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2019 Playoff Results
Aug 25, 2019

Friday, August 23
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The curtain came down on the 2019 season tonight as the Angels repeated as “B” Division champs, edging the Pirates 2-1 at Cairns Field.       

Congratulations to the Angels and the “A” Division champion Rangers, both winning their second in a row.

Looking forward to the 2020 season already ..... see you next year.

Thursday, August 22
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At Cairns, the Angels forced a third game by defeating the Pirates 15-1.  Jason Blommaert struck out ten in the complete game win, while Dan Fortosky and Russ Schneider each had four RBI.  Huge shout out to the Pirates for tarping the field in order to get this game played.  Game three goes Friday at Cairns at 6:30.

Tuesday, August 20
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At Dief, the Rangers beat the Wombats 11-4 to repeat as “A” Division champs.  Mike Henschel pitched six solid innings for the win, while Tim Hollman led the way offensively with four hits and three runs scored.

At Leakos, the Pirates took game one of the “B” Division final with a 10-2 victory over the Angels.  Jesse Rogalski went the distance for the win.  Dave Fitzsimmons and Ben Flath each had a pair of RBI’s.



Sunday, August 18
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The “B” semi-finals ended in dramatic fashion on two fronts tonight. 
At Dief, the Angels overcame a 8-3 sixth inning deficit to edge the Thunder 9-8.  Jason Blommaert went the distance for the win, with Russ Schneider getting the game-winning RBI.  Mark Severin and Ben Copeland each had three RBI.

At Cairns, the Pirates needed an extra inning to defeat the Bisons 8-7.  Vince Shivak pitched all eight to earn the win.  That sets up a rematch of last year’s division final beginning Tuesday at Leakos.

In the late game at Cairns, the Rangers drew first blood against the Wombats in the “A” final with a 9-8 victory.  Jared Pike had the game winning RBI in the bottom of the sixth inning.  Barrett Taylor got the win in relief, while Pike and Mike Henschel each had three hits.

Friday, August 16
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At Dief, the Angels forced a third game by defeating the Thunder 5-1.  Jacob Hall pitched a complete game for the win.  Jody Hauta had three RBI for the Angels.

Thursday, August 15
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At Cairns Field, the Wombats advanced to the finals with a 7-1 victory over the Armadillos.  Dave Cooke went the distance to earn the win.  Game one against the Rangers will be Sunday at 9:00 at Cairns Field.

At Dief, the Bisons downed the Pirates 4-1 to force a third game in their series.  Nathan Wourms struck out 9 in the win.  Jason McRae homered for the Bisons.

Wednesday, August 14
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At Cairns Field, the Rangers punched their ticket to the finals with a 13-3 win over the Brewers.  Mike Henschel went the distance for the win.  Brady Waldenberg and Dave Pura each had three RBI.

At Dief, the Wombats scored seven runs in the second inning on their way to a 13-3 victory over the Armadillos.  Yunel Ramos was the winning pitcher.  Jared Ooms and Brennan Roach homered in a losing cause for the Armadillos.  Game two is Thursday at Cairns Field at 6:30.

At Leakos, the Thunder drew first blood against the Angels with a 10-6 victory.  Brock Hounsel had three hits and four RBI in the win.  Game two is Friday at Dief.

Tuesday, August 13
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The semi-finals began on two fronts.

In the “A” Division at Dief, the Rangers scored three runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Brewers 7-4.  Bear Taylor picked up the win in relief.  Dustin Emberley’s two out 2-RBI triple in the sixth inning was the winning hit.  Dan Holmes homered for the Brewers.

In the “B” Division at Leakos, the Pirates scored six runs in the first inning on their way to a 9-6 victory over the Bisons.  Jesse Rogalski went the distance to earn the win, while Vince Shivak had 3 RBI.



Monday, August 12
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Round one wrapped up tonight with the Wombats shutting out the Selects in game three of their series.  Calvin Foltz went the distance for the shutout win, while Dave Cooke’s third inning two-run single was the game winning hit.  The Wombats will begin the semi-final on Wednesday at Dief against the Armadillos.

Sunday, August 11
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At Leakos, the Rangers scored three runs in the first inning on their way to a 4-0 victory over the Royals.  Steve-O Pura got the complete game shutout.  The Rangers will advance to the semi-finals against the Selects or Brewers.

At Dief, the Brewers jumped out to a 13-3 lead over the Tigers, then hung on to win 14-11.  Adam Sheppard picked up the win, with Boyd Bergstrom pitching the final two innings for the save.  Brady Fornwald hit a 3-run homer for the Brewers.  Mike Broadfoot homered for the Tigers .  The Brewers will begin the semi final round Tuesday against either the Rangers or Armadillos.

Friday, August 9
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Game two of the “B” Division series tonight on four fronts ........and all ended in sweeps.

At Dief, the Pirates defeated the Reds 14-6.  Vince Shivak was the winning pitcher.  Ben Flath led the offensive attack going 4 for 4 with 4 runs.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons downed the Skunks 13-5.  Adam Olchowski was the winning pitcher.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels claimed a 10-1 victory over the Cardinals.  Nolan Regier went the distance for the win.  Russ Schneider paced the offense with four hits, three RBI and three steals.

At Meadowgreen, the Thunder beat the Skunks 13-8, with Colin Pylypow picking up the complete game win.  Jordan Gerwing went 3 for 4 with a homer and four RBI.

In round two, the Bisons will meet the Pirates, while the Angels will take on the Thunder.


