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56ers explode for 14 runs Sports - The Stittsville 56ers reached double digits in their scoring output in their Greater Ottawa Fastball League game against the West Carleton Electric squad at Fitzroy Harbour on Tuesday, May 27. Dan Konkle picked up the win on the mound for the 56ers, with Darren Featherstone providing relief help. Stittsville opened the scoring in the top of the ﬁrst inning, scoring two runs thanks to Scott Parson’s double. In the bottom of the ﬁrst inning, West Carleton Electric pitcher Jeff Barber got hit with a hard liner while on base and he had to leave the game.
This meant a pitching change for West Carleton Electric in the second inning and the 56ers capitalized on the change, scoring four runs to take a 6-1 lead in the game. The 56ers scored another ﬁve runs in the fourth inning, three of them coming on a homer by Tyler Nystedt. The 56ers led 11-1. The 56rers scored another three runs in the top of the ﬁfth inning. The game was ended after the ﬁfth inning with the 56ers leading by a 14-3 score. Darren Featherstone and Dan Jessiman both had three hits in this game for the 56ers. Scott Parsons and Ryan Bond both had two hit games.
South Carleton Storm winning in baseball Special to the News
Sports - The South Carleton High School Storm are leading the ﬁve-team Central Division of the high school tier one baseball league this spring. The Storm have ﬁve wins and only one loss in six games, placing the Storm in a tie for ﬁrst place with the St. Francis Xavier High School squad. The Storm, though, have scored seven more runs with a total of 63 so far in the team’s ﬁrst six games. The Storm’s 17-5 win over Hillcrest High School recently was a big game for Jason Johnston of the Storm who made his pitching debut in the game. The Sacred Heart High School Huskies are also having a good season, currently in second place in the ﬁve team West division of the league. The Huskies have a record of four wins and two losses in six games so far.
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Second annual tournament Special to the News
Sports - The second annual “Refuse2Lose Team Bryce” Memorial Golf Tournament will tee off on Tuesday, June 24 at the Canadian Golf and Country Club west of Stittsville. Registration deadline for participation in this tournament is Friday, June 13. The tournament is being held in memory of Bryce Jude, a Stittsville area youngster who lost his battle with cancer but whose courage and perseverance is being carried on by the Refuse2Lose Team Bryce initiative which is raising funds for the Candlelighters “Suite Seats” program at Canadian Tire Centre. The tournament will begin sign-in on Tuesday, June 24 at 11 a.m. with a 1 p.m. shotgun start, with the tournament being a best ball format. For those who cannot or do not wish to golf, there is the option of attending only the dinner. The cost is $50 per person. CTV News personality Michael O’Byrne will be the master of ceremonies for the dinner. Registration for either the golf or the dinner can be made on the Canadian Golf Club website. For more information, please contact the Canadian Golf Club pro shop at 613-253-3290, ext. 228.
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