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Fall Baseball Schedule Posted (Sep18-Oct28)

Click HERE to see the schedule page for fall ball (or under the Schedules tab).  League runs: September 18th - October 28th

Fall Baseball
The season will run from Sept 18th to Oct 30th (weather permitting).
If you know of anyone still interested who hasn't already signed up, pass along the word.  Tell your friends at school!
Fall Ball is open to all regular season 10, 11 and 12 year olds.
Whether it's transitioning to major baseball, keeping your skills sharp, or saying goodbye to Little League, Fall Ball is a fun and relaxed league.
Just $50 - and you keep the shirt!   Click this link to register online (online payments NOT yet taken)

Little League Canadian Junior Softball Champions

Congratulations to our Junior Softball team who are now the Little League Canadian Junior Softaball Champions.
If you didn't hop on a plane to cheer them on in person, why not follow them on Twitter (#llcjsc) or Facebook ("Layritz Junior All-Stars").  Pictures wil be posted on Facebook on game nights.
They will now fly to Seattle on Thursday to represent Canada at the Junior Softball World Series in Kirkland WA starting this weekend (August 13-14th).  
Follow their progress by clicking here!

Follow 11/12 Provincials Live

If you can't make it to the game, follow it live with Pointstreak.
Click Here.  Click on "Game Live" for game in progress.

Provincial Championships in Victoria at Hampton Park - July 23-30

Congratulations to the Layritz Little League Baseball team who won the District 7 Championship Sunday, July 17.  They will now represent D7 in the Provincial Championships, hosted right here in Victoria at Hampton Park starting Saturday, July 23rd.
Click here for schedule/info. 

Saturday, July 30th: SEMI-FINALS:  Layritz vs Hastings 

 The boys came out ready to play, eventhough Hastings had mercied us only 48hrs ago. Jacob Moss is again outstanding as our starting pitcher. Ryan Cleaver scores in the first inning and we lead 1-0.  Runners on every inning but we can not get some insurance runs. Hastings ties it up in the fifth and we are thrown out at the plate so its 1-1 entering the 6th inning.  Their bats come alive and we valiantly fight to the last strike but to no avail.

FINAL SCORE:  Hastings 3, Layritz 1.   THANKS TO ALL LAYRITZ  FAMILIES FOR THE SUPPORT!  The paper estimated the crowd at 1,000 people today.

Friday July 29th vs Lynn Valley:  WIN and we are in the semi-finals of the BC's.

  WOW, what a game.  Lynn Valley comes with their ace and K's our first nine batters.  Jesse Simpson matches him out for out til he reaches his pitch limit after five innings--still tied 0-0. Justice Carter replaces him on the hill. Still scoreless thru, 6,7,8,and 9 innings--eventhough Lynn Valley had bases loaded with one out but failed to score. Ryan Cleaver lays down a great bunt to start the 10th and later scores. BUT, LV also scores and we continue. 11TH inning solves nothing. Ryely Abbott scores on an RBI from Jake Wilhelm in the 12th inning and Justice K's the 3rd out on his 85th pitch.  A total of 170 pitches thrown by Jesse/Justice: just ONE run allowed.


Thurs July 28 vs Hastings, 2pm:

A tough start as Hastings come up with five big runs in the 1st inning.  Ryan "Cola" Christenson pitches a 1-2-3 second inning ( THREE pitches, three outs!) and shuts them out in the 3rd inning. But a few errors cost us in the fourth.

FINAL SCORE: Hastings 10, Layritz 0

Wed July 27 vs Langley:

  A good start, but tough finish for the boys.  Runners on in 1st/2nd inning but could not get the big hit.  Langley scores one in the 3rd to lead 1-0 after Trey Crust does well to keep them at bay. Araresso Cochrane, Jesse Simpson, Jake Wilhelm, and Ryley Abbott pitch well but Langley's bats come ALIVE and a few errors help as well.  Justice Carter picks up a RBI for us. Tomorrow is a new day!

