Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League: Welcome

The Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League is the premier baseball league in Nova Scotia, and has been since its inception in 1977. The league is comprised of 5 teams - the Sydney Sooners, the Truro Bearcats, the Kentville Wildcats, the Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians, and the Dartmouth Moosehead Dry.

The league is home to four Canadian senior champions (1985 Kentville Wildcats, 1998 & 2004 Dartmouth Moosehead Dry, and the 2005 Nova Scotia senior all-stars).

As the 2013 league champion, the Sydney Sooners will represent the league at the 2014 Canadian Senior Baseball Championship in St John's, NFLD. The tournament will be played Aug. 21-25, 2014.



Sunday, July 27
Pelham Canadians Whip Bearcats

 

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Visiting Battery

Brandon Mullaly(L), Josh Fushtey (2), Jeff Chisholm (6) and Nick Best and Darson Murphy (4)

Home Battery

Mark Haverstock (W) and Shawn Walsh, Tyler Fancy(4)

Visiting Highlights

Jeff Chisholm: double, single

Mike Tobin: two singles

John Chapman: single, RBI

 

Home Highlights

Adam Lucas: double, three singles, three RBI, three runs

Josh Pelham: four singles, two RBI, two runs

Ryan Veinot: three singles, three RBI, two runs

Jake Pelham: double, two singles, two RBI, two runs

Pat Gilbert: two singles, two RBI, two runs

Shawn Walsh: two singles, RBI, two runs

Connor Sullivan: two singles, two runs

 

The Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians broke out the lumber Sunday afternoon at the Mainland Common, as they routed the Truro Bearcats 16-2.  Adam Lucas ripped a double, three singles and knocked in three, while Josh Pelham contributed four singles and a pair of RBI.  Ryan Veinot knocked in three with three singles and Jake Pelham doubled, singled twice and knocked in two.  Mark Haverstock was the beneficiary of the 21 hits and he threw a complete game for the Canadians, while Brandon Mullaly took the loss.



Sunday, July 27
Sooners Sweep Wildcats

 

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Sydney Pitchers: Paul Doucette, Logan Shrider (8) (W); Catcher Sean Ferguson, Matt Denney (8)

Kentville Pitching: John Ansara, Cody Shrider (2) (L); Catcher Ian Mosher

 

Sydney Hitting: Jordon Shepherd, 3 singles; Chris Farrow, 2 doubles, single; Johnny Roibinson, 2 singles

Kentville Hitters: Mike Lockhart, 3run Home Run, 3 singles; Cody Shrider, double, 3 singles,Ian Lockhart, 2 singles; Kyle Dougan, double, single.

 

Sooners for the second game in a row used the eight inning to break open a close ball game scoring four runs too break a 7 - 7 tie.

 

 

 

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Sydney Pitching:  Nate Brewer (W); Anthony Ianetti (7); Rob Biron (9); Catcher: Matt Denney

Kentville: Mike Lockhart (L) and Ian Mosher

 

Sydney Hitting: Matt Denney, 3 run Home Run, single; Ken Long, 2 singles; Jordon Shepherd, double, single

Kentville Hitting: Kyle Dougan, 2 run Home Run, Jason Pleasant Sampson, 2 singles.

 



Saturday, July 26
Sooners End Seven Game Losing Streak

 

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Winning Pitcher: Justin Brewer, Paul Doucette (8) (save); Catcher Matt Denney

Losing Pitcher: Mike Lockhart, Catcher: Ian Mosher

 

Kentville Hitters: Mike Lockhart, 2 singles; Cory Shrider, double; John Ansara, double, Ian Lockhart, Kyle Dougan, a single apiece.

 

Sydney Hitters: Jordon Shepherd, 2 run Home run, double; Kenny Long, double; Phil Brown, 2 singles, 2 stolen bases; Josh Forrest, triple, RBI; Jeff MacKinnon, double, RBI; Cory Christie, Duncan MacDougall, a single apiece.

 

Sooners scored three runs in the 8th to break open a close scoring game. Games two and three go on Saturday with a doubleheader start at 12:00 noon.



