Charlottetown Jays Win First KCBL Victory in Two Years



Bombers win victory over Athletics thanks to Power, Doucette

According to The Guardian, the Charlottetown Jays senior squad won their first victory in their two years in the Kings County Baseball League on Sunday by defeating the Charlottetown Expos 6 – 4.  The Jays pick up their first victory thanks to starting pitcher Terry (Bubba) MacDonald. The 53-year old went three solid innings and handed over a 6-4 lead off to Stephen Birt who gave up only one hit during the next four innings to help the Jays secure their first KCBL victory.

The Jays competed in the Canadian old-timer's tournament earlier in the months of August in Charlottetown. Another player that contributed to the Jays victory was Scott (Rammer),Ramsey. He had a critical two-run double in the bottom of the third on Sunday, which helped to put the Jays ahead and win the game.

Other major hitters in the game for the Jays included Kris O’Brien (1-for-2), Brodie Coffin (with 1-for-3 and a key double in the first inning), and Mark Goyetche (1-for-2 with an RBI). The Jays initially lost a heart breaker in the first game of the doubleheader against the Expos who took a 3-2 win on Jordan’s Duffy’s bottom of the seven walk-off hit.  The Jays received a gem from John (Poochie) Burke for the loss.

Bombers 8, Athletics 5

Another Kings County Baseball League action occurred between the Peakes Tee Bombers and the Alley Stratford Athletics. The Bombers won the Stratford Athletics 8-5 on Sunday in the KCBL. Jonathan Arsenault struck out four times to take the loss while Dillon Doucette pitched the game to complete victory with four strikeouts.

Rob Phelan was 2-for-3 with a home run while Doucette homered and had three RBI. Mitch Power went 2-for-4 with three RBL, and Colin Myers was 2-for-2 with three runs scored and two doubles. Dominique Ryan had 1-for-3 with a home run, Ryne MacIsaac was 2-for-4, and Arsenault was 2-for-4 with a home run.

Athletics 9, Expos 2

The Charlottetown Expos also suffer a loss at the hands of the athletics. The Alley Stratford Athletics won the Expos 9-2 Friday night in the Kings County Baseball League Action.

Tyler Johnston suffered the loss even after receiving relief from Brad Mullen. Seth Hewitt, however, threw a complete game two-hitter. Thanks to eight strikeouts, he was able to pick up the win.

Grant Grady, Jonathan Arsenault, and Ryne MacIsaac all had two hits to lead the Alley Stratford Athletics to the win while Duff Macdonald and Justin Bradley had two hits for the Expos. 

The KCBL saw a lot of action as well as new records this past weekend. The Charlottetown Jays won their first victory in their two years since joining the Kings County Baseball League. The Charlottetown saw defeat at the hands of the Jays and the Alley Stratford Athletics.

The Athletics saw a mixed weekend with a loss at the hands of the Peakes Tee Bombers but were rewarded with a victory against the Expos, says the report on The Guardian.