Vaughan got things going at the Bantam Boys championship in their own backyard by pounding Alberta 10-2 in the tournaments opening game. The host club smashed out fourteen hits, two of which came from Darien Dalton (Newmarket, ON) who scored two runs and also recorded two RBI. With Vaughan holding a 3-0 lead in the 5th inning they completely took control of the game by scoring five runs. Alexander Paglia (Woodbridge, ON) would start things off by hitting a bases loaded single that would score two runs. Paglia and Tyler Nakamura (Concord, ON) would later score on a Dalton triple and he scored on a Ryan Grant (Mississauga, ON) single. Shayne Rajadurai (Oak Ridge, ON) and Junya Ashima (Richmond Hill, ON) combined to limit Alberta to three hits and struck out seven batters. Layne Currie (Calgary, AB) had two hits for Alberta in a losing cause.
In a game where Saskatchewan and Québec combined for twenty-three hits, Saskatchewan came out on top 7-4. Kade Erickson (Regina, SK) scored a run and had three hits for Saskatchewan while Moises Perez (Lasalle, QC) also had three hits and scored a run for Québec.
J.G. Weeks (Cole Harbour, NS) was 2-for-3 with three RBI as Nova Scotia defeated Newfoundland 9-3.
In a wild one, BC eventually game out top 16-13 over Manitoba. Mitchell Robinson (Surrey, BC) was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBI. For Manitoba, Derek Millar (Oak Bluff, MB) was 3-for-4 with four RBI.
Québec used a ten run 3rd inning en-route to a 17-6 drubbing over PEI. Moises Perez (Lasalle, QC) was once again a force at the plate as he was 1-for-3 with three RBI. Up until that inning PEI held a 6-2 lead thanks to two runs in the 1st inning and four more runs in the 2nd. Tyler Arsenault (Summerside, PEI) had a two run single to score both runs in the 1st inning. Andrew Jim Brien (Montréal, QC) was solid on the mound for Québec as he pitched all five innings and struck out ten batters.
Josh Hillis (Calgary, AB) had a three RBI as he hit a bases clearing triple in the 5th inning as Alberta outlasted New Brunswick 10-7.
Ontario thumped Nova Scotia 14-1 in a game that saw Toby Handley (Whitby, ON) go 2-for-3 with three RBI. Cal Quantrill (Port Hope, ON) got the win and struck out four.
Vaughan picked up their second win of the day as they pounded Saskatchewan 12-2. Owen Spiwak (Mississauga, ON) led the offence going 2-for-3 with two RBI. Three Vaughan pitchers combined to one hit Saskatchewan.
In other scores, BC trounced Newfoundland 14-4 and New Brunswick cruised to 16-6 mercy win over PEI.