Quebec Little League Baseball

 Senior Nationals, Whalley BC

2007


Tournament Schedule

DATE DAY TIME (E.S.T.) TEAM vs TEAM
Aug. 2 Thursday 6:00 pm Quebec vs Atlantic
Aug. 3 Friday 6:00 pm Prairies vs Quebec
Aug. 4 Saturday 3:00 pm Quebec vs Ontario
Aug. 5 Sunday 6:00 pm Quebec vs British Columbia
Aug. 6 Monday 9:00 pm Whalley, BC vs Quebec

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Monday, August 6th

Host (Whalley, BC) 5    Lynx 1

The NDG Senior Lynx (1-4) completed their tournament play this evening with a 5-1 loss to the host team from Whalley Little League (4-1).

 

The loss leaves the Lynx in fifth place and  eliminated from further tournament play.
 
In this evening's game Jeremi Roch pitched 6 strong innings, giving up 4 runs (2 earned), while striking out 5 and walking 4. Danilo Cardoza finished up with one inning pitched, giving up one run on one hit, with a walk and a strike out.
 
Offensively, Jack Melkerson went 1 for 2 with an RBI and a walk while Michael Fitzsimmons went 1 for 2 with a walk.
 
The team returns to Montreal on Friday.
 
The winner of this tournament advances to the Senior League Baseball World Series taking place in Bangor, Maine between August 12 & August 18. For further information see http://worldseries.bangorinfo.com/

Sunday, August 5th

BC 7  Lynx 3

This afternoon the NDG Senior Lynx (1-3) went down to defeat 7-3 at the hands of the team from Prince George Little League (2-2), representing British Columbia. Remel Cris Ong went the distance for the Lynx, giving up 2 earned runs on 9 hits, while striking out 4 and walking 1.

Offensively Justin Filteau went 4 for 4 with 1 run and 1 RBI. Catcher Michael Fitzsimmons went 2 for 2 with 2 walks, an RBI, a run scored, and four stolen bases.

The Lynx final game in the round robin portion of the tournament takes place tomorrow at 9PM Eastern (6PM Pacific) when they face the host team from Whalley Little League.

Saturday, August 4th

Ontario 8  Lynx 0

The NDG Senior Lynx (now 1-2) went down to defeat 8-0 today at the hands of Orleans Little League (1-2), representatives from Ontario, at the Senior Canadian Championships (15-16 yr olds) hosted by Whalley Little League. Although it is hard to draw positives from an 8-0 defeat, Ian Einheiber and Danilo Cardoza combined for 3 1/3 innings of 1-hit relief. Next up for the Lynx is British Columbia, represented by Prince George Little League. Game time tomorrow is 3PM Pacific, 6PM Eastern.

Friday, August 3rd

NDG Lynx 6  Prairies  2

The NDG Senior Lynx bounced back from their loss last night to defeat Community Park LL from Edmonton, representing the Prairies, this afternoon 6-2 at the Little League Senior Canadian Championships hosted by Whalley Little League in British Columbia. Jeremi Roch went the distance (7 innings), throwing a solid 86 pitches. He also went 1 for 3 with an RBI. Jonathan Pendenza went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI and a walk. Jack Melkerson went 0 for 2 with 2 walks and 2 runs scored. Justin Filteau went 1 for 1 with a walk and Tim Maag was 1 for 3.

Thursday, August 2nd

Glace Bay,NS 13   NDG Lynx 3

The NDG Senior Lynx, representing Little League Quebec in the Canadian Little League Senior Championships hosted by Whalley Little League in British Columbia, got off to a 2-0 lead before succumbing to a more experienced team from Glace Bay Little League, Nova Scotia 13-3 Thursday afternoon.
 
Remel Cris Ong started the game and pitched 5 innings before being replaced by Ian Einheiber. Ian lasted 16 pitches, before being replaced for strategic reasons by Justin Filteau, allowing him to be eligible to pitch in Friday's game against the Prairies. Justin pitched the final two innings.
 
Offensively, Michael Fitzsimmons went 1-4 with 2 RBI and 1 run scored. Jeremi Roch went 0-3 with 1 RBI. Matthew Ciovitti went 2/4 and Jack Melkerson went 1/3
 
While Glace Bay is a very experienced team with 9 players returning from last year's squad, NDG Senior Lynx has the youngest team in the tournament, this being the 1st year in the Senior Division (15-16 yrs old) for most Lynx players.
 
Next up for the Senior Lynx (0-1) is the team representing the Prairies, Commnity Park LL from Edmonton, Alberta. Game time Friday is 3PM Pacific (6PM eastern)

Wednesday, August 1st

Coach Gets Trapped in Women's Washroom

Lynx Pitching Coach, Jan Sauvé-Frankel, Provides Some Tournament Levity

Jan Trapped in washroom Jan coming out of the washroom Jan tips his cap to crowd

According to head coach Carey Ashton the team worked out with Orleans, ON this afternoon and the team looked pretty good. He's seen most of the competition and feels the Lynx could do well, but stressed like most competitive teams, it'll come down to the pitching.

On a lighter note, after the team's practice at the tournament site, Lynx pitching coach Jan Sauvé-Frankel needing to find a place to relieve himself, found the men's washroom closed. He then decided to use the women's facilities and in doing do created quite a stir. What occurred was that Jan found himself trapped in the women's washroom for over half-an-hour. Carey said some of the Lynx players would check and see how Jan was doing during the whole ordeal receiving some not so pleasant responses. According to Carey, it was dam funny.

You can always count on Jan to find a way to keep the kids loose. Way to go Jan!

Jan Sauvé-Frankel

Senior Canadian Nationals - Whalley, BC

The Senior Lynx Depart for Vancouver BC, Tuesday July 31st

Photo Courtesy of Domenic Chiovitti

Other Departure Photos

Photos Courtesy of Domenic Chiovitti

 

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