Mosquito A Red Eagles
2010 Island Champions
The 2010 Mosquito A Red Eagles are managed by George Musselwhite with the assistance of Phil Williams, Chris Smith, Ian Weir and Mark Hayes. Players include Sascha Enns, Zachary Guerra, Cameron Hayes, Will Hazell-Penaluna, Michael Musselwhite, Carson Simmons, Braeden Schnorbus, Ryan Smith, Joe Stafford-Veale, Joshua Walker, Andrew Weir and Rhys Williams.
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Mosquito AAA Black Eagles (Tier I)
2010 Island Champions
The 2010 Mosquito AAA Tier I Black Eagles are managed by Keith Davidoff with the assistance of Dave Swinton and Scott Hooper. Players include Quinten Davidoff, Cameron Devlin, Colin Gall, Mattson Haggard, Jarod Hooper, Spencer Kearley, Caleb Kueber, Michael Moore, Marcel Petruzzelli, Nate Postle, Austin Somers, Calvin Somers and Parker Swinton.
Mosquito AAA Bandits (Tier II)
The 2010 Mosquito AAA Tier 2 Bandits are managed by Derek Gale with the assistance of Pat Moore and Steve Johnson. Players include Noah Doorschot, Jon Gale, Liam Gatensby, Malcolm Harrison, Dawson Hurford, Harrison Hurford, Lance Johnson, Rajvir Khaira, Duncan Knight, Cameron McMicken, Connor Moody, Dawson Neal and Brody Stark.
Pee Wee A Tigers
2010 Island Champions
The 2010 Pee Wee A Tigers are managed by Pete Williams with the assistance of John Fuller and Dan Anderson. Players include Brock Anderson, Brody Brubacher, Martin Eckard, James Fuller, Ryan Gray, Mary Harding, Lawson Macdonald, Ayden Ostropolski, James Scott, Stephen Thornton, Broeden Wood and Jason Willow. The team had a successful summer, finishing second in the Burnaby All-Fun tournament, and third at the Pee Wee A Provincials in Surrey.
Pee Wee AA Mustangs
The 2010 Pee Wee AA Mustangs are managed by Mike Scherr with the assistance of Graham Sela and Wayne Dale-Johnson. Players include Tyson Abbott, Mitch Beckwith, Riley Brassard, Tyler Duncan, Devon Gall, Will Gorham, Cole Haddock, Christian Hauff, Jeremy Patterson, Ryan Scherr, Graham Sela Jr. and Jordan Strandlund.
Pee Wee AA Wildcats
The 2010 Pee Wee AA Wildcats are managed by Grant Turner with the assistance of Danny Martin and Corey Waters. Players include Liam Arason, Viktor Coffey, Michael Connacher, Stephen Duffy, Zeke Holt, Chris Marsden, Gianni Martin, Tyson McLean, Kalani Sciascia, Nolan Tesch, Riley Turner and Kieran Waters.
Pee Wee AAA Black Eagles
The 2010 Pee Wee AAA Black Eagles are managed by John Turcotte with the assistance of Ted Bosence and Mike Gamble. Players include Jeremy Allen, Jake Bosence, Jeffrey Calton, Kurtis Gamble, Ben Hillier, Kobe Morris, Mitchell Newman, Branden Paterson, Tyler Schindel, Ethan Skuija, Graeme Thompson and Brendan Turcotte.
Pee Wee AAA Red Eagles
The 2010 Pee Wee AAA Red Eagles are managed by Patrick Duncan with the assistance of Dave Glowicki. Players include Chris Blaskovich, Angus Catto, Liam Catto, Brock Duncan, Sam Glowicki, Benjamin Goertzen, Jonah Hall, Brett Irvine, Jakob Rimmer, Rhys Saxton, Michael Varley and Dylan Werrun.
Bantam A Bulls
The 2010 Bantam A Bull are managed by Paul Rivet with the assistance of Alex Raiche and Terry Dalziel. Players include Joshua Allison, Jacob Barnard, Derek Brougham, Noah Dalziel, Ana Sophia Felea-Motet, Eric Hegadoren, Austin Rivet, Quinn Shelby, Lyndon Simmons, Kirpal Singh, Andrew Styffe and Shayla Zeitz.
Bantam AA Stingers
2010 Island Champions – 2010 Provincial Silver Medalists
The 2009 Bantam AA Stingers are managed by Evan Keenleyside with the assistance of Dave Hull. Players include Tyler DeMan, Zachery Deol, Anthony Ebbs-Canavan, Jordan Judge, Ryan Kennedy, Daniel Massy, Kyle Murai, Dallas Patterson, Lucas Piechnik, Samuel Stafford-Veale, Zane Takhar and Evan Willow.
Midget AA Wolves
The 2009 Midget AA Wolves are managed by Jordan McMaster with the assistance of Tod Elborne. Players include Stefan deMontmorency, Dean Elborne, Shane Gallagher, Dawson Main, Branden Masse, Curtis McLellan, Jesse McMaster, Luke Michaud, Joel Podmoroff, Matthew Renko, Andrew Taylor, Chris Taylor and Sam Wright.
