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ROEBOTHAN, MCKAY AND MARSHALL INTERMEDIATE SOFTBALL CHAMPS

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Roebothan, McKay and Marshall

St. John’s Intermediate Men’s Fastpitch League

CHAMPIONS FOR THIRDF STRAIGHT SEASON

 

Best-of-5 Final

Game #3:

Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic 9– Lafontaine Club 1 (6-Innings)

Ward Gosse Named Playoff MVP And Top Batter

Ward Gosse Pitched Win And Went 2-3, 2R, 2R Home Run, 1BB, 3RBI

Andrew Temple 1-2, 3R, 1SB, 2BB, 1RBI

Darcy O’Reilly 1-3, 1R, 1BB

Corey Drake 1-4, 1RBI

Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic Wins Series 3-0

Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic Capture 3rd Consecutive Intermediate League Crown (2018-2019-2020)

Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic Pitching Stats:

WP: Ward Gosse 6IP, 1R, 4H, 0BB, 7K

Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic Top Batters:

Ward Gosse 2-3, 2R, 2R Home Run, 1BB, 3RBI

Andrew Temple 1-2 3R, 1SB, 2BB, 1RBI

Darcy O’Reilly 1-3, 1R, 1BB

Corey Drake 1-4, 1RBI

Members of the Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic Championship Team

Daniel Cadigan, Mike Crowe, Corey Drake (Player/Coach), Ward Gosse, Jordan Hamilton, Trevor Hefferan, Jacob Kippenhuck, Blair Myers, Blake O’Keefe, Darcy O’Reilly, Matt Power, Dawson Sieben, Andrew Temple, Chris Thorne And Brad Tuttle.

Lafontaine Club Pitching Stats:

LP: Marcus Pittman 6IP, 9R, 7H, 1HBP, 6BB, 7K

Lafontaine Club Top Batters:

Jordan Pomeroy 2-3, 2 Triples

Joel Nash 1-2, 1RBI

Gerard O’Reilly 1-2. 1R, Double

2020 Intermediate League Playoff Awards

Most Valuable Player

Ward Gosse (Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic)

Pitching: 5GP, 5-0, 30INNS, 3ER, 0.70ERA, 56K, 1SHO

Batting: 5GP, 8-12 .667BA, 6R, 1HR, 7BB, 6RBI

Note: Ward Gosse Was Also Named Intermediate Playoff MVP In 2018 And 2019.

Top Batter

Ward Gosse (Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic)

8-for-12 .667BA

Final 2020 Intermediate Playoff Standings

  1. Roebothan McKay Marshall Republic 5-0

  2. Lafontaine Club 2-4

  3. Sportscraft Waterford Valley 3-2

  4. CBC Junior Canadians 0-2

  5. CBS Storm 0-2

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