Impressive pitching by first year mosquito Brian Tardiff help the team to a victory with six  strike outs.

Lake Cowichan Minor Baseball season begins

Lake Cowichan Minor Baseball season begins in Cowichan Lake

  • Apr. 18, 2012 11:00 a.m.

The Lake Cowichan Mosquito Greys with Head Coach Ryan Rai are off to an exciting season.  They played their first away league game on Tues. evening in Ladysmith at Dogwood fields against the Ladysmith A’s.  Going into the open inning the teams were tied 5-5. There was great team effort shown by the Mosquito Greys.  In the open they scored 8 runs to win 13-5.  Impressive pitching by first year mosquito Brian Tardiff help the team to a victory with six  strike outs.

The first Home Game was played the following night in Lake Cowichan against the Duncan Blue Jays. It was an exciting game. Duncan was in the lead until the third, then Lake Cowichan manage to take the lead in the fourth. They hung onto to a lead of 6-5 with Josh Hill pitching in the open inning.

The next home game will be on Sat. April 21. The Lake Cowichan Mosquito Greys will face the Ladysmith 49ers. Game time starts at 6p.m. They will be on the road until then.

— Connie Vaughan

 

 

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