PeeWee House baseball season wraps up

Some players selected to play at AA B.C. championships Aug. 1-4 in Comox

he Comox Valley Baseball Association PeeWee House division has wrapped up a great season.

The final was played June 27 with a close game won by Ronni Lister of ReMax’s Brewers. On June 25 the Peak Drilling Orange Crushers played a tight semifinal game against Ryan Williams of ReMax’s Red Sox.

Some of these PeeWee players have been selected to play on the ReMax Ocean Pacific AA PeeWee Rep baseball team that is hosting the Jet FM AA PeeWee Provincial Championships Aug. 1-4 at Aspen Park.

“Come out and enjoy some great competitive baseball and cheer on our local players!” a CVBA spokesperson said.

The PeeWee House players thank division manager Karen Silvester along with team sponsors Peak Drilling, Ryan Williams of ReMax and Ronni Lister of ReMax and the coaches.

SHORT HOPS The Teasdale, Raume grounds crew did a great job on field preparation at Aspen Park … Lorrie Bossom looked after the uniforms … CVBA umpire chief Craig Bernes and the entire CVBA executive made the season possible for all Comox Valley baseball players …

 

– Comox Valley Baseball Association

 

 

Just Posted

A Tribe Called Red, Tanya Tagaq among artists featured in Indigenous music film

When They Awake coming to Stan Hagen Theatre for one night

CVRD moves to goal-setting stage for sewer service plan

Workshops planned for next week in Comox and Courtenay

Comox Valley Santa’s Workshop in need of bicycles for youngsters, gifts for teens

Santa’s Workshop, at 464 Puntledge Road (formerly the Red Cross building), is… Continue reading

Comox connection to launch of new $10 bill

Great nephew of Viola Desmond says bill is a ‘step in the right direction’

Changes coming to BC Ferries reservations for Vancouver Island routes

Many customers are booking multiple reservations, inflating wait times

VIDEO: Two officers of B.C. Legislature escorted out amid investigation

Clerk of the House Craig James, Sergeant-at-arms Gary Lenz on administrative leave

Mid Island Farmers Institute discusses fleece at November meeting

Are you a lover of wool and local fibre? Interested in raising… Continue reading

Comox Valley Nature invites the public to learn about nature photography

Comox Valley Nature is hosting a public lecture on photography. Join Terry… Continue reading

Pot users, investors need to be vigilant at Canada-U.S. border

U.S. authorities say anyone who admits to having used pot before it became legal could be barred

Valley’s Elasmosaur hunting for fossil votes

Although it’s 80 million years old, the Elasmosaur inside the Courtenay and… Continue reading

Awards will recognize business excellence on Vancouver Island

Nomination period begins for Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards

Late 2019 too long to wait for ridesharing: B.C. Conservatives

“While the rest of the world is embracing this transportation revolution, B.C. is only now staggering slowly toward legislation on a business model that’s been mainstreamed for over a decade in other jurisdictions.”

Police aim to prevent retaliation after Hells Angel found dead under B.C. bridge

IHIT confirms Chad Wilson, 43, was the victim of a ‘targeted’ homicide

ICBC warns shoppers of the high-accident season at mall parking lots

Over 150,000 accidents happened during the holiday season last year

Most Read