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Baseball BC Provincial Championships Recap Edition

North Shore Twins take home 15U AAA title after epic comeback in semi final

The North Shore Twins 15U AAA squad shocked those in attendance and overcame a 7-1 deficit in the top of the 7th inning in their semi final matchup against a tough Delta Tigers squad to win 8-7 before defeating Langley Blaze Blue 10-0 in the tournament final and earning the right to represent BC at Baseball Canada's Ray Carter Cup in Oshawa, Ontario in their bid for national supremacy.

Langley Blaze Blue earned the right to represent BC at the 15U AAA Western Championships in Winkler, Manitoba for finishing 2nd at the tournament.


Including the qualification process, 14 teams competed in the most hotly contested provincial championship in the province.

Baseball BC would like to express its gratitude to the White Rock Tritons and Delta Tigers organizations and their parent associations for hosting the championship and qualifier as well as the the various volunteers and staff required to make this event possible.

Ray Carter Cup - 15U National Tournament Information & Results
15U AAA Westerns Schedule & Results

White Rock Tritons advance to 18U Nationals after victory in 18U AAA Tier 1

The first national championship berth of the summer was also determined at White Rock's South Surrey Athletic Park and it was the host Tritons squad earning the right to represent BC at the national championships in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

Tournament runners-up Parksville Royals were a perfect 4-0 through round-robin play, however were unable to cap off the tournament as the host Tritons outlasted the North Island squad 12-2 in the tournament final.

Thanks to the White Rock Tritons for hosting a well run event!

Baseball Canada 18U Championship Results

Burnaby Braves outlast the field en route to berth at Dairy Queen 13U Nationals 

The Burnaby Braves earned the title of Team BC at the DQ 13U National Championships in Woodstock, Ontario by going a perfect 5-0 to capture the provincial championship at the 13U AAA event held in Abbotsford, BC

By virtue of reaching the final, the White Rock Tritons also get to represent BC, this time at the DQ 13U AAA Western Championship in Brandon, Manitoba.

Baseball BC would like to extend its gratitude to the Abbotsford Angels association who hosted both the 13U AAA and 13U AA events and their immense efforts off the field to keep the tournaments happening despite being unable to compete at the 13U AAA level due to their winning the BC Baseball Association championship which committed the team to a different travel tournament in San Diego.

DQ 13U National Championship Schedule & Results
DQ 13U Western Championship Results

Burnaby Bulldogs reclaim Senior AAA title in Victoria & berth in 2019 Nationals

The Burnaby Bulldogs took home the province's Senior AAA crown in Victoria by virtue of defeating the 2017 champion Coquitlam Angels 4-0 in the championship game.

Burnaby rode strong pitching and defense throughout the tournament as well as a game-tying 2-run home run in the 7th inning by top hitter Jeff Bouchard during round-robin play against Nanaimo (Burnaby would eventually win 3-2 in extra innings) which gave the Bulldogs a berth directly to the semi-finals.

Tournament MVP and top pitcher Braeden Allemann threw 2 complete games, including a no-hitter against host Victoria 2 in the semi-final.

Burnaby earns the right to represent BC at the 2019 mens championships in Chatham, New Brunswick.

Victoria is hosting the 2018 mens championships and BC will be well represented by the Coquitlam Angels as well as the host Victoria squad at the tournament to be played between Royal Athletic Park and Lambrick Park this August.

Baseball Canada Mens Championship Schedule & Results

18U AAA Tier 2 Champions are the Coquitlam Redlegs

The Coquitlam Redlegs are provincial champions at 18U AAA Tier 2 and will represent BC at the 18U AAA Western Canadian Championship hosted at by the North Shore Jr Twins at Parkgate Park.

Coquitlam outlasted the 6-team field and defeated the Jr Twins by a score of 14-3 in the tournament final.

Thank you to the Coquitlam Reds association for hosting the event at Mundy Park and good luck to both Coquitlam and North Shore representing BC at Westerns in North Vancouver!

18U AAA Westerns Schedule & Results

15U AA Championship goes to Tri City Thunder in an extra inning thriller

Chilliwack was the site for a great final battle between the Prince George Knights and Tri City Thunder for a berth in the 15U AA Westerns and a trip to La Broquerie, Manitoba as Team BC.

Tied 1-1 after 7 complete innings, Tri City lead off the 8th inning with a base hit.  A sacrifice bunt moved the runner to 2nd base and a base hit brought up a play at the plate as the runner tried to score.  It appeared as though Prince George threw out the runner at home, however when the dust settled the catcher had dropped the ball and score what turned out to be the winning run and sent Tri City through to the Western Canadaian Championships.

Baseball BC expresses its gratitude to Chilliwack Minor Baseball for running a well-organized event and thank you to all the teams and volunteers who participated.

15U AA Westerns Schedule & Results

Abbotsford wins very competitive 13U AA Championship and trip to Manitoba

The host Abbotsford Angels showed the strength and endurance needed to outlast the competition at the 13U AA tournament championship in Abbotsford and move on to represent BC at the 13U AA Western Canadian Championships in La Broquerie, Manitoba.

An exciting final day saw Abbotsford upset the top-seeded Campbell River Tyees 4-3 in semi-final action, while North Saanich/Beacon Hill out-slugged the North Delta Rays 14-12 in the other semi final.  Abbotsford eeked out an 8-7 win in the final game over Beacon Hill to earn 13U AA supremacy.

Thanks to all the volunteers and tournament organizers in Abbotsford for doing such a great job to put the event on for the kids!

13U AA Westerns Schedule & Results

Prince George captures 18U AA title in unique "traveling" provincial championship

The lack of a singular host association did not deter 5 teams from entering the 18U AA provincial championship which made use of fields in Coquitlam, Ladner, Burnaby and Whalley to determine the top 18U AA team in the province and another trip to La Broquerie, Manitoba as Team BC.

The Prince George Knights finished 1st in the round-robin portion tournament, earning a bye directly to the final game while Ladner and New Westminster battled it out in the semi-final with Ladner eeking out a 7-6 victory over the gritty Queen's Park based squad.

The Knights' supremacy showed in the final, as they managed a 13-4 victory over the Ladner side to book their ticket to Manitoba and Team BC honors.

Baseball BC would like to thank the various organizations who made field time available to make the event happen as well as the volunteers, scorekeepers and officials who all kept up with the traveling event.

18U AA Westerns Schedule & Results

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