18U Worlds: Canada settles for silver

  • September 08, 2012

Seoul, Korea- In the end it just wasn’t meant to be for the Canadian Junior National Team as they dropped a 6-2 decision to the United States in the gold medal game at the IBAF 18U World Championships.

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Peewee Atlantic Championship: Charlottetown and Fredericton to play for Gold

  • September 08, 2012

OTTAWA – If yesterday’s semi-finals are any indication of what’s to come, then Sunday’s championship will go down to the wire.  Both Charlottetown and Fredericton managed to squeak out wins in two thrilling games.  Both teams have combined for only one loss throughout the tournament, and will be looking to take home the trophy to their respective cities.  

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18U Worlds Breaking News: CANADA TO PLAY FOR GOLD!

  • September 07, 2012

Seoul, Korea- For the first time since 1991, Canada will play for gold at the IBAF 18U World Baseball Championship.

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Peewee Atlantic Championships: Day 1 concludes in St. John’s

  • September 07, 2012

OTTAWA – The Peewee Atlantic Championships kicked off its first day with four games.  The four games today along with Friday’s schedule are all round-robin games that will determine the standings heading in to Saturday’s placement games and semi-final matchups. 

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18U Worlds: Gold medal game awaits Canada

  • September 07, 2012

Seoul, Korea- Despite a 9-3 loss to host South Korea, Canada has booked a ticket to Saturday’s gold medal game at the IBAF 18U World Baseball Championship.

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Day 2 concludes at the Peewee Atlantic Championships

  • September 07, 2012

OTTAWA – Day 2 concluded with four round-robin games played.  The remaining portion of round-robin play will finish tomorrow morning, with the placement games and semi-finals to be played in the afternoon and evening. 

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18U Worlds: Canada keeps rolling with win over Colombia

  • September 06, 2012

Seoul, Korea- In a span of a little more than twenty-four hours, Canada won for third time in three games and with a win tomorrow over host South Korea will clinch a spot in Saturday's gold medal game at the IBAF 18U World Baseball Championships.

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18U Worlds: Canada cruises past Panama, advances to second round

  • September 05, 2012

Seoul, Korea- Canada hammered out fourteen hits, including eight doubles and Brock Dykxhoorn (Goderich, ON) provided 7 1/3 solid innings on the mound as Canada pounded Panama 10-1.

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18U Worlds: Kellogg superb as Canada defeats US in extras

  • September 05, 2012

Seoul, Korea- Ryan Kellogg (Whitby, ON) tossed 8 2/3 shutout innings, Nathan DeSouza (Milton, ON) came up with an RBI single in the top of the tenth and Dayton Dawe (London, ON) shut the door in the bottom of the tenth as Canada blanked the United States 1-0 in ten innings.

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St. John’s set to host Peewee Atlantic Championships

  • September 05, 2012

OTTAWA – The Peewee Atlantic Championships will be hosted in St. John’s Newfoundland, this weekend that will see a group of teams from the four Atlantic provinces battle each other for a championship.  

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