Friday, July 25
Dry Nip Truro in Extra Innings

 

 

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Matt McDonald, Cam Marling(6th), Scott Lee (7th), Shawn Tomlinson(8th), Jeff Reeves(9th)(WP)and Gary Strowbridge, Dan Comeau(9th)

 

Guy Pellerine, John Chapman(7th)(LP) and Nick Best

 

HIGHLIGHTS--

DRY--Dan Comeau three single,3RBI(including game winner);Chris Gallivan double,two singles; Mark Phillips single,double;Chris Head two singles;Matt Harding two singles;Matt Doudelet double;

TRURO--Mike Tobin two singles;John Chapman single,RBI;Darson Murphy single,RBI;



Thursday, July 24
Wildcats Snap 11 Game Losing Streak

 

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Truro: Josh Fushtey, Nick Best (5) and Nick Best, Darson Murphy (5)

Kentville: Shayne Conrad and Colin Samson

Truro Highlights:

John Chapman - single, double 3 RBI

Kentville Highlights:

Codey Shrider - 2 singles,

Ian Lockhart - 3 singles, RBI

John Ansara - 2 singles, double, RBI

Kyle Dougan – Grand Slam, 6 RBI

Jason Pleasant-Sampson - single, 2 RBI



Tuesday, July 22
Truro Wins Wild Game Over Halifax

 

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Visiting Battery: Craig Field(L), Jordon Pelham and Shawn Walsh

Home Battery: John Chapman(W) and Nick Best

Visiting Highlights

Jake Pelham HR

Paul Davie Double, Single

Home Highlights

Dan Bates Double

Matt Mingo Single GWRBI

Adam Lombard Single 2 RBI

The game was called in the bottom of the 8th after a collision at the plate which caused both benches to clear.



Sunday, July 20
Halifax picks up two more wins

Game 1

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Sydney      0  0   0   0   0   1   0   0   0 1    7   0

Halifax  1   0   3   0   0   0   0   0   0 4    6   2

 

Winning Pitcher: Mark Haverstock

Losing Pitcher: Justin Brewwer

 

Sydney Highlights

Duncan MacDougal: two singles

Chris Farrow: single

Cory Christie: single

 

Halifax Highlights

Pat Gilbert: two doubles

Adam Lucas: single, two RBI

Jake Pelham: double, RBI

 

Game 2

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Sydney 0   0   1   0   0   1   0   0   1 2   11   1

Halifax 1   0   3   0   0   0   0   0   x 5    8   0

 

Winning Pitcher: Joey Cavadini

Losing Pitcher: Nate Brewer

 

Sydney Highlights

Duncan MacDougal: two singles

Phil Brown: single

Robbie Biron: single

 

Halifax Highlights

Jake Pelham: two singles, RBI

Josh Pelham: two singles

Shawn Walsh: double, two RBI



Saturday, July 19
Halifax Strike Early Versus Sooners

 

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Sydney: Anthony Iannetti(L) and Matt Denney

Halifax: Brandon MacKinnon, David Keeping (6), Mark Haverstock (7, W), Joey Cavadini (9,S) and Shawn Walsh

Sydney:

Corey Christie: two singles, two RBI

Matt Denney: two RBI

Justin Brewer: single, RBI

Halifax:

Adam Lucas: double, two singles, four RBI

Jake Pelham: double, single, RBI

Josh Pelham: single, GWRBI

Brandon Devlin: double, single

Ryan Veinot: two singles

Shawn Walsh: single, RBI

The Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians scored four runs in the first inning highlighted by three doubles but had to come from behind to defeat the Sydney Sooners 7-6 on a balmy evening at the Mainland Common.  Adam Lucas reached safely in five trips with a double, two singles, two walks and knocked in four runners, while Jake Pelham, Brandon Devlin and Ryan Veinot had two hits each.  Josh Pelham drove in the game winning run with a single in the eighth inning.   These two teams play a doubleheader today at the Mainland Commom with the first pitch scheduled at Noon.



Friday, July 18
Sooners Add to National Roster

Sydney Sooners Coach & GM announced last night that the team will be bostering their pitching staff for Canadian Senior Baseball Nationals in Newfoundland in August with the addition of four quality pitchers from their League opposition.

