Wolves play their hearts out

News Jul 26, 2007 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Wolves Rookieball Select team hit the road July 7-8 to participate in a Toronto tournament, and came away with a silver medal.

Up against Guelph in game one, the Wolves were faced with a pitching machine they'd never seen before - but they came out slugging to beat Guelph 13-3. Game two was against Streetsville and the Wolves pounded in 17 runs to win 17-7.

In game three, the Wolves met their match in a rain-shortened game against the number-one-ranked Toronto team. Waterdown lost 8-6.

The Wolves brushed off the defeat for the semifinal against the number two Toronto team to win, 8-4. The victory earned the Wolves a berth in the final, a rematch with the top Toronto team. Despite playing their hearts out, the Wolves lost 8-5.

The tournament named five Wolves top player of the games: Jacob Gibbons, Caleb Feuerstake, Riley Perks, Logan Rosa and Nathan Zimmerman.

Coach Ken Smith was proud of the Wolves' performance at the event.

-Submitted by Ken Smith

Wolves play their hearts out

News Jul 26, 2007 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Wolves Rookieball Select team hit the road July 7-8 to participate in a Toronto tournament, and came away with a silver medal.

Up against Guelph in game one, the Wolves were faced with a pitching machine they'd never seen before - but they came out slugging to beat Guelph 13-3. Game two was against Streetsville and the Wolves pounded in 17 runs to win 17-7.

In game three, the Wolves met their match in a rain-shortened game against the number-one-ranked Toronto team. Waterdown lost 8-6.

The Wolves brushed off the defeat for the semifinal against the number two Toronto team to win, 8-4. The victory earned the Wolves a berth in the final, a rematch with the top Toronto team. Despite playing their hearts out, the Wolves lost 8-5.

The tournament named five Wolves top player of the games: Jacob Gibbons, Caleb Feuerstake, Riley Perks, Logan Rosa and Nathan Zimmerman.

Coach Ken Smith was proud of the Wolves' performance at the event.

-Submitted by Ken Smith

Wolves play their hearts out

News Jul 26, 2007 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Wolves Rookieball Select team hit the road July 7-8 to participate in a Toronto tournament, and came away with a silver medal.

Up against Guelph in game one, the Wolves were faced with a pitching machine they'd never seen before - but they came out slugging to beat Guelph 13-3. Game two was against Streetsville and the Wolves pounded in 17 runs to win 17-7.

In game three, the Wolves met their match in a rain-shortened game against the number-one-ranked Toronto team. Waterdown lost 8-6.

The Wolves brushed off the defeat for the semifinal against the number two Toronto team to win, 8-4. The victory earned the Wolves a berth in the final, a rematch with the top Toronto team. Despite playing their hearts out, the Wolves lost 8-5.

The tournament named five Wolves top player of the games: Jacob Gibbons, Caleb Feuerstake, Riley Perks, Logan Rosa and Nathan Zimmerman.

Coach Ken Smith was proud of the Wolves' performance at the event.

-Submitted by Ken Smith