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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



2011 Phillies Senior Women's Team
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, 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. 

Wednesday, November 12
BROOKE BECKETT SELECTED AS MOST OUTSTANDING PEEWEE PLAYER IN MANITOBA

Brooke Beckett of the South Interlake Phillies Peewee team has been selected as the most Outstanding Peewee player in Manitoba for 2008. Beckett's Phillies were Provincial Gold Medallists and attended the Western Canadian Championships. Beckett's season stats were impressive as  she pitched a total of 158 innings compiling a record of 23 wins and 7 losses. Brooke faced 790 batters fanning 393, while walking 91. She threw 3 no hitters and shared 1 more. Three times she fired a 1 hitter, and 3 times she threw a 2 hit game. Beckett had 21 complete game wins and 5 complete game shutouts. In MLSSL game stats Brooke had league leading stats of an ERA of .56, an opponent batting average of .088 a 1.06 WHIP, and an amazing 2.04 strikeouts per inning. Beckett was equally impressive at the plate as she hit for a .405 average with 48 singles, 14 doubles, 5 triples, and 2 homeruns. Her slugging percentage was .582. Brooke was also called upon to play up with the Bantam Phillies a number of times where she always equal to the task and filled in without missing a beat. Congratulations Brooke!!!!!

Brooke will be receiving her award at the Annual Awards Ceremony November 29 at 200 Main Street in Winnipeg at 1PM on the 2nd floor. Please plan to attend and show your support. 

 



Friday, August 22
2008 BANTAM SUMMARY

The 2008 Bantam Season began in Mason City Iowa in April, and ended in Airdrie Alberta in August. It included visits to Portage, Altona, and Sioux Falls South Dakota. The season ran a total of 63 games with the Phillies winning 48 losing 13 and tying 2. At one point in the season the Phillies reeled off 20 straight victories. The team attended 5 tournaments and won Gold at 2 and finished 3rd at the other 3. The Phillies shut out the opposition 17 times and were only shut out themselves 4 times. The team outscored the opponents 406-157. Twenty-five times the Phillies mercied the opposition, but only faced the same fate once. The 3 Phillie pitchers threw 2 no hitters and five 1 hit games. The Phillie Bantams finished 1st in the Manitoba Ladies Super Softball League with a record of 12 wins and 2 losses, and  captured the Gold Medal going 6-0 at the International Classic Tournament. At provincials the Phillies perhaps played their poorest weekend of the season, settling for Bronze. With the 3rd place finish, the team travelled to Airdrie Alberta for the Western Canadian Championships. The Phillies finished the Round-Robin portion with a record of 4-2, which was good enough for a tie for 2nd place. In the tiebreaker the Phillies beat Saskatoon Raiders 10-6 and earned the right to play Edmonton in the 1st vs 2nd matchup to see who would advance to the Gold Medal game and have 2 lives. The Phillies beat Edmonton in a thriller 1-0 and sat back to see who they would play in the final. Edmonton knocked off Saskatoon and again faced the Phillies in the Gold Medal. Unfortunately the bats were cooled off and Edmonton defeated the Phillies 2 straight to take Gold. For the 3rd straight year, the Phillies medalled at Westerns adding another Silver to go with last year's GOLD.  Perhaps the highlight of the season was in Sioux Falls at the Ringneck tournament, where the Phillies finished in 3rd place. Behind stellar pitching and great defence and hitting the Phillies finished 2nd in their pool and won their playoff games to meet Nebraska's Ralston Riot ( last years National AFA runnerup). The girls lost the game but were ecstatic over their 3rd place finish against American girls who were sometimes 2 years older. All in all it was a very successful season for the team of which all but 3 are eligible to return for another year.  A big thankyou to Ceilidh Houston of the Angels who played with us at Westerns.Thanks to Morgan Dyregrov for filling in when we were short. Thankyou to our coaches Wayne and Scott for your tireless efforts, and thankyou to all the parents for all your help and patience. Special thanks to Darlene Neal for scorekeeping and being able to find Grosse Isle.  Lastly thankyou to the Phillie organization that we are so proud to represent and play for--- 4 Provincial Gold Medals and a Bronze in 5 years, 2 Western Canadian Silver and 1 Gold Medal in the past 3 years, and 2 consecutive championships at the International Classic.  And once again Great season girls!!!!! 



