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2018


Canadian Region Tournament
Host - Diamond Baseball Academy Little League (Mirabel, Quebec)

Participating Teams City League
Alberta Champions Lethbridge Lethbridge Southwest LL
Atlantic Provinces Champions Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) Glace Bay LL
British Columbia Champions Surrey Whalley LL
Ontario Champions Toronto High Park LL
Prairie Provinces Champions Regina (Saskatchewan) Regina Kiwanis National LL
Quebec Champions Valleyfield Valleyfield LL
Host League Mirabel (Quebec) Diamond Baseball Academy LL

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Tournament Schedule/Results:

Day 1 (Thursday, August 2):
Whalley (British Columbia) 5, Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 4
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 6, High Park (Ontario) 0
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 7, Valleyfield (Quebec) 0

Day 2 (Friday, August 3):
Whalley (British Columbia) 12, High Park (Ontario) 2 (5 innings)
Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 9, Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 7
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 7, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 0

Day 3 (Saturday, August 4):
Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 3, Valleyfield (Quebec) 2
Whalley (British Columbia) 1, Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 0 (7 innings)

Day 4 (Sunday, August 5):
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 7, Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 4
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 11, Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 5
High Park (Ontario) 4, Valleyfield (Quebec) 2

Day 5 (Monday, August 6):
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 4, Valleyfield (Quebec) 0
Whalley (British Columbia) 10, Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 0 (5 innings)
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 2, High Park (Ontario) 0

Day 6 (Tuesday, August 7):
High Park (Ontario) 2, Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 0
Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 4, Valleyfield (Quebec) 3
Whalley (British Columbia) 10, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 0 (4 innings)

Day 7 (Wednesday, August 8):
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 10, Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 8
Whalley (British Columbia) 11, Valleyfield (Quebec) 4
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 12, Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 1 (5 innings)

Day 8 (Thursday, August 9):
High Park (Ontario) 7, Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 6


Standings

W

L
Runs
Allowed
Whalley (British Columbia) 6 0 10
Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 5 1 7
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 4 2 29
High Park (Ontario) 3 3 28
Regina Kiwanis National (Saskatchewan) 2 4 40
Lethbridge Southwest (Alberta) 1 5 45
Valleyfield (Quebec) 0 6 33

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.)

The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Friday, August 10)

Whalley (British Columbia) 8, High Park (Ontario) 2
Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 5, Diamond Baseball Academy (Quebec) 4

Canadian Region Tournament Championship Game (Saturday, August 11)

Whalley (British Columbia) 11, Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

British Columbia's Whalley Little League wins the 2018 Canadian Region tournament and advances to the Little League World Series.


Provincial Tournament Results:

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Alberta | Atlantic Provinces | British Columbia | Ontario | Prairie Provinces | Quebec


Alberta Provincial Tournament
Host - Lethbridge Southwest (District 1)
At Canola Harvest Field and Lakeview Field
Championship Game at Canola Harvest Field

Participating Teams
District 1 Qualifier Lethbridge Southwest
District 2 Qualifier Confederation Park (Edmonton)
District 3 Qualifier Bow Ridge (Calgary)
District 4 Qualifier Medicine Hat
District 8 Qualifier Calgary West
District 8 Qualifier Fish Creek (Calgary)
District 8 Qualifier Rocky Mountain (Calgary)

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Friday, July 20):
Lethbridge Southwest 20, Fish Creek 5
Bow Ridge 18, Medicine Hat 2
Rocky Mountain 12, Calgary West 9
Confederation Park 6, Rocky Mountain 5

Day 2 (Saturday, July 21):
Medicine Hat 10, Rocky Mountain 9
Fish Creek 3, Confederation Park 2
Calgary West 4, Bow Ridge 1
Lethbridge Southwest 13, Confederation Park 1

