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GBA holds Day of Champs; Cookies don't crumble in T-Ball championship match
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 1 Sep 2006, p. 17, 19


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Lead-off hitter Brennan McLaughlin had two hits, including a home run, to lead T.C. Cookies to a 20-17 victory over Tim Hortons Athletics in the Georgetown Baseball Association T-Ball Day of Champs gold medal game at the Georgetown Fairgrounds. Spencer McInnis, Lauren Cordick, Zach McCrae, Lucia Oram, Jacob Warrington, Adam Montpetit, Hayden Fennell and Adriano Mamone also had two hits apiece for the champs. Spencer Lahn, Ryan Douglas, Kyle Leger, Cameron Hahnfield, William Seal and William Dolomont also had big hits for the A's. Bronze medal: Tim Hortons #1 21, Tim Hortons #2 16 William Dolomont pounded out two homers as the #1 Athletics outlasted Tim Hortons #2 for consolation honours. Spencer Lahn and Ryan Douglas also smacked homers, as did Josh Presswood and Jeevan Kapila for #2. Ethan Yeo, Mitchell Hood, Christian Indelicato and Alec Shevell contributed two hits each. attack. Scott Morrison, Shaun Riedstra and Justin Wilde each crossed home plate twice for the winning side. Jeff Lang, T.J. Baker, James Seymour and Bradley Seguin chipped in offensively for Godfather's. Bronze medal: Georgetown Stereo & TV Orioles 16, Smitty's Restaurant Phillies 9 A nine-run seventh inning broke open a close contest and gave the O's the championship over the Phillies in extra innings. Adam Schmidt, Austin Cavan, Cam Sheppard, Matt Boulanger, Jack Britton, Kyle Robinson and Patrick Ryan drove in runs in the big seventh frame. Zach Beaulieu, Trevor Burwell, Brett Pierce, Robbie Johnson and Ryan Langley helped the Phillies rally late to send the game into extra innings.

Mosquito

Gold medal: Office Magic 10, United Lumber/Home Hardware 8 The Office Magic Dodgers scored four times in their final at-bat to defeat the United Lumber/Home Hardware Athletics 10-8 in the final. Spencer Sykes, Tom Stone, Nicholas Haeuserer, Derek Vervoorn, Jake Cameron and Lukas Juskowiak helped spearhead the Athletics' rally. Brandon Paul, Jeffrey Richards, David Jones, Sean Neumann, Matthew Montpetit and Connor Mitchell got the Dodgers off to a fine start with a five-run first inning. Bronze medal: Rothsay Reds 12, Acton Chudleigh's 7 Jumping out to a 9-2 lead, the Rothsay Reds held on for a 12-7 victory over Acton Chudleigh's for consolation honours. Chandler Oke, Dakota McCutcheon, Allan Hickmott, Jamie Peddie and Anthony Zamperoni ignited a couple of offensive outbursts for the Reds. Game MVP Savannah Muir, Mason Overland and season MVP David Bickers wielded hot bats for Chudleigh's. Brett McIntyre was named the most sportsmanlike player and Joey Hepburn most improved. See McDONALD's, pg. 19

Squirt

Gold medal: Royal Canadian Legion Pirates 30, Johnson & Associates Cardinals 20 Zachary Cunningham and Eric Taylor each had two hits and scored four runs in the Legion's potent offensive showing against the J&A Cardinals in the championship. Tyler Wise, Matthew Horwood and Jayden Wright also had good days at the plate for the Pirates. The Cardinals' Matthew Weekes belted two doubles and four RBIs to lead his team. Dylan Carey, Alexander Ratcliffe, Kayla Hartman and Tyler Ward picked up three hits each. Bronze medal: No results available.

Raiders tie Buzzers

Brian Potacco (9) of the St. Michael's Buzzers is stymied by Georgetown Raiders' netminder Troy Passingham during their Ontario Provincial Jr. A Hockey League exhibition contest Tuesday in Acton. The Raiders' pre-season record moved to 1-1-1 after playing to a 5-5 draw. Jeremy Whelan (2), Adam DeJong, Rob Sgarbossa and Matt Carter scored for Georgetown, which hosts Ajax tonight (Friday) in Acton at 7 p.m. The teams meet again Tuesday in Ajax, with the Raiders beginning their regular season at home on Saturday, Sept. 9 versus the Milton IceHawks. Photo by Eamonn Maher

Peewee

Gold medal: Rainbow Trophies 15, Acton Godfather's Pizza 4 Benjamin Passmore's sixth-inning homer sealed the victory for Rainbow Trophies and Matthew Doughty reached base in three out of four at-bats to key a patient

McDonald's wins Rookie title

Continued from pg. 17

Rookie Ball

Gold medal: McDonaldÕ s Restaurant 14, Nellis Construction 6 Bronze medal: Prosperity One 7, Robert Brakel & Assoc. 6

Bantam

Gold medal: Georgetown Lions Club 4, Acton Legion 1 Bronze medal: Triple A Cheese 9, Acton Home Hardware 7


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Date of Publication:
1 Sep 2006
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Halton.News.210420
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GBA holds Day of Champs; Cookies don't crumble in T-Ball championship match