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Ontario Top 10 ISC II Rankings for June 30

Thursday, June 30th, 2005

As might be expected after winning two tough tournaments in June, the Niagara Snappers are the new number one atop the Ontario Top 10 Rankings. Previous month’s rankings are included in brackets.

1 (5) Niagara Snappers Won the highly competitive Snapper Shootout & the Innerkip qualifier beating Palermo twice & Norwich. Added Tim Neill, who was named to the All Tournament Team last year, for the ISC II Tournament of Champions.

2 (1) Tavistock Smully’s Merchants After losing in the semi’s to Niagara at Snapper Shootout, rebounded to win the Mitchell tournament. Informed speculation has Tavi looking for a middle infielder and possibly a pitcher for the ToC.

3 (8) Ottawa Team Easton Thunder Won the Blackburn qualifier along with the Baltimore and Manotick tournaments – Dan Konkle is on a roll on the mound, but if Dan Bradley is unable to go to Chippewa Falls, will need someone to back up DK.

4 (4) Palermo Athletics Pushed Snappers to “if” game in Innerkip beating Bridgeport & Elmira along the way. Looking to add a middle infielder for ToC, where they will also have Mike Joseph.

5 (3) Micksburg Twins Corey Costello strikes out 22 in 9 innings but couldn’t do it all himself in finishing second in Blackburn. Costello will be high on most team’s pickup list but it’s unknown if he can go to Wisconsin.

6 (2) Harriston Mercury’s Hand injury is keeping Ryan Diljee on the shelf. Joe German doing a lot of pitching while Scott Smith rounds into form. Adding Shaun Winship, Terry Martin and one other for ToC.

7 (7) Port Elgin Blue Devils Lost a close game to Tavistock in Mitchell. Burning up the Blue Water league, but rumour has it the BDs are scrambling for pickups for ToC.

8 (10) Bridgeport Braves Schnarr brothers carried Braves to 3rd at the qualifier after opening loss to Highgate. Have been invited to ToC.

9 (-) Elmira Cubs Good looking team lost two close games to Palermo & Bridgeport in finishing 4th at Innerkip after beating Alvinston, Durham and Glencoe.

10 (-) Cobourg Stingers Finished 3rd in Blackburn after a fourth place finish in Baltimore.

Honourable mentions:
Durham Eagles Tough time in Innerkip, but finished strong third in Baltimore.
Glencoe Astros Finished 5th in Innerkip – already starting to plan for next year.

Blair Setford
ISC II Commissioner
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ISC II #16 Lloydminster, AB Dodgers in Canada West ISC League action

Thursday, June 30th, 2005

Lloydminister, AB

Saturday June 25th – 10:00AM

Aspen Black Sox – 5
Lloyd Scope PMW Steel Dodgers – 3

WP – T. Ethier
LP – D. Jones

Pitching Notes…
D. Jones – 6 IP, 10 H, 10 SO, 5 ER, 3 BB

Hitting Notes…
S. Crandall – 1 for 2, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 R
B. Kennedy – 2 for 4, 1 R, 1 RBI

Saturday June 25th – 12:00 PM

Lloyd Scope PMW Steel Dodgers – 6
Calgary Cobras – 5

WP – K. Braithwaite
LP – T. McCabe

Pitching Notes…
K. Braithwaite – 7 IP, 7 H, 2 SO, 6 BB

Hitting Notes…
Evan Taylor – 1 for 4, 1 R
B. Kennedy – 2 for 3, 2 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI

