Seaton wins WS title, NAIA wrap

* RF Richie Seaton (Scarborough, Ont.), formerly of the OIBA Prospects was amidst the dog pile when the Cumberland Bulldogs edged the host Lewis-Clark State Warriors 3-0 to win the 58th annual Avista-NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Id. .... 2014 Canadians drafted … Canadians in the Minors … Canadians in College … MLB open Bureau camp dates

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By Bob Elliott

There were 191 NAIA member schools fielding teams this spring.

And there is one champion.

This spring there were 174 Canadians on NAIA teams rosters.

And there was one champion:

RF Richie Seaton (Scarborough, Ont.) was the only Canuck celebrating as the Cumberland Bulldogs won the 58th annual Avista-NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Id.

And he drove in the first two runs of the game as Cumberland blanked the host Lewis-Clark Warriors 3-0 before 5,010 fans.

It was the third national title for Cumberland and coach Woody Hunt, as the Bulldogs claimed national titles in 2004 and 2010 along with a runner-up finish in 2006.

The Bulldog became only the first No. 10 seed to win the title since seeding was established in 2003.

A welcome home celebration for the national champs was held in Lebanon, Tenn. with a parade followed by a picnic at Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium. You know a guy has been around a while -- and had some success -- when the ball yard is named after the coach.

The parade we assume followed the usual route -- The beginning on campus, north on South Tarver Avenue, east on West Main Street, circle the Public Square and return to campus.


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And as in the past a Canadian played a key role: OF Charlie MacFarlane (Lantzville, BC), of the Bulldogs earned Canadian Baseball Network College Player of the Year and First Team honours in 2004 and LHP Shawn Schaefer (Pitts Meadows, BC) was named to the Shawn SchaeferCanadian Baseball Network First Team in 2010.

MacFarlane batted .409 with 21 doubles, five triples, 23 homers and 80 RBI in 76 games, while going 11-for-13 stealing bases and a 1.201 OPS for the 2010 national champs.

Schaefer was 14-0 with a 2.47 ERA walking 22 and fanning 108 in 108 2/3 innings.


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And how it went in Lewiston for the third Canadian to win the NAIA Avista in 12 years with the 10th-ranked Bulldogs as Seaton:

_ Singled in the opener, a 10-1 win over the San Diego Christian Hawks.

_ Was hitless in a 6-1 victory over the host No. 2-seeded Lewis-Clark State Warriors in front of 4,175 fans.

_ Had two hits and knocked in the game winner as Cumberland knocked off the 3rd-seeded Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles 8-7 in 10 innings. Seaton singled to left in the sixth as Cumberland cut the deficit to 7-6. After a lead-off single in the bottom of the 10th, a walk  and a ground ball force out which put runners on the corners, Seaton singled to shallow centre for the walk-off win.

_ Had two hits, including a double, knocked in a run and stole a base as Cumberland beat the Oklahoma Baptist Bison 13-5 before 1,170 fans. Seaton reached on an infield hit in the fourth and stole second, walked and scored in the five-run sixth for a 10-5 lead and doubled to deep centre in the seventh and reached on an error in the eighth.

_ Was hitless in a 6-5 loss to Lewis-Clark in front of 3,890 fans.

_ Doubled in the first two runs of the final Seaton as Cumberland rode the left arm of Anthony Gomez, who threw his second-complete game of the World Series, in a 3-0 win. Seaton doubled down the left-field line past the outstretched glove of Warriors left fielder, knocking in the first two runs of the game in the second. Up 2-0 and that was all they needed.

On the season ... for the 49-20 Bulldogs ... Seaton hit .272 with seven doubles and 34 RBIs in 66 games with a .662 OPS as the senior raised his average 35 points during the final 10 games of the season.


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How the 23rd-ranked Cumberland reached Lewiston earning its 12th all-time trip by winning the Kingsport bracket as Seaton ... 

_ Had a pair of hits as the 3rd-ranked Cumberland beat the 2nd-ranked Brewton-Parker Barons 8-3 at Hunter Wright Stadium in Kingsport, Tenn.

_ Was hitless in a 5-2 loss to top-ranked Missouri Baptist Spartans.

_ Had two hits in an 9-1 win over the Bryan Lions.

_ Had two hits in two official at-bats including a run-scoring double and a pair of walks in a 6-4 win over the Missouri Baptist creating a winner-take-all final.

_ Singled in the fourth and hit a two-run double in the eighth for a 6-3 win against Missouri Baptist.

Seaton’s led the Bulldogs with a .471 average (8-for-17) in the Opening Round in Kingsport four RBIs and five runs scored. He reached base 12 times in his 19 plate appearances during the club’s five games, posting two hits apiece in four outings and getting on base twice via errors in the other contest.

He had a strong showing in the conference tournament when he posted seven hits with six runs scored in 18 at-bats (.389) in five outings.

He earned was Player of the Week by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (May 12-18) putting together his best two weeks of the season in the Mid-South Conference championships and the NAIA Championship Opening Round.


As a junior in 2013 ... Seaton hit .311 in 58 games with 13 doubles, a triple, two homers and 35 RBIs, with a .766 OPS. He also earned all Mid-South Conference gold glove honours. He earned 2013 Canadian Baseball Network All-Canadian College Honourable mention honours.


As a sophomore in 2012 ... Seaton hit .333 in 32 games with two doubles, a triple, two homers and 13 RBIs, with an .860 OPS. He earned Trans-South Conference Scholar Athlete honours.


