Saskatchewan Little League along with Kiwanis National and North Regina Little Leagues will be hosting the Senior League Prairie championship from July 27th-31st at Optimist Baseball Park in Regina, Saskatchewan. The winner of this tournament goes on to represent the Little League Prairie division at the Senior League Canadian Championship to be held in Saint John, NB from August 6th-13th…
Saskatchewan Little League along with Kiwanis National and North Regina Little Leagues will be hosting the Senior League Prairie championship from July 27th-31st at Optimist Baseball Park in Regina, Saskatchewan. The winner of this tournament goes on to represent the Little League Prairie division at the Senior League Canadian Championship to be held in Saint John, NB from August 6th-13th. The winner of that tournament will represent Canada at the Senior League World Series tournament held in Bangor, MN from August 16th-22nd.
The team from Saskatchewan represented Canada at the World Series tournament in 2006.
SENIOR LEAGUE 2009 PRAIRIE CHAMPIONSHIP COACHES MEETING
Date: Monday July 27th, 2009
Time: 9:00 AM.
Location: Optimist Baseball Park – Dewdney Ave (west of Lewvan Drive)
Attending: Team Manager and Coaches (Maximum of three (3))
Requirements: Official Team Affidavit and all supporting documentation VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE
Tournament Director: John Leonard (533-0924 cell; 924-3969 home)
Tournament Umpire Coordinator: Don Pankewich
Tournament Scorekeeper: Marlene Hoffman
Program Co-ordinator: John Hoffman
Diamond Maintenance: Norm Loehr (543-1811- Park)
Hotel & Media: John Leonard
Note: The tournament will be held according to Prairie Division policy with a double elimination format. There will be double headers played to keep the tournament time and costs to a minimum for all participating teams. Schedule to be finalized by July 1st once we know how many districts are committed to sending a Senior All-Star team to this tournament.
As per page 23 & 26, Prairie Division Tournament Policy, Oct. 1, 2005
|Game # 1||Mon, July 27||12:00 PM||D1 – Sask||21||D3 – Calgary||5|
|Game # 2||03:00 PM||D2 – Edmonton||14||D1 – Lethbridge||1|
|Game # 3||06:00 PM||D1 – Sask||18||D8 – Calgary||2|
|Game # 4||Tue, July 28||12:00 PM||D3 – Calgary||7||D1 – Lethbridge||8|
|Game # 5||8 innings||03:00 PM||D2 – Edmonton||6||D1 – Sask||5|
|Game # 6||06:00 PM||D1 – Lethbridge||13||D8 – Calgary||3|
|Game # 7||6 innings||Wed, July 29||10:00 AM||D1 – Lethbridge||0||D1 – Sask||10|
|Consolation 1-5innings||01:00 PM||D3 – Calgary||10||D8 – Calgary||0|
|Consolation 2-8innings||04:00 PM||D3 – Calgary Centennial||8||D1 – Lethbridge||10|
|Game # 8||Thu, July 30||12:00 PM||D2 – Edmonton||5||D1 – Sask||11|
|Game # 9||If required.||03:30 PM||D2 – Edmonton||0||D1 – Sask||14|
SENIOR LEAGUE 2009 PRAIRIE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PROTOCOL
- Home team will occupy the third base dugout; Visiting team will occupy the first base dugout
- After each game, teams will immediately vacate the dugouts to allow for arriving team for next game and field maintenance.
- Both managers must deliver one (1) copy of their line-ups to the Official Tournament Scorekeeper 35 minutes prior to game time.
- Visiting team – infield 30 minutes prior to game time; Home team – infield 20 minutes prior to game time.
- Players and coaches will be introduced before each game and will line up on the first and third base lines as their name is called. Little League pledge will be recited by the catcher of the home team
- Plate meeting with Umpires and Coaches.