Lloyd Scope PMW Steel Dodgers – 5
Saskatoon Jr. Diamondbacks – 8

WP – Z. Flath
LP – D. Atkinson

Pitching Notes…
D. Atkinson – 4 IP, 10 H, 4 SO, 2 BB
D. Jones – 3 IP, 4 H, 6 SO

Hitting Notes…
J. Dougan – 3 for 4, 1 R, 1 RBI
S. Crandall – 2 for 3, 2 R

Sunday June 26th – 12:00 PM

Lloyd Scope PMW Steel Dodgers – 9
Saskatoon Merchants – 2

WP – K. Braithwaite
LP – Kennon

Pitching Notes…
K. Braithwaite – 7 IP, 6 H, 2 SO, 2 BB

Hitting Notes…
Dean Jones – 3 for 3, 2 R
John pigott – 2 for 3, 2 R, 1 RBI

Sunday June 26th – 2:00 PM

Camrose Fury – 8
Lloyd Scope PMW Steel Dodgers – 4

WP – R. Grant
LP – D. Jones

Pitching Notes…
D. Jones – 6 IP, 10 H, 6 SO, 1 BB

Hitting Notes…
D. Jones – 2 for 3, 1 R, 1 RBI
T. Jeffery – 1 for 3, 1 R

Darcy Fasek
Lloydminster Scope PMW Steel Dodgers
Player Rep

Lack of Pitching Sinks ISC II #22 JRW & Associates at Rose Cup

Monday, June 27th, 2005

Monday June 27th, 2005

Portland, Oregon – JRW & Associates of Yakima, WA ended up with one pitcher on Saturday morning, June 24th, as they began Round Robin play in the 14 team Rose Cup. As a result, a disheartened JRW team went 0-3 in RR play and lost a Sunday morning single elimination game to eventual runner-up CR/DeMarini of Portland.

One pitcher recently went to the hospital with three blood clots in his leg and hasn’t pitched in the two weeks since. Then the team learned on Friday afternoon that the second pitcher could not get out of his work commitments (ate an $800 plane ticket). An OPEN class Calif pitcher had been lobbying to join a team for the Rose Cup. He was contacted early Friday evening and even had checked out the plane schedule to arrive in Portland on Sat morning. At 9:00 PM Friday night, he backed out.

To add to the setback, the JRW team started play with a 10 inning 5-3 loss to the Prince George, B.C. Black Bears. With the score tied at 2-2 in the bottom of the 6th, Dave Drotzmann (JRW) was on 3rd base when there was a passed ball. Dave broke for home, but stopped when catcher Chad Ghostkeeper (PG) made a great recovery. Then he fumbled the throw, but Dave had turned back to third.

An unearned run in that 6th inning allowed JRW to tie the score at 2-2. Another unearned run in the bottom of the 8th allowed JRW to match PG’s run in the first of three International tie-breaker innings.

In the top of the 10th, PG scored two runs on CF Brian Bailey’s single and Kevin Broboske’s Sac Fly. Relief pitcher Colin McKenzie (PG) struck out the side to preserve the victory.

Certainly didn’t need a 10-inning game to start the day with only one pitcher. With a win, JRW might have had 1-½ pitchers (emotionally) ready for the second game.

In the second RR game, the NorCal Mavericks started quick with three first inning runs, then fell behind by two runs because of three errors, but scored 3 runs in the B6 for a 7-5 victory over JRW. Manager Chris Wright let Pitcher Keith Frey struggle thru 5 !/3 innings, thin let ace Sonny Perkins finish up. And finish he did by striking out 4 of the last 5 JRW batters. Sonny also chipped in a 5th inning solo HR.

Pitcher Dave Drotzmann (JRW) also had a solo homer. Dave had 8 K’s and only two walks in a losing effort.

Needing a victory over # 19 ranked Team Rainey to even finish third in their pool in their last RR game, Manager Jim Williamson elected to rest his one pitcher for the next day’s playoff. Two infielders and one outfielder shared the pitching duties in the 13-1 blow-out. One highlight was JRW 2B Don Cawthron’s entry to the game with two outs in Team Rainey’s 7 run third inning. Don struck out his first batter on two pitches for the 3rd out. A second highlight was a single by 21 year old LF Jason Grow (JRW) to break up Villabalos’ no-hitter. SS Paul Reyes had JRW’s second and last hit in the 5th.

In Sunday morning’s single elimination game, eventual Rose Cup runner-up CR/Demarini pounded out 12 hits enroute to a 14-4 victory over JRW.

Center-fielder Kent Zweifel (CR) led the charge with two 3 run homers and a single for 6 RBI’s. In Kent’s first year back from college baseball, he sometimes would strike out 2-3 times a game. Kent takes a very healthy cut and now has certainly made the adjustment to big-time softball. Kent was named to the All-Tournament team. 3B Rob Gehrke (CR) had a solo HR. No surprise as Gehrke hits home runs off everybody.

