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Date: August 9th 2014
Rain Date: August 10th 2014
At Brook Park
Two games of 6 on 6
Maximum of 8 players per team
Free face painting
Free lunch for all participating players
Medals and T-shirt for all the players
Registration Fee: $100 per team
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What a great time we had ! We opened the tournament with a loss to Blainville (10 – 3) and then beat Chaudieres (5 – 3) in the 2nd game to take 3rd spot in our pool . We then beat Beauport (12 – 6) in the quarter-finals , and lost to Pointe-aux-Trembles (12 – 11) in the semi-finals . The Junior BB Dodgers win the BRONZE medal game with a win over Chaudieres (12 – 6)
The Midget “ A” Dodgers bounced back from a loss in the final of the St Marthe sur le Lac tournament two Sundays ago ,10-7 vs St Jerome ,with a victory over Montreal Nord tournament hosts Monarques ,13-7 to be declared tournament Champs. On their way to victory, the Dodgers defeated the Seigneurs de Repentigny, Gladiatuers deTerrbonne , Ambassaduers St-Hubert (Extra innings 12-6) and the Spartiates de Boisbrisand in the Sunday morning semi-final . It was hard to pick out peak performances as it was a team effort. Benoit Forget was named Manager of the tournament by his players and assistant coaches. Team was well supported by a family of fans, a magnificent brunch in the park put on by Lucie Larose and the Dodger moms contributed to the victory!
The Peewee A dodgers bring home the silver at the St Julie tournament.
The tournament had 16 team participating.
The Dodgers won four games to get to the final.
They scored 55 runs in the tournament.
Repentigny 8-6- Raphael Kilbertus player of the game
Beloeil 15-4 – Jake Mc Greggor player of the game
St. Jean de Chrysostome 19-10 – Massimo Rosati player of game
St Jean sur le Richelieu 11-3 – Matthew Carrington player of game
Lost the final to Laval Nord 10-2 Sena Catterall player of the game.
The rising popularity of baseball has paved the way for a new league this fall when the first-ever CEGEP league gets underway in September. Under the auspices of the RSEQ, five Montreal-based teams (Ahuntsic, Édouard-Montpetit, Lionel-Groulx, Lanaudière and John Abbott College) will play a 12-game schedule. A one-day tournament will determine the league champion in October.