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In Memoriam: Evan Frustaglio

Evan Frustaglio Age 82005 High Park T-Ball All-Stars

Evan died suddenly at the age of thirteen, on October 26th, 2009, a victim of the H1N1 flu virus. His death was reported across the country, including on the CBC News. He played T-Ball and Little League Baseball at High Park for several years. In 2008 he was a member of the Pirates house league team. Evan will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him at High Park Baseball.


Mariners Win Game 3 to Claim 2009 Championship

2009 Champions - The Mariners2009 Finalists - The Tigers

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Mariners and Tigers Play Double ThrillerTag

close play at the plateSeptember 20, 2009: The Tigers won the first game of the best of three final series for the championship of High Park T-Ball by a single run, in a game that kept the fans on the edge of their seats until the eleventh batter in the bottom of the fifth inning.

In the second game of the double header, the Mariners took an early lead, but the Tigers turned the tables in the third. In the fourth, the Mariners defense shut out the Tigers, but the Tigers responded by holding the Mariners to a single run in the next inning. Once again, the outcome was uncertain until the Mariners got the eleventh Tigers batter out in the bottom of the fifth inning!

 


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Playoff Upsets!

September 19, 2009: All twelve High Park T-Ball teams played great ball in the playoffs this year. There were outstanding defensive plays and impressive hits, and everyone had fun regardless of the outcome.

At the end of round robin play on Tuesday, five teams had a record of three wins and only one loss. By Saturday afternoon, all five had lost their second game in the playoffs, and will be watching from the sidelines as two unexpected challengers play for the High Park T-Ball championship of 2009. The Mariners stepped up their play, and defeated both the Mets and the Jays on their road to the final. But look out Mariners! The Tigers also surprised their opponents, winning convincingly over the Dodgers and the Royals on Saturday.

The Mariners and the Tigers will meet in the best-of-three final series, beginning with a double header on Sunday afternoon. Check the results and schedule here.

2009 Silver Tee Tournament

High Park All-Stars Win Silver Tee Tournament

The High Park T-Ball All-Star team completed an undefeated season by claiming the championship at the Silver Tee Tournament hosted by LaSalle Turtle Club, on August 9th.

Saturday's games were washed out as the Windsor area was hit by storms that lasted all day and dumped 34mm of rain. On Sunday, both High Park teams played four games in hot and muggy conditions as the temperature soared to 34 degrees.

In the final, High Park played Turtle Club in a hard-fought, exciting game that was not decided until last batter in the bottom of the fifth inning. The High Park Selects also had a great tournament, placing third in the AAA division, after losing by just two runs to the AAA winners, Turtle Club B, during the round robin.

Congratulations to all the Braves on a great season!

High Park Braves Win World T-Ball Tournament

3 August 2009: For the fourth straight season, the High Park T-Ball All-Stars won the World Invitational T-Ball Tournament in Ancaster, Ontario, defeating host Ancaster in an exciting finish to a great weekend of T-Ball. The High Park Junior All-Stars, a team of seven-year-old players, played extremely well all weekend, and came very close to upsetting the Stoney Creek All-Stars in the AAA division. The third High Park team in the tournament, the Selects, also played in the AAA division.

Thanks again to all the volunteers who work so hard to make the World T-Ball Tournament such a great experience for all the young T-Ball players from across the province!

The Select team and the All-Stars will travel to Windsor this weekend for the Silver Tee Tournament hosted by LaSalle Turtle Club.

High Park Junior All-Stars: 2009 AAA Finalists at Ancaster World T-Ball Tournament
HP Junior All-Stars: 2009 World T-Ball AAA Finalists


High Park All-Stars Win Ancaster World T-Ball Championship
High Park All-Stars: 2009 World T-Ball Champions

High Park Selects: Ancaster 2009 - Credit Susan Baird
2009 High Park Selects at World T-Ball Tournament

High Park Braves Win Minor Provincial Championship

The High Park Minor Braves won the Minor Provincial Tournament in Oakville. The ten-year-old team defeated Brockville to claim the provincial title.

The 12-year-old Braves came very close to winning the Major Provincial Championship, but lost by a score of 5-3 to LaSalle Turtle Club. Turtle Club advanced to the Canadian Championship in Val D'Or, Quebec where they lost in the final game to BC. The BC team, from Hastings, represented Canada at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Virginia.

Meanwhile, the nine-year-old Braves won the Minor B division at the annual Scott Tokessy Memorial Gold Glove tournament in Kanata, Ontario. High Park's 11-year-old team won the Major B division.

Congratulations Braves!


High Park T-Ball All-Star Day — Sunday July 19th

High Park T-Ball All-Star Day 2009


High Park Little League Teams Advance to Provincial Tournaments

24 July 2009: On Thursday, July 23, the the twelve year old High Park Little League Braves defeated the Stoney Creek Blue Jays 3-0 to claim the District 1 championship. For the Major division team, this represents the first step on the road to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Virginia. The Braves will represent District 1 in the Provincial Championship to be held in Pembroke, Ontario from July 30th to August 5th, with the winner advancing to the Canadian Championship in Val D'Or, Quebec, the following week.

The High Park Minor Braves also won District 1, and will be playing in the Minor Provincial Tournament in Oakville, beginning July 31st. Good Luck Braves


High Park T-Ball Teams at Erindale Tournament

All-Star Team Escapes Close Call During Storm

High Park Teams Win at
Erindale T-Ball Tournament

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14 July 2009: Three High Park Rep teams participated in the annual Erindale T-Ball Tune-Up Tournament in Mississauga, July 10th to July 12th. Once again, the High Park eight-year-old All-Star team dominated the competition and won the Major Division championship. The seven-year-old Junior All-Stars were undefeated in the AA division, so they were promoted to the AAA division where they continued their winning streak with wins over the High Park Select team and the Eastmount Royals to claim the AAA division championship. The High Park Selects placed third in the AAA division after winning three of their five games. Congratulations to all the rep teams on a great weekend of baseball.

High Park Little League Minor Team Wins District Championship

On July 9th, the High Park Little League Minor All-Star team won the district championship at a tournament hosted by High Park. The High Park team will now represent District 1 at the Provincial Championships to be held this year in Oakville, beginning July 31st. Congratulations to the High Park 10-year-old Braves team!

Tree Crashes in Storm, Narrowly Missing High Park All-Star Team

Tree Falls

On Saturday July 11th, during the Erindale T-Ball Tournament, severe storms interrupted the morning games. Several members of the High Park All-Star team were huddled under canopies near a large tree, when someone realized it was about to fall, and cried "Run!" Thanks to quick reactions, no one was injured, but everyone was shaken up by the near tragedy.

 


 

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