Coaches, athletic directors to file report with PEISAA
© Guardian photo by Mitch MacDonald
Colonel Gray Colonels’ Riley LeClair rounds third base before making his way to home during a game against Kinkora Regional High School in Charlottetown on Saturday.
The Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association (PEISAA) pilot project of offering baseball has ended for the season.
The six teams played five games during the fall. A report will be submitted to the association executive later this month with opinions and suggestions from the coaches and athletic directors with a decision on full league status for next season being made at a later date.
Three Oaks’ Matt Barlow struck out 10 while throwing a four-hitter in an 11-3 victory against Colonel Gray Friday in Summerside.
Sam Cameron was 2-for-4 with four RBI, Max Morrison 1-for-3 with two RBI and Barlow added two RBI.
For the Colonels, Ryne McIsaac struck out five in four innings, Jon Arsenault struck out three in two inning and and Riley Leclair added one strikeout. Parker Ranahan and Brodie Weatherbie were each 1-for-3 with an RBI and Brett Matheson 1-for-1 with two walks for the Colonels.
Kinkora was 2-1 on the weekend with a 6-0 win over Montague and 3-2 victory over Morell. They dropped a 5-4 decision Saturday to Colonel Gray.
Against the Vikings Sam Jay had 16 strikeouts while tossing a one-hitter. Brady vanderVelden and Jarrett Mulligan were 1-for-2 and Kane Johnston 2-for-3. Dean Carroll was Montague’s top batter.
Against Morell, vanderVelden was the winning pitcher and Jay got the save. Charlie Jay went three innings for the Marlins.
Sam Milligan was 2-for-3, Jarrett Mulligan 1-for-2 and Michael Lawless 1-for-2 for Kinkora. Kevin MacLeod and Ben Doucette were each 1-for-2 for Morell.
Arsenault and McIsaac split the pitching in the Colonels victory with Logan Robinson taking the loss. Milligan and Kane Johnston were 2-for-3 and Robinson 1-for-2. For the Colonels LeClair was 2-for-4, Weatherbie and Elijah Hood were 1-for-3.
Three Oaks continued their winning ways with a 13-0 win over Morell and a 7-1 win over Charlottetown Rural. Parker Harvey got the win over the Marlins with a complete game and nine strikeouts. Sam Walsh took the loss garnering seven strikeouts in five innings while Jacob Terbeek pitched the final two innings getting two strikeouts.
TOSH’s top hitters were Max Morrison with a double and three RBI, Zack Mallett 1-for-2 with two RBI, Sam Cameron 2-for-4 with an RBI.
For Morell, Charlie Jay was 1-for-3, while Justin Cudmore and Kevin MacLeod were both 1-for-4.
Jayden MacLean threw a one-hitter against the Raiders while striking out 11. Dominique Ryan struck out five in six innings for the Raiders before turning the ball over to Ty McAdam.
For TOSH, Ryan Blanchard was 2-for-4 with two RBI, Riley Gallant 2-for-3, and Zack Mallett 1-for-4 with three RBI. Steve O’Shea had the Raiders’ lone hit.
The remaining game saw the Marlins edge out the Raiders 7-6.
Ethan Laybolt was the winning pitcher, giving up six runs on eight hits, walking six and striking out 10. O’Shea took the loss, giving up seven runs on six hits, seven walks and striking out four.
Laybolt was 1-for-1 with a walk and a run for the Marlins while Kevin MacLeod was 1-for-2 with two RBI, and Sam Walsh doubled, walked, scored a run and drove in two.
For the Raiders, Luke MacIsaac had a double, triple and a walk while scoring twice. Jeff Simpson was 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI and O’Shea was 2-for-4 with an RBI.