Thursday, August 8
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At Stonebridge South, the Armadillos downed Northeast 12-10 in a wild game to sweep the series.  The Armadillos had a 3 run lead in the bottom of the seventh before Northeast tied it up to force an extra inning.  Drew Atkins had a two-run single in the top of the eighth to provide the margin of victory.  Karsten Strelioff was the winning pitcher with Chad Nixey pitching the eighth to earn the save .

At Stonebridge North, the Royals scored seven runs in the second inning and hung on to defeat the Rangers 7-6 to force a third game of the series.  Darren Johnson pitched 6  2/3 innings of relief for the win, and also had two RBI.

At Leakos, the Wombats defeated the Selects 7-2 to force a game three in their series.  Brett Suchan went the distance to earn the win.

At Dief, the Tigers forced a deciding game in their series by jumping out to a 7-0 lead and holding on to claim a 7-6 victory over the Brewers.  Regan Sproule went five innings for the win, with Austin Nerbas picking up the save.  Sproule also had two hits and an RBI.

Wednesday, August 7
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At Leakos, the Bisons walked off the Skunks 7-6 on a game winning hit from Colin Olchowski.  Jason McRae picked up the win in relief.

At Dief, the Angels downed the Cardinals 6-2 as Jason Blommaert went the distance for the win.  Ben Copeland and Tyler Ollivier each had two RBI for the Angels.

At Stonebridge North, the Pirates defeated the Reds 4-2, scoring two runs in the bottom of the sixth.  Dave Fitzsimmons pitched six innings for the win, with Jesse Rogalski coming on to record the save.  Teagan Koehler drove in two for the Pirates.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder beat the Sabres 7-1.  Mack Desautels went all seven to earn the win, scattering five hits.  Brock Hounsel had a decent game, with a 3-run homer, two triples, a single and five RBI.

Game two in all series will take place Friday.  

NOTE FRIDAY’S GAME BETWEEN THE SABRES AND THUNDER HAS BEEN MOVED TO KATE WAYGOOD DIAMOND ONE DUE TO PROVINCIALS BEING HELD AT LEAKOS.

Tuesday, August 6
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At Dief, the defending champion Rangers got off on the right foot with an 11-1 victory over the Royals.  Mike Henschel pitched all five innings for the win.

At Leakos, the Armadillos downed Northeast 9-4, as Hoss Mukanik went the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Selects defeated the Wombats 15-2 behind the strong pitching of Kody Hartung.

At Stonebridge North, the Brewers came back from a 4-1 deficit to beat the Tigers 7-5, as Brady Fornwald picked up the complete game win, helped out by two double plays from the defence.  Fornwald and Marlow Knight each had two RBI For the Brewers.

Game two in each series will be played Thursday.

Thursday, August 1
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In their final tuneup before the playoffs, the Angels blanked the Skunks 12-0.  Angels pitchers Jacob Hall, Tyler Olivier, Matt Fellwock and Todd Bergstressor combined on a no hitter.  Dan Fortosky led the offence with four RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Selects claimed the six seed by virtue of a 3-2 victory over the Royals.  Trent Kursch went the distance to earn the win.

At Dief, the Thunder defeated the Expos 13-9.

Wednesday, July 31
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At Dief, the Armadillos defeated the Brewers 12-3.  Brandon Hutt was the winning pitcher, with Josh Mattern picking up the three inning save.  Sheldon Parenteau reached base four times for the Armadillos.

At Stonebridge North, the Wombats locked up the 3 seed with a 9-8 victory over the Cannons.

At Leakos, the Royals shut out the Rangers 2-0 behind a complete game two-hitter from Darren Johnson.

At Stonebridge South, the Sluggers downed the Expos13-10.  Alex Osczevski was the winning pitcher.

Tuesday, July 30
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In a rare week night double header at Dief, the Royals clinched a playoff spot by taking three of a possible four points against the Wombats.  The Royals won game one 6-5, as Shane Krupp picked up the win, also driving in a pair.  In game two, the Royals spotted the Wombats a 7-1 lead before coming back to tie it at 7-7 before the game was called due to darkness.

At Leakos, the Pirates overcame a 4-0 deficit to defeat the Sluggers 7-4.  Vince Shivak picked up the win in relief, with Teagan Koehler earning the save.  

At Stonebridge North, in a game with huge playoff implications for the Cardinals, they gained a hard fought 8-7 victory over the Bisons.  Derek Mitchell went the distance to earn the win, while Randy Stevenson, Shawn Gusikoski and Billy Gherasim had key hits in the seventh to win the game.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels downed the Cubs 14-3, with Nolan Regier picking up the win.  Dan Fortosky and Jacob Hall each had three RBI.

Monday, July 29
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At Leakos, the Tigers defeated the Rhinos 11-5.  John Deibert was the winning pitcher.  Regan Sproule and Brian Bauer led the way offensively.

At Stonebridge South, the Expos kept their playoff hopes alive with a 5-2 victory over the Skunks.  Braeyden Lysak went the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels spotted Hanley a 5-0 lead before storming back to earn a 10-5 victory.  Jason Blommaert pitched a complete game, and Todd Bergstressor celebrated his 40th birthday with two hits and three RBI.

At Dief, the Thunder rolled over the Reds 14-3.  Joe Marten threw a two-hitter, while Colin Pylypow chipped in three RBI.

Sunday, July 28
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At Stonebridge North, the Brewers and Selects split their double header.  The Selects took game one 5-2 before the Brewers came back to win the nightcap 7-6 in eight innings.  Adam Sheppard went all eight innings to earn the win and Taylor Robb had the walk-off double to win the game.

