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Oakville Whitecaps win 2014 Provincials

The Intermediate (13U) Whitecaps headed out to Ottawa looking to compete in the 2014 Provincials for the right to represent Ontario in the 2014 Intermediate Canadians in Calgary Alberta.

The Whitecaps got out to a slow start losing thier first two games which included a loss to the East Nepean Eagles. This team never gave up and  bounced back and won the next two games to finish the round robin play with two wins and two losses.

They entered the playoffs with grit and determination playing the host -Kanata Cubs and won that game 19-5 setting up another showdown with the East Nepean Eagles on Sunday.

The Whitecaps started pitcher Steven Hospital and struck first scoring three runs in one inning. Knowing that East Nepean would not go down without a fight the Whitecaps dug deep and played some flawless defense. The team had a couple of double plays and a game ending throw from centerfield to the third baseman who tagged the runner out for the final out sending the Oakville Whitecaps to the Intermediate Canadians in Calgary Alberta.

This is the first time since 2002 that Oakville has sent a team to the Canadians representing Oakville Little League and District 1.

Congratulaitons to the players and coaching staff of the13U Whitecaps and we look forward to following you as you represent Ontario in the 2014 Canadians.

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Oakville Whitecaps Juniors win 2014 Provincials

TheJunior (14U) Whitecaps followed the Intermediate team out to the Ottawa region but headed to Kemptville to compete in the 2014 Provincials for the right to represent Ontario in the 2014Junior Canadians in Lethbridge Alberta.

The Junior Whitecaps led by team manager, Nick Rigato, took to the diamonds and were focused on one thing and that was taking it to the next level.
The Whitecaps got out to a fast start  with some convincing wins over Windsor, Thunder Bay and Perth to get to the playoffs. In the playoffs agains the Orleans Red Sox, the Whitecaps got off to a slow start by going down 5-0 early in the game. This team was resilient and had a "never give up" attitude. They bounced back with four runs and eventually scored two more and held off Orleans to wn the game setting the stage for the finals against the Kanata Cubs.
The day started out with significant rain storms and thunderstorms causing a long delay from the original 10am start. The team had to find a way to stay loose throughout the day waiting for the rains to stop and the diamonds to be playable. That time came as the first pitch went at 2PM. Oakville's starting pitcher, Cam Dyck pitched a great game with solid defense behind him and offfense that came at the right time. The Whitecaps gave up one run in the top of the first inning but bounced back to score two in the bottom of the inning to take a one run lead which proved to be all that was needed for the Whitecaps to win the 2014 Junior Provincials.

This is the first time since 2002 that Oakville has sent a team to the Canadians representing Oakville Little League and District 1 and in 2014, we are now sending two teams to represent Ontario and Oakville Little League.

Congratulaitons to the players and coaching staff of the14U Whitecaps and we look forward to following you as you represent Ontario in the 2014 Canadians.

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