After struggling in the ISC II qualifier tournament, SS Paul Reyes (JRW) capped off a .333, 3 RBI weekend with a solo HR off Mark Bennett.

Next action for the JRW squad will be the Phil Hunt Memorial Tournament in Everett, WA on July 9-10. This tournament is also a fund-raiser for the Burn Children Recovery Foundation (BCRF).

Game One (Sat)
Prince George, BC 011 000 010 2 5 – 5 – 2
JRW & Associates, Yakima 000 011 010 0 3 – 4 – 2

Kevin Careless (WP), Colin McKenzie, (10th) and Chad Ghostkeeper; Dave Drotzmann (LP) and Troy Grow.

C Troy Grow (JRW) 1-4, 1 R; RF Bob Harris (JRW) 1-4, 1 R, 1 RBI
Pitching: Dave Drotzmann (JRW) 10 IP, 4 ER, 4 W, 5 K’s

Game Two (Sat)
JRW & Associates, Yakima 221 000 0 5 – 5 – 3
NorCal Mavericks, Stockton 300 013 x 7 – 9 – 3

Dave Drotzmann (LP) and Troy Grow: Keith Frey, Sonny Perkins (6th) (WP) and Kevin Kennedy

Highlights: HR’s – Dave Drotzmann (JRW), solo in 3rd; Troy Parker (NCM), 2 Run in 1st; Sonny Perkins (NCM) solo in 5th as DH.
SS Paul Reyes (JRW) 1-3, 1 R, 1 RBI; C Troy Grow (JRW) 1-3, 1 R, 1 RBI; P Dave Drotznann (JRW) 1-3, 2 R, 1 RBI
Pitching: Dave Drotzman (JRW) 6 IP, 4 ER, 2 W, 8 K’s

Game Three (Sat)
Team Rainey, Whittier, CA 307 30 13 – 12 – 1
JRW & Associates, Yakima 100 00 1 – 2 – 2

Alejando Villabalos (WP) and Tony Acedo, Jack Andreas (LP), Don Cawthron (3rd), Jason Grow (5th) and Bob Harris
SS Paul Reyes (JRW) 1-2, 1 R; LF Jason Grow (JRW) 1-2; RF Troy Grow (JRW) 1 RBI

Game Four (Sun) – Single Elimination Round Starts
CR/DeMarini, Portlard, OR 501 107 14 – 12 – 2
JRW & Associates, Yakima 000 301 4 – 6 – 2

Mike Warren (WP), Mark Bennett (5th) and Ken Kvarnstrom; Dave Drotzmann (LP) and Troy Grow
2B Don Cawthron (JRW) 1 RBI; SS Paul Reyes (JRW) 2-4, 2 R, 2 RBI

The weather was perfect all weekend. Many thanks to TD Roger Jones, PDX Metro ASA Commissioner Ron Boley and behind the scenes Tom Ree for an outstanding tournament. After an opening game glitch, FP West’s Jim Flanagan broadcast some of the key tournament games. Also Jim’s posting to his web site provided teams and fans with all the tournament information. Great job, fellas !!!

ISC II #32 Hermann, MO Black Gold go 4-0 to win tournament over Radom Falcons

Monday, June 27th, 2005

Hermann, MO

Hermann, MO

The ISC II #32 ranked Black Gold of Hermann, MO successfully repeated as champions of its home town tournament the Rivertown Classic. Black Gold went 4-0 to raise its record to 24-7 and claim its second tournament championship of the season.

Game 1
Redbirds – Sedalia, MO 1 4 2
Black Gold – Hermann, MO 2 7 2

WP – Steinbeck 7IP, 4H, 1R, 0ER, 9K
LP – Landreth 6IP, 7H, 2R, 2ER, 1K
Isrealson 2-4 2-2B R RBI, Coon 1-2 R

Game 2 – 6 inning run rule
Kelso Fastpitch – Kelso, MO 0 0 2
Black Gold – Hermann, MO 8 9 2