At Stonebridge South, Northeast downed the Cannons 12-4 in game one of their triple header.  In Game two, the Royals defeated Northeast 12-4, as Darren Johnson threw a complete game and Shane Krupp had four RBI for the Royals.  In game three, the Rangers beat Northeast 16-7 behind a complete game from Mike Henschel.  Dustin Emberley went 4-4 with three doubles and Garret Olver had three hits and two RBI for the Rangers, who have now clinched the one seed for playoffs.

At Dief, the Armadillos defeated the Wombats 7-1.  Hoss Mukanik went six innings to earn the win.

Friday, July 26
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At Stonebridge South, the Bisons defeated the Reds 23-3 as Nathan Wourms picked up the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels downed the Cardinals 6-2.  Marty Fellwock went six innings for the win, while Big Haus Scott drove in three for the Angels.  Jody Hauta had a pair of Ribbies.

Thursday, July 25
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At Stonebridge North, the Rhinos kept their playoff hopes very much alive by defeating the Brewers 8-4 behind a complete game from Jon Kulyk.  Jason Garchinski went 3 for 4 and Jeff Lanfermann had a couple RBI for the Rhinos.

At Stonebridge South, the Tigers downed the Wombats 10-4.  Gavin Andrews went the distance to earn the win.  Sean Lockwood had 3 hits for the Tigers, while Brian Hubbard and Chris Baird each chipped in a pair.

Wednesday, July 24
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At Stonebridge North, the Pirates shut out the Sluggers 13-0 as Vince Shivak picked up the complete game win.

At Stonebridge South, the Cubs defeated the Sabres 13-2.

The games at Leakos and Dief fell victim to the suppertime storm.

Tuesday, July 23
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At Leakos, the Wombats shut out the Brewers 10-0, as Brett Suchan threw a one-hitter.

At Dief, the Armadillos defeated the Royals 11-1.  Karsten Strelioff went six innings for the win, while Andrew Leslie paced the offence, reaching base five times.

At Stonebridge North, the Selects downed the Tigers 9-4.  Kody Hartung went the distance to earn the win.  Darryl Shutra had a key three-run homer for the Selects.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons beat the Reds 17-1.  Maverick Gusikoski pitched the complete game with 10 K’s and also hit three doubles .

Monday, July 22
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At Leakos, the Pirates defeated the Cardinals 5-2.  Dave Fitzsimmons was the winning pitcher.

At Stonebridge South, the Thunder downed Hanley 11-0.  Colin Pylypow tossed a one hitter.  Jordan Gerwing and Brock Hounsel each contributed 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge North, the Sabres beat the Skunks 15-13.

At Dief, the Cubs and Sluggers had to settle for a 7-7 tie after 11 innings.  

Sunday, July 21
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At Dief, the Angels downed the Reds 6-4.  Nolan Regier went six innings to earn the win, while Russ Schneider and Tyler Olivier each had a couple of hits for the Angels.

At Stonebridge North, the Armadillos recorded a 7-0 victory over the Cannons.

In a rare triple header at Leakos, Northeast finished a busy weekend winning three games out of five.  Today they lost the opener to the Rangers 10-4 as Barrett Taylor pitched a complete game.  Northeast defeated the Wombats 12-4 in the 3:30 game, then dropped a 13-3 decision to the Brewers in the late game.  Lionel Redden picked up the win for the Brew Crew, who turned three double plays.  Dan Holmes went 4 for 4 with 3 RBI and 3 stolen bases.

Saturday, July 20
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In a rare Saturday double header, Northeast swept both games on their home turf in Melfort over the Rhinos by scores of 4-0 and 7-5, getting solid pitching from seven different pitchers along the way.  Kalen Senecal had three hits, including the game winning RBI in game two.

Friday, July 19
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5:00 update . ........All games are now cancelled due to the latest storm .......



Thursday, July 18
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All games were postponed tonight due to the supper time storm.

Wednesday, July 17
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At Dief, the Rangers blanked  the Rhinos 4-0.  Mike Henschel recorded the shutout, while Evan Froc notched two hits for the Rangers.

At Stonebridge South, the Tigers defeated the Selects 11-9.  John Deibert went the distance for the win, while Sean Lockwood had three hits and two RBI to pace the offense.  Jared Hretsina had three hits and three RBI for the Selects in the loss.

At Stonebridge North, the Royals downed the Cannons 6-0, with Darren Johnson picking up the shutout.  Evan ‘Cobra” Husiage had a double, triple and two RBI.

Tuesday, July 16
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ALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT ARE POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN

Monday, July 15
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ALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT ARE POSTPONED DUE TO WET GROUNDS.

Sunday, July 14
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At Stonebridge North, the Cannons downed the Brewers 3-2.  Tyler Matheson went the distance to earn the win and also went 2 for 3 with two RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels spotted the Sluggers a 6-0 lead before storming back to claim a 9-7 victory.  Jason Blommaert was the winning pitcher with five innings of relief.  Russ Schneider went 3 for 4 with four RBI.

At Leakos, the Armadillos shut out the Selects 4-0 behind the strong right arm of Hoss Mukanik.  Jared Ooms hit a two-run double in the sixth inning to provide the game winning RBI.

Friday, July 12
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In the only game of the night, the Wombats defeated the Cannons 6-3.  Yunel Ramos was the winning pitcher, while Landon Suchan and Tyler Baier each had a pair of hits.

