Port Hood Minor Baseball will be holding workouts at the Bayview gym for the upcoming season. These sessions will be open to players in the mosquito and peewee divisions (birth years 2005-2009). Due to space constraints a max of 30 players will be taken.
The first session begins this Friday Feb 23rd from 3-5pm and the second session the following Friday March 2 from 3-5pm. Players can wear shorts/track pants, running shoes, t-shirt, and cap and bring their gloves. No bats required.
Depending on gym availability there will be a minimum of 1 session per week with the possibility of 2 per week in April.
Pre-registration is required to ensure we don’t exceed our numbers. Please email or call/text Sheldon MacDonald at email@example.com or 902-631-5759.
The cost will be $40 for all sessions payable by cash or cheque made out to Port Hood Minor Baseball. E-transfer can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make password “baseball”. All money received will be used to purchase new equipment for the upcoming season.
Players must bring a note to their teacher saying that they have permission to stay after school.
PS – anyone attending power skating @ 5pm may leave early.
If you still have your Red Sox, Royals, or Warriors ball jerseys – please return them to your coach as soon as possible. Thanks!
The Mosquito Warriors travelled to Cole Harbour on the weekend to compete for the Mosquito AA Provincial title in an 8 team tournament. Their first game Friday was scoreless into the 5th inning before they ended up losing 7-3. The next day they got back to form beating Tri-County 7-3 and Dartmouth 6-5 clinching a spot in Sunday’s crossovers as the 2nd seed in Pool A.
A very exciting game against Springhill ended in a loss with a walk-off single in the bottom of the 6th for a 5-4 final. Springhill went on to defeat New Glasgow 2-1 in the final for the Championship.
Congratulations on a great season.
The Mosquito B team had a best of 3 provincial qualifying series against the Richmond B team, and lost in 2 games on the road, 17-9 and 8-3. They remain at the top of the CB League with a 6-0 record.
The Mosquito A team split a doubleheader with Strait Mosquito A on Saturday, winning the first game 11-5 then dropping the second game 8-7. On Sunday in Judique they hosted the Truro Bearcats Mosquito AA team and lost 2 close games, 9-6 and 8-4. Their Bluenose League Mosquito AA record is now 4-2.
The Mosquito C team (1-8) lost a close 16-13 game on the road in Port Hawkesbury. The rematch was postponed due to rain.
The Mosquito A Warriors were in Kentville on the weekend for a 6 team tournament. Friday they defeated Dartmouth 12-2 and Prospect 22-19. On Sunday they defeated Cole Harbour to go 3-0 and earn a spot in the crossovers.
Sunday they won their crossover game 13-12 with a walk off RBI single from Parker MacDonald in the 6th inning in one of the most exciting games of the season.
Unfortunately their run ended with a 15-8 loss to Dartmouth in the championship game.