Day 3 (Sunday, July 22):
Fish Creek 4, Bow Ridge 3
Medicine Hat 9, Calgary West 4
Lethbridge Southwest 14, Rocky Mountain 1
Medicine Hat 12, Confederation Park 0
Fish Creek 9, Rocky Mountain 7
Lethbridge Southwest 7, Bow Ridge 0
Calgary West 11, Confederation Park 1

Day 4 (Monday, July 23):
Bow Ridge 13, Confederation Park 0
Medicine Hat 6, Fish Creek 5
Lethbridge Southwest 10, Calgary West 5

Day 5 (Tuesday, July 24):
Game 19 - Rocky Mountain versus Bow Ridge (12:00 p.m.)
Game 20 - Little Mountain versus Beacon Hill (3:00 p.m.)
Lethbridge Southwest 7, Medicine Hat 4


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Lethbridge Southwest 6 0 16
Medicine Hat 4 2 43
Fish Creek 3 2 38
Calgary West 2 3 33
Rocky Mountain 1 4 48
Confederation Park 1 5 57

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

Semifinal Round (Wednesday, July 25)

Lethbridge Southwest 5, Fish Creek 2
Calgary West 3, Medicine Hat 2

Alberta Championship Game (Thursday, July 26)

Lethbridge Southwest 13, Calgary West 3 (4 innings; TITLE)

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Atlantic Provinces Divisional Tournament
Host - Glace Bay (Nova Scotia District 1)
At Cameron Bowl

Participating Teams
New Brunswick District 1 Champions Lancaster
Nova Scotia District 1 Champions Glace Bay

Tournament Results:

Best 2-of-3 Series:
Glace Bay 11, Lancaster 1 (4 innings)
Glace Bay 7, Lancaster 0 (TITLE)

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British Columbia Provincial Tournament
Host - Trail (District 8)
At Andy Bilesky Park

Andy Bilesky Park is located at 3360 Laburnum Drive in Trail.

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions Little Mountain (Vancouver)
District 3 Champions Whalley (Surrey)
District 5 Champions Lynn Valley (North Vancouver)
District 6 Champions New Westminster
District 7 Champions Beacon Hill (Victoria)
Host League Trail

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Saturday, July 21):
New Westminster 13, Little Mountain 9
Trail 18, Beacon Hill 0
Lynn Valley 5, Whalley 3

Day 2 (Sunday, July 22):
Whalley 10, Trail 0
Lynn Valley 3, Little Mountain 2
Beacon Hill 3, New Westminster 2

Day 3 (Monday, July 23):
Lynn Valley 9, Beacon Hill 2
Whalley 7, Little Mountain 6
Trail 13, New Westminster 7

Day 4 (Tuesday, July 24):
Whalley 6, Beacon Hill 2
Lynn Valley 11, New Westminster 7
Little Mountain 10, Trail 0

Day 5 (Wednesday, July 25):
Whalley 15, New Westminster 0
Little Mountain 13, Beacon Hill 6
Lynn Valley 6, Trail 2


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Lynn Valley 5 0 16
Whalley 4 1 13
Little Mountain 2 3 29
Trail 2 3 33
Beacon Hill 1 4 48
New Westminster 1 4 51

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

Semifinal Round (Friday, July 27)

Lynn Valley 5, Trail 2
Whalley 6, Little Mountain 2

British Columbia Championship Game (Saturday, July 28)

Whalley 6, Lynn Valley 1 (TITLE)

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Ontario Provincial Tournament
Host - Timmins LaRonde (District 4)
At D&R Field

Pool 'A' Participants
District 1 Champions High Park (Toronto)
District 4 Champions Timmins LaRonde
District 6 Champions Orleans
District 8 Champions Pembroke/Petawawa

Pool 'B' Participants
District 2 Champions East Nepean
District 3 Champions Port Arthur National
District 5 Champions Windsor South Canadian
District 7 Champions Brockvile

Tournament Results:

Pool 'A' Bracket

Round 1 (Saturday, July 21):
Orleans 12, Pembroke/Petawawa 2 (6 innings)
High Park 11, Timmins LaRonde 1

Round 2 (Sunday, July 22):
High Park 10, Pembroke/Petawawa 1
Orleans 11, Timmins LaRonde 1

Round 3 (Monday, July 23):
High Park 8, Orleans 1
Pembroke/Petawawa 14, Timmins LaRonde 9

Pool 'B' Bracket

Round 1 (Saturday, July 21):
East Nepean 23, Windsor South Canadian 0 (4 innings)
Port Arthur National 8, Brockville 0

Round 2 (Sunday, July 22):
East Nepean 8, Port Arthur National 0
Brockville 14, Windsor South Canadian 8

Round 3 (Monday, July 23):
Port Arthur National 17, Windsor South Canadian 1
East Nepean 4, Brockville 3


Pool 'A' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
High Park 3 0 3
Orleans 2 1 11
Pembroke/Petawawa 1 2 31
Timmins LaRonde 0 3 36


Pool 'B' Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
East Nepean 3 0 3
Port Arthur National 2 1 9
Brockville 1 2 20
Windsor South Canadian 0 3 54

The top two teams in each pool advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Tuesday, July 24)

Orleans 5, East Nepean 1
High Park 7, Port Arthur National 2

Ontario Provincial Championship Game (Wednesday, July 25)

High Park 12, Orleans 1 (TITLE)

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Prairie Provinces Divisional Tournament
Host - Regina Kiwanis National (District 1)
At George Donhauer Diamond

Tournament Results:

Format: Round robin tournament, with the top two teams advancing to the championship game.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Moose Jaw, North Regina, and Regina Kiwanis National)

Day 1 (Tuesday, July 16):
Regina Kiwanis National 2, North Regina 0

Day 2 (Wednesday, July 17):
Regina Kiwanis National 9, Moose Jaw 8

Day 3 (Thursday, July 18):
North Regina 6, Moose Jaw 0


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Regina Kiwanis National 2 0 8
North Regina 1 1 2
Moose Jaw 0 2 15

All teams advance to the divisional finals. Round robin results are used to seed teams into specific bracket positions.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Semifinal Round (Friday, July 20)

Moose Jaw 7, North Regina 4

Championship Game (Sunday, July 22)

Regina Kiwanis National 7, Moose Jaw 2 (TITLE)

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Quebec Provincial Tournament
Host - Rouyn-Noranda (District 1)
At Parc Mouska

Tournament Results:

Format: Round robin tournament, with the top two teams advancing to the provincial finals.

Round Robin Results:

(Tournament Participants: Onyx Baseball, Rouyn-Noranda (11s), Rouyn-Noranda (12s), and Valleyfield)

Day 1 (Friday, July 20):
Onyx Baseball 8, Rouyn-Noranda (11s) 0
Valleyfield 4, Rouyn-Noranda (12s) 1

Day 2 (Saturday, July 21):
Valleyfield 10, Rouyn-Noranda (11s) 0
Rouyn-Noranda (12s) 12, Onyx Baseball 5
Rouyn-Noranda (12s) d. Rouyn-Noranda (11s)
Valleyfield d. Onyx Baseball


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
Valleyfield 3 0
Rouyn-Noranda (12s) 2 1
Onyx Baseball 1 2
Rouyn-Noranda (11s) 0 3

The top two teams advance to the provincial finals.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the runs allowed ratio for all teams involved in the tie. Runs allowed ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of runs allowed in all games by six. (The runs allowed are divided by six irrespective of the actual number of defensive innings a team played.) The team or with the lowest runs allowed ratio advances. If the tied teams are competing for multiple spots in the tournament's next phase, all ties are broken based on runs allowed ratio.

Championship Game (Sunday, July 22)

Valleyfield 7, Rouyn-Noranda (12s) 1 (TITLE)

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