Thursday, July 11
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At Stonebridge South, the Armadillos scored four runs in the first inning on their way to a 6-3 victory over the Royals.  Josh Mattern picked up the win, and Brandon Hutt came on to record the save .

At Dief, the Rhinos downed the Rangers 8-6.  Jason Garchinski had a double and three RBI, while Corey King had a double and two RBI.

At Leakos, the Angels silenced the Thunder 8-5.  Nolan Regier was the winner, with Jason Blommaert picking up the save.  Trent Maclean drove in three for the Angels.

Wednesday, July 10
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At Dief, the Pirates got a walk-off single from Adam Morken to defeat the Cubs 4-3.  Dave Fitzsimmons was the winning pitcher.

July 19-21 Kindersley Tournament:
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The Sandlot Sluggers need a few more players for the July 19-21 tournament in Kindersley.  There is free camping next to the ball diamond.  Contact Ben Peters at 306-341-1553.

Tuesday, July 9
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At Leakos, the Wombats moved into second place with a 6-3 victory over the Tigers.  Shawn Baier picked up the win, with Yunel Ramos coming in for the save.  Rob Orosz contributed two RBI while Braden Suchan legged out a triple.

At Stonebridge North, the Sluggers defeated the Bisons 8-3.  Adam Trakalo went the distance for the win, striking out seven along the way.  Tim Silva and Theo Corey each had three hits to pace the offense.

At Dief, the Reds walked off in the bottom of the seventh with a 3-2 victory over the Skunks.

Monday, July 8
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At Dief, the Rangers defeated the Selects 4-1.  Barrett Taylor was the winning pitcher, while Dave Pura had 2 RBI and Mike Henschel added a couple of hits.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder downed the Cardinals 14-4, as Mack Desautels went the distance for the win and also had 3 RBI.  Brock Hounsel drove in three for the Thunder as well.

At Leakos, the Cannons scored four runs in the top of the seventh to beat the Royals 8-6.  Devon Collins pitched four innings in relief to pick up the win.  Jeff Kieper had the game winning double.

Sunday, July 7
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At Dief, the Northeast Red Sox split their double header, falling 4-0 to the Tigers in the opener, as the Tigers got a two-hit complete game shutout from Regan Sproule .  In the nightcap, Northeast defeated the Armadillos 6-2, getting a complete game from Jones.

Friday, July 5
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At Cairns Field, the Pirates downed the Thunder 9-7.  Vince Shivak went the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels defeated the Hanley Sox 22-2.  Jason Blommaert was the winning pitcher, while Jacob and Ben Hall each picked up three RBI in their Angels debut .


Thursday, July 4
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At Leakos, the Skunks defeated the Expos 7-4, with Sean Hoey picking up the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Tigers downed the Cannons 11-1.  Austin Nerbas went the distance to earn the win, and Mike Broadfoot went 3 for 3 with a pair of ribbies.

At Dief, the Pirates won 13-4 over the Cardinals with Jesse Rogalski going 7 strong on the mound.  Teagan Koehler had 6 ribbies and also threw out a pair of would-be base stealers.

Tuesday, July 3
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At Dief, the Reds dealt the Cards a 4-2 defeat behind a complete game from Taylor Sharp.

At Leakos, the Rangers broke open a 1-1 tie, scoring four runs in the sixth inning on their way to a 9-2 victory over the Armadillos.  Barrett Taylor went the distance to earn the win, while Evan Froc led the way offensively with four hits.  

At Stonebridge South, the Thunder edged Hanley 8-7.  Colin Pylypow picked up the win.  Brock Hounsel was 3 for 4 with two RBI and Derrin Raffey chipped in 3 RBI.

Monday, July 2
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At Leakos, the Rhinos blanked the Selects 11-0 behind five shutout innings from Ryan Usher.  Steve Riou had a triple and a bases loaded double to pace the offense.

At Dief, the Brewers downed the Tigers 10-0, as Brady Fornwald spun a two-hitter.  Marlowe Knight had four ribbies.

At Stonebridge North, the Wombats defeated the Royals 5-1.  Calvin Foltz threw a complete game in the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons outlasted the Cubs 13-8.  Jason McRae picked up the win in relief, and went 3 for 3 including a homer.

Thursday, June 27
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At Leakos, the Bisons downed the Angels 6-1.  Maverick Gusikoski threw a complete game with 7 strikeouts.

At Stonebridge North the Pirates defeated the Skunks 4-2 as Dave Fitzsimmons went the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Cubs beat the Expos 8-7.  Hayden Griggs went 3 for 4 with 6 stolen bases then went home for a soak in the hot tub.  Nolan Murray was the winning pitcher in relief.

Wednesday, June 26
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After Mother Nature gave us a week long layoff, the league swung back into action tonight.

At Dief, the Armadillos broke open a 1-1 tie, scoring 5 runs in the fifth inning on their way to a 6-2 victory over the Rhinos.  Hoss Mukanik went the distance to earn the win, while Josh Mattern hit a two run double to ignite the offence.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder blanked the Sabres 10-0.  Colin Pylypow threw a one-hitter for the shutout.  Tony and Nathan St.Armand each had 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge South , the Brewers edged the Tigers 2-1.  A.J. Speirs pitched a complete game for the Brewers , while Jason Baptist drove in both runs.

At Leakos, the Reds needed nine innings to defeat the Cardinals 8-6.  Adam Santoro made three game saving catches in extra innings to preserve the win.

