Team BC catcher Dylan Yeager looks to tag a Team Quebec opponent at the plate during the Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke

Gold medal in Sherbrooke for local PBL players

Team BC blanks New Brunswick, Ontario in playoff round

Team BC won the gold medal in baseball at the Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke, Quebec, with five players from Surrey contributing. B.C. defeated New Brunswick 7-0 in the semifinal round, then stopped Ontario 7-0 in the final.

Ryan Pouwells, a second baseman from the Whalley Chiefs of the BC Premier Baseball League (PBL) was two-for-three with an RBI in the win over New Brunswick. Left fielder Justin Lawrence, a member of the PBL’s Langley Blaze went one-for-two with two runs scored while Blaze teammate and third base Mitchell Robinson was one-for-four. Dylan Yeager, playing first base and from the White Rock Tritons, was one-for-two with a double and a run scored.

Pitcher Scott Doucet, also a member of the Tritons, pitched one inning in relief and struck out two of the three batters he faced.

Lawrence added another hit, and he and Yeager scored a run each in the win over Ontario.

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