WP – Steinbeck 6IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER, 13K
LP – Ressel 52/3IP, 10H, 8R, 7ER, 3K
Isrealson 2-3 2B HR RBI, C. Speckhals 2-3 2R, K. Speckhals 1-4 HR
2RBI, Kahle 2-3 2B 2R RBI, McMillen 2-2 R RBI

Game 3 – Winners Bracket Final – 8 innings
Black Gold – Hermann, MO 2 5 1
Lee’s Sports Falcons – Radom, IL 0 3 0

WP – Steinbeck 8IP, 3H, 0R, 0ER, 9K
LP – Kiselewski 8IP, 5H, 2R, 2ER, 9K
Isrealson 2-4 2B, Morris 2-3 3B R, Haeffner 1-3 3B R RBI

Game 4 – Championship Game – 12 innings
Lee’s Sports Falcons – Radom, IL 5 10 1
Black Gold – Hermann, MO 6 14 3

WP – Steinbeck 4IP, 2H, 0R, 0ER, 9K
In relief of A. Speckhals 7IP, 9H, 5R, 5ER, 6K
LP – Radke 10 1/3 IP, 14H, 6R, 6ER, 10K
Isrealson 3-6 2-2B 2R, K. Speckhals 3-5 2B 2R RBI, Steinbeck 2-4 2B
R RBI, McMillen 3-5 2B 4RBI

Thank you,
Eric Steinbeck, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Missouri
(314) 923-8646

ISC II #3 Ottawa (formerly Kanata) Team Easton tops ISC II #11 Micksburg Twins in final of Eastern Canada (eastern Ontario) qualifier

Monday, June 27th, 2005

Blackburn, ON

Ottawa Team Easton Thunder won the ISC II Qualifier in Blackburn, defeating Micksburg Twins 3-1 in the “if” game. Dan Konkle had the win, with Dan Bradley getting the save. Corey Costello took the loss.

Ottawa won the first final game 7-1 in a 5-inning game.

Ottawa lost to Micksburg 1-0 in a nine-inning game in the winner’s bracket final on Saturday night, which saw Corey Costello throw a one-hit shutout with 22Ks, and Dan Konkle throwing a four-hitter with 17Ks. Corey Costello also had the game winning RBI.

Ottawa defeated Cobourg Stingers 1-0 in the loser’s bracket final to reach the final.

Cobourg defeated host Blackburn 3-1 on Sunday morning to reach the loser’s side final.

Sunday’s games:
Game 16
Cobourg 3
Blackburn 1
WP: John Swaine
LP: Shannon Borho
HR: Blackburn – Steve Walman
Game MVP: Lyle Brown (Cobourg) 1-1, 2B, game winning 2 RBI in 3 run 6th.

Game 17
Team Easton 1
Cobourg 0
WP: Dan Konkle (in relief of Dan Bradley)
LP: Jason Benne
Game MVP: Scott Harriot (Ottawa) 1-3, 2B, game winning run

Game 18 – Final game #1
Team Easton 7
Micksburg 1
WP: Dan Bradley
LP: Corey Costello (with relief from Joey Costello)
HR: Ottawa – Dan Jessiman (2)
Game MVP: Dan Jessiman (Ottawa) 2-3, 2 HR, 6 RBIs, 2 Runs

Game 19 – If necessary game
Team Easton 3
Micksburg 1
WP: Dan Konkle (with relief from Dan Bradley)
LP: Corey Costello
HR: Ottawa – Dan Tubman, Corey Morrison
Micksburg – Chad Costello
Game MVP: Corey Morrison (Ottawa) 2-3, game winning HR in the 5th, 2B, 2 RBI, run

Results at

Final order of finish:

1. Ottawa Team Easton 5-1
2. Micksburg 3-2
3. Cobourg 3-2
4. Blackburn 2-2
T5. Fitzroy Harbour 2-2
T5. Manotick 2-2
T7. Ottawa Valley 1-2
T7. Quyon 1-2
T9. Napanee 0-2
T9. Navan 0-2

Adam Brown
Fitzroy Harbour WC Electric

Selected ISC II Scores from Portland Rose Cup – updated

Sunday, June 26th, 2005

Saturday, June 25, 2005 – Round Robin Pool Play Results

Game 6
Prince George, B.C., 5
ISC II #22 JRW & Associates, WA, 3
WP-Kevin Careless
LP-Dave Drotzman

