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Saturday, November 9
PHILLIE PEEWEES SELECTED TOP MINOR TEAM IN PROVINCE



Softball Manitoba has announced that the South Interlake Phillies 14U have been selected as recipient of the Eugene Michalow Award as top minor team in the province for 2013. The Phillies won Silver at the Provincials and then took Gold at the Western Canadian Championship. Great job Team!!!!

2013 PW CHAMPS
Monday, August 19
PHILLIE PEEWEES 2013 WESTERN CANADIAN CHAMPS

The Phillie Peewees are 2013 Western Canadian Champions. The Peewees ran the table in the 6 game round robin, by scores of: Phillies 9 Manitoba Thunder 0, Phillies 9 Saskatoon Raiders 2, Phillies 15 Prince Albert Aces 6, Phillies 12 Saskatoon Lasers 5, Phillies 11 Alberta River City 10, and Phillies 8 Calgary Kaizan 4. The 6-0 record put the Phillies in 1st place for the playoff round where they met the host Prince Albert Aces. The Phillies suffered there 1st loss as they were downed 11-4, putting them in the must win position to continue. Interlake did not disapoint as they staged a come from behind win, as they were trailing 6-1 and pulled off a 7-6 win in their final at bat, The Peewees then met Prince Albert in the Gold Medal Match and came through for a 9-7 victory to claim Gold and the 2013 Western Canadian Championship. Brielle Cara was named top pitcher in the round robin and Tatum Lindley was named MVP of the playoff. Great Job Team!!!!

Tuesday, September 10
HONOUR ROLL

             HONOUR ROLL

2002 JUNIOR "B" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS 
2002 PEEWEE "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
2005 SQUIRT "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
2005 PEEWEE "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
2006 SQUIRT "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
2006 PEEWEE "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
2007 PEEWEE "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
2008 PEEWEE "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS

2009 BANTAM "A" PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS 

2012 JUNIOR "B' PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS 

  

             


    2003 JUNIOR "B" WESTERN CANADIAN BRONZE MEDALLISTS

 
    2OO6 PEEWEE "A" WESTERN CANADIAN SILVER MEDALLISTS


    2007 PEEWEE "A" WESTERN CANADIAN GOLD MEDALLISTS


 2007 Eugene Michalow Memorial Award (Top Minor Team) as selected by Softballl MB

    2008 BANTAM "A" WESTERN CANADIAN SILVER MEDALLISTS

    2013 PEEWEE "A" WESTERN CANADIAN GOLD MEDALLISTS

2013 Eugene Michalow Memorial Award (Top Minor Team) as selected by Softball MB

 

 

 

 

HONOUR ROLL PLAYERS

ASHLEY KRYCHUK MOST OUSTANDING SQUIRT 2003

REGAN LAWRENCE MOST OUTSTANDING SQUIRT 2004

COURTNEY KWASNITZA MOST OUTSTANDING SQUIRT 2005

ASHLEY KRYCHUK MOST OUTSTANDING PEEWEE 2005

BROOKE BECKETT MOST OUTSTANDING SQUIRT 2006

KAILEE NEAL MOST OUSTANDING PEEWEE 2006

REGAN LAWRENCE MOST OUTSTANDING PEEWEE 2007

PAGE STUDLER MOST OUTSTANDING BANTAM 2007

BROOKE BECKETT MOST OUTSTANDING PEEWEE 2008

REGAN LAWRENCE MOST OUTSTANDING BANTAM 2009

REGAN LAWRENCE MOST OUTSTANDING MIDGET 2011

AMBER SCHNEIDER MOST OUTSTANDING SQUIRT 2013

 

AS SELECTED BY THE MANITOBA SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION

OTHER AWARDS

BONNIE GRAHAM 2003 TOP HITTER WESTERN CANADIAN JR."B" CHAMPIONSHIPS

ASHLEY KRYCHUK 2005 ALLSTAR SHORTSTOP CANADIAN NATIONAL PEEWEE CHAMPIONSHIPS

REGAN LAWRENCE 2007 MVP WESTERN CANADIAN PEEWEE "A" CHAMPIONSHIPS

PAGE STUDLER 2007 ALLSTAR 2ND BASEMAN CANADIAN NATIONAL BANTAM CHAMPIONSHIPS

JAMIE GREGORASH 2011 TOP HITTER WESTERN CANADIAN SENIOR "B" CHAMPIONSHIPS

SAM ANDERSON 2011 ALLSTAR OUTFIELDER CANADIAN NATIONAL MIDGET "A' CHAMPIONSHIPS

BRIELLE CARA 2013 TOP PITCHER WESTERN CANADIAN PEEWEE "A" CHAMPIONSHIPS

TATUM LINDLEY 2013 MVP WESTERN CANADIAN PEEWEE "A" CHAMPIONSHIPS



Sunday, May 26
PEEWEE PHILLIES HAVE A SUCCESSFUL WEEKEND

The Phillie Peewees had a fairly successful weekend as they split a double header with Brandon Magic and then tied and defeated the PHillie Bantams at Quarry Park this weekend. Brandon opened game 1 with a 3 run inning as a leadoff walk and a hit batsman scored from a single and another hit scored the 3rd run. Phillies answered with 1 in the bottom of the inning as Gillian Kerwin drew a walk stole 2nd and then scored on a Brandon miscue. A leadoff triple and an error put Brandon up 4-1 in the 4th, but the Phillies stormed back with 2 in the 6th to make it 4-3 as Palmer and Stafford scored.  An error and a single put Brandon up 5-3 in the 7th, but Phillies couldn't mount a come back and fell 5-3 in the opener. Phillies managed only 3 hits as Lindley doubled and Schneider and Palmer singled. Phillies had 3 walks. Lindley and Schneider handled the pitching duties allowing 6 hits while fanning 9 and issuing 3 walks and 1 hit batter.

Game 2 saw Brandon again jump out to a 2 run lead, but Brielle Cara put 1 up for the Phillies in the 2nd as she stole 2 bases including home to put the Phillies on the board. Kerwin added a run in the 3rd to tie the game. Brandon made things interesting in the 5th as after a leadoff strike out they loaded the sacks on walks, but Cara refocussed and got 2 comebackers to the mound and ended the threat. In the 6th the Phillies went ahead as Holod and Fines drew walks and then scored to make the score 4-2. Brielle Cara tripled and scored in the 7th to add an insurance run. Phillies win 5-2. Cara and Shewchuk struck out 8, and allowed 3 hits and 3 walks. Phillies had 4 hits with Shewchuk, Kerwin, Cara, and Stafford getting 1 each. The Peewees also had 6 walks.

Sunday the Peewees met The Bantam Phillies and came up with a 12-12 tie in the opener of a mistake filled game. Errors, poor decisions, added up with a few hits and a 4-1 lead  in the 4th evaporated as the Bantams took full advantage of the Peewee miscues. The Peewees did not fold but kept chipping away, highlighted by a 2 RBI homerun blast from the bat of Emma Stafford and  trailed 12-11 at the bottom of the 7th, and then rallied and managed the 12-12 tie.

In the 2nd game the Peewees jumped out to a 2-0 lead as 2 walks and a hit batter loaded the bases and Cabral and Schneider racked up RBIS. The Bantams made it 2-1 in the bottom of the inning but the Peewees came back with 1 as Fines walked and then scored on a RBI from Holod. The Bantams again put a run on the board in their half of the 2nd as a hit batter and a single put runners on 1st and 2nd and Mallory Maykutt singled to score 1.  In the 3rd Lindley and Shewchuk singled followed by a RBI single from Cara and a RBI from Thoresby and the Peewees led 6-2. Kerwin and Fines both singled in the 4th and Lindley added a RBI and the lead expanded to 8-2. The Bantams closed the gap scoring 2 in the bottom of the inning, but Cara scored in the 5th to make it 9-4. The Bantams battled back again in the 6th with 2 more. In the 7th Cara slammed the door striking out the side 3 up 3 down for a final 9-6 score. The Peewees pounded out 13 hits with Gillian Kerwin getting 3, Cara and Schneider had 2 each and Lindley, Shewchuk, Cabral,Fines Holod and Proven adding 1 each. Phillies also drew 4 walks and had 2 hit batters. Shewchuk and Cara gave up 6 hits, fanned 7, walked 3 and hit 2 batters.