BANTAM WESTERNS
Friday, August 8
PHILLIE BANTAMS 2008 WESTERN CANADIAN FINALISTS
The Phillie Bantams captured the Silver Medal at the 2008 Western Canadian Bantam Championships as they bowed out to the Edmonton Warriors in the Gold Medal Final.

Friday, August 22
2008 Pee Wee Summary
The Pee Wee season started May 1 and wrapped up at the Westerns in Vancouver Aug. 3. The girls played in 5 tournaments this year, winning Gold at 3 and silver in 1. They compiled a record of 45-12-1, outscoring the opposition 501-230. They mercied the opposition 24 times, having it done to them only twice. They shutout the opposition 7 times, allowed 1 run 11 times, and allowed 2 runs 10 times. Highlights included, 18 straight wins to start the year, 5 straight at the Smittys Earlybird, 6 straight at the Earl McNichol, 6 straight at the Phillies Tourney, capped by 6 straight to win the Provincial Crown. The girls travelled to Sioux Falls for the Ringneck, while we ended up 2 and 2, the team bonded further and had an enjoyable time. Phillies pitchers combined for 4 no-hitters, 5-1 hitters, 8-2 hitters and 8-3 hitters. The team had leaders in almost every MLSSL offensive and pitching categories. The season wrapped up in Vancouver at the Westerns. While going 1-5, the team had nothing to hang their heads over. After opening with a 6-4 win over the Silver medallist Richmond Islanders, the girls dropped a heart breaking 4-3 8 inning decision to the Saskatoon Lazers. In game 3,  the team fell 2-0 to the eventual Gold medallists, Fraser Valley Fushion.  In game 4, the Phillies fell 4-2 to the Saskatoon Raiders followed by a nailbiting 3-2 loss to Edmonton in game 5. In a meaningless game six the girls lost 9-3 to the Calgary Rockies. Each and everyone of the girls can be proud of their accomplishments this season. The coaching staff would like to thank all the girls for their hard work, dedication,  and great attitudes. A truly enjoyable experience to be around such a great group of girls. A further thanks to all the parents for your commitment, great attitudes and your desire to help further your daughters ball careers. A special thanks to Todd and Uncle Ed, who's contribution to the teams success was invaluable. An additional thanks to Ken Manness for helping out in Vancouver, to Ken Roy, for helping organize, even if he wasn't aware of it until after the meetings. Last but not least, a special thanks to D'Arcy for the thankless job of scorekeeping, doctoring up all the girls injuries, having a great sense of humor, a true asset to our club.

2008 Pee Wee Provincial Champs
Sunday, July 13
PHILLIES 4PEAT IN A SWEEP <--------------------> 2008 PEEWEE "A" CHAMPS

South Interlake PeeWee Phillies won the 2008 Provincial "A" Crown with a clean sweep of the opposition, defeating Winnipeg Lightning 8-7 in a tough battle in the final round robin game. The Phillies won 6 straight with 4 mercy calls enroute to the championship-the 4th straight for the organization and 5th in 7 years. Congratulations to Coaches Pat and Ed and the girls. 

In what started as a rain delayed weekend the Phillies opened the Provincials with a 10-1 drubbing of Smittys 94'. Highlighted by Brianne Manness' 7 RBI performance and K.C. Roy's complete 7 inning 6 hitter.

In Game 2 Sat. morning the Phillies took the field against Westman. After piling up 6 runs in the 2nd, 1 in the 3rd, the Girls cooled off a bit and allowed Westman back into it with 3 in the 5th. The girls responded with 2 more in the 5th and 2 in the 6th to pull away, winning 11-8. Hailey Unger went 5 with Brooke Beckett coming in for the 6th and 7th.

In Game 3 Sat., with the wind gusting to 70k and the rain coming sideways, the girls faced Smittys 95's. The girls came out hitting, putting up 4 in the bottom of the 1st, highlighted by Cori Odwaks 3 RBI double.  Smittys added 2 in the top off 3, but the girls responded with 1 back, on Hailey Ungers fence clearing moonshot into the wind. That was a close as Smittys got as the Phillies cruised to a 9-2 5 inning decision. Brooke Beckett went the distance, allowing 2 runs on 3 hits, while fanning 7.

Sunday morning the Sun was out and the girls opened the day against the Blue Thunder. The Phillies jumped out of the gate with 7 runs in the top of 1, with Beckett,Unger and Manness all doubling. In the 3rd, the girls added 10 more cruising to a 3 inning 17-1 run call. K.C. Roy went 3 allowing 1 run on 2 hits, while fanning 5.