 

Added to the Sooners pitching staff are Mark Haverstock from the Halifax Pelham Canadians, as well as Matt MacDonald, Cameron Marling and Jeff Reeves from the Dartmouth Moosehead Dry.

 

McEachern cited, “the four very competitive pitchers gives us additional quality pitching with National experience and creates substantial depth to our staff, to try to weather the busy schedule of games that we will be faced with over the four days of play. All four pitchers create a great mix with our existing pitching core.”

 

Sooners will start play on Thursday, August 21 when they face the Manitoba entry in their first game , followed the same day with the Newfoundland representative. British Columbia and Ontario round out the five team pool Sydney is in. Championship play is scheduled for Sunday, August 24.

 

Sooners last represented the Province at Nationals in 1982, ironically, in the same location, St. John’s, Newfoundland.



Tuesday, May 13
Bell Aliant Community One Webcasts

Bell Aliant has agreed to broadcast NSSBL 16 games regular season this season.  

http://www1.bellaliant.net/communityone/

 

NSSBL on Bell Aliant Community One

Tuesday May 20th – Dartmouth vs Halifax (switched from Kentville at Truro, due to technical issues) 

Sunday May 25th – Sydney at Dartmouth

Tuesday May 27th – Truro vs Halifax

Tuesday June 3rd- Dartmouth at Halifax

Wednesday June 11 – Truro at Kentville

Friday June 13 – Halifax at Sydney

Saturday June 14 – Halifax at Sydney

Thursday June 19 – Truro at Dartmouth

Saturday July 5 – Sydney vs Kentville

Saturday July 11- Dartmouth at Sydney

Sunday July 12- Dartmouth at Sydney

Saturday July 19 – Sydney at Halifax 12:00pm

Wednesday July 23 -Truro at Kentville

Tuesday July 29 – Kentville at Halifax

Thursday August 7 - Halifax at Dartmouth

Tuesday August 12- Dartmouth at Truro



Thursday, July 17
Halifax and Dartmouth Cancelled

Tonight's NSSBL game at Beazley Field between Dartmouth and Truro has been postponed due to rain. 

Sunday, July 13
Bearcats Comeback Late to Beat the Wildcats

 

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Brandon Mallolly, Josh Fushty (3, W), John Chapman(9,S) and Nick Best

Codey Shrider(L) and Ian Mosher

Truro: Darson Murphy - 3 singles, 2 RBI

John Chapman - 3 singles, 2 RBI

Dan Bates - 3 singles, 2 RBI

Jeff Chisholm - HR

 

Kentville: Codey Shrider - 2 singles, double, HR, 2 RBI

Mike Lockhart - 3 singles, RBI

John Ansara - 3 singles, 2 RBI

Rob Shepherd - 2 singles

Jason Pleasant-Sampson - 2 singles, 2 RBI



Sunday, July 13
Dry Win Game 2 in Sydney

 

 

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Dartmouth Battery:  Pitchers: Cam Marling (w); Doug Quick (8); Jeff Reeves (8)Save); Catcher: Justin Stephens.

Sydney Battery: Justin Brewer (L); Nate Brewer (5); Anthony Ianetti (8); Catcher: Sean Ferguson.

 

Dartmouth Hitters: Greg West, four singles, Chris Head, 2 run Home Run, single; Dan Comeau, 2 singles; Mark Phillips, 2 singles.

Sydney Hitters: Matt Denney, double, 2 singles, 4 RBI; Jordon Shepherd, double, single; Chris Farrow, 3 singles.



Saturday, July 12
Dartmouth Takes Game One In Sydney

 

Linescore: 123 456 789   R H E LOB

Dartmouth: 021 003 011 = 8 9 2 9

Sydney:    021 001 001 = 5 8 3 11

Dartmouth Battery: Shawn Tomlinson; Liam Logan (7); Jeff Reeves (7); Catcher: Justin Stephens

Sydney Battery: Paul Doucette; Anthony Ianetti (9); Catcher: Matt Denney

Dartmouth Hitters: Chris Head: Double, two Singles; Dan Comeau, 2 doubles, 3 RBI

Sydney Hitter: Matt Denney, 3 singles.

