels 4-3 and claim their first “B” division championship.  Jesse Rogalski had a walk-off single to score the winning run.  Jeremy Macdougal picked up the win in relief of Vince Shivak.

Wednesday, August 26
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At Cairns Field, the Angels advanced to the "B" division final with a 5-2 victory over the Bisons.  Nolan Regier pitched five innings to earn the win, while Kyle McCarty came on to record the save.  Ben Hall and Kyle Bregenser each had a pair of RBI for the Angels.  This sets up a Pirates-Angels final for the third year in a row, beginning Friday night at Cairns Field at 9:00 p.m.

Tuesday, August 25
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At Cairns Field, the Rangers spotted the Brewers an early 4-0 lead, then stormed back to win 10-4 to claim their third league championship in a row.  Cory Hall went the distance for the win, while Brad Hutchinson got the key base hit to drive in the winning runs.  Congratulations to the Rangers on their well-deserved win!!!

Monday, August 24
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At Leakos, the Bisons blanked the Sabres 8-0, with Maverick Gusikoski picking up the shutout.  Riley Lehmann had 3 RBI.  The Bisons will advance to play the Angels Wednesday nights at Cairns.

Sunday, August 23
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At Leakos, the Brewers scored six runs in the sixth inning to come back and defeat the Thunder 9-6.  Dan Holmes and Taylor Robb each had two-run doubles to key the rally.  Josh Brown pitched four innings to earn the win.  The Brewers advance to play the Rangers in game 1 of the final Tuesday at Cairns at 9:00.

At Dief, the Pirates defeated the Angels 10-1 to advance to the “B” division final.  Jeremy Macdougal was the winning pitcher.  Matt Lofstrom had a 3-run homer for the Pirates.  Bobby Hill also had 3 ribbies.

At Stonebridge North, the Sabres and Bisons tied 6-6 after nine innings, and will need to replay the game tomorrow at Leakos.  The winner of that contest will face the Angels Wednesday at Cairns at 9:00 p.m.

Friday, August 21
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At Stonebridge South, the Bisons blanked the Expos 10-0, as Maverick Gusikoski threw a no-hitter.  The Bisons advance to play the Sabres Sunday night at Stonebridge North.

At Dief, the Sabres downed the Sluggers 8-6.

At Stonebridge North, the Cardinals defeated the Reds 13-0 in the “B” consolation final.  Bill Sutherland pitched a no-hitter over five innings for the Cards.

Thursday, August 20
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At Leakos, in a game that lasted only 80 minutes, the Thunder eliminated Northeast by a score of 2-1.  Tom Bollefer was the winning pitcher, giving up only two hits.  The Thunder advance to play the Brewers Sunday at Leakos at 5:30.

At Dief, the hits came early and often as the Rangers scored nine runs in the first inning on their way to a 18-8 victory over the Brewers.  Mike Henschel was the winning pitcher.  Lyndon Thomas homered for the Rangers, and Dave Pura contributed four hits.  For the Brewers, Kyle Gregoire homered and Dan Holmes had four hits.  The Rangers advance to the finals on Tuesday at 9:00 at Cairns Field.

Wednesday, August 19
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At Leakos, the Expos took a 5-1 lead into the final inning, then held off a furious Cannons rally to claim the 5-4 victory.  The Cannons rally ended with the tying run on third base.  Darrien Pellerin went the distance to earn the win, which advances the Expos to a Friday matchup with the Bisons.  The loss eliminates the Cannons.

Tuesday, August 18
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At Dief, Northeast broke out to a 7-1 third inning lead, and held on to eliminate the Armadillos by a score of 7-4.  Nick Enns went the distance to earn the win, while the Melfort crew of Kalen Senecal and Tyler Jones led the way offensively.  Northeast will advance to play the Thunder on Thursday at Leakos.

At Leakos, the Thunder defeated the Royals 4-3.  Colin Pylypow went 6 2/3 innings for the win, with Tom Bollefer coming on for a one-pitch save.  Trent Pernitsky had the game winning RBI.