Game 7
Team Rainey, CA, 8
ISC II (unranked) NorCal Mavericks, CA, 2
WP-Bricklen Anderson
LP-Sonny Perkins – note that Sonny Perkins is not eligible for ISC II

Game 15
ISC II (unranked) NorCal Mavericks, CA, 7
ISC II #22 JRW & Associates, WA, 5
WP-Sonny Perkins – note that Sonny Perkins is not eligible for ISC II
LP-Dave Drotzman
5pm Games

Game 20
Prince George, BC, 6
ISC II (unranked) NorCal Mavericks, CA 2
WP-Kevin Careless
LP-Keith Frye

Game 21
Team Rainey, CA 13
ISC II #22 JRW & Associaties, WA, 1, 5 innings
WP-Alejandro Villalobos

Sunday June 26
Castlewood, UT 9
NorCal Mavericks 7

Portland CR/DeMarini 14
JRW & Associates 4

Jim Flanagan

Selected ISC II results from Eau Claire, WI Classic – updated

Sunday, June 26th, 2005

Eau Claire, WI

Circle Tap 7, ISC II (unranked) Leinenkugel Legends (playing as Tailgates ) 0
(Jun 24, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Tailgates……….. 000 00 – 0 0 0 (0-1)
Circle Tap………. 240 01 – 7 9 0 (1-0)
WP-O’Brien,R(1-0) LP-Carney,R(0-1) T- A-0

County Materials 6, ISC II (unranked) PJ’s Log Jam 0
(Jun 24, 2005 at Eau Claire)
County Materials…. 103 20 – 6 6 0 (1-0)
PJ’s Log Jam…….. 000 00 – 0 0 2 (0-1)
WP-Mata,L(1-0) LP-Fochs,T(0-1) T- A-0
HR COUNTY – Kiefel,K
County Materials Mata and Kirkpatrick combine for a no hitter
County Materials Kris Keifel 3-3 (HR,2b,1b)

Kegel Black Knights 9, ISC II (unranked) Rice Lake Orangemen 0
(Jun 24, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Kegel Black Knights. 621 000 – 9 9 1 (1-0)
Rice Lake Orangemen. 000 00X – 0 1 2 (0-1)
WP-Langely,S(1-0) LP-Cushman,L(0-1) T- A-0
HR KEGEL – Ellsworth,J, Clarkson,D, Boom,B 2
GS HR and solo HR for Kegel Black Knights’ BJ Boom

ISC #5 Circle Tap 8, ISC II #26 Fischer Group 1
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Circle Tap………. 301 13 – 8 10 3 (2-1)
Fischer Group……. 010 00 – 1 1 1 (0-3)
WP-Hennigar,J LP-Glaubitz,T T- A-0
HR CIRCLE – Magnusson,K, Delarwelle,C 2, O’Brien,R, Reichardt,K
Circle Tap’s Chris Delarwelle 3-3 (2 HR, 1B)

Heflin-St. Louis 1, Tailgates (Leinenkugel Legends) 0
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Tailgates……….. 000 000 0 – 0 1 0 (1-2)
Heflin-St. Louis…. 000 000 1 – 1 6 0 (3-0)
WP-Urqohart,B LP-Carney,R T- A-0
HR HEFLIN – Armitage,M
Heflin’s Mike Armitage scored on an in-the-park HR in the bottom of the 7th with two outs to give Heflin the win

Rice Lake Orangemen 6, PJ’s Log Jam 2
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
PJ’s Log Jam…….. 100 001 0 – 2 7 2 (0-3)
Rice Lake Orangemen. 410 100 X – 6 7 1 (1-2)
WP-Cushman,L LP-Fochs,T T- A-0
HR RICE – Hall,T, Candler,T

Tailgates (Leinenkugel Legends) 3, Fischer Group 1
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Fischer Group……. 000 010 0 – 1 5 1 (0-2)
Tailgates……….. 012 000 X – 3 4 1 (1-1)
WP-Carney,R LP-Parsons,T T- A-0
Tailgates’ Mark Stickney makes a diving catch, recovers to make it a double play

