This Week in Baseball: Mosquito Rep Tournament

Pelham Mosquito Rep Tournament

Pelham Minor Baseball Association and Group 92 Mechanical, Font Coffee Bar and Peter Piper's Pubhouse Pelham Panthers Mosquito Rep team hosted their first annual Mosquito Rep Showcase Tournament at Centennial Park in Fenwick from July 12-14 2019.  Teams came from the Niagara Region as well as Uxbridge, Woodstock, Essex and Burlington. 

Thank you to our Fabulous Fenwick Lions who operated the Consession all weekend for drinks and food in between games. 

There were some great baseball moments and a great time had by all.  Pelham Panthers Mosquito Rep team played well and made the semi-finals only to loose by 1 run to Uxbridge. 

After the semi-finals it came down to Uxbridge vs. Welland for the Championship.  It was a sea-saw battle back and forth with some excellent pitching  and great defence in the last inning when the dust had settled Uxbridge came out on top winning by 1 run. 

Thank you goes out to all the Pelham Panthers Mosquito Rep parents for all their help and support in making this weekend a success. 

Pelham Central Auto Royals

On July 15th  in Fort Erie against team 1, Pelham lost 15-4 having only 8 players on the roster.  Scoring for Pelham was Tom Harrington, Liam Vokey, Ethan Killins and Ethan Krick. Leading the way in hitting were Trevor Heaslip with a hit and 2 RBIs. Also Ethan Killins and Caleb Dobrucki had a hit and an RBI each. Adding one hit each were Tom, Liam, Connor Lacroix and Ethan Krick.  On July 16th, in our first official home game at Harold Black Park, we lost 13-8 to Fort Erie 2. After falling behind 8-2 the team battled back to trail by 1 heading into the last inning before giving up 4 runs to end the game.  Scoring twice for Pelham were Ethan Killins and Liam Vokey. Single runs were scored by Will Horton, Trevor, Tom and Ethan Krick.  Will lead the team with 3 hits while Liam had 2 hits and Tom also had 2 hits with an RBI. Ethan Krick had a double and 2 RBIs. Trevor had a single while Ethan Killins and Connor also had singles with an RBI each. Trevor pitched one and two thirds innings of scoreless ball before having to leave the mound with a sore arm. 
Even though the scores may not show it, things are looking positive heading into the playoffs!