Monday, August 17
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The Expos and Cannons played to a 2-2 eight inning tie at Stonebridge North, before the game was called due to darkness.  The game will be replayed in its entirety on Wednesday.  I will send out a complete revised schedule in the morning, as this pushes back a couple of games in the “B” division.  Please check the playoff bracket on this site for updated schedules.

At Dief, the Angels blanked the Bisons 10-0 to advance to the “A” side final against the Pirates on Sunday.  Jason Blommaert went the distance for the win, striking out 8 along the way.  Jacob Hall and Ben Copeland each had three hits for the Angels.

At Stonebridge South, the Sluggers edged the Hanley Sox 8-7.  Shane Trakalo was the winning pitcher.  Erik Trakalo had two hits and 5 RBI for the Sluggers, who now advance to play the Sabres on Friday.  The loss eliminates Hanley.

At Leakos, the Pirates scored five runs in the fourth inning on their way to a 10-2 victory over the Sabres.  Vince Shivak picked up the win.





Congrats to the Saskatoon Sportsmen, who swept a double header at Currie Field in Regina on the weekend.  The Sportsmen won the first game 8-6, with Bill Sutherland picking up the win and Warren Gherasim going 3 for 3 at the plate.    In the second game, the Sportsmen prevailed 6-4 in extra innings, as Brian Peters picked up the win in relief.  Key hits by Brennan Dunbar and Scott Arthur contributed to the win. 

Sunday , August 16
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At Dief, it was a great pitchers’ duel between  the Rangers Cory Hall and the Armadillos Karsten Strelioff that remained scoreless until the bottom of the fourth . The Rangers eventually prevailed 4-2.  Hall went the distance for the win, while Justin Whiteside’s two run double proved to be the difference .The Rangers will advance to play the Brewers Thursday at Dief.

At Leakos, the Brewers blanked the Royals 15-0, behind a one-hitter from Josh Brown.  Taylor Robb had four hits and scored four runs for the Brewers.

At Stonebridge South, Northeast nipped the Rhinos 3-2 behind a complete game from Logan Fast.  Northeast will advance to play the Armadillos Tuesday at Dief.  The Rhinos are eliminated.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder eliminated the Selects with a 16-8 victory.  Tom Bollefer picked up the win in relief.  Jordan Gerwing had 3 hits and 6 RBI.  The Thunder advance to play the Royals Tuesday at Leakos.

Friday, August 14
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At Leakos, the Angels blanked Hanley 13-0.  Nolan Regier was the winning pitcher, while Dan Fortosky and Kyle Bregenser each had three hits.  The Angels will now face the Bisons on Monday night, while Hanley will take on the Sluggers in an elimination game on Monday.

At Dief, the Bisons defeated the Sandlot Sluggers 12-7.  Adam Olchowski picked up the win, with Jason McCrea coming on in relief.  Colin Olchowski homered for the Bisons.

Thursday, August 13
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At Leakos, the Brewers spotted Northeast a five run first inning lead, then fought back to win 11-10.  Brady Fornwald had a bases loaded walk-off walk in the bottom of the seventh for the winning run.  Matt Schule was the winning pitcher. The Brewers will now face the Royals Sunday night at Leakos, while Northeast will take on the Rhinos in an elimination game.

At Dief, the Rangers defeated the Selects 14-5.  Mike Henschel pitched six innings for the win, while Evan Froc led the way offensively with four hits and 4 RBI.  The Rangers will play the Armadillos on Sunday night at Dief, while the Selects will face the Thunder Sunday at Stonebridge in an elimination game.

Wednesday, August 12
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At Dief, the Pirates downed the Cannons 5-3, as Vince Shivak pitched six strong innings for the win before Jesse Rogalski came on to record the save.  Bobby Hill homered for the Pirates.  The Pirates will face the Sabres on Monday at Leakos, while the Cannons will play the Expos.

At Leakos, the Sabres defeated the Expos 14-11.  Liam Redden was the winning pitcher, with James Owens picking up the save.  Kyle Beal had 3 hits to lead the way for the Sabres.

