Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League: Site News

Monday, May 30
Updated Standings

 

W

L

PCT

GB

Kentville

3

1

.750

-

Sydney

4

2

.667

-

Truro

3

3

.500

1.0

Halifax

1

3

.250

2.0

Dartmouth

0

2

.000

2.5



Monday, May 30
Wildcats and Bearcats Split DH
 

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Kentville

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2

 

 

4

9

1

Truro

1

0

0

3

0

0

2

3

X

 

 

10

12

1

Visiting Battery: Alex Ostrov (L), Jordan Boudreau(7) and Tyler Fancy

Home Battery: John Chapman (W), Jordan McCallam(9) and Nick Best

Visiting Highlights

Jason Plesant Samplson 2 Singles; Ted Higa 2 Singles

Home Highlights

Darson Murphy 3 Singles; Jeff Chisholm 2 Singles; Guy Pellerine 3 Singles 3 RBI; Matt Mingo 2 Singles 2 RBI

 

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9

 

 

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Kentville

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15

2

Truro

1

2

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

 

 

5

11

2

Visiting Battery: Jake Loner, Codey Shrider (W) and Ted Higa

Home Battery: Brandon Mallaly (L), Matt Moore (4), Dustin Harvie (7) and Matt Mingo

Visiting Highlights

Jamie MacNeil 2 Singles; Jason Plesant Samplson Double 3 Singles 2 RBI; Codey Shrider HR 2 RBI

Home Highlights

Darson Murphy Double Single RBI; Jeff Chisholm Double, Single RBI; Colton Beach HR RBI; Matt Mingo Double RBI



Monday, May 30
Sooners Win Series
 

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Sydney

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3

1

0

0

0

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1

0

 

 

6

13

0

Halifax

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

 

1

8

3

The Sydney Sooners received another dominant pitching performance, this time from veteran right-hander, Anthony Ianetti, as they took the rubber game of the series from Halifax 6-1.  Ianetti fired a complete game allowing only a first inning run on a pair of doubles from Connor Sullivan and Jake Pelham.  Sean Ferguson led the way offensively with a double, two singles and a pair of RBI for the Sooners.  Phil Brown also reached safely three times while Cory Christie smacked a two-run single. Sullivan, Shawn Walsh and Brandon MacKinnon had a pair of hits each for the Canadians.

Visiting Battery: Anthony Ianetti (W) and Sean Ferguson

Home Battery: Craig Field(L), Kyle Donovan (6), Cam Ritcey (9) and Shawn Walsh

Visiting Highlights

Sean Ferguson: double, two singles, 2RBI; Phil Brown: double, two singles; Cory Christie: single, 2RBI; Kenny Long: two singles, RBI; Paul MacLean: two singles

Home Highlights

Jake Pelham: double, RBI; Connor Sullivan: double, single; Shawn Walsh: two singles; Brandon MacKinnon: two singles

 



Sunday, May 29
Sooners and Pelham Canadians Split DH
 

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Sydney

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2

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7

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Halifax

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0

0

0

1

0

1

0

2

 

 

4

11

3

Visiting Battery: Justin Brewer, Sheldon MacDonald (8,L) and Sean Ferguson

Home Battery: Brandon MacKinnon, Kyle Donovan (7), Brett MacInnis (8,W) and Shawn Walsh

Visiting Highlights

Josh Forrest: double, two singles; Ken Long: two singles; Sean Ferguson: two singles

Home Highlights

Connor Sullivan: triple, two singles, RBI; Jake Pelham: two singles, 3RBI; Greg MacKinnon: two singles

The Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians came from behind and scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to earn a 4-3 win over the Sydney Sooners in game one of a twinbill on Saturday afternoon at the Mainland Common.  Sydney pushed a run across in the top of the ninth and took a 3-2 lead into the bottom half.  Jake Pelham stroked a walkoff two-run single making a winner of rookie southpaw Brett MacInnins who came on in relief in the eighth.  Former Halifax righthander, Sheldon MacDonald suffered the loss in relief of Justin Brewer.

 

 

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Sydney

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8

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Halifax

0

0

0

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1

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Visiting Battery: Reilly O'Rourke(W) and Jordan Sampson

Home Battery: Jordan Pelham(L), Brett MacInnis (8), Kyle Donovan (8) and Greg MacKinnon

Visiting Highlights

Paul MacLean: two singles, RBI; Justin Brewer: single, RBI; Cory Christie: single, RBI

Home Highlights

Josh Pelham: single; Steve Murphy: single

Right-hander, Reilly O'Rourke carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning when Steve Murphy broke it up with a solid single leading to the only Halifax run of the evening.  Halifax right-hander, Jordan Pelham matched his opposite number pitch for pitch as he carried a shutout into the eighth inning before tiring and allowing a leadoff walk, stolen base and an RBI single by Justin Brewer.  Lefthander, Brett MacInnis entered and gave up a walk to Phil Brown before the veteran Cory Christie lofted a sacrifice fly to put the Sooners up a run.  Paul MacLean finished the scoring with an RBI single making a winner of O'Rourke who allowed only a pair of singles.  First pitch in the rubber game of this weekend series is scheduled for 1:00pm pm Sunday.

 

 

 

 

 



Friday, May 27
Bearcats Even Record With Win in Dartmouth

The Truro Bearcats evened their record at 2-2 after a 10-3 win in Dartmouth on Thursday night. This weekend, the Halifax Pelham Canadians host a three game series with the Sydney Sooners starting with a double header Saturday at 3pm. Game three of the series is Sunday at 1pm.  In other action, the Truro Bearcats host the Kentville Wildcats for a double header on Sunday starting at 2pm.