|Monday, July 27|
|Game # 1 – D1 – Sask (21) vs. D3 – Calgary (5) – FINAL|
|Saskatchewan beat Calgary Centennial 21-5 in 5 innings. Winning pitcher for Sask. was Brenden Banerjee. Taking the loss for Calgary was Jimmy Underdahl. Taylor Baker led the offense for Sask going 3-5 with 5 RBI’s. Saskatchewan advances to tonights game at 6:00 vs Calgary (D8).|
|Game # 2 – D2 – Edmonton (14) vs. D1 – Lethbridge (1) – FINAL|
|Edmonton jumped out to an 11-0 lead in the first inning and won 14-1 in 5 innings. Winning pitcher for Edmonton was Taylor Thomas and the losing pitcher for Lethbridge was Cruz Whitehead. For Edmonton, Daniel Knopp led the offence going 4-4 with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored. Peter Quenneville hit an RBI triple.|
|Game # 3 – D1 – Sask (18) vs. D8 – Calgary (2) – FINAL|
|Saskatchewan won 18-2 in 5 innings. Sheridan Davis got the win throwing 7 strikeouts over 3.3 innings. Dylan Tran closed the game. Losing pitcher for Calgary was Connor Rodewald. Saskatchewan moves on to meet Edmonton in the A-final.|
|Tuesday, July 28|
|Game # 4 – D3 – Calgary (7) vs. D1 – Lethbridge (8) – FINAL|
|Lethbridge scored 8 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to defeat Calgary 8-7. Winning pitcher was Ashton Anderson for Lethebridge with Dylan Faulkenham taking the loss for Calgary. Raymond Martens drove in the winning run. For Calgary Brody Norton had a 2 RBI inside the park home run.|
|Game # 5 – D2 – Edmonton (6) vs. D1 – Sask (5) – FINAL|
|Edmonton came back from down 5 runs to win 6-5 in an extra inning. Nelson Nolan scored the winning run in the bottom of the 8th on a wild pitch. Taylor Thomas started the game for Edmonton with relief from Peter Quenneville and finally Dan Knop to pitch the last 3 innings and pick up the win. Jeremy Zver took the loss for Saskatchewan.|
|Game # 6 – D1 – Lethbridge (13) vs. D8 – Calgary (3) – FINAL|
|Lethbridge won 13-3 in five innings. Michael Houghton (WP) and Anthony Malinowski combined for a 1 hitter against Calgary. Devin Scriven-Williams led Lethbridge with a single, double & inside the park Home Run, with 5 RBI. Graydon Carruthers took the loss for Calgary.|
|Wednesday, July 29|
|Game # 7 – D1 – Lethbridge (0) vs. D1 – Sask (10) – FINAL|
|Saskatchewan defeated Lethbridge 10-0 in 6 innings. Brandon Banerjee got the win and combined with Dylan Tran for a no hitter (1 walk, 1 error). Dylan Tran went 2-2 with 3 RBI. Taking the loss for Lethbridge was Braydyn Gerber.|
|D3 – Calgary (10) vs. D8 – Calgary (0) – FINAL|
|Calgary Centennial (D3) defeated Calgary (D8) 10-0 in five innings. Dylan Faulkenham threw a no hitter for the win (1 walk, 1 error). Jimmy Underdahl led the offense with a 2 run Home Run. Jeremy Gudzowsky took the loss for D8 – Calgary.|
|D3 – Calgary Centennial (8) vs. D1 – Lethbridge (10) – FINAL|
|In the consolation final for 3rd place Lethbridge defeated Calgary (D3) 10-8 in 8 innings. Cruz Whitehead was the winning pitcher while Adam Bader took the loss for Calgary. Ashton Anderson went 2-3 with 3 RBI to lead Lethbridge.|
|Thursday, July 30|
|Game # 8 – D2 – Edmonton (5) vs. D1 – Sask (11) – FINAL|
|Saskatchewan defeated Edmonton 11-5 to force a second game. Winning pitcher for Saskatchewan was Sheridan Davis. Taking the loss for Edmonton was Peter Quenneville. Quenneville hit a home run with 2 RBI. The Saskatchewan bats came alive in the 6th inning scoring 9 runs. Tyler Bird was 3-4 (2 RBI) and Taylor Baker was 3-5 (2 RBI) to lead the team.|
|Game # 9 – D2 – Edmonton (0) vs. D1 – Sask (14) – FINAL|
|Saskatchewan won 14-0 behind the pitching of Jeremy Zver who pitched 6 2/3 innings, 3 hits, 1 walk and 9 strike outs. Dylan Tran came on to get the last out. Leading Saskatchewan offensively was Tyler Bird (4-5, 3 singles, double), Dustin Wilyman (3-4, triple & 2 RBI), Cooper Toppings (3-5 with 2 RBI). Saskatchewan advances to Saint John, NB for the Canadian Championship.|
Tournament Dates: July 27-30, 2009
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