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National Championships: Early report, day two

Senior Men (Miramichi, NB)

Newfoundland-3 NS1 Dartmouth-2

Mark Healy (St. John’s, NL) scored the go ahead run in the fifth on a wild-pitch and Newfoundland hung-on to beat Dartmouth 3-2. A pitcher’s duel saw Mike Janes (St. John’s, NL) toss a complete game to earn the win while Dartmouth’s Steve Nelson (Dartmouth, NS) took the loss after throwing six innings.

New Brunswick-6 Alberta-3

A scoreless tie ended in a hurry as Alberta scored three in the sixth only to see New Brunswick respond with five of their own in the bottom of the inning as they went on to a 6-3 win. Sherman Yeo (Saint John, NB) threw a complete-game to earn the win and Andrew MacDonald (Stratford, PEI) had two hits and a key RBI in the sixth. Jason Chatwood (Red Deer, AB) had a single and three RBI’s.

Chatham-14 NS2 Halifax-4

Tom Burns (Miramichi, NB) hit two, three-run homers and had seven RBI’s as Chatham beat Halifax 14-4 in a mercy-rule game. Jason Dickson (Fredericton, NB) pitched five innings to earn the win and Derek Wilson (Fredericton, NB) contributed a solo homerun. Cory Christie (Sydney, NS) hit a solo and two-run homer while Adam Lucas (Sackville, NS) had a solo homer for Halifax.

BC-10 Manitoba-0

Shawn Schaefer (Pitt Meadows, BC) tossed a one-hitter and BC exploded for eight runs in the fifth to mercy Manitoba 10-0. Robby Recuenco (Vancouver, BC) had a single, two doubles and two RBI’s to lead the charge for BC.

Bantam Boys (Vaughan, ON)

Québec-14 Manitoba-4

Antoine Léonard (Bécancour, QC) fell a homerun short of the cycle and collected one RBI as Québec defeated Manitoba 14-4. Charles Leblanc (Laval, QC) had a single, triple and two RBI’s as part of Québec’s thirteen hit attack. Québec scored runs in all but one inning and Julien Cyr (Montréal, QC) pitched three innings to get the win.

Vaughan-12 Saskatchewan-7

Robert Byckowski (Etobicoke, ON) went 4-for-4, including two triples and three RBI’s as Vaughan beat Saskatchewan 12-7. Garik Godard (Woodslee, ON) was credited with the win after only pitching 2 2/3 innings but had seven strikeouts. Erik Climenhaga (Saskatoon, SK) had two doubles for Saskatchewan.

Ontario-12 New Brunswick-1

Ontario made quick work of New Brunswick collecting twelve hits for a 12-1 mercy-rule win. Austin O’Boyle (Toronto, ON) led the offence as he went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and had one RBI. Three Ontario pitchers combined to only allow three hits as Hayden Hodgson (Leamington, ON) picked up the win.

Alberta-6 Nova Scotia-3

Isagha Eagletail (Calgary, AB) tossed a complete game and struck out eight as Alberta doubled-up on Nova Scotia 6-3. Alberta scored four runs in the fifth to take the lead for good. Erin Smith (Okotoks, AB) had a hit and two RBI’s and Nova Scotia’s Cody Johnston (Pictou, NS) had a single, double and one RBI.

BC-12 Saskatchewan-0

Alex Hendra-Brown (Victoria, BC0 hit a three-run homer as BC blanked Saskatchewan 12-0. Clint Taylor (North Delta, BC) had a single, triple and one RBI while Colton Wood (Victoria, BC) struck out six in 4 1/3 innings of work to record the win.

Peewee Western (Nanaimo, BC)

BC1 Abbotsford- 7 AB1 Sherwood Park-5

Abbotsford scored four times in the bottom of the sixth to come from behind and beat Sherwood Park 7-5. Markus Gregson (Surrey, BC) and Aiden Mordecai (Surrey, BC) each homered as part of a three-run fifth for Abbotsford. Both players were part of four pitchers that Abbotsford used during the game. Jakob Brinkhof (St. Albert, AB) struck out four in the loss.

MB2 Winnipeg South-11 SK2 Saskatoon Blue Jays-8

Winnipeg South held off a late surge from the Saskatoon Blue Jays to win 11-8 in a game where they were outhit eighteen to eight. Jared Spearing (Winnipeg, MB0 had two hits and two RBI’s for Winnipeg South while Saskatoon’s Kalen Senecal (Melfort, SK) went 4-for-5 with three RBI’s.

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