The Swingers took on The Generals on June 21 during the finals of the Father’s Day Classic Tournament in Storey’s Beach.

The Swingers took on The Generals on June 21 during the finals of the Father’s Day Classic Tournament in Storey’s Beach.

Woodchuckers win Classic

A father's day baseball tournament took place at Storey's Beach

20 Teams took to the baseball fields in Storey’s Beach from June 18-21 for the annual Father’s Day Classic Tournament.

In the “A” Lucky division final, the Woodchuckers from Port McNeill beat Load Em Up from Quatsino. The Woodchuckers proceeded to win over the Bushcats in their semi final, and Load Em Up beat the Masterbatters in their semi after two extra innings. LEU won by one in the bottom of the 9th inning, while the Masterbatters knocked out Crush before playing LEU.

In the “B” Kokanee division, Hi Vis from Port McNeill beat Port Alice from Port Alice, in a game that only saw a single run. Hi Vis beat the Smokers in their morning semi final while Port Alice beat the Blue Sox by just one run in the Sunday morning semi.

Bud Lite Div

1- Storm (PH)

2- Alkes (PH)

3- All about that base (Quatsino)

MSP Male – Tim Alfred, Alkes

MVP Male – Jim Johnson, Alkes

MSP Female – Jane Nelson, All about that Base

MVP Female – Bre Anna Henderson, Storm

Bud Div

1- Koskimo (Quatsino youth)

2- Swingers (PH)

3-Alcobolics (Quatsino)

4-Generals (Ft Rupert)

MSP Male – Sean, Swingers

MVP Male – Kelly McDonald, Alcobolics

MSP Female – Dallas Heasman, Generals

MVP Female – Melissa Robertson, Koskimo

Blue Div

1- Bushrats (PH)

2- Boozers (Quatsino)

3- Purple Cobras (PH)

4- Ravens (Ft Rupert)

MSP Male – David Chapman, Purple Cobras

MVP Male – D’Arcy Deacon, Bushrats

MSP Female – Pam Wilson, Ravens

MVP Female – Amanda Norman, Boozers

Kokanee Div

1- Hi Vis (PM)

2- Port Alice (PA)

3- Smokers (PH)

4- Blue Sox (PH)

MSP Male – Anthony Miller, Blue Sox

MVP Male – Doug Bondue, Port Alice

MSP Female – Janet Hanuse, Smokers

MVP Female – Sue Greenhorn, Hi Vis

Lucky Div

1- Woodchuckers (PM)

2- Load Em Up (Quatsino)

3- Bushcats (PH)

4 – Masterbatters (PH)

5- Crush (PH)

MSP Male – Dustin Carmen, Woodchuckers

MVP Male – Mitch Nelson, Load Em Up

MSP Female – Sabrina Dent, Bushcats

MVP Female – Kristina Fedorak, Masterbatters

 

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