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Goulds and the C.B.S. Storm have advanced to the Molson St. John’s intermediate final with wins Monday night in semifinal play at Lions Park.

INTERMEDIATE SOFTBALL

Goulds and Storm will meet in league final

Goulds and the C.B.S. Storm have advanced to the Molson St. John’s intermediate final with wins Monday night in semifinal play at Lions Park.

Storm defeated Bay Roberts Coors Light 4-1 to take their best-of-three semifinal 2-0, while Goulds blanked C.B.C. Junior Canadians 1-0 to win their series 2-0.

The opening game of the best-of-five final has yet to be scheduled.

Goulds 1, C.B.C. Junior Canadians 0

Mark Power tossed a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts for the win.

Johnny Doyle took the loss on a two-hitter with a dozen strikeouts.

No batter in the game had more than one hit.

Storm 4, Bay Roberts Coors Light 1

Liam Myers tossed a three-hitter to pick up the win over Chris Hussey who gave up five hits.

No batter had more than one hit. Tyler McDonald drove in two runs for Storm.

INTERMEDIATE BASEBALL

Game 3 of final cut short due to weather

Gonzaga and Shamrocks were tied 5-5 after five innings in Game 3 of the St. John’s Molson intermediate baseball final Monday night at St. Pat’s Ball Park when the game was halted due to rain.

Gonzaga holds a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series which is scheduled to resume 8:30 p.m. Wednesday night, but may be scheduled earlier to get in the completion of Game 3.

Scott Hynes was on the mound for Gonzaga, while Zack Fitzgerald had replaced starter Josh Fifield on the mound for Shamrocks.

Meanwhile, Game 4 of the senior final between Gonzaga Roebothan McKay Marshall Vikings and Trapper John’s Shamrocks is slated for 6 p.m. tonight at St. Pat’s.

The Shammies lead the best-of-seven series 2-1.

MUN AWARDS

McIlroy, Fewer earn weekly honours

Cross Country runners Caroline McIlroy and Jordan Fewer are Memorial University Sea-Hawks athletes of the week for their performances at the  St. Francis University AUS invitational cross-country meet Saturday in Antigonish, N.S.

An AUS all-star the past two seasons, McIlroy, a Master of Science student from the Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s, won the six-kilometre race with a time of 21:58.

Fewer, an Arts student, claimed the male honours by finishing 10th in a time of 27:04 over the eight-kilometre course. The native of Chapel’s Cove has returned to the Memorial cross-country team this season after a year away from the program.

Organizations: Molson, Francis University AUS

Geographic location: Ball Park, Antigonish, Chapel

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