Two costly errors with two outs each inning, cost the Sooners 4 runs, and turned out to be the difference in the ball game. 2nd game of the two game set goes on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the Susan McEachern Memorial Ball Park in Sydney. Cam Marling for Dartmouth and Sooners’ Justin Brewer are expected to match up in the pitching dual.

Sydney recognized three members of their 2013 team with special presentations in the middle of the fifth inning. Steve Gauvin was presented with the Susan MacEachern Volunteer of the Year Award, while Jordon Shepherd and Paul Doucette were acknowledged for their Alstar Team selection in the 2013 season. A large crowd was in attendance on a great weather night for baseball in Sydney.

A moment of silence was offered acknowledging a former Alumni player of the Sooner, Sandy Burns Jr., who passed away this past winter. Burns was one of the original playersa on the first Sooner team in 1977.



Friday, July 11
Dry Back in Win Column

 

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Dart- Matt McDonald(WP),Doug Quick(8th)and Justin Stephens,Mark MacLeod(8th)

Kent- Curtis Falls(LP) and Ian Mosher;

 

HIGHLIGHTS

DRY---

Darren Doucette two run home run,three singles,2RBI; Chris Head solo home run,single,RBI; Greg West two singles,RBI;Justin Stephens single,2RBI;Mark Phillips double; Matt Doudelet double;

 

KENTVILLE--Codey Shrider solo home run,single;Curtis Falls single;Colby Turple single;



Thursday, July 10
Pelham Canadians Take Down Wildcats

 

 

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HFX: Brandon MacKinnon (L), Craig Field (6),Joey Cavadini (9) and Tyler Fancy

Kent: Shayne Conrad (L), Dusty Isenor (8) and Devon Boutilier

 

Halifax Highlights:

Josh Pelham - 2 singles, RBI; Shawn Walsh - double, RBI; Connor Sullivan - 3 singles; Tyler Fancy - 2 singles, 2 RBI; Pat Gilbert - 2 singles, double

 

Kentville Highlights:

Jason Pleasant-Sampson - 2 singles, RBI



Wednesday, July 9
Pelham Canadians and Dry Slug it out Again

 

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Dartmouth: Cam Marling, Scott Lee(4), Jeff Reeves(6, L) and Justin Stephens

Halifax: Mark Haverstock(W), Joey Cavadini (8,S) and Shawn Walsh

Visiting highlights:

Chris Head single, double, 3 RBI; Justin Stephens double, 2 singles, HR, 4 RBI

Home highlights:

Jake Pelham HR 2 singles 5 RBI; Josh Pelham 3 singles; Brandon Develin 2 singles 2RBI



Friday, July 4
Sydney and Kentville Postponed Due to Hurricane

The three game series between in Kentville between the Wildcats and Sydney Sooners has been postponed due to Hurricane Arthur. No make up dates have been confirmed at this time.

Friday, July 4
Halifax and Dartmouth Slug it Out in the Fog

 

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Craig Field, Jarett Timmons(5th),Joey Cavadini(WP)(5th) and Tyler Fancy;

 

Matt MacDonald,Shawn Tomlinson(LP)(4th)and Justin Stephens, Mark MacLeod(4th)

 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

DRY--Mark Phillips two single,double,RBI;Chris Head two singles;Dan Comeau two singles;Matt Harding double,triple,3RBI;Matt Doudelet two singles,sac,RBI;Chris Gallivan single,2RBI;

 

HALIFAX--Josh Pelham three singles,two doubles,4RBI;Brandon Devlin single,double,5RBI;Tyler Fancy two singles,RBI;Shawn Walsh two singles,2RBI;Connor Sullivan two singles;Steve Murphy two singles;Ryan Venoit two run home run;

 

 

 



Thursday, July 3
Dry Stay Hot in Hot Night in the Valley

 

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Kentville- Alex Ostrov (L), Codey Shrider (8) and Devon Boutilier

 

Dartmouth-

 Chris Head - 2 singles, RBI

Dan Comeau - single - 2 RBI

Mark Phillips - single, RBI

 

Kentville-

Mike Lockhart - HR

Curtis Falls - single, RBI

Rob Shepherd - 2 singles, RBI



Tuesday, July 1
Truro Celebrates Canada Day with Win

The Truro Bearcats used a 6-run sixth inning to come from behind and beat the Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians in a slugfest at the Mainland Common, 9-6.  Darson Murphy and John Chapman led the offence with three hits each while Adam Lucas, Jake Pelham and Tyler Fancy had three hits each for the Canadians.  With the win, Truro gains sole possession of second place at 7-6 while Halifax falls to 6-6.  

