Ser­vice Master, Indi-Girls meet in A fi­nal

Tillsonburg News - - SPORTS - DAVE WEAVER

This was Week 2 of the SPN Provin­cial Cham­pi­omships this past week­end in Ni­a­gara Falls.

Indi- Girls ad­vanced to Sun­day’s play­off round in Ladies C. They lost by one in a valiant come from be­hind ef­fort.

Corey’s Restau­rant was in tough in their first ven­ture into B ended up go­ing 1-2 and un­for­tu­nately were one run shy of ad­vanc­ing to the Top 4 on Sun­day.

Cir­cus Room in Men’s E ad­vanced to Satur­day af­ter­noon ac­tion.

And in lo­cal play­offs, we are down to the fi­nals in Ladies league and semis in the four Men’s di­vi­sions.

Men’s A

Plat­inum Con­crete Diamond Kings started off their semi­fi­nal with first place I.C.Wa­ters with a two-run vic­tory in the lid lifter.

The sec­ond semi was an ex­cit­ing first match as Robert Q Travel walked it off against Maple View Va­ri­ety on Mike Wen­cel’s sharp liner into left field.

Game 1

Plat­inum Con­crete 10, I.C.Wa­ters 8 Plat­inum - Adam Hunter 3-4, Dave Boldt 3-3 2 Hr, Tony Laur Hr, Tyler Lamb Hr, Scott Balazs Hr

I.C. - Steve Lea­cock 2-3, Shawn Crane 2-3 Hr, Jeff Cadotte Hr, Chris Van Parys Hr

Plat­inum won it in the sev­enth on Tony Laur’s two-run homer. They shut down I.C. in the bot­tom half. Dave Bolt had a pair of homers.

Game 1

Robert Q Travel 26, Maple View Va­ri­ety 25 Robert Q - Steve By­ron 4-4, Tim Mor­gan 4-4 2 Hr, Clay­ton Stubbs Hr, Bryan De­blaire Hr, Ryan Black 2 Hr, Bob Evans Hr

Maple View - Ryan Miller 5-5 Hr, Johnny Epp 5-5 2 Hr, Randy Miller 2 Hr, Ben Boldt Hr, Nathan Boldt Hr

Both teams hit their limit of home runs by the end of six on a game that went back and forth. Mike Wen­cel walked it off for Robert Q Travel plat­ing Clay­ton Stubbs.

Men’s B

The B divi­sion semis are set as Sun­rise Equip­ment Roost­ers elim­i­nated Pel­i­cans in four games while Ward’s Au­to­mo­tive com­pleted their sweep against a very short­handed R n D Car­pen­try Kekam­bas squad.

The first-place Sun­rise Equip­ment team will take on Mat­teo’s Pizza and Hounds and Ward’s will clash in the other se­ries.

Game 4

Sun­rise Equip­ment Roost­ers 23, Pel­i­cans-4

Sun­rise - Derek Kun­der­man 4-4, Josh Munro 4-4 Hr, Abe Krahn Hr, Mark Ha­mulecki 2 Hr, Matt He­le­niak Hr

Pel­i­cans - Nick Dovsek 3-3, Chris Parker 2-3

Sun­rise plated seven in two con­sec­u­tive in­nings. Ten of their eleven bat­ters scored at least one run. Mark Ha­mulecki home­red in con­sec­u­tive at bats and Josh Munro scored four runs for the win­ners. Game 3

Ward’s Au­to­mo­tive 24,

R n D Car­pen­try Kekam­bas 7 Ward’s - Jeff Prouse 4-4, Bray­don Rodgers 4-5, Con­nor Smith Hr

R n D - Kyle Hol­lis­ter 4-5, Derek Buch­ner 5-5

R n D were with­out two reg­u­lars and on top of that they could only field eight. Ward’s put three sev­en­run in­nings up. Troy Lamoure led with a triple, dou­ble and three runs scored. Bray­don Rodgers scored four runs.

Men’s C

Tro­phy Prop­erty Corp Ex­pos won on con­sec­u­tive nights to come back and take the se­ries from Or­chard Crest Farms thus ad­vanc­ing to the fi­nals.

They will await the win­ner of the se­ries be­tween last year’s cham­pi­ons Hit N Run and Jok­ers who eas­ily fin­ished off their se­ries with Cir­cus Room Tues­day night.

