Centennial, Ross advance to baseball semifinals

GUELPH – The Centennial Spartans and Ross Royals are the first two teams to lock down spots in the District 4/10 high school boys’ baseball league’s semifinals.

The third-place Spartans dropped the sixth-place St. James Lions 13-3 while the first-place Royals slipped by the eighth-place Westside Thunder 3-1 in quarter-final play Tuesday at Pearson Park.

The quarter-finals are to continue Wednesday with the other two quarter-finals.

Winners advance to Friday’s semifinals at Pearson Park. They’re scheduled for 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.


Centennial 13 St. James 3

Matthew Cutten  and Sam Worthen combined to pitch Centennial to the win. Cutten allowed one run in four innings while Worthen surrendered two runs in two innings.

Brodey Hlushko and Senna Amani connected for three hits apiece for Centennial while Iihan Dahi, Ben Widdecombe and Trent Devine each had one hit.

Pitching chores for St. James was split between Cameron Keleher, Carter Keleher and Bryce Burgess.

Burgess struck for two hits for the Lions while Aiden Edmonds, Liam Karn and Owen Hill each had one.


Ross 3 Westside 1

Details not reported.


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