Sunday, July 23, 2017

Central, Smitty's Play for Gold; Lightning Earn Bronze

Round-Robin Standings
WL
%Smitty's Terminators61
%Central Energy61
%Winnipeg Lightning52
*Manitoba Thunder43
*Westman Magic34
Interlake Phillies25
Manitoba Angels25
Eastman Wildcats06
%Smitty's, Central and Lightning will represent Manitoba at Softball Canada U14 Jamboree in Brampton, Ontario
*Thunder and Magic will represent Manitoba at U14 Westerns in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.
Sunday's Results/Schedule
Central 12 MB Thunder 3
Westman 8 Eastman 0
Smitty's 9 MB Angels 0
Wpg Lightnings 5 Interlake 0
MB Thunder 12 Interlake 0
MB Angels 9 Eastman 7
Central 7 Smitty's 2
Wpg Lightning 2 Westman 1
*Central vs. Smitty's, 6 p.m.
* - tiebreaker game to decided 1st/2nd place
Saturday's Results
Smitty's 5 MB Thunder 4
MB Angels 4 Westman 1
Interlake 11 Eastman 7
Wpg Lightning 7 Central 2
Central 7 Westman 2
MB Thunder 7 MB Angels 6
Wpg Lightning 10 Eastman 3
Smitty's 8 Interlake 1
Smitty's 11 Wpg Lightning 6
MB Thunder 14 Eastman 1
Central 8 MB Angels 3
Westman 8 Interlake 7 (8 Innings)
Friday's Results
Smitty's 10 Eastman 0
Wpg Lighting 2 MB Angels 0
Westman 6 MB Thunder 5 (8 Innings)
Central 13 Interlake 4
MB Thunder 4 Wpg Lightning 3
Smitty's 10 Westman 2
Interlake 11 MB Angels 4
Central 17 Eastman 0


Sunday’s Games Highlights

Central Energy 12 Manitoba Thunder 3

  The Energy kept their gold medal hopes alive with a decisive victory over the Thunder.  Anni Conrad had three singles and scored a pair of runs for the Energy while Zoey Pearce had four hits and three runs scored and Quinn McLaren added three hits and three runs.

 

Westman Magic 8 Eastman Wildcats 0

  Cassie Crerear had two hits, a stolen base and two runs scored as the Magic evened their record and kept their medal hopes alive.  Jasmine Horwood also scored a pair of runs for Westman.

 

Smitty’s Terminators 9 Manitoba Angels 0

  Jayda Neiles, Rylee Konowalchuk and Annabeth Carlburg scored two runs apiece as the Terminators remained undefeated.

 

Winnipeg Lightning 5 Interlake Phillies 0

  Samantha Bradbury had two hits and scored a run for the Lightning.

 

Manitoba Angels 9 Eastman Wildcats 7

  The Angels ended their Provincial Championship in a winning note, scoring three runs in the 5th and 6th innings for the victory over winless Eastman.  Maddy Wiebe and Denise Hammersley scored a pair of runs each for Manitoba.

 

Manitoba Thunder 12 Interlake Phillies 0

  The Thunder scored in four of the five innings played to beat the Phillies.  Dani Hawryluk scored three runs for the Thunder while Taha Bartel had three hits, including a triple.

 

Winnipeg Lightning 2 Westman Magic 1

  The Lightning secured a medal with a tight victory in a game that took just over an hour to complete.  The Lightning scored both of their runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to erase a 1-0 deficit.  Kiera Magarall had an RBI single and scored the winning run on a wild-pitch for Lightning.

Lian Flett singled twice and scored the lone run for the Magic.

 

Central Energy 7 Smitty’s Terminators 2

  A four-run 3rd inning powered the Energy to the victory and forced a playoff for the gold medal.  Kyra Penner had two hits and scored a pair of runs for Central.

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