2012 silver
Monday, October 15
PHILLIE SQUIRTS SILVER MEDALLISTS 2012


2012 Peewees
Monday, August 27
2012 PHILLIE PEEWEE SUMMARY

Throughout the 2012 season, the U14 team played 18 regluar league games, particpated in 4 tournaments and attended provincials. The girls showed steady improvement and development throughout the year!
The U14 Phillies team participated in The Smitty's Early Bird Classic on Mother's Day weekend in Winnipeg. In mid June, we participated in the International Classic Softball Tournament at John Blumberg Softball Complex. The Phillies participated in the Grand Forks Express Fastpitch Tournament on June 24th, and were the Consolation Champions! Then we traveled to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to participate in the 35th Annual Ringneck International Invitational Tournament July 6-8th. The team wrapped up the season playing in the U14 A Girls Fast Pitch Provincial Championships July 13-15th at the John Blumberg Softball Complex. 


Provincial Champs 2013
Tuesday, August 21
PHILLIE JUNIORS PROVINCIAL CHAMPS FOR 2012

The Phillie Juniors are Provincial Champions!!!!! The Phillies won gold at the Provincial Championships held at the Blumberg complex July 14-15. In game one the Juniors defeated Parkland  9-0. Korrie Watt opened the scoring in the 1st as she singled, stole 2nd, and then scored. In the 3rd Watt again led off with a single and stole 2nd, and then scored on Taylor Studler's triple. Brooke Beckett then drew a walk, and Regan Lawrence, Michelle Tremblay, and Nikki Bell all singled to put the Phillies up 5-0. In the 4th Interlake again scored as Watt was hit by a pitch, and Courtney Kwasnitza singled to put 2 on. Regan Lawrence then hit a round tripper and Phillies led 8-0. Kwasnitza tripled in the 5th and scored and the Phillies win on a mercy call 9-0. Regan Lawrence picked up the win, firing a no hitter fanning 11 and allowing 1 walk. In game 2 vs Lightning, Lightning went ahead 1-0 in the 1st and that score stayed until the 5th when Tremblay hit a lead off double. Nikki Bell then reached 1st on a fielder's choice. Watt and Kwasnitza then drove in the runners and Phillies led 2-1. Lightning tied the game in the 6th, and the 7th despite some drama, was scoreless. Lightning's 1st two batters hit safely to leave runners at 3rd and 2nd with none out. A popup and 2 strikeouts ended the threat and the teams headed to extra innings. Lightning failed to score at the top of the inning and Phillies came to bat.  With Brooke Beckett starting at 2nd in the ITB, Regan Lawrence laid down a sacbunt to move the runner to 3rd. Sam Anderson then walked and Michelle Tremblay hit a fly to centre that scored Beckett to give the Phillies a 3-2 victory. Phillie pitcher Lindsey Dixon allowed 8 hits and 1 walk while fanning 8. Phillies had 6 hits and 3 walks.                                                       In a rain shortened affair in game 3 Phillies defeated Eastman 2-0 with Lexa Twist on the mound. As the weather worsened, the Juniors were awarded the Provincial Championship based on their 3-0 round robin record.



Monday, August 8
2011 Senior Women's Silver Winners



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The South Interlake Phillies Senior Women's claimed Silver at the 2011 Provincial Championship.   The team will now complete in the 2011 Western Canadians at Quarry Park from August 11th to August 14th.