Tuesday, August 11
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Opening night of playoffs on a beautiful evening:

At Leakos, the Armadillos scored four runs in the third inning and hung on to defeat the Thunder 5-3.  Hoss Mukanik went the distance to earn the win.  The Armadillos will play the winner of the Rangers-Selects game on Sunday night, while the Thunder will take on the loser on Sunday.

At Dief, the Royals defeated the Rhinos 6-3, behind a complete game from Darren Johnson.  C.J. Galvas and Ryan Meyers each had a pair of RBI for the Royals.  The Royals will advance to play the winner of the Brewers-Northeast contest Sunday night, while the Rhinos will play the loser.



Playoff Update:
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Here is the playoff schedule for the week.  Please remember all games are at 6:15

Tuesday, August 11
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(4) Thunder vs. (5) Armadillos at Leakos
(2) Royals vs. (7) Rhinos at Dief

Wednesday, August 12
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(4) Cannons vs. (5) Pirates at Dief
(1) Sabres vs. (8) Expos at Leakos

Thursday, August 13
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(3) Brewers vs. (6) Northeast at Leakos
(1) Rangers vs. (8) Selects at Dief

Friday, August 14
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(2) Angels vs. (7) Hanley at Leakos
(3) Bisons vs. (6) Sandlot Sluggers at Dief

Monday, August 10
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At Stonebridge North, in what was effectively a playoff play-in game, Hanley got past the Cardinals 7-5 to earn the 7 seed in playoffs.  Conor Prosofsky got the win, while Tyler Zdunich picked up the save.

At Leakos, the Expos fought back from a 8-3 deficit to tie the Angels 8-8.  With the tie, the Expos earned the 8 seed in the playoffs.

At Dief, the Thunder rolled past the Rhinos 14-4.  Trent Pernitsky was the winning pitcher.  Tony St. Armand homered for the Thunder.


Sunday, August 9
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At Leakos, Northeast split their double header, defeating the Rhinos 7-5 in the opener before dropping the nightcap 7-6 to the Armadillos.  Karsten Strelioff went the distance for the win for the Armadillos.

At Stonebridge North, the Cannons downed the Sabres 3-1.  Craig Killshaw pitched a complete game two hitter for the Cannons, striking out eight.

At Dief, the Brewers clinched the 3 seed in the “A” division with a 7-6 victory over the Selects.  The Brewers scorned four runs in the bottom of the sixth, with Taylor Robb driving in the tying and winning runs.  Owen Knight threw five innings for the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Pirates defeated the Cubs 11-2.  Ryan Woodley was the winning pitcher.

Friday, August 7
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At Stonebridge South, the Cardinals kept their late playoff push alive, winning their fourth in the last five games with a 8-5 victory over the Sandlot Sluggers.  Derek Marshall pitched into the fifth inning to earn the win, while Jack Gherasim came on to record the save.

At Dief, the Sabres clinched the top seed in the “B” division by nipping the Pirates 3-2. James Owens went the distance to earn the win, striking out 9 along the way.

At Stonebridge North, the Bisons downed the Expos 14-3.  Riley Lehmann picked up the complete game win, while Paul Huls had 3 hits for the Bisons.

At Leakos, the Angels blanked the Cubs 10-0 as Matt Fellwock and Jason Blommaert combined for the shutout.  Jody Hauta and Trent Maclean each had two hits for the Angels.



Thursday, August 6
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At Stonebridge North, the Armadillos downed the Rangers 11-1, as Chad Mukanik picked up the win, with Karsten Strelioff pitching the final 3 innings in relief.  The Rangers have clinched the top seed in the “A” division and will play the 8 seed Tuesday at Dief in game 1 of the playoff tournament.

At Stonebridge South, the Rhinos blanked the Royals 13-0, as Branden Miller went the distance to earn the win.  Dalys Buck and Ryan Usher each had three hits for the winners.  The Royals have clinched the two seed in the “A” division and will meet the 7 seed at Stonebridge North on Tuesday.

At Leakos, the Thunder and Selects played an extra inning, but their game ended in the first tie of the season, a 4-4 final score.  This throws the seedlings in the “A” division into a real mess, as two points separates fourth place from eighth entering the final weekend of the regular season.