In the second game Sunday vs the Angels, the Phillies pounded out 4 runs in the bottom of 1 to set the tone. The girls added 3 more in the 2nd  for a 7-1 3 inning victory. Hailey Unger went 3 allowing 1 run on 2 hits, while K'ing 3.

In what turned out to be the Gold Medal game late sunday evening, the Phillies faced the Lightning. After a scoreless first, the Lightning jumped out to 2 run lead on a hit batswoman and a single. In the 4th, Bain reached on a walk, followed by Beckett who was throwin out stealing 2nd. Unger walked and Odwak drove in 2 with a single to tie it up. In the bottom of 4 the Lightning struck back with 3. In the top of 5 the Phillies responded with 4 with singles by Studler and Bain, a double by Beckett, Unger with a triple and Manness with a single to go up 6-5. The Phillies added 2 in the 6th on singles by Roy, Studler and Bain to push the lead to 8-5. In the bottom of 7 the Lightning put their first 2 runners on with singles., after a strikeout they singled again, scoring 2 to make it 8-7. Beckett coaxed a ground ball out and K'd the next to preserve the 8-7 victory. Beckett went the distance allowing 7 runs on 10 hits, while fanning 12.

 



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2007 WESTERN CANADIAN PEEWEE A CHAMPIONS

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Sunday, July 27
PHILLIES OPEN TEAM WIN BRONZE AT PROVINCIALS
The Phillies Open Team captured BRONZE at the Provincials and are now headed to the Western Canadian Senior "B" Championships in Brandon. The Phillies won their opener 4-0 over Smittys Eastman and then dropped Portage Prairie Fire 12-3. Brandon then defeated the Phillies 9-4 to put the Phillies in the playoff round against SouthWest Thunder where they came back after trailing to win 9-5 in 8 innings. With a Western Berth guaranteed the Phillies now faced Smittys and lost 10-4 to take Bronze.  

Tuesday, December 11
STONEWALL ARGUS ARTICLE ON THE PHILLIES

O SAY CAN YOU SEE ----- THE STAR SPANGLED PHILLIES

The South Interlake Phillies will be front and centre at the 2007 Softball Manitoba Awards Ceremony on Saturday November 24 at 200 Main St. The Phillies collected 2 individual and one team award for the past season.

Page Studler was selected as the most outstanding Bantam player in the Province. Page played 2nd base for the Phillies and had a season batting average of .385 and an on base average of .423. She collected 60 hits including 52 singles, 6 doubles and 2 triples. Page's Bantams collected Bronze at the Provincials and finished 7th at Nationals as top Manitoban team. Page had a superb year defensively as she had a great glove and a sure throw. At Nationals Page was sparkling as she was awarded 2nd base all-star with a perfect 1.000 fielding average with 16 put outs and 5 assists, and a batting average of .316. Page also had 1 RBI and scored 3 runs.

Regan Lawrence was awarded most outstanding Peewee player. Regan was a pitcher/fielder for the Phillies. Regan pitched in a total of 38 games posting a record of 29 wins 0 losses and 1 tie. In 171  1/3 innings she struck out 252, and allowed 78 hits and 80 walks. She pitched 1 perfect game, 3 no hitters, 5 one hitters,  and 5 two hitters.  Regan had a season ERA of 0.97 and pitched 14 shutout games. At Provincials she picked up 4 wins and had an ERA of 0.35. At Westerns she had 4 wins and a save and an ERA of 1.44. She also was awarded player of the game 3 times including the Gold Medal game.

The South Interlake Phillies Peewees were awarded the Eugene Michalow Award as top Minor Team in Manitoba for 2007.  The Peewees played a total of 55 games and compiled an amazing record of 50 wins 4 losses and 1 tie. They played in 4 tournaments and won Gold at three. They won the Smittys Early Bird, the Earl McNichol and the International Classic. In the Super League schedule of 16 games they went undefeated with a record of 15 wins and 1 tie. At Provincials they went undefeated with a record of 5-0 and outscored the opposition 59-2 in 5 mercy games and 4 shutouts. At Westerns the Phillies went 8-0 capturing the Gold for Manitoba the first time ever. During the season the team recorded 28 mercy wins and 21 shutouts and outscored the opposition 487-128. One truly amazing stat is that after losing the initial game of the International Classic, (where 3 girls were attending Grad) the team went undefeated for the remainder of the season - a run of 30 games including the International Classic, Provincials, Super League Playoffs, and Westerns.

