The P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate Boys Baseball League champions were crowned at Queen Elizabeth Park.
Queen Charlotte defeats Owls in gold-medal contest
The Queen Charlotte Coyotes won the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate Boys Baseball League championship in convincing fashion. The Coyotes trimmed the Summerside Intermediate School Owls 11-1 in the gold-medal game at Queen Elizabeth Park’s Very Important Volunteer Field on Wednesday. Tanner MacLean was dominant in earning the pitching win against the Owls. The left-hander gave up just five hits while striking out nine. Offensively, Noah Dow, Brett Arsenault and Dylan Worth all had two hits apiece to pace the Coyotes. Kal White delivered the game-ending RBI to go along with two great defensive players in centre field. For the Owls, Liam Greenan and Noah Gallant both had 2-for-3 batting summaries, with a double. Landon Gallant started on the hill for the Owls, and was relieved by Jacob Dunn.
In the bronze-medal game, Birchwood scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Stonepark 4-3. Earlier in the day, Queen Charlotte got by Stonepark 7-4 in one semifinal while Summerside Intermediate blanked Birchwood 10-0 in the semifinals.
The Queen Charlotte Coyotes are the 2018 P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate Boys Baseball League champions. The Coyotes defeated the Summerside Intermediate School owls 11-1 in the gold-medal game in Summerside on Wednesday afternoon. Members of the Coyotes are, front row, from left: Ryan Harper, Brett Arsenault, Will Morrison and Sam Barrett. Back row: Allister Smith (coach), Max MacIsaac, Kal White, Noah Dow, Dylan Worth, Tanner MacLean, Matt Dunn, Mark Mosely and Nick Phelan (coach). Missing from the photo is coach Kevin MacLean.
Queen Charlotte Coyotes pitcher Tanner MacLean delivers a pitch during the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Intermediate Boys Baseball League goldmedal game against the Summerside Intermediate School Owls in Summerside on Wednesday afternoon. MacLean earned the victory in the Coyotes’ 11-1 decision.