The Pelham Medical Associates Peewee Rep team continued their undefeated record in leauge play this week with victories over Welland and Beamsville. A solid hit by rookie Jake Kalailieff, followed up by good base running contributed some much needed fire power. A stunning unassisted double play by Lucas Grant ended the close Welland game to the gasps of the crowd. Excitement mounted as the team started play in the Saugeen Shores weekend tournament. Ethan Wells was awarded MVP of the opener with a shut out, complete game against Corunna. Although a nail biter, Pelham was victorious against the home town team with Nate Girling taken the mound. To complete pool play, Pelham tied Woodstock with Will Baltrusiunas leading the offensive charge. With attention turned to the semi-finals, Pelham faced off against Collingwood and took the win 9-5. Excellent catching with an "out at the plate" and clinch hitting by Wyatt Gibson and a strong outing from battery mate Ryan Culig. With victory one win away, Pelham faced off against tournament rivals, Woodstock for a second time. Determined to prevail this time, MVP Jake Passmore made two difficult plays from short stop and shored up the offense with reliable hard hits and RBIs. Centre fielder, Cole Townson, not only made his usual beautiful catches but added to the excitement with a strike throw to the pitcher to catch the runner off second base for an inning ending surprise out. Two clutch hits by Jake Laewetz drove in more runs and smart at bats by Tyler Hunter and Owen Nicholls secured the 8-5 win and the tournament gold!