Congratulations Page, Regan, and the Peewee team!!!!!

 

 



Friday, September 14
Four Phillie Teams = Four Provincial Medals
The South Interlake Phillies continues to be the place to be for top level fastpitch in Manitoba. Top level coaches, the best groomed diamonds in Manitoba and the lowest registration fees in organized ball all lend to the outcome of being the most successful organization in Minor Fastpitch in recent years. The 2007 season was yet again another successful one for the Phillie organization as all 4 teams captured Provincial Medals at their respective championships. The Open team won Silver at Provincials and travelled to Camrose Alberta where they just missed the playoff round as they were defeated in a tiebreaker. The Junior B team won Bronze and went to Victoria B.C. for Westerns. The Bantam team who took Bronze at Provincials travelled to Quebec for Nationals and made the playoff round to finish as the top Manitoba team. The Bantam's own Page Studler was selected as the All-Star 2nd baseman at Nationals. The Peewee team won Gold at the International Classic.  At  Provincials they went undefeated and followed this up by winning Gold at the Western Canadians again going undefeated. Regan Lawrence was selected MVP in the Gold Medal Game. A very successful year for the organization and congratulations to all athletes and Coaches. Lets do it again in 2008!!!

Saturday, August 18
BANTAM PHILLIES FINISH 3RD IN ROUND ROBIN AT NATIONALS - ON TO PLAYOFFS

The Bantam Phillies went 3-3 in the round robin portion of the Bantam Nationals in Quebec, and finished 3rd in their pool which gives them a playoff berth. The Bantams dropped game 1 to Burnaby B.C. 6-0  and an 8-2 loss to Quebec Rebelles in day 1 of the tournament. Day 2 saw another loss to Missisauga Tigers 7-3, but the Phillies rebounded with a 4-2 win over Calgary Illusion to round out Day 2. On Friday with their backs to the wall the Phillies dropped Sherwood Park from Edmonton 3-1 then humbled the New Brunswick team from St. Johns 7-0.   The Phillies now meet the host team from Quebec in the 1st playoff round.  The other Manitoba representative, Smittys Terminators failed to make the playoff round.

NEWS FLASH

PAGE STUDLER has been selected as the ALL-STAR 2nd baseman for the Bantam Nationals. Page hit .316 with 6 hits 1 RBI and 3 runs scored. She had 16 put outs and 5 assists and fielded a perfect 1000. Congratulations Page!!!!!

 

The Phillies have been eliminated from further play at Nationals as they dropped an 11-9 decision to the host Quebec team. Details to follow.



Tuesday, August 7
KRYCHUK AND WOODS CAPTURE SILVER AT WESTERN CANADIAN SUMMER GAMES

Rylee Woods and Ashley Krychuk of the Bantam Phillies captured silver medals at the Western Canadian Summer Games held in Strathcona County Alberta this past weekend as members of Team Manitoba. The team went 2-4 through the round robin, losing to Saskatchewan in the opener 3-1, and then dropping a 4-1 decision to Alberta and a 13-4 loss to B.C.. The girls regrouped and beat Saskatchewan 1-0, and Alberta 3-2, but were knocked off by B.C.  2-1. A 2 win 4 loss record in the round robin placed Manitoba in the 3-4 game vs Saskatchewan where the girls won a nail-biter 2-1. Next up was Alberta who had lost to B.C. in the 1-2 game. Manitoba shone through again 4-0 to put them in the gold medal game vs B.C.  B.C. scored 1 in the 1st but Manitoba went ahead in the 4th 2-1. B.C. scored 2 in the 5h to go ahead 3-2 but Manitoba again tied the game in the 6th 3-3. In the 7th inning B.C. scored one to win the gold and give the silver medal to Manitoba in a thriller. Congratulations Ashley and Rylee.



