Baseball: Kamloops wins bronze at Nationals

The Kamloops Sun Devils captured bronze at Baseball Canada’s 2015 Canadian Senior Men’s National Championship

The Kamloops Sun Devils captured bronze at Baseball Canada’s 2015 Canadian Senior Men’s National Championship in Chatham, N.B. on Sunday.

Kamloops defeated Nova Scotia 5-1 in the bronze medal final on Sunday. With the score tied 0-0 and two out in the fifth inning, a Scott Nevison hit, and a Brendan Reid walk would bring up Erik Herbranson. A double steal would put both runners in scoring position and Herbranson would deliver a two-stike single to left field to score both runners and put the Sun Devils up 2-0.

New Brunswick would get one back in the sixth but a three-run inning sparked by a Dave Hole home run would seal the deal for the Devils.

Jake Hein got the win for Kamloops, giving up two hits and two walks, while striking out one. Hole went 2-for-3 with a solo homer and one RBI. Scott Nevison was also 2-for-3 with a stolen base, while Luc Simpson stroked a double and an RBI.

Canada lost to Quebec 1-0 in the semifinal match, before Ontario beat Quebec 4-1 in the final.

Just Posted

May they rest in peace

Letter to the Editor from Don Birkenes of Trail

Starbucks baristas in Trail donate $7,000 in tips

Funds will go toward the breakfast program in five Kootenay Columbia elementary schools

Good fencing makes good neighbours— especially when your neighbours are bears

Workshop in Pass Creek this weekend to promote benefits of proper protection for livestock

Feeling the heat

What you see: If you have a recent photo to share email editor@trailtimes.ca

Air time at Trail Sk8 Park

The Trail Sk8Park is located near the Gyro Park boat launch

People flocking to Vancouver Island city to see hundreds of sea lions

Each year the combination of Steller and California sea lions take over Cowichan Bay

Baloney Meter: Will tougher penalties for gang members make Canada safer?

Since 2013, gang-related homicides in Canada’s largest cities have almost doubled

Early data suggests no spike in pot-impaired driving after legalization: police

Some departments said it’s too early to provide data, others said initial numbers suggest stoned driving isn’t on the rise

Protesters confront Environment Minister in B.C.

Protesters wanting more for killer whales confront Catherine McKenna

Humans reshaping evolutionary history of species around the globe: paper

University of British Columbia researcher had the paper published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society

Toronto ‘carding’ activist Desmond Cole stopped by police in Vancouver

Cole says his experience reveals what daily life is like for black and Indigenous residents

Commercial trucks banned from left lane of Coquihalla

B.C.’s Ministry of Transportation has introduced a new program that hopes to prevent accidents and closures on the Coquihalla Highway.

B.C. on track to record same number of overdose deaths as last year

128 people died of overdoses in September, bringing the total to more than 1,100 so far in 2018

B.C. firefighters rescue horse stuck in mud

‘It happens more often than you’d think,’ says deputy chief

Most Read