At Dief, the Cannons edged the Skunks 5-4.  Devin Collins earned the win with a complete game.

Wednesday, August 6
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At Dief, the Angels blanked the Reds 11-0, with Nolan Regier throwing a complete game.  Matt Fellwock and Kyle McCarty each had three hits.

At Leakos, the Pirates edged the Bisons 9-8.  Jesse Rogalski picked up the win with six innings of relief.

At Stonebridge North, the Cannons downed Hanley 13-3.



Tuesday, August 5
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At Dief, the Angels blanked the Reds 11-0.  Nolan Regier pitched the complete game, with six strikeouts while Matt Fellwock and Kyle McCarty each had three hits.

At Leakos, the Pirates edged the Bisons 9-8.  Jesse Rogalski earned the win with six strong innings of relief.

At Stonebridge North, the Cannons defeated Hanley 13-3.  Reed Boles threw a complete game, while Devin Collins went 3 for 3 with 3 RBI.

Monday, August 4
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At Dief, the Rhinos defeated the Armadillos 8-3, as Ryan Usher went the distance to earn the win.  Blair Jones went 4 for 4 and Dalys Buck had two hits in his first game of the year.

At Leakos, the Rangers downed the Royals 7-2.  Mike Henschel picked up the complete game victory, while Andy Pawlovich went 3 for 3 with 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge South the Cardinals topped the Cubs 17-5.  Derek Marshall homered for the Cardinals, and threw a complete game to earn the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Brewers silenced the Thunder 10-1, behind a complete game gem from Matt Schule.  Josh Brown scored four runs and Taylor Robb had 3 RBI to lead the way for the Brewers.

Thursday, July 30
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At Stonebridge South, the Brewers scored four runs in the first inning on their way to a 12-2 victory over the Armadillos.  Josh Brown went the distance for the win,

At Dief, the Sluggers downed the Expos 12-5.  Shane Trakalo had 12 strikeouts to record the win, while Ben Peters went 4 for 4 and scored three runs.

At Leakos, the Sabres edged the Cardinals 10-9, on the strength of Caleb Williams” walk-off single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh.  Liam Redden picked up the win with four innings of relief.

At Stonebridge North, the Skunks downed the Reds 8-5, scoring seven runs in the fourth inning.  Maykel Pelayo Mendizabal was the winning pitcher, with Yuniel Valdes coming on to record the save.
 
Wednesday, July 29
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At Stonebridge North, the Rhinos hung on to defeat the Thunder 8-6 behind the strong arm of Michael Martin.  Zach Marshall came on for the save.  Grant Alexander provided the big blow offensively with a 3-run inside the park homer.

At Stonebridge South, the Rangers beat the Selects 11-1, as Mike Henschel went the distance for the win.  Dave Pura had 3 hits for the Rangers.

At Dief, the Bisons downed the Cannons 18-7.  Riley Welter picked up the win, while Curtis Sibley had four hits and five RBI.

At Leakos, the Hanley Sox defeated the Cubs 12-8.  Conor Prosofsky was the winning pitcher and also added an inside the park home run.

Tuesday, July 28
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At Leakos, the Thunder eked out a 6-5 win over the Armadillos.  Tom Bollefer picked up the win with 3 1/3 innings of relief.  Tony St. Amand went 2 for 3 with a two run triple providing the key blow.

At Dief, the Royals reversed a 9-7 deficit, scoring nine runs in the top of the seventh inning to defeat the Brewers 16-11.  Darren Johnson was the winning pitcher.

At Stonebridge North, the Bisons doubled the Sluggers 6-3.  Adam Olchowski was the winning pitcher, with Jason McCrea coming on to record the save.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels downed the Pirates 13-3.  Jason Blommaert pitched five innings for the win, while Dan Fortosky, Jacob Hall and Russ Schneider each contributed three hits.

Monday, July 27
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At Stonebridge South, in a back and forth affair, the Selects hung on to defeat the Rhinos 10-9.

