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Puslinch Prowlers U13 Boys Win Cambridge Tournament

Big shout out to the Puslinch Prowlers U13 Team. This past weekend the Prowlersrepresented Puslinch in the Cambridge tournament and won a nailbiter in the gold game.

The first game of the weekend, started off a little slow , as the boys dropped their firstgame to Cambridge, 14 to 10. The bats were alive, but they faced an even strongeroffensive team that morning, in Cambridge. Cody Mackneer made key plays through outthe game and Rowan Garon-Nielsen, lead the Prowlers that morning with some key hitsand received the MVP of the game for Puslinch.

In the second game of the tournament, Puslinch took on a very strong team fromChelsey. The game came right down to the wire, as Puslinch edged Chelsey out with a13 to 12 win. Ben Borody made his debut with The Prowlers and settled in quickly makingsome nice defensive plays. Zach Lang pitched a couple strong innings and had a key hitat the end of the game to drive in the winning run. Ian Hood anchored the team at thecatching position and won MVP of the game.

In the third game, a must win, Puslinch took on St. George and won in prettyconvincing style! The bats came alive, with a big home run from Chase Corlett Tuckleading the way, and strong pitching from Andrew Robinson and great catching by EbaadUrahmann, who got to take home the MVP for that game.

In the Gold Game, Puslinch faced Chelsey again! And the two teams didn’t disappointproviding excitement right down to the wire like they did in the previous match in the roundrobins. Puslinch held on to win a thriller by one run, 12 to 11. Puslinch stormed out infront early in the game, but Chelsey clawed their way back to within one run, to make itan exciting finish. Mason Hunt pitched three strong innings to get the win and heldChelsey bats at bay for the early part of the game. Key defensive plays and strong battingby Griffin Coburn, Henry Ervin, and Patrick Seeley in all four games, helped The Prowlerssecure their gold medals!

Congratulations Prowlers on your first ever tournament win!