Sr. Pioneers beat Blue Jays 10-2

Four stolen bases for Kayne McCadden against the Blue Jays. (The Leader/Blancher photo)

OTTAWA – The Williamsburg Sr. Pioneers won their final game of the spring season, beating the Ottawa West Blue Jays 10-2 in Ottawa June 18th.

The Pioneers had built up a four run lead by the third inning before the Jays scored a single run. Williamsburg’s bats heated up in the sixth inning when Ben Lapier hit a two RBI triple in the middle of the batting inning. The Pioneers maxed out the runs at five for the inning, and finished their final game of the spring season with a 10-2 win.

Lapier pitched four-and-a-third innings striking out 11 batters, and allowed two hits, four walks and one run in the game. Reliever Collin Van Hoof allowed one run and four hits in one and two-third innings.

Nolan Henry had a single, a double, and a triple in the game, Van Hoof and Raiden Foote each had singles in the game. Kayne McCadden had four stolen bases in two innings for the team.

The Pioneers closed out the spring season with a record of five wins and four losses, finishing in seventh place in the league. At the championship tournament later last week, the Pioneers won the B final, finishing in third place in the tournament.

Sr. Pioneers win Spring B-final – The Williamsburg Sr. Pioneers won the B-final at the spring season District 2 Little League championship tournament June 19th in Ottawa. The Pioneers finish the spring season with a regular season record of five wins and four losses with a 0.667 win percentage. Williamsburg’s bullpen had the fourth lowest number of runs against in the 12 team league. Pictured above in the back row (l-r): David Lapier – coach, Ben Henry – coach, Spencer Barclay, Emytt Fetterly, Ben Lapier, Maclean Machan, Kayne McCadden, Ethan Cummins, Nolan Henry, Dom Menard – coach, and Chris Fetterly – coach. Front row: Kolby Latulippe, Lucas Menard, Raiden Foote, Olivia Mudde, Brendan Shaver and Collin Van Hoof. Absent from the photo was Owen Fetterly. (Courtesy photo)

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