U-18 World Cup Selection Camp: Canada gets back to winning ways

August 26, 2017


AJAX, Ontario – Edouard Julien (Québec, QC) hit four doubles and drove in two runs to help Canada snap a three-game losing streak with a 10-5 win over Australia.

Canada’s offence pounded-out 14 hits including three off the bat of Victor Cerny (Winnipeg, MB) who matched Julien’s two RBI output.

The pre U-18 World Cup series is now tied at three games apiece with two games remaining. Both squads are preparing for the WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup in Thunder Bay, Ontario from September 1 to 10.

Box Score: Canada 10 Australia 5

Both teams exchanged runs in the second before Canada took the lead in the fifth on RBI singles from Victor Cerny and Michael Stovman (Maple Ridge, BC). The offence kept clicking in the sixth as back-to-back, two out doubles from Lucas Parente (Burlington, ON) and Julien produced one run before a double steal and RBI singles from Victor Cerny and Jason Willow (Victoria, BC) brought in three more.

Canada starter Wesley Moore (Surrey, BC) was in control until the sixth when Australia made their way back into the game with a four-run inning. The big blow came when Jarryd Dale smacked a three-run home run to left that pulled the Aussies to within two.

Through the first five innings, Moore had allowedd a run on just one hi, one walk and three hit batters. He finished his six-inning outing with four strikeouts.

Canada was quick to respond in the seventh and it was Julien who got things going with a run scoring double to centre before Noah Naylor (Mississauga, ON) followed later with a double to the gap in left.

Griffin Hassall (Newmarket, ON) came on for one scoreless inning of relief before Michael Stovman worked the final two frames to preserve the win.

The series resumes on Sunday, August 27th  (1pm ET) at Audley Ballpark (2001 Audley Rd. Ajax, ON), the same site that hosted the Pan Am Games in 2015. Admission is free for all games.

Baseball Canada is providing live scoring for all seven games.
Link: https://gc.com/t/spring-2017/canadian-junior-national-team-u-18-58da4c62f95602d261000001


Monday             21 Aug           Australia U18 2    @        Canada U18  3           7PM

Tuesday             22 Aug           Canada U18 8      @         Australia U18 2         7PM

Wednesday       23 Aug           Australia U18 3    @        Canada U18 2           7PM

Thursday           24 Aug           Canada U18 4     @         Australia U18 6          7PM

Friday                 25 Aug           Australia U18 5    @        Canada U18 2            7PM

Saturday            26 Aug           Canada U18 10      @         Australia U18  5            1PM

Sunday              27 Aug           Australia U18    @        Canada U18                          1PM

Monday          28 Aug                        Canada U18 @ Australia U18                     10:30AM

Useful links: 

Canada Selection Camp Roster
Australia U-18 Roster
Selection Camp Schedule
WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup Schedule

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