At Dief, the Sluggers downed the Reds 12-2, as Austin Trakalo pitched all five innings to earn the win, striking out nine.  Alex Osczevski had two doubles and a triple, and drove in five runs.

At Leakos, the Cardinals defeated the Cannons 9-5, as veteran Bill Sutherland pitched five innings to earn the win,  Derek Marshall came on to record the save.  Shawn Guskoski had a two-run triple for the Cardinals.

At Stonebridge North, the Sabres beat Hanley 4-3.

Sunday, July 26
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At Leakos, the Royals nipped the Armadillos 5-4, as Kirkland Chalus went the distance for the Royals, striking out 13 along the way.

At Dief, Northeast won the first game of their triple header 12-2 over the Thunder.  Tyler Jones had a complete game win, while Tanner Kirkland and Karen Senecal homered for the Red Sox.

In the afternoon double header, the Rangers swept Northeast, winning the opener 4-0 behind Corey Hall’s second straight shutout.  Garret Olver had a pair of RBI for the Rangers.  In the night game, the Rangers prevailed 4-2 in three extra innings on the back of a walk-off home run from Corey Hall and strong pitching from Josh Cote and Aaron Smith.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons blanked the Skunks 9-0.  Maverick Gusikoski threw a complete game and also hit an inside the park home run.

At Stonebridge North, the Expos defeated the PIrates 3-2.  Darrien Pellerin went five strong innings for the win.

Friday, July 24
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At Leakos, the Expos edged the Reds 4-3. Maclean Nelson pitched six strong innings for the win, and led the offense with three hits and three runs. Jesse Larocque came on to record the save.  

At Stonebridge North, the Sabres defeated the Cubs 11-1.  James Owens went six innings for the win, striking out 8 along the way.  Jarred Stratechuk had a double and triple, with Byron Miller picking up three hits for the winners.

At Dief, the Skunks came back to nip the Sluggers 8-7, as Yuniel Valdes picked up the win in relief.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels dumped Hanley 20-7.  Kyle McCarty picked up the win, while Jason Blommaert and Russ Schneider each had 5 RBI.  I was told that Todd Bergstressor struck out four times and committed three errors for the Angels to help keep Hanley in the game.  Justin Englot and Tyler Zdunich each hit inside the park home runs for Hanley, while Tanner Zdunich hit one over the fence in the losing cause.

Thursday, July 23
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In a close, spirited game at Stonebridge South, the Armadillos edged the Brewers 6-5 in eight innings.  Armadillos rookie pitcher James Matchett was one out away from the win when the Brewers’ Dan Holmes singled in the tying run in the seventh inning.  In the eighth, Shawn Vereschagin led off with a single, and Chad Mukanik drove him in with the game winning RBI.  Karsten Strelioff picked up the vulture win in relief.

At Stonebridge North, the Royals blanked the Selects 10-0.  Blaine Lamontagne pitched five innings for the win,

At Dief, the Cardinals picked up their first win with a 7-6 victory over the Pirates, with Derek Marshall picking up the complete game win.  The Cards scored five runs in the fifth inning, with Kyle Rathgeber’s two-run double the key blow.

At Leakos, the Rangers downed the Rhinos 13-7.  Patrick Machibroda earned the complete game win.  Jesse Renneberg had a pair of hits and two RBI for the Rangers.

Wednesday, July 22
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At Leakos, the Bisons downed the Sabres 12-1.  Adam Olchowski pitched a 3-hitter for the win, while Jason McCrea homered for the Bisons.

At Stonebridge North, the Cubs outslugged the Skunks 12-10. Cole Kirkham picked up the win in relief, while Scott Breckner led the way offensively with 3 hits and 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Sluggers doubled the Expos 22-11.  Alex Osczevski was the winning pitcher.  Austin Trakalo had 8 RBI for the Sluggers.

At Dief, the Hanley Sox defeated the Reds 8-6, as Tyler Zdunich went the distance for the win.

Tuesday, July 21
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At Stonebridge South, former Brewer Colin Pylypow threw a gem for the Thunder against his former mates, but came out on the short end of a 2-1 Brewer victory.  Brady Fornwald went the distance for the Brewers.  Newcomer Josh Brown had three hits including the game winning RBI.