 

 

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Truro (2-2)

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12

1

Dartmouth (0-2)

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1

1

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1

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0

 

 

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9

1

 

Matt Mingo(WP);Colton Beach(8th) and Nick Best;

Laim Logan(LP),Scott Lee(5th),Jason Mosher(6th), Doug Quick(9th) and Justin Stephens;

 

HIGHLIGHTS--

DRY--Dan Comeau single, double; Matt Harding single, double; Matt Doudelet single,double,2RBI;

TRURO--Ryan Bates three singles,2RBI; Darson Murphy three single

 



Wednesday, May 25
Wildcats Win Second in a Row
 

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Kentville (2-0)

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5

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Halifax (0-1)  

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X

 

 

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6

1

 

Kentville: Alex Ostrov(W), David McIntyre (8,S) and Ted Higa

Halifax: Craig Field, Jordan Pelham (6), Brett MacInnis (8), Brandon MacKinnon (9) and Shawn Walsh

Visiting Highlights

Colby Turple double, single; Codey Shrider single, two runs; Brandon McKay single, SF, 2RBI; Ian Lockhart single

 

Home Highlights

Jake Pelham double, single, RBI; Shawn Walsh double, Pat Gilbert single, Josh Pelham single, Adam Hendrie single

In a game which was shortened by fog, the Kentville Wildcats broke open a pitchers' duel between Alex Ostrov and Craig Field and earned a win over the Halifax Pelham Molson Canadians, 3-1.  Brandon McKay knocked in a pair of Wildcats with a single and sacrifice fly while Codey Shrider scored twice and singled.  Jake Pelham paced the Halifax offense with a double, single and RBI while Shawn Walsh doubled.  The Wildcats are 2-0 on the young season and Halifax is 0-1. 



Sunday, May 22
Sooners Slugout Series Win
 

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Sydney (2-1)

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4

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4

 

 

12

18

1

Truro (1-2)  

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1

0

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1

 

 

9

12

5

SYD –Anthony Ianetti, Logan Aker(W-5) andS ean Ferguson

TRU- Guy Pellerine, Jordan McCullam (4), Matt Moore (6), Jeff Chisholm (8), John Chapman (L-9) and Nick Best

Visiting Highlights: Chris Farrow 2 Doubles 2 Singles 3 RBI; Kenny Long 3 Singles; Jordan Shephard HR 2 Singles 4 RBI; Justin Brewer 2 Singles; Jeff Mackinnon Double 2 Singles

Home Highlights: Jeff Chisholm 2 Doubles Single 3 RBI; Dan Bates Double Single; Ryan Bates 2 Singles 2 RBI



Sunday, May 22
Bearcats and Sooners Split Double Header

Game 3 of the weekend series is scheduled for 1pm at the TAAC Grounds 

Game 1 Truro 5 - Sydney 4

Game 2 Sydney 13- 7  in 10 innings


 

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Sydney (1-1)

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  7

 

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13

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Truro (1-1)  

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Visiting Battery: Reilly O’Rourke, Johnny Macleod (W-7), Kenny Long(10), Jordan Sampson and Sean Ferguson

Home Battery: Brandon Mallaly, Matt Moore (5), Matt Mingo (8), Dan Bates (9), Justin Morton (L-10) and Nick Best


Visiting Highlights

Kenny Long 2 Singles RBI; Jordon Shephard Double 2 Singles 2 RBI; Phil Brown Double Single RBI; Justin Brewer Single 2 RBI

Home Highlights

Dan Bates Triple 3 RBI; Guy Pellerine 2 Singles RBI; John Chapman 2 Singles; Ryan Bates Double 2 RBI


 

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Sydney (0-1)

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Truro (1-0)  

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Visiting Battery

Justin Brewer(L), Kenny Long (8) and Sean Ferguson

Home Battery

John Chapman (W-6), Matt Mingo (7), Dan Bates (Sv-9) and Nick Best

Visiting Highlights: Justin Brewer Single RBI 2 Walks


Home Highlights: Guy Pellerine 3 Singles 2 RBI; Darson Murphy 3 Singles; Dan Bates Double Single RBI

John Chapman Double RBI; Matt Mingo Double




Friday, May 20
Wildcats Open the Season With Win

The Wildcats scored two runs in the top of the ninth for the win in Dartmouth. The Wildcats visit Halifax on Tuesday night and the Dry welcome the Truro Bearcats on Thursday night.


 

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Kentville (1-0)

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Dartmouth (0-1)  

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8

1

KEN- Alex Ostrov, David McIntyre(4TH), Codey Schrider(6TH)(WP), and Tyler Fancy

Dart- Jason Mosher, Liam Logan(5TH)(LP),Justin Davies(9TH) and Justin Stephens;Visiting Highlights

HIGHLIGHTS--

DRY--Justin Stephens two singles; Billy Hartley two singles; Chris Head triple; Dan Comeau triple; Matt Harding single; Anthony McKinley single;


KENTVILLE--Jason Pleasant-Sampson single,double;Devon Boutillier single,RBI;




Tuesday, May 17
Season Begins May 19

The 40th year of NSSBL begins on Thursday May 19. The defending champions, the Dartmouth Moosehead Dry open the season  versus the Kentville Wildcats. Game time is 7:30 at Beazley Field.

This weekend the Truro Bearcats will host the Sydney Sooners in a three game series starting with a double header on Saturday, first pitch is 3pm at the TAAC Grounds. The Halifax Pelham Canadians kick off their season at home on Tuesday night against the Kentville Wildcats.