Ross Royals clinch first in baseball loop

GUELPH – The Ross Royals clinched a first-place finish in the District 4/10 high school baseball league standings with an 11-1 victory over the Guelph CVI Green Gaels Wednesday at Pearson Park.

Details from the game were not reported.

With each team having one game to play in the regular season, Ross’s lead is unassailable as the Royals head the league with a 6-0-0 record. Following are the Centennial Spartans (3-1-2), Lourdes Crusaders (4-2-0), GCVI (3-2-1), St. James Lions (2-3-1), Bishop Macdonell Celtics (2-4-0), Westside Thunder (1-5-0) and Centre Dufferin Royals (1-5-0).

Weather permitting, the regular season is to finish Thursday and the playoffs are to start with Monday’s quarter-finals.

 

Centennial 11 Bishop Macdonell 4

Thomas Devereaux was the winning pitcher for Centennial as he yielded three earned runs in four innings and he had three strikeouts. Senna Amani went 3-for-4 with an RBI while Brodey Hlushko also went 3-for-4. One of his hits was a double and he drove in two runs. Trent Devine also went 3-for-4.

Alex Vandenberg was tagged with the loss on the mound for Bishop Mac. He had a strikeout in 3 2/3 innings. Kyle Fraser went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI and Hayden Wesseling went 1-for-3 and he scored a run.

 

St. James 16 Centre Dufferin 6

Tristan Vince was the winning pitcher for St. James while Bryan Richardson knocked in three runs and scored two. Cameron Hewitt hit two doubles and had two RBIs while

Aiden Edmonds had two hits and scored two runs. Lukas Legrand connected for two hits and an RBI while Carter Keleher had a hit and two RBIs, Bryce Burgess had a hit and an RBI, Liam Karn had a hit and Owen Hill and Ben Saunders each drove in a run.

Matt Haire was charged with the loss for Centre Dufferin and he drove in a run at the plate. Brodie Hunter had two hits and two RBIs while Zach Davis had a hit and scored two runs, Tyler Bryan had a hit and an RBI and Kyle Bosley had a hit and scored a run.

 

Lourdes 8 Westside 6

Details not reported.

  • Guelph Sports Journal