At Leakos, the Pirates blanked the Sandlot Sluggers 10-0.  Jeremy Macdougal was the winning pitcher, while Teagan Koehler got beaned three times and scored each time.

At Dief, the Royals defeated the Selects 8-1.  Darren Johnson picked up the complete game win, while Keegan Carpenter was 4 for 4 with two doubles.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels downed the Cannons 4-0.  Nolan Regier pitched a complete game 3-hitter, striking out 8 for the Angels.  Tanner Baht and Kyle Bregenser each had two RBI.


Monday, July 20
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At Dief, the Armadillos scored all seven of their runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Rhinos 7-5.  Chad Mukanik went the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Expos also scored seven runs in the sixth inning on their way to a 9-4 victory over the Cardinals.

At Stonebridge North, the Sabres overpowered the Reds 24-8.  James Owens went 3 for 3 with a double and 4 RBI.

At Leakos, the Hanley Sox edged the Skunks 4-3, with Conor Prosofsky earning the complete game win.

Sunday, July 19
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At Stonebridge South, the Rangers beat the Thunder 11-2 behind the rubber arm of Mike Henschel, who threw is second complete game in four days.  Lyndon Thomas homered for the Rangers, while Garrett Olver and Aaron Smith each went 3 for 4 with a pair of RBI.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels downed the Bisons 9-1, with Kyle McCarty pitching four innings and fanning 8.  Jason Blommaert had 3 RBI for the Angels, while Jody Hauta had two.

At Dief, the Cannons remained unbeaten with a 17-2 victory over the Cubs.  Craig Killshaw threw six strong innings for the win.

At Leakos, Northeast swept their double header, beating the Selects 11-9 in the opener and getting great pitching from Nick Enns and Logan Fast to defeat the Brewers 9-2 in the nightcap.

Friday, July 17
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At Dief, the Royals blanked the Rangers 1-0, with Mac Lamontagne twirling the complete game shutout.  Keegan Carpenter had the game’s only RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Sabres downed Hanley 13-6.  Liam Redden picked up his first SMBL win with five innings of quality work.  Jarred Stratechuk went 2 for 3 with a homer and 4 RBI for the Sabres.

At Stonebridge North, the Skunks shut out the Expos 10-0.  Yuniel Valdes pitched a three-hitter for the win.

At Leakos, the Angels defeated the Sandlot Sluggers 13-1.  Jason Blommaert struck 11 in the winning effort, while Russ Schneider had 3 hits, including a homer.

Thursday, July 16
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At Leakos, the Brewers jumped out to an early lead on their way to an 11-1 victory over the Rhinos.  Matt Schule pitched five innings of 3-hits ball while AJ Speir had 5 RBI for the Crew.

At Dief, the Bisons downed the Cubs 13-1.  Maverick Gusikoski pitched a 2-hitter, and Jason McCrea homered for the Bisons.

At Stonebridge North, the Reds defeated the Cardinals 8-3.

At Stonebridge South, the Pirates scored eight runs in the fifth inning to defeat the Hanley Sox 15-6.

Wednesday, July 15
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At Stonebridge North, the Rangers remained unbeaten by defeating the Selects 8-3.  Mike Henschel went the distance to earn the win, while Dave Pura picked up three hits to lead the way offensively.

At Stonebridge South, the Armadillos outlasted the Thunder 12-10.  James Matchett picked up his first SMBL win, while Karsten Strelioff earned the save.  Strelioff also had 4 hits and scored three runs.  Sheldon Parenteau had the game-winning two run triple in the bottom of the sixth.

At Dief, the Cannons doubled the Expos 12-6.  Devon Collins was the winning pitcher, with Mike Boles adding two innings of solid relief.

At Leakos, the Sabres downed the Sandlot Sluggers 15-10.




Tuesday, July 14
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Well, it was a soggy night, but all games got played.........

At Leakos, the Skunks defeated the Cardinals 9-7.  Maykel Pelayo was the winning pitcher.