Tuesday, June 25
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I just received word that all games are postponed again tonight due to standing water and wet grounds..........hopefully we can get going tomorrow.........

Monday, June 24
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All games tonight are postponed due to saturated grounds..............

Sunday, June 23
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All games are postponed due to wet grounds

Friday, June 21

All games tonight are postponed and will be rescheduled.

THURSDAY, JUNE 20 GAMES
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ALL GAMES TONIGHT HAVE BEEN RAINED OUT AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED.


Wednesday, June 19
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At Stonebridge South, the Brewers were awarded a 7-0 forfeit when the Rhinos were unable to field a team.

At Dief, the Cardinals got a complete game from 64 year old Bill “Suds” Sutherland and defeated the Cubs 12-4.

At Leakos, the Cannons defeated the Rangers 8-3.  Tyler Matheson picked up the complete game win, while Mike Hertz and Devon Collins each had 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge North, the Hanley Sox downed the Pirates 12-2.

Tuesday, June 18
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At Leakos, the Tigers got a complete game from John Delbert and picked up a 12-3 victory over the Armadillos.

At Stonebridge South, in a game featuring several lead changes, the Selects and Wombats had to settle for a 10-10 tie after eight innings in a game called due to darkness.

At Dief, the Bisons put the Thunder down under by a score of 11-5.  Adam Olchowski went the distance to earn the win.

Ate Stonebridge North, the Angels defeated the Sluggers 12-2.  Matt Fellwock picked up the complete game win, along with an inside the park homer.  Jesse Pascoe went 3 for 4 to pace the offense.

Monday, June 17
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At Stonebridge South, the Cardinals nicked the Sabres 9-8 behind a complete game performance from Jack Gherasim.

At Stonebridge North, the Pirates downed the expos 7-4.  Jesse Rogalski went six innings to earn the win, while Robbie Cameron came on to record the save.

At Leakos, the Reds defeated the Hanley Sox 17-7 in six innings.

At Dief, the Skunks eked out a 6-5 win over the Cubs.


NOTE:

Due to requests from most of the teams scheduled to play this Sunday, we will postpone the 3 game slate and reschedule to a later date due to Father’s Day.   I will send out an email once the new dates have been scheduled.  Enjoy the weekend with your families.

Friday, June 14
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At Stonebridge South, the Selects downed the Brewers 7-5 in a back and forth affair.  Kody Hartung went the distance to earn the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Wombats defeated the Rhinos 7-1, behind the strong right arm of Calvin Foltz, who pitched a two-hitter and had three RBI offensively.

Thursday, June 13
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At Leakos, the Cardinals got two innings of shutout relief from Ben Harrison, and picked up a 8-7 extra inning walk-off win over the Sluggers.  Mark Hansen provided the game winning hit in the bottom of the eighth.

At Dief, the Pirates downed the Expos 10-1.  Vince Shivak went the distance to pick up the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Bisons defeated the Skunks 11-9.  Riley Welter was the winning pitcher, with Riley Lehmann coming on to record the final out for the save.

Wednesday, June 12
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At Stonebridge South, the Armadillos downed the Cannons 14-4.  Brandon Hutt went all five innings for the win.  Andrew Leslie had 4 RBI for the winners.

At Stonebridge North, the Selects defeated the Rhinos 8-2.  Jared Hretsina went five solid innings for the win, while Kody Hartung let the way offensively with four hits.

At Dief, the Rangers held off a late charge from the Wombats to claim a 6-5 win.  Mike Henschel picked up the complete game win, while Jesse Renneberg hit the game winning double.

At Leakos, the Cubs beat the Thunder 13-3, with Colby Schemenauer pitching all five innings to earn the win.

Tuesday, June 11
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At Leakos, the Royals edged the Tigers 4-3.  Riley Carl went 6 plus innings with 5 strikeouts to earn the win, while Dustin Fehr had a key RBI for the Royals.

At Dief, the Expos downed the Cardinals 12-0.  Harrison Brooks went the distance for the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Sluggers defeated the Skunks 10-4.  Erik Trakalo was the winning pitcher, while Austin Trakalo homered for the Sluggers.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels got a walk-off single from Ben Copeland to nip the Pirates 7-6.  Nolan Regier picked six strong innings before Jason Blommaert came to on to record a blown save and get the vulture win.

NOTE:  WEDDING RING FOUND

The Brewers found a wedding ring at Dief tonight.  Please contact Lee Coates at 306-292-8521 to get it back.


Friday, June 7
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At Stonebridge South, the Thunder defeated the Sandlot Sluggers 19-3.  Colin Pylypow picked up the win, going five innings while striking out 8.  Jordan Gerwing and Jeff O’Laney each went 3 for 4 with 4 RBI.

At Stonebridge North, the Wombats downed the Brewers 6-1.  Calvin Foltz picked up the complete game win, while Tyler Baier had two hits to lead the way offensively.

At Dief, the Expos beat the Cubs 12-2 in six innings, as Jesse Murray went the distance to earn the win.

Thursday, June 6
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At Dief, the Armadillos defeated the Tigers 15-8.  Josh Mattern picked up the win, and reached base six times to pace the offense.  Jared Ooms hit a long 3-run homer for the Armadillos.

At Stonebridge North, the Royals edged the Rhinos 4-3.  Shane Krupp went the distance to earn the win, striking out six along the way.  Ryan Meyers had a 3-run double in the sixth inning to plate the winning run.