 

 

 

 

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Truro: Dan Bates, Kyle Pickrem (3,W), John Chapman (6, S) and Nick Best

Halifax: Brandon MacKinnon(L), Joey Cavadini (6) and Tyler Fancy

Visiting Highlights

Darson Murphy: double, two singles, RBI

John Chapman: three singles, RBI

Adam Lombard: double, single, RBI

Nick Best: triple, 2 RBI

Sheldon Ryan: two singles

Home Highlights

Adam Lucas: two doubles, single, 3 RBI

Jake Pelham: three singles, 2 RBI

Tyler Fancy: three singles

Brandon Devlin: two singles

Shawn Walsh: double, RBI

 

 



Monday, June 30
Pellerine, Chisholm lead Bearcats to Victory

Truro 5 - Halifax 1

Line score to follow

Guy Pellerine and Mark Haverstock locked up in an old fashioned pitchers' duel through five innings before Truro, led by veteran outfielder, Jeff Chisholm, broke away for a 5-1 win over Halifax at the Mainland Common. Chisholm homered and singled twice while John Chapman and Darson Murphy both singled and doubled to pace the Bearcats 11 hit attack. Brandon Devlin and Shawn Walsh had two hits each for the Canadians while Aaron Ferguson singled home their only run. These two teams meet in a rematch on Canada Day with first pitch scheduled for 1:00 at the Mainland Common.

 



Sunday, June 29
MacDonald and the Dry Keep Rolling

 

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Dart: Matt MacDonald(W), Cam Marling (9) and Mark MacLeod, Justin Stephens(9)

Kent: Curtis Falls (L), Shayne Conrad (4) and Ian Mosher

Dartmouth Highlights:

Mark Phillips - 3 singles, double; Darren Doucette - single, double; Matt Doudelet - 2 singles

Chris Gallivan - single, 2 RBI

Kentville Highlights:

Mike Lockhart - single

Jason Pleasant-Sampson - 2 singles



Wednesday, June 25
Chapman Shutsdown Wildcats

 

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Visiting Battery

Alex Ostrov and Devion Boutlier

Home Battery

John Chapman(W) and Darson Murphy

Visiting Highlights

Colby Turple Double, 2 Singles RBI; Mike Lockhart 2 Singles

Home Highlights

John Chapman Double, 3 Singles 2 RBI; Darson Murphy Double 2 Singles RBI; Jeff Chisholm 2 Doubles RBI; Ryan Bates Double, Single 2 RBI; Guy Pellerine 2 Singles



Monday, June 23
Dry and Pelham Win

 

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Dartmouth Battery: Matt MacDonald (WP); four hitter, Complete game; Catcher: Justin Stephens.

Sydney Battery: Anthony Ianetti (L); Nate Brewer (3); Logan Aker (7)  Catcher: Matt Denney.

Dartmouth Hitters:

Darren Doucette: 2 Home Runs, Single, 4 RBI.

Greg West; double, 2 singles.

Mark Phillips, Matt Harding: 2 singles each.

 

Sydney Hitters:

Jamie MacNeil, Duncan MacDougall, Matt Denney, Phil Brown: singles each.

 

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Kent- Codey Shrider, Gage Reid (7), Curtis Falls (7) and Ian Mosher

Halifax:

Adam Lucas- 2 singles, double; Jake Pelham - 2 singles, double, 2RBI; Aaron Ferguson - single, RBI; Tyler Fancy - double, 2 RBI

Kentville:

Curtis Falls - single, double, 2 RBI

John Ansara - single

 



Saturday, June 21
Dry take Game 1 in Sydney

 

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Dartmouth Battery: Cameron Marling (WP); four hitter, Complete game; Catcher: Justin Stephens.