Kegel Black Knights 10, PJ’s Log Jam 3
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Kegel Black Knights. 400 231 – 10 9 0 (2-0)
PJ’s Log Jam…….. 020 100 – 3 4 1 (0-2)
WP-Byrne,D(1-0) LP-Kamke,K(0-1) T- A-0
HR KEGEL – Ellsworth,J, Clarkson,D, Geisbrecht,N
HR PJSLOG – Hahn,J, Fochs,T

County Materials 6, Rice Lake Orangemen 0
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
County Materials…. 400 010 1 – 6 6 0 (2-0)
Rice Lake Orangemen. 000 000 0 – 0 0 0 (0-2)
WP-Zack,D(1-0) LP-Cushman,L(0-2) T- A-0
HR COUNTY – Goolagong,J, Kiefel,K, Rona,B

Heflin-St. Louis 6, Fischer Group 0
(Jun 25, 2005 at Eau Claire)
Fischer Group……. 000 000 0 – 0 1 1 (0-1)
Heflin-St. Louis…. 000 420 X – 6 9 1 (1-0)
WP-Urqohart,B(1-0) LP-Sowers,B(0-1) T- A-0
HR HEFLIN – Armitage,M

Stu Taylor

Corey Costello on fire Saturday at Eastern Canada (eastern Ontario) ISC II Qualifier

Sunday, June 26th, 2005

Here are the results from Saturday at the Eastern Ontario ISC II Qualifier in Blackburn Hamlet Ontario. The weather was hot and muggy all day with the exception of a one-hour rain delay that cooled fans and players down. More hot and humid weather forecasted for tomorrow. Here are the Saturday results.

Game 5
ISC II #3 Kanata Team Easton 6
Fitzroy Harbour 0
WP: Dan Bradley
LP: Mark Wright
HR: Kanata – Todd Fraser, Dan Jessiman
Game MVP: Dan Bradley (Kanata) 6 inn, 0 runs, 2 hits, 10Ks, 3BB

Game 6
ISC II #11 Micksburg Twins 5
Manotick 0
WP: Corey Costello
LP: Trevor Lahey
HR: Micksburg – Jamie Mick, Corey Costello, Shawn Costello

Game 7
Quyon 3
Navan 1

Game 8
Ottawa Valley 3
Napanee 2

Game 9
Fitzroy Harbour 9
Quyon 1

Game 10
Manotick 7
Ottawa Valley 4

Game 11
Kanata 4
Cobourg 1
WP: Dan Konkle (with relief from Dan Bradley)
LP: Jeff Murphy

Game 12
Micksburg 9
Blackburn 2
WP: Corey Costello
LP: Mike Goodfellow (with relief from Tom Burchill)
HR: Blackburn – Shannon Borho
Micksburg – Shawn Costello, Jamie Mick, Corey Costello (2)
Game MVP: Jamie Mick (Micksburg) 3-3, HR, 4 runs, 3 RBI

Game 13
Cobourg 8
Manotick 2
WP: Jason Benne
LP: Tony Riches
HR: Cobourg – Jeff Hannah, Derek Coyle

Game 14
Blackburn 4
Fitzroy 2
WP: Shannon Borho
LP: Len Berger (with relief from Mark Wright)
HR: Fitzroy – Steve Johnson
Game MVP: Terry Jones (Blackburn) 1-3, 3B, run

Game 15
Micksburg Twins 1
Kanata Team Easton 0 – 9 innings
Winning pitcher: Corey Costello 9 inn, 1 hit, 22Ks, 1BB, 1HP
Losing pitcher: Dan Konkle 9 inn, 4 hits, 17Ks

Corey Costello drives in winning run in the top of the 9th with a single.

Corey Costello’s pitching line for the day, 19.2 innings, 4 hits, 44Ks, 4BB

Play continues Sunday at the Arena Diamond.

9am Blackburn vs. Cobourg
11am Winner vs. Kanata
1pm Finals
3pm If necessary game.

Tim Keyes
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Eastern Canada (eastern Ontario) ISC II Qualifier Friday night scores

Saturday, June 25th, 2005

Here are the results for Friday night at the Eastern Ontario ISC II qualifier in Blackburn Ontario.

