Provincial Championships 2013

August 6, 2013

Baseball BC would like to congratulate all of the teams that won Provincial Championships this past weekend at the various Provincial Championships throughout the province.

Baseball BC would also like to thank the countless volunteers and Associations for hosting these wonderful events to grow our game around BC.

The 13U (Peewee) AAA Provincial Championship wil happen this weekend in Prince George, followed by the 15U (Bantam) AAA Tier I Western Championships in Aldergrove on August 16-18.  

Division                     Gold Medal             Silver Medal

18U (Midget) AAA       Cloverdale              South Okanagen

18U (Midget) AA         Prince George         Duncan

15U (Bantam) AAA     Cloverdale               Vancouver Minor

15U (Bantam) AA       Victoria                   Vancouver Community

15U (Bantam) A         Campbell River        Cloverdale

13U (Peewee) AA       Burnaby Minor         Kelowna

13U (Peewee) A         Port Alberni            Vancouver Minor

11U (Mos.) AAA Tier 1  Victoria               Abbotsford

11U (Mos.) AAA Tier 2  Duncan                North Delta

11U (Mosquito) AA      Burnaby Minor       Ladysmith

10U (Mosquito) A        Abbotsford            Ladner

Photo courtesy of Abbotsford Angels Hardball Association

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