STEVE MCNAMEE OF Investors Group Athletics steals second as throw to Happy's Source for Sports infielder Garry DeWitt was a little late.

Masters baseball playoffs down to semifinals

Four teams meet Sunday at Highland to decide who will meet in championship game

There was a mild upset in the first round of the Komoux Men’s Real Baseball League playoffs Sunday at Highland Fields.

Fifth-place Brian McLean Yankees defeated fourth-place Courtenay Plumbing Twins 10-6 in the third and final game of the day to advance to the semifinals.

The third-place Williams Construction Nationals kicked off the day’s action with a 10-2 win over sixth-place Dundee Giants, then second-place Happy’s Source for Sports Indians eked out a 6-5 win over upset-minded, seventh-place Investors Group Athletics.


This Sunday’s (Sept. 15) semifinals at Highland see the Nationals take on the Indians at 10 a.m. followed by the Yankees against regular-season champion Fisher Realty Blue Jays at 1 p.m.



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