Cubs, Eagles end consolation in tie
The Cape Breton Cubs and East Nepean Eagles mutually agreed to end their consolation game at the 2015 Canadian Senior Little League Championship in Coquitlam, B.C., in a 6-6 draw. According to organizers, the game was planned to be five innings to accommodate the 3 p.m. local start for the final. With the game tied after five innings, the clubs agreed to end the game. Cape Breton’s Even Jardine recorded two hits and two RBI in the game. Logan MacNeil swatted an RBI double. The Cubs were edged 4-3 by the North Regina All-Stars in Tuesday’s semifinal. In the final, North Regina bested Whalley Little League, 5-2.