UPDATED: Aldergrove Dodgers win first three games at Provincials

The Aldergrove Peewees have won their first three games at the provincial championships.

UPDATED: The Aldergrove Peewees have won their first three games at the provincial championships. On Thursday, Aug. 4 they defeated Tri-City with a score of 10-7 and COMBA with a score of 18-1. On Friday, Aug. 5 they defeated Richmond City with a score of 9-4. On Saturday, Aug. 6 they play their final scheduled game against Cloverdale, before the teams are set for the finals on Sunday, Aug. 7.

The Aldergrove PeeWee AAA Dodgers are competing in the 2016 Provincials Championships, being hosted in Duncan starting on Thursday, August 4.

The Dodgers will play four round robin games over the Thursday, Friday and Saturday in efforts to earn a spot in the Semi-Finals and Finals on Sunday.

The Dodger’s squad finished first overall with a record of 12 and 2 in their summer season.

The team recorded the most runs for with 140 and the least runs against, 57 in their 14 league games played, earning them the best record in the league.

“We are very lucky to have such a great group of players, parents and fans” said coach Bruce Winning.

“These kids have worked their hearts out during the spring season and they have continued to do so during the summer season as well. We’re very proud of the team.”

The Aldergrove Peewee AAA Dodgers team members are Tommy Palazoff, Kadin Zschika, Josh McCaffrey, Jaden Lamothe, Jacob Sedun, Chance Padgham, Logan Knight, Keaton Fyke, Wes Winning, Cole Bruhaug, Tanner Hollins and Jayden Ring.

Coach are Bruce Winning, Lyall Sharman, Jan Kristensen and Scott Manick.

You can follow the team by clicking on the http://www.bcminorbaseball.org/leagues/5057 or going to www.bcminorbaseball.org


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