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Sooke Loggers claim NAFA Open-Holm Classic title

Sunday, June 16th, 2013

FARGO, ND – In fastpitch softball, ball players must have short memories. They must put bad outings and disappointing losses behind them.

Sometimes easier said than done. The Sooke Loggers would know.

In last year’s NAFA Open World Series championship, the Loggers suffered a gut wrenching, 9-8, loss to the Circle Tap Dukes. After leading by four runs in the seventh inning, the Loggers saw that hefty lead vanish as Circle Tap rallied for five runs to seize the title.

But there would be no gut-wrenching loss this year. No going back to British Columbia, Canada disappointed. Loggers’ pitcher Scott Lieph made sure of that.

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Toronto Gators upend Eugene (OR) California A’s on big hits and Justin Schofield pitching

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Justin Schofield, age 20 at the time and pitching in California in 2010, threw a fine game in beating the Eugene (OR) California A’s, 2-0, in the losers bracket of the ISC World Tournament.

MIDLAND, MI – The Toronto Gators only got three hits, but two of them were huge as Greg Garrity and John Kemp hit solo home runs and the Gators upended the Eugene (OR) California A’s 2-0, Friday, in a losers’ bracket game.

The win exits the ISC No. 6 ranked A’s from the ISC World Tournament, and sends the Gators on to a matchup with the Jarvis Ontario Travelers Friday afternoon.

Toronto right-hander, Justin Schofield, survived some tense moments as he wiggled out of trouble, stranding 12 A’s runners.

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