At Leakos, the Pirates downed the Reds 15-3.  Jesse Rogalski picked up the five-inning win.  Robbie Cameron and Teagan Koehler each had three hits to lead the way offensively.

Wednesday, June 5
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At Dief, the Selects were 9-4 winners over the Cannons.  Travis Kursch pitched six solid innings to earn the win.  The Cannons’ Devin Collins had a booming bat tonight in a losing cause, hitting a homer and bouncing another off the top of the fence that stayed in the park.

At Leakos, the Brewers edged the Rangers 2-1.  AJ Speirs picked up the win, while Matt Schule earned the save.  Tyler Beckie had the only two RBI the Brewers would need on the night.  The Rangers’ Barrett Taylor threw a complete game in the defeat.

At Stonebridge South, the Cardinals overcame a 12-1 deficit, scoring 15 runs in the fifth inning and held on to defeat the Sabres 19-18 in a game which was called after six innings due to darkness.

At Stonebridge North, the Bisons defeated the Sandlot Sluggers 10-6, with Adam Olchowski going the distance to earn the win.

Tuesday, June 4
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At Dief, the Rhinos jumped back into the win column, getting a complete game from Ryan Usher to defeat the Wombats 9-4.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder rolled over the Pirates 11-2, behind five strong innings from Joe Marien.  Trent Pernitsky and Colin Pylypow each had 3 hits and 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels downed the Expos 14-3.  Kyle McCarty went six innings to earn the win, while Russ Schneider had 4 hits and 3 ribbies for the Angels.  Tyler Ledley drove in four as well to power the Angels offense.

At Leakos, the Reds beat the Cubs 9-5.  Taylor Sharp picked up the complete game win.

Monday, June 3
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At Dief, the Selects downed the Royals 9-4, as Kody Hartung pitched six scoreless innings to earn the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Rangers defeated the Cannons 13-5, as Mike Henschel picked up another win.

At Leakos, the Bisons scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to walk off the Sabres 12-11.  Riley Lehmann picked up the win in relief.

Sunday, June 2
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At Stonebridge North, the Northeast Red Sox split their double header.  In game one, they dropped a 9-2 decision to the Tigers, who got a complete game from winner John Delbert.  Lyndon Thomas went 3 for 3 with a homer in his second consecutive game (this one went over the fence).  Rich Seward had 3 RBI and Brett Spies had two for the Tigers.  In the nightcap, Northeast broke open a 4-4 seventh inning tie with seven runs in the top of the seventh to earn the 11-4 victory over the Armadillos.

At Stonebridge South, the Skunks downed the Sandlot Sluggers 15-5.  Sean Hoey went the distance to earn the win, while Mike McFadden went 3 for 3 for the Skunks.

Friday, May 31
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At Dief, the Reds played a man short for the first three innings, but the ninth guy showed up in time to help the Reds to a 6-4 victory over the Sandlot Sluggers.

At Stonebridge North, the Expos downed the Hanley Sox 5-4.

Thursday, May 30
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At Stonebridge North, the first place Rangers defeated the Tigers 4-2.  Mike Henschel pitched his normal great game for the win, while Dustin Emberley made a defensive gem with a sliding catch in the seventh inning.  Lyndon Thomas hit an inside the park home run for the Tigers.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons downed the Cubs 9-2.  Adam Olchowski scattered four hits in the complete game victory.

At Dief, the Pirates got back into the win column with a 13-5 win over the Sabres.  Vince Shivak went the distance for the win, while Ben Flath and Adam Morken each had 3 hits and 3 RBI.

At Leakos, the Skunks defeated the Cardinals 9-2.


Wednesday, May 29
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At Stonebridge South, the Royals scored six runs in the 6th inning on their way to a 10-4 victory over the Rhinos.  Darren Johnson picked up the win, while Ryan Meyers led the way offensively.

At Dief, the Armadillos downed the Brewers 8-2.  Brandon Hutt went the distance to earn the win, while Andrew Leslie had three RBI to pace the offense.

At Stonebridge North, the Reds downed the Expos 5-2.  Taylor Sharp and Tyler Froehlick combined for a solid pitching performance for the Reds.

At Leakos, the Sandlot Sluggers lived up two their name, outscoring Hanley 18-12.  Ben Peters was the winning pitcher, while Alex Osczevski was a homer short of the cycle for the Sluggers.  Shane Trakalo pitched two innings in relief to help secure the victory.



Tuesday, May 28
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At Dief, the Rangers downed the Cannons 9-5.  Josh Cote pitched five innings for the win, while Brady Waldenberg picked up the two inning save.  Evan Froc kicked in four hits for the Rangers and Jared Pike had three.  Devin Collins hit a three-run homer for the Cannons in a losing cause.

At Stonebridge South, Brett Suchan made his Wombat pitching debut, going five innings to earn the win as the Wombats defeated the Selects 13-4.  Mike Zinkowski had three hits and three ribbies for the Wombats.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder beat the Sabres 6-1, as Mack Desautels scattered four hits for the complete game win.

At Leakos, it was the Bisons over the Pirates 6-2.  Jason McCrea picked up the win in relief.

Monday, May 27
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At Stonebridge North, the Skunks nipped the Reds 2-1 in a pitcher’s duel.

At Stonebridge South, the Angels downed the Cubs 11-3.  Nolan Regier pitched five innings for the win.  Dan Fortosky and Russ Schneider each had three RBI.  Future Angel Johnny Fortosky made his debut as team batboy for the Angels.