FINAL SCORE: LANGLEY 14, LAYRITZ 1 ( record now 2-2)

Tuesday July 26 vs Trail:

  Again defense and pitching play a huge part in this game.  Trail scores one run in the 3rd inning as Jacob Potter throws three innings with 6 K's and no earned runs.  He also bunts in the 4th inning with Ryan Cleaver at 1st base who tried to score after a throwing error but was called out at the plate on a VERY close, contentious play.  Jacob later scores on a pass ball and Andrew Baxter delivers a clutch, 2-out hit to score Ryley Abbott. Justice Carter throws three shutout innings and was aided by nice defensive plays by (2B) Joel Barton, (3B) Ryan Christenson, and a gem by (ss)Jake Wilhelm to seal the deal.    

  FINAL SCORE:  Trail 1, Layritz 2.  (now 2-1)

Sunday July 24 vs Little Mountain

  What a game vs the defending Canadian champs!!  Little Mountain scores two in the 1st inning but Justice Carter, Jacob Potter, and Jesse Simpson allow no more til the 6th inning.  Ryley Abbott crushes a 3-2 pitch over the LF fence in the 2nd inning to cut the lead in half.  No scoring in the middle innings due in no small part to Jake Wilhelm turning two double plays at SS. An error leads to a run in the top of the 6th inning to give LMB a 3-1 lead but Layritz never quits. Jesse Simpson leads off with a double and scores on Ryley's sac fly.  Trey Crust hits  a single to RF that scores Joel Barton from 2B on the closest of plays to tie the score at 3-3. A bases loaded walk with two outs gives LMB a 4-3 lead in the top of the 7th and no heroics follow for the green team this time.

Final Score: LMB 4, LAYRITZ 3 (7 innings) ( ...now 1-1)

Saturday, July 23 vs HAMPTON

   Opening game for both teams and nerves were abound. Only two hits for Layritz.  Gio Walt scores on a wild pitch in the first inning and that was enough behind the masterful pitching of Jacob Moss.  Jacob throws a 78-pitch, complete game,  one-hitter with an amazing FIFTEEN strikeouts for the win to lead us to victory.


Tournament: 11-12 Baseball - July 9th - 17th

The Layritz 11-12 Baseball Tournament team is playing in the District 7 tournament from Friday, July 9th to Sunday July 17th at Hollywood Park.  Come on out, enjoy the weather, and cheer them on.  Check out this link for the schedule and scores.

Tournament: 9-10 Baseball - July 1st - 10th

The Layritz 9-10 Baseball Tournament team is playing in the District 7 tournament from Friday, July 1st to Sunday July 10th at National Park.  Come on out, enjoy the weather, and cheer them on.  Check out this link for the schedule and scores.

Layritz WINS City Minors Championship - June 20-26th

Layritz Minor Baseball team, Cumberbirch Insurance, played for the City Minor Championship Sunday, June 26th at Central Saanich's Cenntenial Park at 1pm.  They played an exciting game, winning 14-12 win over Hampton in the final (4-1 in the round robin).  Way to go team!  Thanks to all who came out and cheered them on.

Fall Ball Registration
Baseball Under the Lights!! - Fall Ball is open to all regular season 10, 11 and 12 year olds.
Whether it's transitioning to major baseball, keeping your skills sharp, or saying goodbye to 
Little League, Fall Ball is a fun and relaxed league from early September to mid-October.
Just $50 - and you keep the shirt!   Click this link to register online (online payments NOT yet taken)

Layritz Hoodies!

At the concession we have a new shipment of Layritz Hoodies!

Type COST Sizes Colours
Youth $25 YL, YXL Black or Gray
Adult $30 AS, AM, AL, AXL Black or Gray

 We also have helmets for $20 each (includes taxes).

Charity Golf for Little League Challenger - Tuesday June 21

 The 10th Annual McDonald's Challenger Celebrity Golf Classic will be held this year on Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 at Meadow Gardens Golf Club.  Over the past 9 years close to $450,000 has been raised to support children's charities across BC, with the main thrust going towards Little League Challenger Division, a division for children with cognitive or physical disabilities.  This gives those children a chance to participate in Little Leaugue that might not otherwise have been able to do.  Check out this PDF for full details with contact and registration information.