 

Sydney Battery: Paul Doucette; complete game six hitter; Catcher: Matt Denney.

 

Dartmouth Hitters:

Dan Comeau: 2 run Home Run.

Chris Gallivan, Greg West: each with a double.

Chris Head: RBI Single ;Matt Doudelet 2rbi single

Mark Phillips: single.

  

Sydney Hitters:

Matt Denny: 2 singles, RBI

Jordon Shepherd, Jeff MacKinnon: singles each.

 

Second game of the two game series slated to go at 1:00 p.m. at the Susan McEachern Memorial Ball Park on Saturday, June 21/14.



Friday, June 20
Doucette Powers Dry to Victory

 

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Shawn Tomlinson(WP), Scott Lee(8th)(SV) and Justin Stephens;

 

Dan Bates(LP), Kyle Pickrem(8th) and Nick Best

 

HIGHLIGHTS--

DRY--Darren Doucette two, two run home runs,5RBI; Matt Harding two singles,2RBI; Chris Head single;

 

TRURO--Jeff Chisholm solo home run,double,2RBI;Sheldon Ryan two singles;Mike Tobin two singles;



Wednesday, June 18
Bearcats Hand Dry First Loss of Season, Pelham Bounce Back

 

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Kent - Shayne Conrad, David Pilat (5), Curtis Falls (7), Brett McGinnis (8) And Devon Boutilier

Hfx- Joey Cavadini, Brandon MacKinnon (8) and Shawn Walsh

Visiting Highlights

Curtis Falls: four singles; Brett McGinnis: double, RBI; Dusty Eisener: single, RBI

Codey Schrider: double

Home Highlights

Jake Pelham: single, sacrifice fly, two RBI; Shawn Peverill: sacrifice fly, hit by pitch, two RBI; Pat Gilbert: single, RBI; Josh Pelham: double; Adam Lucas: double

 

Southpaw, Joey Cavadini earned the win as the Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians dropped the Kentville Wildcats 6-2 at the Mainland Common.  Jake Pelham and Shawn Peverill drove in two runs each to lead the Canadians offense while Curtis Falls had four singles for the Wildcats.

 

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Dart – Jeff Reeves(L), Scott Lee(7), Cam Marling(9) and Justin Stephens, Mark Macleod (7)

Tru- Guy Pellerine(W), John Chapman(S-9) and Darson Murphy

Visitor Highlights

Chris Head 2 Singles; Mark Phillips Double RBI

Home Highlights

John Chapman 2 Doubles RBI; Guy Pellerine Single Double 2 RBI; Jeff Chisholm Double RBI

Guy Pellerine threw a solid game going 8 strong innings, as John Chapman came in for the Save. The Bearcats had some key hits in a big 3rd inning plating 4 runs. The Dry fought back had the tying run in scoring position in the 8th.



Saturday, June 14
Sydney picks up another win against Halifax

In Game 2, Sydney picked up a 9-1 win over Halifax.  The winning pitcher was Anthony Ianetti and Craig Field was tagged with the loss.

 Sydney Highlights:

 Christie had two singles, Matt Denney had three singles and Chris Farrow had two singles.  

 Halifax Highlights:

Aaron Ferguson had a solo homerun and Connor Sullivan had a single.

 

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Sydney Hitters: Matt Denney: 3 singles.

                           Cory Christie, Chris Farrow: 2 singles each.

Halifax Hitters: Aaron Ferguson: Home Run.

                            Connor Sullivan: single.

Winning Pitcher: (2 hitter) Anthony Ianetti; Relief: Logan Aker (7); Justin Brewer (9); catcher: Matt Denney

Losing Pitcher: Craig Field; Relief: Jarod Timmons (8); catcher: Tyler Fancy.

 



Friday, June 13
Sooners win home opener with walk off in the 13th

Sydney Sooners picked up a win in their home opener with a walk off two RBI single from catcher Matt Denney in the 13th inning. Paul Doucette picked up the win pitching all 13 innings for Sydney while Joey Cavadini suffered the loss for Halifax.

