C.B.S. defeats Goulds in final
Tournament MVP Liam Myers had a pair of doubles, scored two runs and, for good measure, pitched the win as the C.B.S. Storm doubled Goulds 4-2 to win the Molson provincial intermediate softball championship Sunday at Lions Park in St. John’s.
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Myers, recently named the Molson St. John’s intermediate player of the month, finished the tournament with a 2-0 record on the mound, and a 0.88 ERA. He went 11-for-19 at the plate with a pair of home runs and six RBIs.
In the final game, Myers spun a six-hitter over seven innings, with eight strikeouts and a pair of walks. Joel Whelan (5IP, 3R, 9H, 0W, 3K) started for Goulds, and was tagged with the loss. Daniel Dalton (2IP, 1R, 2H, 1W, 2K) finished up.
Evan Greene led the winners with three hits. In addition to Myers, Aaron Whelan and Chris Roche also had two hits. Drew Sullivan cracked a solo home run for Goulds.
In semifinal play, C.B.S. blanked Game on Gear 6-0 as Myers and Lee Cose combined for a one-hitter. In the other semifinal, Goulds doubled C.B.C. Molson 6-3.
David Kennedy of MJR Masonry was the top batter in the tournament, going eight-for-11. The sportsmanship and ability award went to Adam Doyle of the Goulds who hit .278 with a pair of home runs.
Members of the winning team are Mike Gregory, Travis Rideout, Tyler McDonald, Liam Myers, Andrew Wade, Evan Greene, Aaron Whelan, Chris Roche, Jordan Hatch, Lee Cose, Scott Myers, Zack Pomeroy, Mark Kavanagh, Paul Smith Jr., Kyle Abbott, Tony Meade and coaches Paul Smith Sr. and Derek Mercer.