At Dief, the Pirates downed the Reds 5-1 with Jeremy Macdougal going the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Royals went to extra innings for the third game in a row.  This time, Ryan Meyers hit a walk-off sacrifice fly to give the Royals a 5-4 win over the Brewers.  Kirkland Chalus earned the win in relief of Riley Carl.

At Stonebridge South, the Cubs held off a 4-run Angels rally in the final inning to preserve a 10-9 victory.  Colby Schemenauer was the winning pitcher.

Monday, July 13
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At Stonebridge South, the Cannons outlasted the Bisons 14-12, with Brad Moisan picking up 5 RBI.  Andrew Mievre was the winning pitcher.

At Stonebridge North, the Sandlot Sluggers edged the Hanley Sox 7-6, as Cody Hudym had a two-run walk-off double.  Theo Cory was the winning pitcher, with two scoreless innings of relief.

At Leakos, the Thunder downed the Selects 9-2.  Mack Desautels pitched five innings to earn the win, while Jordan Gerwing went 4 for 4 with 6 RBI.

At Dief, the Sabres blanked the Expos 10-0, as Kyle Cousins and Justen Tehse combined for the shutout.

Sunday, July 12
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In the early game at Stonebridge South, the Rhinos defeated Northeast 10-4 behind a solid pitching performance from Ryan Usher.

After that, Northeast was scheduled for a 5-inning twin bill with the Royals, but both games wound up going into extra innings.......In the opener, Northeast came back from a 3-1 deficit to nip the Royals 6-5 in one extra inning.  Nick Enns pitched five innings, and hit a sacrifice fly in the 6th to score Tyler Jones after a leadoff triple.  In the nightcap, Darren Johnson pitched 8 strong innings for the win as the Royals defeated Northeast 7-6 in three extra innings.  Evan “Cobra” Huslage had the walk-off hit for the Royals.

At Leakos, the Cubs downed the Reds 15-4.  Cole Kirkham pitched six innings for the complete game win.

At Dief, the Angels beat the Skunks 11-3.  Jason Blommaert went the distance for the win, striking out 13 along the way.  Kyle Bregenser went 2 for 4 with a homer and 4 RBI.

At Stonebridge North, the Rangers’ Cory Hall threw a no-hitter in his SMBL debut as the Rangers blanked the Armadillos 10-0.  Brad Hutchinson had a couple hits and 3 RBI for the Rangers.

Friday, July 10
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At Dief, the Brewers downed the Selects 12-2, as ageless wonder Lionel Redden picked up the win, with some relief from Josh Brown.  The Brewers’ Brady Fornwald hit the league’s first homer of the season, a two-run shot.

At Stonebridge North, the Sabres defeated the Angels 6-2.  Jonah Ginther was the winning pitcher in his SMBL debut, while Ben Harrison picked up the save.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons dealt the Cards a 4-3 loss, as Jayden Huls picked up a complete game victory in his SMBL debut.

At Leakos, in another well pitched game by both teams, the Cannons doubled the Pirates 4-2.  Tyler McWillie was the winning pitcher, with Josh Kerpan earning the save.  Carson George had a pair of RBI for the Cannons.

Thursday, July 9
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At Stonebridge North, the Pirates defeated the Skunks 12-1, as Vince Shivak picked up the win.  Mark Charmbury had 3 RBI and Jon Fenske had 2 to lead the offensive charge for the Pirates.

At Stonebridge South, the Expos downed the Cubs 13-3.

At Leakos, the Royals beat the Armadillos 11-1.

The game at Dief was postponed due to wet grounds.

Wednesday, July 8
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The Cannons outlasted the Sandlot Sluggers 9-8 at Stonebridge South.  Josh Kerpan pitched four innings of relief to pick up the win, while Jeff Clarke had four RBI for the Cannons.

At Stonebridge North, the Bisons downed the Reds 14-4.  Riley Walter went the distance to earn the win.

The games at Leakos and Dief were postponed due to wet grounds.

