Sylvan Lake PeeWee AA Mariners fight for championship title

The Mariners host the provincial championships Aug. 3-5

Over the August-long weekend, the Sylvan Lake AA PeeWee Mariners will be hosting the Tier II provincial championships.

From Aug. 3-5 diamonds one and two at Four Seasons Park will be alive with baseball activities as eight teams fight for the championship title.

In Pool A the four team looking for the top spot are: For Saskatchewan Red Sox No. 1, the Drayton Valley Giants, the Innisfail Hawks No. 1 and the Beaumont BoSoxs.

In Pool B the home team, the Sylvan Lake Mariners, will be facing the Chestermere Crushers, the Settler Storm and the Okotoks Outlaws Orange.

Games run all weekend, starting bright and early on Diamond One at 9 a.m. with the Mariners take on the Okotoks Outlaws Orange.

The semi-finals and championship games will all be held on Aug. 5.

Below is the schedule of games, so Sylvan Lakers can come out and cheer the home team on to victory.

Fri., Aug. 3

9 a.m. – Sylvan Lake Mariners vs Okotoks Outlaws Orange

12 p.m. – Drayton Valley Giants vs Beaumont BoSoxs

3 p.m. – Chestermere Crushers vs Stettler Storm

6 p.m. – Fort Saskatchewan Red Sox vs Innisfail Hawks

Sat., Aug. 4

9 a.m. – Innisfail Haws vs Drayton Valley Giants (Diamond One), Stettler Storm vs. Sylvan Lake Mariners (Diamond Two)

12 p.m. – Beaumont BoSoxs vs. Fort Saskatchewan Red Sox (Diamond One), Okotoks Outlaws Orange vs. Chestermere Crushers (Diamond Two)

3 p.m. – Beaumont BoSoxs vs. Innisfail Hawks (Diamond One), Okotoks Outlaws vs. Stettler Storm (Diamond Two)

6 p.m. – Fort Saskatchewan Red Sox vs Drayton Valley Giants (Diamond One), Chestermere Crushers vs. Sylvan Lake Mariners (Diamond Two)

Sun., Aug. 5

Semi-final games

Provincial Championship games

The semi-final games and the provincial championship games will be played throughout the day on Aug. 5. The semi-finals be decided one the top tiered teams from the round robin in each pool.

The times of the games will depend on if tie-breakers are needed to decided the top placed teams.

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