Game 4

Tro­phy Prop­erty Corp Ex­pos 20,

Or­chard Crest Farms 2 Tro­phy - Keith Agnew 4-4, Kyle Jones 4-4

Or­chard Crest - Shawn Mathews 1-2, Chris Fisher 1-2

Tro­phy rode solid pitch­ing from Kyle Jones and a po­tent of­fen­sive at­tack in the mercy. Spencer Meron hit three dou­bles for the win­ners.

Game 5

Tro­phy Prop­erty Corp Ex­pos 14,

Or­chard Crest Farms 7 Tro­phy - Will Han­son 3-3, Jor­dan Bruck­ler 3-4, Trevor Fleet 2 Hr

Or­chard Crest - Ross Rus­sell 3-3, Mark Van­der­haeghe 2-3 Hr

Trevor Fleet led Tro­phy with a pair of homers and five runs bat­ted in.

Jok­ers 17,

Cir­cus Room 5

Jok­ers - Bernie Mac­Don­ald 4-4, Mike Bour­geois 3-3, Rob Stortz 2 Hr, Wes McDougall Hr

Cir­cus Room - Damion Ban­croft 3-3, Jesse Legg 3-3

Jok­ers scored runs in ev­ery in­ning but the third. Rob Stortz hit a three-run blast and a solo shot for the win­ners.

Men’s D

Af­ter a tough reg­u­lar sea­son Bad News Bears swept Cat­lack Ex­ca­vati­ing with a seven-run win in Game 3. They opened their semi­fi­nal se­ries with first place Slug­gers on Fri­day night los­ing by just three.

Wreck­ing Crew awaits the win­ner of the se­ries.

Game 3

Bad News Bears 21, Cat­lack Ex­ca­vati­ing 14 Bears - Jor­dan White 5-5, Chris Sim­mons 3-4

Cat­lack - Mike Van­wyns­berghe 3-4, Devon Mac­Don­ald 3-3 2 Hr

Jor­dan White and the old wi­ley vet­eran Daryl Beatty each scored four runs for the Bears.

Game 1

Slug­gers 13,

Bad News Bears 10 Slug­gers - James Dyck 3-4, Frank Harms 3-4

Bears - Tim Min­ers 3-4, Carl Sing 3-4

Slug­gers were up just 6-3 af­ter five in­nings. They scored seven in the sixth bat­ting around. Bears replied with seven of their own in the sev­enth but came up three short.

James Dyck led Slug­gers with a pair of dou­bles and a triple.


Ser­vice Master will be Indi- Girls’ op­po­si­tion in this sea­son’s Ladies A fi­nal af­ter they knocked off sec­ond place Corey’s Restau­rant on Wedned­say.

Game 3

Ser­vice Master 13, Corey’s Restau­rant 8 Ser­vice Master - Becky Dancy 4-4, Amanda Van­den­driess­che 4-4

Corey’s - Kim King 2-3, Kasey McKen­zie 3-4

Ser­vice Master fought back from an early five-run deficit and outscored Corey’s by nine over their fi­nal three at-bats. Becky Dancy led the win­ners with a pair of dou­bles.

Ladies B

Ad­vanced Tow­ing/Mor­gan Realty took their opener with Cen­ter Point Con­trac­tors eas­ily on Wed­nes­day night.

Game 1

Ad­vanced Tow­ing/Mor­gan Realty 12,

Cen­ter Point Con­trac­tors 4 Ad­vanced - Bri Johnston 4-4, Belinda Loewen -4

Cen­ter Point - Tr­isha McKen­zie 2-2, An­drea Holden 2-2

Belinda Loewen and Bri Johnston each had a triple and dou­ble for the win­ners.

Ladies C

Crazy Pitches won their third straight play­off game as they out­slugged Ge­orge’s Auto in the first game of their fi­nal.

Game 1

Crazy Pitches 23, Ge­orge’s Auto 19

Crazy Pitches - Krista Be­van 6-6, Rebecca Caza 5-5

Ge­orge’s - Jus­tine Han­son 5-6, Erin Mur­ray 4-5

Un­for­tu­nately for Ge­orge’s they could only field eight play­ers. Ashlsy An­der­son, Re­nee Cou­ture and Rebecca Caza all scored four runs for Crazy Pitches.

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