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Photos by the Tavistock Gazette for Sunday, August 7, 2016. For colour prints or reproduction rights, please contact the Gazette at email@example.com or call 519-655-2341.
Members of gold medalists Québec Express St-Léonard d’Aston include: Guillaume Fournier, Kirk Santala, Marc-Andre Villeneuve, Daniel Godbout, Brandon Lemay, Marc-Antoine Demers, Samuel Desmarais, William Guay, Anthony Lapierre, Isaac Lefebvre, Jean-Francois Bernard, Tommy Boisvert, Anthony Dumont-Bouchard, Gabriel Désilets, Alexandre Lemieux, Joey McDonald, Joey Trottier-Simard and coaches Jean-Yves Doucet, Michel Leclair, and Sylvain Paquet.
Québec pitcher Marc-Andre Villeneuve was named top player in the tournament. He was presented with the award by Softball Canada Supervisor Lisa Down.
Quebec Express captains accept the U21 Trophy from Softball Canada Supervisor Lisa Down. From the left are William Guay, Marc-Andre Villeneuve, Joey McDonald and Samuel Desmarais.
ON3 Oshawa Double B catcher Alex Dumais hangs his head after the Québec Express mounted a comeback in the bottom of the 7th inning to win the gold medals in an 11-10 final on Sunday afternoon.
Members of silver medalists ON3 Oshawa Double B include: Stephen MacLeod, Clayton Robinson, Luke Zettel, Layne OHallaran, Jake Bricknell, Alex Dumais, Mitch Gibson, Josh Maguire, Riley McAdams, Hunter Bagshaw, Grant Fry, Adam Harris, Matt Reid, Frank Sullivan, Brendan Hall, Jeff St. Pierre, and coaches Peter Landers, Donna Mather and John Mather.
Oshawa Captain Josh Maguire accepts the runner-up trophy from Softball Canada Asst. Supervisor Bob Abbot.
Members of bronze medalists ON1 New Hamburg Mustangs include: Brady Honderich, Jeremy Kropf, Tyler Randerson, Douglas John Stevenson, Matt Wardrop, Carson Hammer, Jared Weishar, Nick Penner, Tyler Stacey, Connor Weishar, Isaiah Whetstone, Quinton Bruce, Corey MacLean, Dan Skinner, Matthew Zilke, Cam Hefferman and coaches Dwight Brenneman, Howie Brown, Paul Hammer and Dave Randerson.
New Hamburg Mustangs’ Isaiah Whetstone earned 2 MVP game awards and was named All-Star first baseman for the tournament.
Members of the host Tavistock Athletics take their hats off to salute fans after they were eliminated by New Hamburg Mustangs on Saturday morning, August 6th.
Tavistock Athletics’ Tyson Zehr picks up a ball at second base.
Tavistock Athletics’ Jake Wiffen hits a 2-run RBI single to bring the host team within one run of New Hamburg Saturday morning.
Tavistock Athletics’ Justin Wagler was named the All Star utility player.
Tavistock Athletics’ Bryn Wagler gets set to pinch run at second base.
Tavistock Athletics’ Justin Wagler #17 was named the All Star utility player. At left is coach Zack Stevenson #16.
Tavistock Athletics’ Angus Rowland was named All Star fielder and top batter in the round robin portion of the tournament.
Tavistock Athletics’ Travis Ramseyer hits.
Tavistock Athletics’ pitcher Liam Laforest is safe at home, but sent back to third on a controversial call against New Hamburg.
Tavistock Athletics’ 3rd baseman Tristan Hohl looks at the umpire for a safe call during the team’s final game against the ON1 New Hamburg Mustangs.
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