Tuesday, August 7
2007 PEEWEE SUMMARY
The 2007 Peewee season is now complete. It was a season that began last September with tryouts and ended at the Western Canadian Peewee Championships held in Winnipeg July 26-29. The team practiced a little through the winter scheduling around hockey schedules, but stepped it up with the coming spring weather. As always the rural team had trouble attracting bodies, but with some beating of the bushes a core amount was found. The 12 member team was not set until early April with the welcome addition of 2 players and the Peewees were set to go. The team started strong, winning its 1st 12 games, and the Early Bird tournament, but still made many mistakes as the girls learned new positions and some got their 1st taste of "A" ball. The girls improved slowly and won the Blue Thunder tournament. The coaches tinkered with combinations and positions and fine tuned the girls skills and come the Regina tournament in early June the team showed signs that they were starting to jell. They failed to make the Gold Medal game but were pleased for the most part with their performance.The team's next action was at the International Classic where they captured GOLD with a gutsy performance. They lost their 1st game of the tournament there but that was the last time in the season that they tasted defeat as they reeled off 30 consecutive wins therafter. The team went undefeated during the Super League season with 15 wins and 1 tie. At the Provincials the Peewees went 5-0 outscoring the opposition 58-2 in 5 mercy games.  They swept the Angels 2 straight in the Super League playoffs, and then went 8-0 at Westerns to capture the Gold Medal. In a season of 55 games the Phillies compiled a record of 50 wins 4 losses and 1 tie. They outscored the opposition 487-128. They attended 4 tournaments and won gold at 3 of them. In the 55 games played the Phillies mercied the opposition 28 times and had 21 shutouts. The 12 girls on the team all contributed in so many ways during the season to achieve the final team success. Many thanks to all the parents for the countless hours and miles you guys donated to your daughter's ball career.  A special thanks to the McMahon's for all your help during the season.This was a very special season girls- give yourselves a big pat on the back and enjoy the memories because you ALL deserve it. Lastly a big thankyou to coaches Scott, Ed and Pat, without you guys the team would never achieve half of what they did, you guys are invaluable.

Friday, August 3
Stonewall Argus Article on Westerns

Monday, July 30
HOW THE WEST WAS WON---PHILLIE PEEWEES WESTERN CANADIAN CHAMPIONS
It's all over- the South Interlake Phillies have gone undefeated through the tournament with a perfect 8-0 record ...

Friday, July 20
READ ARGUS ARTICLE ON PROVINCIAL CHAMP PEEWEES

Friday, July 20
READ ARGUS ARTICLE ON KRYCHUK & WOODS TEAM 'TOBA members

Monday, July 16
PHILLIE PEEWEES 2007 PROVINCIAL "A" CHAMPIONS
The South Interlake Phillies completely dominated the opposition this past weekend at Moffat Field capturing the ...

Thursday, July 5
PEEWEES CAPTURE 2007 INTERNATIONAL CLASSIC
The beginning didn't look promising,but the outcome made it all worthwhile as the Phillie Peewees captured the ...

Monday, July 17
PHILLIE PEEWEES WIN 2006 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday, November 3
BROOKE BECKETT SELECTED AS MOST OUTSTANDING SQUIRT

Monday, November 6
KAILEE NEAL IS PEEWEE MVP FOR MANITOBA

Monday, October 30
2006 SQUIRT SUMMARY

Tuesday, October 31
2006 PEEWEE SUMMARY

Sunday, August 6
PHILLIE PEEWEES WIN SILVER AT WESTERN CANADIAN PEEWEE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tuesday, July 4
Canada Day Peewee Champs

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.

Wednesday, June 14
PHILLIE PEEWEE ALLSTARS SHINE

Friday, June 2
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PHILLIES SQUIRTS WIN SILVER FOR 2003
Phillies Squirts captured the silver medal at the 2003 Provincials, bowing out to the Blue Thunder '91 squad in ...

Tuesday, May 30
2006 OPEN Champs Brandon Early Bird

Thursday, March 30
MSA AWARDS

FUNDRAISING ACTIVITIES
The South Interlake Phillies currently do fundraising for their personnel items and to raise money for the organization

Types of Fundraising include:
Selling M & M Chocolates
Selling Farlee Juices
Selling Grey Cup Tickets
Obtaining sponsorship from Business.



Saturday, November 5
YEAH!!!! 3 PEAT FOR PHILLIES !!!!!
Courtney Kwasnitza of the Phillies Squirts has been selected as Most Outstanding Squirt Player in Manitoba for ...

Friday, November 18
KRYCHUK TOPS FOR PEEWEES

Friday, November 18
PHILLIE PEEWEES TOP MINOR TEAM IN MANITOBA

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