At Leakos, the Brewers defeated the Rhinos 12-8.  Mark Dodds picked up the win, while Marlow Knight came on to earn the save.  Knight also contributed a pair of RBI and scored two runs.

Sunday, May 26
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At Leakos, the Expos scored five runs in the fifth inning on their way to a 12-10 victory over the Sandlot Sluggers.  Jesse Murray pitched five innings to earn the win.

At Stonebridge North, the Armadillos blanked the Selects 3-0, as Josh Mattern, Chad Nixey and Chad Mukanik combined for the shutout.  Karsten Strelioff and Drew Atkins each had a pair of hits to lead the limited offensive attack, while Luc Chen turned a key double play in the sixth inning on a line drive to right field to preserve the shutout.

The Northeast Red Sox split their double header at Stonebridge South, dropping the first game 7-4 to the Cannons, who picked up a complete game from Tyler Mathieson.  Kent Anholt had four RBI for the Cannons.  In the nightcap, Northeast defeated the Tigers 5-1.

Friday, May 24
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At Leakos, the Selects defeated the Cannons 11-2 in a game that was called after five innings due to rain and lightning.  Kody Hartung was the winning pitcher.

At Stonebridge South, the Thunder edged the Cubs 11-10.  Adam Knaus pitched five innings.  to earn the win in relief, while Derrin Raffey was 2 for 3 with 3 RBI.

At Stonebridge North, in a weird twist of fate, the Brewers and Royals tied for the second time this season, this time 7-7.  Kyle Gregwayne homered for the Brewers.

At Dief, the Bisons scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning to beat the Skunks 17-11.  Maverick Gusikoski picked up the win.

Thursday, May 23
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At Stonebridge North, the Tigers put up a 7 spot in the first inning and never looked back on their way to a 15-7 victory over the Rhinos.  The winning pitcher was John Delbert, and every Tigers starter contributed at least one base hit to the offensive cause.

At Leakos, Matty Fellwock pitched five innings to earn the win, as the Angels downed the Expos 15-6.  Dan Fortosky had 3 RBI to lead the way offensively.

Wednesday, May 22
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At Stonebridge South, the final undefeated team in the “A” Division,  the Wombats, got knocked off 4-2 by the Rangers.  Mike Henschel threw a complete game for the win, while Yunel Ramos went the distance for the Wombats in defeat.  Andy Pawlovich singled in Barrett Taylor for the winning run.

At Leakos, the final undefeated team in the “B” Division, the Thunder, fell to the Bruno Bisons 4-1, as Nathan Wourms chalked up a complete game victory.

At Dief, the Reds downed the Hanley Sox 13-5, with Taylor froehlick picking up a complete game win.

At Stonebridge North, Sean Hoey went seven strong as the Skunks downed the Cardinals 10-7.


Tuesday, May 21
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At Leakos, the Armadillos scored four runs in the fifth inning, then hung on to nip the Rhinos 6-5.  The Rhinos left the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh......Brandon Hutt pitched five innings to earn the win before Karsten Strelioff picked up the two inning save.  Jason Garchinski had a pair of triples for the Rhinos.

At Dief, the Angels downed the Pirates 7-3.  Nolan Regier went five innings for the win.  Angels rookie Russ Schneider went 3 for 3 with 3 ribbies to lead the way offensively.   Pirates rookie Owen Knight pitched four strong innings, and had three hits including an inside the park home run.

At Stonebridge South, Regan Sproule went the distance to earn the win, and the Tigers scored three runs in top of the seventh to defeat the Cannons 4-2.  Brad Baron had two hits and two ribbies to pace the offense.

At Stonebridge North, the Cubs beat the Sabres 3-1.  Dustin Voth pitched the final 3 innings with 7 K’s to close the door on the Cubs.

Thursday, May 16
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At Dief, the Armadillos defeated the Royals 13-5, as Hoss Mukanik went the distance to earn the win, and contributed four hits to help the cause offensively.

At Stonebridge South, the Brewers were awarded a default win after three innings due to an ejection.  The Rangers began the game with nine players and were unable to continue.

At Stonebridge North, the Sluggers downed the Cardinals 14-10, as Ben Peters picked up the win.  The Sluggers turned three double plays to help out defensively.

Wednesday, May 15
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At Stonebridge South, the Thunder remained unbeaten with a 8-5 victory over the Angels.  Colin Pylypow threw a complete game for the Thunder, while Jordan Gerwing kicked in three RBI for the winners.

At Stonebridge North, the Expos downed the Hanley Sox 8-4.  Jesse Murray went the distance for the win.

At Leakos, the Wombats scored seven runs in the fifth inning on their way to a 10-2 victory over the Selects.  Dave Cooke went all the way to earn the win, while Sheldon Ball, Leon Zinkowski and Tyler Baier each contributed three hits to lead the offensive attack.

At Dief, the Skunks beat the Cubs 17-12.

Tuesday, May 14
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At Stonebridge North, the defending champion Rangers remained unbeaten by downing the Tigers 10-7.  Steve Pura picked up the win in relief, and also had a pair of hits and two RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Reds beat the Pirates 11-1, as Ryne Keller went the distance to earn the win in his first ever start for the Reds.

At Leakos, the Sandlot Sluggers rallied from a 3-1 deficit, scoring two runs in the fifth and three in the seventh to defeat the Sabres 6-3.  Austin Trakalo notched the complete game win, while younger brother Erik went 3 for 3 with three ribbies.

Monday, May 13
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At Dief, in a battle of undefeated teams, the Thunder defeated the Cardinals 12-0 behind the strong right arm of Mackenzie Desautels, who threw a two hitter.....Brock Hounsel had 4 RBI.