 

 

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Winning Pitcher: Paul Doucette; catcher: Matt Denney

Losing Pitcher: Kevin Cavadini  (11th), in relief of Brandon Mac Kinnon, who was in relief of starter Mark Haverstock (6th). Catcher: Shawn Walsh.

Sooners Hitters:

Matt Denney: Home Run, Double, 3 walks, 3 RBI.

Chris Farrow: 3 singles.

Phil Brown, Cory Christie, Ken Long: 2 singles each.

 

Halifax Hitters:

Jake Pelham: 2 doubles, 2 RBI

Shawn Peverill: Hr, double, 2 RBI.

Ryan Veinot: 2 singles.

 



Friday, June 13
Dry Remain Undefeated

 

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Matt McDonald(WP),Cam Marling(6th),Jeff Reeves(7th)(SV)and Justin Stephens;

 

David McIntyre(LP), Mike Lockhart(4th), Dylan Degraff(8th)and Kein Benjamin;

 

HIGHLIGHTS--

DRY--Dan Comeau single,double,RBI; Justin Stephens two singles,RBI;Matt Harding two singles,RBI;Chris Head two singles;Greg West double,RBI;Darren Doucette double,2RBI;Mark Phillips double;Matt Doudelet single;

 

KENTVILLE--Curtis Falls single;Codey Shrider double;



Thursday, June 12
Bearcat nip Wildcats

 

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Truro: John Chapman(W) and Nick Best

Kentville: Codey Shrider(L) and Kevin Benjamin.

Truro Highlights:

Jeff Chisholm - single, RBI; Guy Pellerine - 2 singles; Mike Tobin - double, RBI

Kentville Highlights:

Mike Lockhart – double; Kyle Dougan - single, RBI; John Ansara – Double; Jason Pleasant-Sampson - 2 singles

 



Wednesday, June 11
Halifax and Truro Game Called in First

The game on Tuesday night between Truro and Halifax was called due to rain after the first half inning. Truro is in action tonight in Kentville at 7:30pm and can be seen on Bell Community One.

http://www1.bellaliant.net/communityone/

 

 



Monday, June 9
Pelham Canadians Hold On to Beat the Wildcats

 

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Kent- Shayne Conrad, Alex Ostrov (7) and Kevin Benjamin

Hal- Mark Haverstock(W), Brandon MacKinnon (9, S) and Shawn Walsh

Visiting Highlights

Curtis Falls: double, single, three RBI; Jason Pleasant-Sampson: two singles, RBI; Kevin Benjamin: two singles; Codey Schrider: double, RBI

Home Highlights

Shawn Peverill: two singles, three RBI; Connor Sullivan: single, two RBI; Paul Davie: two singles, RBI; Josh Pelham: two singles; Shawn Walsh: single, RBI



Friday, June 6
Wildcats and Dry Rained Out

Tonights NSSBL game between the Dartmouth Moosehead Dry and the Kentville Wildcats has been postponed due to rain.

Friday, June 6
Dry Remain Undefeated in Fog

 

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Dart- Cam Marling(WP), Rob Flemming(7th), Jeff Reeves(7th) and Mark MacLeod, Justin Stephens;

HFX- Craig Field(LP), Brandon MacKinnon(5th) and Shawn Walsh;

HIGHLIGHTS--

DRY--Darren Doucette two singles; Mark Phillips two doubles,RBI; Dan Comeau single,2RBI;Matt Harding single, sacrifice,2RBI;Chris Head single;Matt Doudelet single;Anthony McKinley double

 

HALIFAX--Josh Pelham three singles;Adam Lucas double;Pat Gilbert single;Ryan Venoit single;



Wednesday, June 4
Fogged Out at Mainland, Slugfest in Truro

The Halifax Pelham Canadians and Dartmouth Moosehead Dry were tied at 4 after four innings before the fog rolled into Mainland Common. No make up date has been set at this time. 

 

The Wildcats picked up their first win of the season last night in Truro. Trailing 12-3 after 6 innings, Kentville sent 20 men to the plate and scored 15 runs to take a 18-12 lead. Codey Shrider hit a grand slam in the 7th. He also pitched the final 3 innings to pick up the save. David McIntyre picked up the win. Kyle Dougan also went deep in the win. 