Tuesday, July 7
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At Stonebridge South, the Selects pitching was dominant for the second night in a row, as Evan Latos made his return to the SMBL with a complete game gem, striking out 11 Rhinos on the way to a 6-1 Selects win.  Darryl Shutra had three hits to lead the way offensively.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder rolled to their second victory with a 2-0 shutout over the Royals.  Jaxon Raffey and Tom Bollefer combined to limit the Royals to three hits, while Evan Crowe went 2 for 2 and scored both Thunder runs.

At Leakos, the Rangers also picked up their second win, as newcomer Aaron Smith threw five shutout innings of 2-hit ball to pick up the W..  Johnny Equino went 2 for 2 with three RBI.

At Dief, the Sabres defeated the Skunks 8-0.  Jared Stratechuk picked up the win, throwing four shutout innings with 9 strikeouts, while Liam Redden earned the three inning save in his first SMBL game.  Andy Mitchell went 3 for 3 with four RBI.

Monday, July 6
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At Leakos, the Bisons defeated Hanley 11-4.  Adam Olchowski went the distance for the win, striking out nine along the way.

At Stonebridge South, the Cannons beat the Reds 10-3, as Mike Hertz struck out 7 in the complete game victory.

At Stonebridge North, the Pirates defeated the Cardinals 8-6.  Jeremy MacDougal was the winning pitcher, while Mark Charmbury paced the offense with 3 RBI.

At Dief, the Selects downed the Armadillos 10-2.  Kody Hartung pitched five innings of no-hit ball to earn the victory.

Sunday, July 5
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At Dief, the Thunder bats were booming, as they downed Northeast 12-0, behind the strong pitching of Colin Pylypow, who went five innings, allowing two hits to earn the win.  Jaxon Raffey finished the game in relief.  Mack Desautels went 4 for 5 with 5 RBI to pace the offense.  

In the night game at Dief, the Rangers defeated Northeast 6-1.  Mike Henschel went five strong for the win, while Mitch Butler picked up the two inning save.  Dave Pura and Brad Hutchinson each picked up a couple of hits for the Rangers, while Aaron Smith scored two runs.

At Stonebridge South, the Sandlot Sluggers rebounded from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Cubs 8-5.  Eric Trakalo picked up the win in relief with 10 strikeouts over four innings.

At Stonebridge North, the Brewers edged the Rhinos 8-6.  Brady Fornwald went four innings for the win, while Owen Knight picked up his first save in the SMBL, stranding runners at 2nd and 3rd in the final inning. Dan Holmes drove in three runs for the Brew Crew.

Finally.........a beautiful Friday night, and the sounds of “Play Ball” were heard ........

Friday, July 3
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At Dief, the Angels defeated the Cardinals 8-1, with Jacob Hall picking up the win.  Russ Schneider went 4 for 4 with 4 RBI to lead the way offensively.

At Stonebridge North, the Hanley Sox downed the Expos 14-3.  The winning pitcher was Connor Prosofsky.  Evan Ashdown had a bases loaded triple.

At Stonebridge South, the Reds overcame a 5-0 deficit to edge the Skunks 7-6.  Taylor Sharp went the distance to pick up the win.


Thursday, July 2 games postponed
Jul 2, 2020

All games tonight are postponed and will be rescheduled.


2020 Season begins July 2
Jun 26, 2020

The 2020 season starts July 2nd.  All players must sign a Covid waiver form before playing their first game.  Your team rep has the form and it must be signed and returned to the league executive prior to playing.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

The regular season will consist of 12 games with 3 rounds of playoffs starting in mid-August.


Lock up procedure
May 26, 2020

There are now rakes at both Stonebridge fields and at Diefenbaker.  They will be unlocked each day when the bases are put

out.  After the game, we are asking the home team to fill in the holes in
the batter’s boxes and on the pitching mound.  When it does rain, the
water pools in those locations and this should help getting games played the
next day.  If the midget teams are practicing in the afternoon, it will
also allow the teams to rake over any problem areas that have occurred. 

The home team needs to lock the boxes & rake up after the game.

Failure to do so will result in a $ 75 fine.


A Couple Quick Links
May 26, 2020