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The Ramada Midget Boys Canadian Fastpitch Championship is ready to resume for 12:30

August 19, 2007

Saskatoon, SK


The Ramada Midget Boys Canadian Fastpitch Championship is ready to resume for 12:30 
 
The first game will feature the host Aspen Selects taking on BC1 Sooke Smoke and will be followed by the winner playing the Saskatchewan Chiefs at 3:00 in the final


The Ramada Midget Boys Canadian Fastpitch Championship is in a rain delay 
The Ramada Midget Boys Canadian Fastpitch Championship is in a rain delay. The organizers are optimistic the event will resume but no sooner that noon. No official time has been set at this point.
 
The first game will feature the host Aspen Selects taking on BC1 Sooke Smoke.  Below is a summary of last nights games.
 
Last night at 6:30 the A final featured the
undefeated Aspen Selects taking on the third place Saskatchewan Chiefs. Both teams had come of an exciting previous affair to get them to this point. The Chiefs squeaked out a 1-0 win over Leduc and the Selects scored 2 in the bottom of the 7th to beat Napanee 3-2. The Chiefs got started early, scoring 3 runs off Selects starter Travis Dauvin in the top of the first. Their three big offensive weapons of the game did the damage as Terrell Walker hit a single, Denis Iron a double and Christian Bear wrapped up the scoring in the inning with another single. The Selects never recovered as hits were hard to come by of Chiefs ace Dustin Keshane. The Selects managed to score one run off Steven Kessler’s home run in the second, but the Chiefs matched that with an RBI single by Terrell Walker in the fourth to chase Dauvin. Keshane allowed just 3 base runners following Kessler’s blast, while recording 11 more K’s to end with a total of 12. Devon McCullough shut down the Chiefs in the second half of the game but the Selects bats went dead.
 
The 8:30 game featured 2 teams going in different directions. The Sooke Smoke were hot as they came off a pair of playoff wins 4 – 0 over Chepstow and a thrilling 1-0 win over Napanee. Leduc was still recovering from being shut out by the Chiefs. After a scoreless first, the Smoke scored 3 in the top of the second off of Leduc starter Cory Jones. They got a triple from Ryan Haldane, a single by Kyle Cowick and a homerun by Kris Banner to take the early lead. In the bottom of the inning, Leduct replied with a run on three hits including, Courtney Nelson’s RBI single. Sooke never quit scoring as hey got 2 more in the 4th, a run in the 5th and 2 more in the 6th. Pitcher Scot Lieph limited Leduc to a total of 3 runs on 7 hits while recording 7K’s . Sooke pounded out 12 hits off Jones in 5 plus innings but got only 1 off Devin Swyripa who got the last 6 out for the 747’s

MARK LOEHNDORF



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