 

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KEN- David MacIntyre(W), Cody Shrider(7, S) and Kevin Benjamin

TRU- Josh Fushtey, Sheldon Ryan(7)Tony Steward(7-L) Guy Pellerine(7) and John Chapman

Visiting Highlights

Cody Shrider Grand Slam, Single 4 RBI; Rob Shepard 3 Singles; Mike Lockhart Double Single RBI; Kyle Dougan HR, Single 2 RBI; David MacIntyre Double, Single

Home Highlights

Sheldon Ryan Grand Slam, Double 4 RBI; Guy Pellerine HR 3 Singles 3 RBI; John Chapman Double, Single RBI; Mike Tobin Double RBI



Sunday, June 1
Sooners pick up second win over Bearcats

In the third game of the weekend the Sydney Sooners pick up a 7-2 victory over the Truro Bearcats. Paul Doucette made his first start of the season and picked up the win while John Chapman suffered the loss.

 

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Visiting Battery

Paul Doucette (W) and Matt Denney

Home Battery

John Chapman(L), Dan Bates (6) and Nick Best, Tony Stewart (7)

Visiting Highlights

Justin Brewer Double 2 Singles 3 RBI

Home Highlights

Adam Lombard Double 2 RBI



Saturday, May 31
Sooners and Bearcats split double header

Game one saw the Bearcats pick up win in the bottom of the 9th when Adam Lombard drove in the winning run. John Chapman picked up the victory in relief, as Nate Brewer took the loss. The final score was 8-7.

In game two the Sooners came away with the 7-5 win. Logan Aker picked up the victory while Josh Fusthey suffered the loss.

 

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SYD –Anthony Ianietti, Nate Brewer(7, L) and Matt Denney

TRU- Guy Pellerine, John Chapman(6,W) and Nick Best

Visiting Highlights

Kenny Long 2 Doubles; Phil Brown 2 Singles RBI; Matt Denney Double, Single; Jordan Shepard 2 Singles

 

Home Highlights

Darson Murphy Double 2 Singles 2 RBI; Nick Best Double Single; Adam Lombard 2 Singles Game Winning RBI

 

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Visiting Battery

Justin Brewer, Logan Aker(W-7) and Matt Denney

Home Battery

Josh Fushtey(L), John Chapman(9) and Nick Best

Visiting Highlights

Kenny Long Single RBI; Phil Brown Singles RBI; Sean Ferguson Single RBI

Home Highlights

Darson Murphy 2 Singles; John Chapman Double; Guy Pellerine Double; Nick Best Double 3 Singles 2 RBI; Mike Tobin Double Single



Friday, May 30
Dry Blank Wildcats

 

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Cam Marling(WP), Jeff Reeves(8th)and Justin Stephens;

Shayne Conrad(LP),David McIntyre(8th) and Kevin Benjamin;

HIGHLIGHTS--
DRY--Mark Phillips three run homer,single,3RBI; Chris Head two singles,RBI; Justin Stephens two singles; Matt Doudelet single,RBI; Matt Harding single; Greg West single; Dan Comeau double; Darren Doucette single; Chris Gallivan single;

KENTVILLE--
David McIntyre single;Curtis Falls single;Mike Lockhart single;



Wednesday, May 28
16 Hit Attack Leads Halifax over Truro

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Truro    0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 4 7 2

Halifax 0 0 0 6 1 0 3 0 x 10 16 2

 

Winning Pitcher Mark Haverstock

Losing Pitcher Josh Fushtey

Visiting Highlights John Chapman: two singles, two RBI Darson Murphy: single, two RBI Matt Mingo: two singles

Home Highlights Jake Pelham: triple, double, single, three RBI Pat Gilbert: double, two singles, three RBI Josh Pelham: double, two singles, RBI Paul Davie: two singles, RBI Shawn Walsh: two singles, RBI

Veteran righthander, Mark Haverstock fired 7 strong innings and was backed by a 16-hit attack as the Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians beat the Truro Bearcats 10-4 on a chilly night at the Mainland Common. Halifax broke open a scoreless game as they batted around in the 4th inning scoring 6 runs.



Monday, May 26
Dry Sweep Sooners, Pelham Canadians beat Bearcats

 

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