Highland Hillsview Fastball League
Tues. Aug. 2
Hopeville travelled to Highland Park in Shelburne to battle the Schooners for second place but were left licking their their wounds after an 8 run first inning assault by the hosts. Solid defense from Steve Dearling, Caitlin Connor and winning pitcher Justin Pogson contributed to an eventual 14-2 final. Pogson struck out 6.
The Singhampton Sting also played host to the Feversham Fullbore at Badjeros- Maple Valley Community Park. Winning pitcher Clay Rowbotham and Justin Coe each had perfect three hit nights leading the visitors to a 15-4 victory. Josh Rowbotham took the loss for the Sting with relief help from Ted Clarke. Chad Jewsroon drove in two runs for Singhampton.
Wed. Aug. 3
Flesherton Knights travelled to Cory Graham Memorial Park In Feversham to play the Singhampton Royals. Keith Martell had four hits including a grand slam and Jason Podniewicz had fours hits including a three run homer to pace the Knights to a 26-11 win. Rick Jamieson and Dan Somerville had three hits each and scored three times each for the Royals. Rick Hill was the the starting and winning pitcher for Flesherton. Jamieson took the loss for the Royals.
Thurs. Aug. 4
Shelburne Schooners travelled to Badjeros-Maple Valley Community Park looking to sweep the season series with the Singhampton Sting. Paced by a lead off homerun by Kevin White, the Schooners had a big first inning for the second straight game scoring five times en route to a 10-0 final score. Rob Stinson went the distance for the shutout striking out 5 Sting batters. Caitlin Connor had five putouts in the outfield and Derek Glagow contributed four hits and a spectacular catch.
Fri. Aug. 5
First game Friday night saw the Markdale Raiders in Hopeville looking to edge closer to clinching first in the regular season. They were successful emerging with an 18-6 win. Matt Risk and Stan MacKenzie hit homeruns in support of winning pitcher Lyle Reynolds. Brad Herd took the loss for the Hurricanes with relief from Brad Crawford.
Flesherton Knights travelled to Dundalk and emerged with a sloppy 18-16 win over the Backline Bears after holding an early 14-2 advantage. Jessie Belfort had two doubles driving in four runs and Karl Reidl drove in two with a triple for the Knights. Jamie Loveday-Wight hit a 2 run homer for Dundalk. Adam Breadner, Rob Byers and Justin Grant also drove in two runs each. Riley Pearson was the winning pitcher and Ryan Welch took the loss.