At Leakos, the Rangers edged the Royals 2-1 as Mike Henschel picked up the complete game win, along with the game winning RBI in the seventh inning......Other than that, he didn’t do much.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie the game, then went on to defeat the Bisons 4-3 in eight innings.  Nolan Regier went five strong innings, giving way to Jason Blommaert who came on to pick up the win in relief.  Matt Fellwock had the game tying hit in the seventh inning, while Mark Severin went 2 for 3 with two steals for the Angels.

At Stonebridge South, the Hanley Sox and Skunks played to a 9-9 tie.

Sunday, May 12
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On the nicest baseball evening of the young season, the Cubs scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge the Pirates 6-5 at Stonebridge North.  Dustin Voth went five strong innings for the Cubs, with Nolan Murray coming on to pick up the win in relief.   Jordan Lysitza had the walk off hit to end the game.

At Stonebridge South, the Armadillos downed the Cannons 10-3.  Chad Nixey pitched three shutout innings before Chad Schultz came on to pick up the win in relief.  Luc Chen had a two-run single in the fifth inning to help break things open for the Armadillos.

At Dief, the Reds and Expos had both starters go seven strong innings, but in the end nothing was resolved as the game ended in a 5-5 tie which was called due to darkness.

At Leakos, in the first game of the double header, the Wombats outlasted Northeast 12-9.  Calvin Foltz pitched 5 1/3 innings for the win, while Yunel Ramos came on for the save.  The three Suchan brothers combined for 7 hits to lead the way offensively.  In game two, the Brewers defeated Northeast 11-1.  Brady Fornwald pitched five clean innings before Lionel Redden came on to close things out.  



Friday, May 10 
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At Leakos, the Tigers edged the Royals 8-7.  Regan Sproule went six innings to pick up the win, while Gavin Andrews came on to earn the save.  Brian Bauer had two hits and an RBI to pace the offense.

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

Thursday, May 9
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At Dief, the Bisons overcame a 7-5 deficit in the top of the seventh inning, scoring three runs to edge the Pirates 8-7.  Adam Olchowski had the key hit, a two-run double.  Maverick Gusikoski picked up the win, while Jason McCrea came on to record the save.

At Leakos, the Cubs downed the Hanley Sox 19-6.  Colby Schemenauer earned the win, while David Sapp  went 5-5 with four ribbies.

At Stonebridge North, the Thunder rolled to a 20-0 victory over the Skunks.

At Stonebridge South, the Sabres defeated the Reds 7-3.

Wednesday, May 8
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At Dief, the Rangers beat the Selects 18-1, as Josh Cote pitched five shutout innings to earn the win.  He also contributed a couple of hits on offense, while Tim Hollman had 3 hits and 4 ribbies.

At Leakos, the Wombats downed the Armadillos 11-2, as Yunel Ramos picked up the win.

At Stonebridge South, the Cardinals outlasted the Expos 12-11......Believe it or not, Jack Gherasim went the distance to pick up the win, then went home to pick up an ice pack.........The offense was let by Vogeson Paley, who had two hits and 5 RBI.

At Stonebridge North, the Cannons scored five runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Brewers 9-6.  Mike Hertz picked up the win in relief, despite giving up a home run to the Brewers’ Brady Fornwald.  Dawson George went 3 for 3 with 3 runs scored for the Cannons.

Tuesday, May 7
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At Leakos, the Pirates downed the Skunks 6-2.  Dave Fitzsimmons was the winning pitcher, while Ben Flath contributed two ribbies to pace the offense.

At Dief, the Tigers staged a late rally in the bottom of the seventh to nip the Rhinos 12-11.  Denton Jenson went 4 for 5, including the walk-off single.  Jared Bayne had a double, along with a 3-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to start the comeback.

At Stonebridge  North, the Sabres defeated the Hanley Sox 5-2.

At Stonebridge South, the Thunder came up victorious in their league debut, edging the Sluggers 2-1.

Monday, May 6
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At Leakos, the Cardinals defeated the Cubs 13-3, as Jack Gherasim, Nolan Kachur and Chris Teichreb split the pitching duties.  The game was broken open in the fifth inning by Derek Marshall’s bases loaded triple.

At Dief, the Royals erased a 3-1 deficit in the seventh inning, scoring two runs with two outs to tie the game......it was too dark to play extras, so the game goes into the books as a 3-3 deadlock.

At Stonebridge North, the Angels blanked the Reds 4-0.  Jason Blommaert came out smoking, as he struck out 13 to record the complete game shutout.  Johnny Campbell went 2 for 3 with the game winning RBI.

At Stonebridge South, the Bisons beat the Expos 9-3.  Adam Olchowski picked up the win, with Nathan Wourms coming on to finish the game in relief.

Sunday, May 5
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Well, we’ve had warmer opening days, but the SMBL season got started this afternoon with a double header at Stonebridge South.  In game one, the Northeast Red Sox scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning to defeat the Selects 7-3 as Tyler Jones, Reid Urbanowski and Kalen Senegal led the way offensively.  In the nightcap, the Rangers overcame a 4-1 deficit, scoring eight runs in the fourth inning to down the Red Sox 10-4.  Mike Henschel was the winning pitcher, with Steve Pura coming on to finish the game in relief. The game was highlighted by Northeast turning a triple play in the third inning.


Lock up procedure
May 9, 2019

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
Apr 5, 2019