2010 Full Season Teams
Bantam AAA Jr. Eagles
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Bantam AAA Sr. Eagles
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Bantam AAA SR. EAGLES FALL ONE GAME SHORT OF PROVINCIAL TITLE
The Sr. Victoria Eagles Batam AAA team’s season came to an unfortunate, and somewhat unpredicted end at the provincial championships this past weekend in Cloverdale. The Sr. Eagles came into the tournament ranked third in the league which put them in a tougher pool, where only the top two teams would emerge to play in the playoff round. Hopes would quickly rise as Victoria would come out of the group stage a perfect 4-0 with wins over Abbotsford, Vancouver, Victoria Jr, and Richmond through the first three days of competition. Pitching would be the main factor in each of the ball games as starting pitchers Riley Edmonds, Jordan Vanstone, Vinny Martin, and Spencer Scotney would all receive player of the game awards for their efforts. All of these amazing pitching performances were topped with a no hitter being thrown by Spencer Scotney versus Richmond, before he was eventually taken out of the game due to pitch count regulations. Everything was in place, and the coaching staff of the Eagles were ready to show off the depth of their pitching staff in a semi final match up with North Delta and hopefully a date in the final with the winner of Vancouver and Cloverdale. What was not heavily anticipated was unforgiving weather on championship Sunday. Only one day removed from a four hour rain delayed victory over Richmond, Victoria was preparing for another tough game in even tougher conditions as the rain would not relent for the start of the ball game. The Eagles would jump out to an early 1-0 lead in the first inning and would hold onto that lead until the third when things would slowly start to unravel. Third baseman Mitch Hawkins would be struck in the face with a bad hop off of the slick muddy infield and be forced from the game to be taken to the hospital for attention. This would only be the beginning as three errors in the inning after that event, would spot North Delta a 2-1 lead; a lead from which they would never look back. Although starting pitcher Brendan Somers would only allow a scattered handful of singles and no earned runs, pitch count would force manager Ron Arcuri and the rest of the Eagles staff to make a tough decision to remove Somers from the game. They would turn to the hot hand of Game 1 winner Riley Edmonds to shut the door, but an onslaught of errors and seeing eye singles would force Edmonds to throw more pitches than should have been required. Eventually the well trained bats of North Delta would start to hit Edmonds, and he would be lifted from the game in place of Dan Phillips. Phillips entered with a 6-1 deficit and little pressure to deal with, and that helped spark the Eagles to another two runs, but in the top of the seventh, a two run home run from the bat of Steven VanVooght would crush any hopes of another dramatic Victoria comeback. It was a long and tough voyage back to the Island for the coaching staff of the Eagles as they were left to think about a team that had lost in the semi finals, but who likely had the most talent in the league. There is no doubt that the players deserved a better result, but they can definitely hold their heads high as 4-1 in provincials is a feat that should normally grant you a provincial title. Congratulations to the Vancouver Mounties who showed that they had managed a deeper roster to the final than the injury plagued North Delta Astros, as they went onto a 13-2 championship victory. The Mounties will now represent BC at the Bantam AAA National Championships in Vaughn Ontario later this month.
Junior Premier Eagles
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Midget AAA Mariners
2010 Provncial Champions – 2010 Western Canadian Champions
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August 25, 2010 – Mariners AAA Captures Western Canadian Gold
The Victoria Mariners Midget AAA team capped off a great season by winning the 2010 Western Canadians over the weekend. The Mariners finished the BC Minor Baseball Association regular season in 2nd place with a record of 29-10 and advanced to the Provincials held in Kamloops. The team started their run to the Westerns by going undefeated at the Provincials with round robin wins over Cloverdale (6-4), Kamloops (12-2) and Ridge Meadows (8-6). The semi-finals saw them shut out South Okanagan 4-0 and move on to a rematch with Ridge Meadows in the Gold medal game. Determined to move on to the Westerns, the Mariners came prepared to play and took the game 9-1. The team had two weeks of preparation before heading to the Westerns in Saskatoon. They started the tournament off with a 5-4 victory over Alberta then followed that with a 9-5 routing of Manitoba. Game 3 saw them take on the host Saskatoon Cubs with Victoria coming out on top 2-1. With the victory they secured a berth in the finals and resting their starters in the final round robin game went down 14-1 to Saskatchewan. The Championship game saw Victoria playing Saskatoon. Saskatoon held a 4-1 lead after four innings but the Mariners dug deep and came back to tie the game 5-5 in the bottom of the 7th inning. It took three extra innings before Victoria was able to score and win the Western Canadian Championship.
Junior Premier Mariners
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2010 PBL Champions
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August 1, 2010 – Mariners Win PBL Championship!
Mariners Led by an outstanding 1 hit pitching performance by Cole Holt, the Premier Mariners today won the BC Premier Baseball League Championship title with a 5-0 victory over the North Delta Blue Jays. The Mariners jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back, cruising to their first BCPBL title since 2004. Catcher Connor Moughtin continued to have a hot bat in this one, and led the M's offensively with a 3 for 3 day at the plate. 3B Scott Jones and SS Jesse Hodges chipped in with 2 singles each. With the win Holt earned tournament MVP honours. Congratulations go out to the coaching staff and players for a very successful season. A big thanks goes out to the Vancouver Canadians and the PBL staff for hosting a well run and enjoyable tournament at Nat Bailey stadium.