Game 1
Napanee Express 4
Fitzroy Harbour West Carleton Electric 5
WP: Mark Wright (in relief of Bud Hanlon)
LP: Andrew Madden
HR: Napanee – Andrew Wemp, Andrew Madden (to tie the game in the 7th)
Fitzroy Harbour – Charlie Ross
Game MVP: Charlie Ross (Fitzroy) 3-3 1B, 2B, HR, 2 RBI

Game 2
Manotick Lomor Printers 8
Quyon Flyers 0
WP: Trevor Lahey
Game MVP: Trevor Lahey, 5 inning perfect game, 9Ks

Game 3
Cobourg Stingers 9
Navan Rookies 1
WP:Jason Benne
LP: Stew Shonfeld (with relief from Gilles Roy)
HR: Cobourg – Derek Coyle
Game MVP – Rusty Brooks (Cobourg) 3-3 3B, 1 run, 3RBIs

Game 4
Blackburn Bombers 4
Ottawa Valley Raiders 1
WP: Shannon Borho
LP: David Eschli (with relief from Jesse Milne)
HR: Valley – Rich Antunes
Game MVP: Shannon Borho (Blackburn) 7inn, 1run, 6 hits, 2BB, 2HBP, 7Ks and 1-3 2B, RBI

Tomorrows games start at 8am at the Blackburn arena diamond and Tauvette.

ISC II #3 Kanata Team Easton vs. Fitzroy Harbour WC Electric
Navan Rookies vs. Quyon Flyers

ISC II #11 Micksburg Twins vs Manotick Lomor Printers
Napanee Express vs. Ottawa Valley Raiders

Kanata/Fitzroy winner vs. Cobourg Stingers

Micksburg/Manotick winner vs. Blackburn Bombers

Visit more detailed boxscores when the become available.

Tim Keyes
Runaware Inc.
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ISC II #8 Niagara Snappers add Tim Neill for ISC II Tournament of Champions

Friday, June 24th, 2005

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

The Niagara Snappers are pleased to announce the addition of veteran pitcher Tim Neill to the Snappers ISC II roster. The Snappers have secured a berth to this year’s ISC II Tournament of Champions held in Eau Claire/Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin after winning the ISC II Qualifier last weekend in Innerkip.

Tim was named to the All Tournament team at the 2004 ISC II ToC. He currently plays for the Norwich Razorbacks of the ISC Travel League and has a ton of big game experience. The Snappers look forward to seeing him in the Snapper Red and Black and on behalf of the entire team and it’s fans, we would like to welcome Tim to the Snapper family.

Here is a look at the 18-man roster that will vie for the right to call themselves Champions of the ISC II.

00 – Scott Young
2 – Tim Neil
7 – Matt Bedrosian
9 – Alex Szockyj
10 – Pete Dobbin
14 – Byron Demoe
15 – Kevin Newhouse
19 – Trevor Falk
22 – Jim Wilson
24 – Mike Bateman
25 – Kres Andersen
30 – Dean Carr
33 – Jarrod Burtt
41 – Dan Duemo
44 – Todd Dawdy
55 – Dan Bernard
77 – Perry Bartley
91 – Jay Paylove

Niagara Snappers Fastball…Good Guys!…Great Game!

Perry Bartley
Niagara Snappers Fastball Club

ISC II #8 Niagara Snappers split with ISC II #4 Norwich Razorbacks

Friday, June 24th, 2005

ISC Travel League of Eastern Canada

Game #1
Niagara 1
Norwich 0
WP: Jay Paylove
LP: Todd Winkworth

Game #2
Norwich 2
Niagara 0
WP: Tim Neil
LP: Dan Duemo

ISC II #6 Palermo Athletics split with ISC #13 Kitchener Twins

Friday, June 24th, 2005

Kitchener, ON

ISC Travel League of Eastern Canada

Game 43
Palermo 9
Kitchener 8

WP Gord Scott
LP Greg Debelleval in relief of Jeremy Debelleval who took a line shot off
of his glove hand in the 1st inning.

Game 44
Kitchener 6
Palermo 0

WP Don Scott
LP Chris McColl with Mike Joseph in relief

Grand Slam for Kitchener’s Brian Roote to end the game by way of the mercy