2011 CHAMPS
Tuesday, June 21
MIDGET PHILLIES 2011 INT'L CLASSIC CHAMPS

The South Interlake Phillies Midgets claimed Gold at the 2011 International Classic on Sunday with a 3-1 victory over the Smittys Terminators in the Gold Medal Final. Smittys scored 1 in the 1st, and Interlake tied it in the 2nd as Beckett singled and then scored on a RBI from Sam Anderson. In the 3rd Phillies went up 2-1, as Korrie Watt singled, stole 2nd and then scored on a RBI single from Taylor Studler. In the 4th Smittys threatened but stranded a runner at 3rd as a strikeout ended the inning. In the 5th Bre Marcon - Lajeunesse added an insurance run as she singled, stole 2nd and scored on a RBI from the bat of Brooke Beckett. Phillies had 7 hits and 2 walks, while on the mound for the Phillies, Lawrence allowed 3 hits, one walk, and fanned 4. In the semifinal vs Lightning, Sam Anderson broke up a 0-0 tie in the 5th with a solo blast to left to score the only run in a 1-0 victory. Phillies had 2 hits and a walk in the game. Jennie Van Doellen and Lindsey Dixon handled the pitching duties for the Phillies. Van Doellen allowed 1 hit and a walk over 3 innings and fanned 3. Dixon finished up allowing 1 hit and fanned 3. In the 3 preliminary games, Phillies dropped the opener 5-1 to Smittys and then crushed Eastman 24-1 in 2 1/2 innings. Phillies then squeaked by Westman 2-1 to finish 4th in the round robin. This is the 4th time in 5 years and the 5th time in 9 years that members of this Phillies age group have won the International Classic, with past wins including 2003 as Squirts, (where 3 members were still Mite age) 2007 as Peewees, 2008 and 2009 as Bantams and 2011 as Midgets. Even more remarkable is the fact that there was no Squirt Category for the team to play in 2004, and in 2005 the Squirt team played in the Peewee bracket and still made the playoff round. Congratulations PHILLIES!!!!!!

Sunday, November 7
PHILLIES TURN HEADS IN VEGAS

Dreams of getting a scholarship to attend College and play fastpitch just got a whole lot closer for 6 girls from the South Interlake Phillies. Regan Lawrence, Lindsey Dixon, Taylor Studler, Morgan Dyregrov, Sam Anderson, and Bréanne Marcon all attended the City of Lights College Showcase Tournament in Las Vegas Nevada this past weekend as members of the Manitoba Selects. The Selects are an all-star team selected from across the province that practiced and played through the fall in preparation for this showcase event. The Showcase had over 80 College Coaches in attendance looking to recruit talented athletes for their teams. The girls played a total of 5 games over 2 days with their own team and then were split up and combined with other girls to form 24 new teams that worked out and played another 4 games under the direct guidance of College Coaches.  On Friday the girls were at the diamond by 7AM for testing which included throwing speed and timed baserunning. The girls were also rated on outfield and infield throws and fielding and individual positional skills. The afternoon saw the Selects play 3 games, which included a come from behind 8-4 win over a Phoenix Arizona team and a 5-1 win over Alta Lomas California. In the final game they lost 8-4 to another Arizona team. Saturday morning the girls broke off into their College coached teams for 2 games and then played 2 more with the Selects in the afternoon. Travel, jet lag, and playing rust took their toll as Manitoba dropped both games in the afternoon, but they did keep them within reach. Saturday night the girls had a break from the diamonds and caught some of Las Vegas night life and sights but were back at the diamond by 7AM. Sunday saw 2 more games with their College coached teams and then some quick goodbyes and off to catch a flight home. The team certainly turned some heads as all girls on the team garnered recognition. In fact one College Coach from Washington was heard to say he would like to take the entire team. Interest was widespread over the US, as College offers and proposals came from Florida to Washington and California to North Dakota. The players were in agreement that the facility was the nicest they had ever played on and the weekend was thoroughly enjoyable and worthwhile. Any self doubts that the Phillie girls may have had, were cast aside and they came back with the belief that they can play with anyone and that they truly are capable of competing at the US College level. In fact, a number of the Phillie girls were formally recognized as standout athletes at the tournament and were invited to New York City in July for a “Best of The Best Tournament.” Manitoba Select Coach Wayne Dixon remarked that he believes that the trip was a rewarding experience both for him and the girls and that the communication regarding the recruitment and scholarship process between the College coaches and athletes was excellent. He also said that although the American girls play 150 games per year whereas Manitobans play 60, the quality and caliber of the Phillie organization has prepared Interlake girls with an exemplary program to develop. “Our girls are on par with the Americans.”

