News and Announcements
The Bantam AAA team is doing a blanket fundraiser. All order to be placed by Wednesday April 17.
Blankets are sherpa lined and 50×60 in size. Cost is $55 includes personalization, taxes and shipping
Please contact Loreal Hall at email@example.com to place your order.
If you have already placed an order I will contact you personally to arrange payment collection
If you have been unable to pick up your uniform please contact Loreal Hall to arrange a time that will work.
Blast ball and Rally Cap you will receive your jerseys from your coaches.
e-mail Loreal Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be advised that ALL grass fields in Chilliwack are closed today by the City due to weather. No games or practices will be held on fields. Coaches, coordinators are notified when fields are closed. Please get in the habit of checking field status online before your game, Or practice. The City will update their website around 2 pm each day. You are not permitted to have a game or practice on a closed field. Please use your discretion on fields during inclement weather. Any standing water you shouldn’t use the field. Please email email@example.com or text 604-819-1387 if fields are unplayable
Tuesday April 9 6-8pm at FF Island by the Safety Village.
I will be out of town after this time, If this does not work for you please contact me personally to arrange another time.
Good opening weekend for The Chilliwack Peewee AA Cougars, playing in the Aldergrove Minor Baseball Ice Breaker tournament. April 5th – 7th.
The boys went 4-0 with an eventual 6-5 Win against Newton/Surrey in the final to earn the championship. Strong outings on the mound and good defensive play allowed only 10 runs against the entire weekend, while great hitting led the way scoring 29 runs over 4 games.
The boys got their feet wet on Saturday playing in the first games of the season winning both by scores or 11-2 and 9-2. Sunday would prove to be a test, facing a very good Newton/Surrey in game 3, who won the 2018 Provincial championship. However, starting Pitcher Ryan Post would give Chilliwack an edge by pitching a 3-hit, 1- run complete game, while he and his team mates put 3 on the board over 6 innings for the win.
The championship final would see a re match of game 3 with both teams finishing first and second in round robin play. Both teams where led by great pitching again, and great at bats with Chilliwack edging Newton/Surrey again this time by 1 run and a 6-5 Victory. Another great pitching start by Riley Kwak and eventual closer Alex Rezka.
Most valuable player of the game went to Seb Chalmers-Owega who drove in 2 RBI’s in the 5th that proved to be the game winning runs.