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Perfect weekend for Chevys' midget baseball team

The Summerside Team One Chevys went 5-0 (won-lost) en route to winning the Summerside Area Baseball Association midget tournament at Queen Elizabeth Park on Sunday. The Chevys defeated Dartmouth 6-1 in the championship game. Members of the Chevys are, front row, from left: Morgan Crosman, Ben Christopher, Josh Myers, Logan MacDougall, Brett Caissie, Brandon Condon, Justin Day, Daniel Upshall and Emmalee Chaulker. Back row: Colin Loerick (assistant coach), Harrison Ramsay (manager), Tristan Gallant (assistant coach), Kyle Richard, Ben MacDougall, Cameron MacAulay, Dakota McPhee, Alex Acorn, Chasse Gallant (assistant coach) and Sam Cameron (head coach).
The Summerside Team One Chevys went 5-0 (won-lost) en route to winning the Summerside Area Baseball Association midget tournament at Queen Elizabeth Park on Sunday. The Chevys defeated Dartmouth 6-1 in the championship game. Members of the Chevys are, front row, from left: Morgan Crosman, Ben Christopher, Josh Myers, Logan MacDougall, Brett Caissie, Brandon Condon, Justin Day, Daniel Upshall and Emmalee Chaulker. Back row: Colin Loerick (assistant coach), Harrison Ramsay (manager), Tristan Gallant (assistant coach), Kyle Richard, Ben MacDougall, Cameron MacAulay, Dakota McPhee, Alex Acorn, Chasse Gallant (assistant coach) and Sam Cameron (head coach).

SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside Team One Chevys enjoyed a perfect weekend at Queen Elizabeth Park.

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The Chevys posted a 5-0 (won-lost) record en route to repeating as champions of the Summerside Area Baseball Association midget tournament. Summerside capped an impressive performance with a 6-1 victory over Dartmouth in the championship game at Legends Field.
Josh Myers threw six strong innings and struck out six in recording the pitching win. Ben MacDougall came on in relief in the seventh inning.
Offensively, Logan MacDougall led the way with a 2-for-3 summary, including a walk.
After going 3-0 in the round robin, with wins of 6-0 over Dartmouth, 12-8 against Kentville and 8-1 versus Weymouth, the Chevys advanced to the final with an 8-2 triumph over Stratford in the semifinals.

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