Wednesday, September 8
New 2011 South Interlake Phillies MIDGET Web Site

http://www.eteamz.com/2011southinterlakephilliesmidgetteam/

 



Sunday, January 31

Click Here for the 2010 South Interlake Phillies Midget Team

Player Roster added for 2010



Wednesday, July 29
BANTAM NATIONALS DAY 1

The Bantam Phillies dropped their opening game 5-0 to the Kitchener Klassics (Ontario # 1).  In the top of ...

Wednesday, July 1

COURTNEY KWASNITZA IS SELECTED TO TEAM CANADA

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Courtney Kwasnitza from the Bantam Phillies has been selected  as a player for the JUNIOR TEAM CANADA team which is slated to play in  a world tournament in the Czech Republic in August. Courtney was selected from one of three identification camps held across Canada. Courtney was the only Manitoban selected to the 17 member squad which is made up of fifteen 1993 players and two 1992's. Courtney is a catcher/infielder with the Phillies. Kwasnitza has played with the Phillies since 2003. The coaching staff, players and whole organization couldn't be prouder of the accomplishment. 

Tuesday, May 26
THE BANTAM PHILLIES GO 5-0 AT EARL MCNICHOL CLASSIC FOR GOLD MEDAL

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PHILLIES WENT UNDEFEATED AT THE EARL MCNICHOL CLASSIC OUTSCORING THE OPPOSITION 52-3 IN 5 GAMES.

Monday, June 22
PHILLIE BANTAMS AT JUNIOR TEAM CANADA TRYOUTS

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Several Phillie Bantams participated in the Junior Team Canada tryouts in Saskatoon  on June 6. Good Luck Girls!!!!

Monday, June 22
BANTAM PHILLIES TAKE INT'L CLASSIC

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The Bantam Phillies captured the Int'l Classic for the 2nd straight year, going 6-0 in the process. The Phillies outscored the opposition 34-5, and had 4 shutouts. The Bantams did not surrender a earned run in the tournament.

Game scores were PHILLIES 8 EASTMAN 4   PHILLIES 3 LIGHTNING 0 

PHILLIES 13 LUMSDEN  CUBS  0     PHILLIES 2 REGINA LAZERS 1

PHILLIES 4    MORDEN 0     PHILLIES 4 SMITTYS  0

This is the 3rd consecutive win for the Phillies having won the title as PeeWees also. Congratulations Girls!!!



Thursday, September 13
HISTORY

South Interlake Phillies Girls Fastpitch Softball are from the Interlake in Manitoba, Canada. Our home diamonds are located at Quarry Park in Stonewall, Manitoba, which is located approximately 15 minutes north of the Perimeter Highway off Highway #7.

The South Interlake Phillies will be in their 15th year in 2009 providing an "A" level fastpitch program. The teams have won numerous Provincial and Western Canadian medals have competed at the National Level. The 2 age categories will be competing in the Manitoba Ladies Softball Super League in Winnipeg and surrounding area. All home league games and practices are held at the Stonewall Quarry Park facilities.

Players wanting information on the Phillies, please send us an email or phone Al 467-9430, Larry 467-2678 or Lyle 467-7690.


THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES

1995 saw the start of the Phillie organization. This Bantam team struggled in that first year going 5 wins and 25 losses, but come Provincials they played with heart and tenacity and to their credit they did not finish last as they were in every game but one. The coach Larry Klimpke remembers the highlight as being after the Provincial game vs Brandon when the Brandon coach congratulated him and the team on how much they had improved from the start of the year. Two original players Dan Dalton and Erin Klimpke are still members of the Phillies as members of the Open team.

Photographs Wanted !!!

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Have any good photos taken over the past THIRTEEN years? We can include them in our picuture gallery.

   
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