Trail AM Ford Orioles advance to playoffs

The Trail Orioles beat the Kelowna Jays Sunday afternoon to advance to the playoffs of the B.C. Senior Men's Baseball championship.

  • Aug. 3, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Trail Orioles Kyle Mace had a great game on the mound and at the plate as he led Trail to a victory over the Kelowna Jays Sunday to secure a spot in the playoffs.

The Trail AM Ford Orioles secured a playoff spot with a 15-10 victory over the Kelowna Jays Sunday afternoon in the Senior Men’s provincial baseball championship at Butler Park.

The Orioles dropped their first game Friday to former champion Langley Blaze 3-1 before rebounding to beat Prince George Grays on Saturday in an exciting 10th inning 4-3 victory. The win over the Jays put the O’s record at 2-1 to move into the playoff round where they will play Coquitlam tonight at 8 p.m. at Butler Park.

The championship game goes Monday at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. if necessary.

See more on the B.C. championship in Tuesday’s Trail Times.

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