Youth Takes Lead Over Vets in KFL Finals

Kitchener, On

The Kitchener Phoenix Outlaw’s took a 2 games to 1 lead in the
finals of the Kitchener Fastball League

Under cloudy skies, and single digit temperatures, the younger
guys, proved they could handle the cold nights much better than
the veteran Waterloo Classics.

Phoenix dominated right from the start, scoring 2 runs in the
first inning, to put the Classics back on their heels, and unable
to recover. Phoenix scored 3 more in the 4th, and that was all
the scoring in the game, as Phoenix defeated the Classics 5-0

Trevor Beaston , Tim Dubois and Sean Geehan, lead the Phoenix
attack with 2 hits each, and Jeff Hatt, Mike Kelly, Jim Cullen,
Jeremy Cullin, Ritchie Gordon, and Brandon Roeder, chipped in
one apiece.

The Classics got hits from Jodie Schnarr and Don Stebbings.

Sean Geehan got the win for Phoenix tossing a fine 2 hitter and
collecting 11 K’s
Jim Schnarr took the loss for the Classics giving up 11 hits,
and recording 8 K’s..Peter Spitzig came on in relief in the last
inning, giving up 1 hit striking out 2.

Game 4 of the best of 5 series, goes Tuesday Oct 10th at Budd
Park at 7:00Pm

Rick Boyd

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