The GVBA Pee Wee Tigers got off to a great start to the summer tournament season by winning the Noel Rehaume Memorial Pee Wee ‘A’ Tournament in Pitt Meadows on Sunday July 10th. The Tigers came back from a 4-run deficit to beat Prince George 8-7 in the Friday night opener, winning in the bottom of the 7th. On Saturday morning they played small ball and beat Maple Ridge 9-2 with only 4 hits. Having secured home dugout in the semi-final, the afternoon game with Burnaby was meaningless. The Tigers rested arms and Burnaby prevailed 10-8. Sunday morning Victoria dispatched Maple Ridge 9-6 in the semi and then met Burnaby again in the final. Victoria ace Harrison Hurford threw a 1-run 60-pitch complete game gem and the Tigers mercied the Braves 12-1 in 5. Way to go Tigers!
Promoting and Organizing Canadian Amateur Baseball on South Vancouver Island