Local Teams Make A Run At Canadian Softball Championships

The Chepstow Lang Farms U18 softball team finished 5th in the round robin with a record of 3-3 at the Canadian Championship in Saskatoon, SK.

The team now shifts into playoff mode today. Chepstow’s first game is at 10:30am ET against Colverdale, B.C. Game two will be against the host team, Saskatoon, at 4:30pm ET who went undefeated through the round robin. The┬áthird game will be played tomorrow against Prince Albert, SK.

Chepstow will have to finish first or second in playoff pool play to advance to the semi-final.

Round Robin Results:
Chepstow 7 Cloverdale 4
Newfoundland 15 Chepstow 10
Campbellford 12 Chepstow 11
Chepstow 21 Earl Grey 6
Saskatoon 7 Chepstow 4
Chepstow 9 Quebec 2


 

The Belmore Sting start the day in fourth place at 2-2 at the U16 Canadian Championship in Owen Sound.

Belmore beat Napanee 7-3 yesterday in the second day of action. The Sting then lost 9-1 to a Nova Scotia team.

The host, Shallow Lake, won two games. 10-1 over Kitchener-Waterloo and 14-7 over Warman, SK.

Belmore plays both Saskatchewan teams today, the Astros at 10:00am and then Poly Plus Pride at 1:00pm The Sting’s third game of the day will be against KW at 5:00pm.

Shallow Lake plays at noon and 3:00pm.