BC Summer Games - 15U


2022 BC Summer Games - Prince George, July 21-24

Age Eligibility: Boys 15U, or not born before 2007 (Female players can play in Male events one calendar year older than the male ages stated, as per Baseball Canada rules)

Where: Prince George, BC

When: July 21-24, 2022

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Zone Rosters, Scores, & Final Results – TBA

 


2020 Games in Maple Ridge - CANCELLED - March 25, 2020

The BC Games Society, with the support of the Province of BC and the City of Maple Ridge, has made the difficult decision to cancel the Maple Ridge 2020 BC Summer Games.

The full news release can be found on our website at www.bcgames.org/News/Latest-News/ArtMID/1810/ArticleID/1895/2020-BC-Summer-Games-cancelled-Maple-Ridge-to-Host-2024.

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2018 Games in Cowichan Valley

Age Eligibilty: Boys 15U, or not born before 2007 (Female players can play in Male events one calendar year older than the male ages stated, as per Baseball Canada rules)

When: July 19-22, 2018

Where: Cowichan Valley, BC (Duncan & Ladysmith)

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Zone Rosters are posted below schedule, scores & final results...

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SCHEDULE, SCORES, & FINAL RESULTS

Pool A - Fraser Valley, Fraser River, Vancouver-Coastal, Vancouver Island-Central Coast

Pool B - Kootenays, Thompson-Okanagan, Vancouver Island-Central Coast A, Cariboo-North East

Friday July 20

Start Game Home Score Away Score Field
8:30 AM 1 Fraser Valley - Zone 3 6 Van Island - Zone 6 2 Evans Park
8:30 AM 2 Fraser River - Zone 4 1 Van Coast - Zone 5 3 Holland Creek
11:15 AM 3 Thompson Okanagan - Zone 2 3 Van Island - Zone 6A 2 Evans Park
11:15 AM 4 Kootenays - Zone 1 3 Cariboo North East - Zone 8 2 Holland Creek
2:00 PM 5 Fraser River - Zone 4 10 Van Island - Zone 6 0 Evans Park
2:00 PM 6 Fraser Valley - Zone 3 3 Vancouver Coastal - Zone 5 10 Holland Creek
4:45 PM 7 Van Island - Zone 6A 6 Kootenays - Zone 8 4 Evans Park
4:45 PM 8 Cariboo North East - Zone 8 0 Thompson Okanagan - Zone 2 14 Holland Creek

Saturday July 21

Start Game Home Score Away Score Field
8:00 AM 9 Van Island - Zone 6A 10 Cariboo North East - Zone 8 3 Evans Park
8:00 AM 10 Kootenays - Zone 1 2 Thompson Okanagan - Zone 2 9 Holland Creek
10:45 AM 11 Van Island - Zone 6 5 Van Coastal - Zone 5 4 Evans Park
10:45 AM 12 Fraser River - Zone 4 4 Fraser Valley - Zone 3 5 Holland Creek
    PLAYOFF HOME   PLAYOFF AWAY    
2:00 PM 13 Van Coastal - Zone 5 2 Thompson Okanagan - Zone 2 1 Evans Park
4:45 PM 14 Fraser Valley - Zone 3 2 Fraser River - Zone 4 1 Evans Park
    CONSOLATION HOME   CONSOLATION AWAY    
2:00 PM 15 Van Island - Zone 6 6 Van Island - Zone 6A 3 Holland Creek
4:45 PM 16 Kootenays - Zone 1 2 Cariboo North East - Zone 8 3 Holland Creek

Sunday July 22

Start Game Home? Score Away Score Field
8:00 AM 17 - BRONZE MEDAL Thomp Okanagan Zone 2 4 Fraser River - Zone 4 0 Holland Creek
8:30AM 18 - GOLD MEDAL? Van Coastal - Zone 5 3 Fraser Valley - Zone 3 2 Evans Park
11:30 AM Gold, Silver, Bronze MEDAL   PRESENTATIONS    

FINAL STANDINGS

Place Zone Team Area Final Score Won Lost Runs For Runs Agst
Gold  5 Vancouver Coastal  3 - 2   4   1      22      12
Silver  3 Fraser Valley  2 - 3   3   2      16      19
Bronze  2 Thompson Okanagan  4 - 0   4   1      31       6
4th  4 Fraser River  0 - 4   1   4      16      14
5th  6 Van-Island Central 1  6 - 3   2   2      13      23
6th  6A Van-Island Central 2  3 - 6   2   2      21      16
Tied  8 Cariboo - North East  3 - 1   1   3       8       29
Tied  1 Kootenays  1 - 3   1   3      11      20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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