As a freshman in 2011 ... Seaton hit .244 with six doubles, two triples, two homers and 18 RBIs and a .737 OPS playing 57 contests with 43 starts, all in the outfield starting  30 games in left, 12 in centre and one in right, while scoring 23 runs and walking 23 times ... Highlights: Collected two hits with a double and an RBI against McKendree, singled home a run in second contest against Brewton-Parker,  tripled in series opener at Freed-Hardeman, has two hits at Blue Mountain, Posted career-best four hits with a triple and two RBIs at Lindsey Wilson, had three hits with two RBIs playing Ottawa, recorded a bases-clearing double playing Georgetown, doubled against Union, hit two-run homer in opener and added a solo shot playing Martin Methodist and singled against Tennessee Wesleyan in NAIA Championship Opening Round.


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Seaton was one of six Canadians on teams who made it all the way to Lewiston. The others:

RHP Cody Chartrand (Nanaimo, BC) and RHP Carsen Nylund (Surrey, BC) Lewis-Clark State. cody_chartrand_28_mba

Lewis-Clark dropped the opener 6-1 to Cumberland in front of 4,175 fans.

Chartrand then had a strong outing in an elimination game for the Warriors in front of 4,160 fans. He pitched four innings leaving with the score deadlocked 1-1. Chartrand allowed one unearned run on one hit and one walk as he struck out one in his 66-pitch outing. The Warriors scored in their final four at-bats for a 9-1 win.

Next, Lewis-Clark blanked Faulkner 6-0 before 2,795 fans.

Scoring in the bottom of the 10th Lewis-Clark scored a walk-off 6-5 win in the bottom of the ninth before 3,890 fans.

The Warriors beat Oklahoma Wesleyan in front of 4,330 fans to reach the final.

On the season ... for the 47-9 Warriors ... Chartrand was 5-0 with a 1.94 ERA with four saves, as he started the season as the Warriors closer. He walked 15 and struck out 27 in 41 2/3 innings in 13 games making seven starts ... Nylund was 3-0 with a 4.66 ERA in 10 games as he walked four and struck out 14 in 19 1/3 innings.


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OF Keenan Chanin (Surrey, BC) and Brad White (Delta, BC) Tabor Bluejays. keenan_chanin_148_mba

The 9th-seened Tabor opened with a 1-0 win over Southern Poly before 1,110 fans.

Next the Blue Jays lost 9-1 to top-seeded Oklahoma Baptist in front of 1,245.

Tabor scored twice in the bottom of the ninth for a 6-5 win over Georgia Gwinnett in front of 1,010.

And then the Blue Jays were eliminated in a 10-9 12-inning decision to Oklahoma Wesleyan in front of 590 fans.

How they got there: Tabor reached Lewiston by winning the Hutchison Bracket staged at Hobart Detter Field in Hutchinson, Kan.

Chanin was hitless as top-seeded Tabor beat 5th-seeded Viterbo 3-2.

In the second game, Chanin hit a two-run triple down the right field line in the sixth as the Bluejays blanked the 3rd-seeded Jamestown Jimmies 4-0.

Chanin then singled in a 5-1 win against Viterbo.

On the season ... for the 51-13 Bluejays ... Chanin hit .308 with 14 doubles, a triple, a homer and 25 RBIs in 57 games, while going 24-for-30 stealing bases ... White was 1-0 with a 7.94 ERA, walking 10 and striking out 17 in 11 1/3 innings.


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LHP Brandon MacKinnon (Cole Harbour, N.S.) brandon mckinnon

The No. 6-seeded Georgia Gwinnett lost its opener to the 3rd-seeded Oklahoma Baptist Bison before 555 fans.

Then knocked off San Diego Christian 6-4 in front of 890 fans.

And then the No. 9 Tabor Bluejays eliminated Georgia Gwinnett with 6-5 win thanks to two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning in front of 1,010 fans.

How he got there: The top-seeded Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies won the Lawrenceville Bracket at the Grizzly Complex in Lawrenceville, GA despite losing the opener to 5th-seeded St. Francis 3-2.

Next MacKinnon allowed a run in the fourth as Gwinnett edged 4th-seeded Westmont 9-8.

Then Gwinnett took revenge on St. Francis with an 11-8 verdict.

Then, came a 14-5 win over 2nd-seeded Southeastern forcing a winner-take-all game.

MacKinnon took over in the fourth of the final with a 4-1 lead and registered a hold. He allowed two runs in 1 2/3 innings on three hits as the Grizzlies won 7-4.

On the season ... for the 53-13 Grizzlies ... MacKinnon was 5-1 with a 3.55 ERA in 17 games, making 18 starts. He walked 26 and struck out 48 in 50 2/3 innings.


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NAIA Honours


Honorable Mention

OF Tom Muhlethaler, Edmonton, Alta., Jarvis Christian











2014 Daktronics-NAIA Baseball Scholar-Athlete

INF Brenden Watamaniuk, Westlock, Alta., Benedictine

INF Matt Spillman, Welland, Ont., UBC

RHP Donovan Feenstra, Calgary, Alta., Cumberlands 

OF Liam Goodall, Nanaimo, BC, Embry-Riddle

INF Ryan Adkins, Victoria, BC, Jamestown

RHP Tyler Schofield, Windsor, Ont., Madonna

C Jason Fukumoto, Burlington, Ont., Northwestern Ohio


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Teams having their season end in Kingsport were ... 

The Culver-Stockton Wildcats, who finished 30-27 ... C Jake Hillier (Brampton, Ont.) singled and knocked in a run for 5th-seeded Culver-Stockton in a 4-2 win over Bryan. Hillier singled and knocked in two runs in an 11-10 loss to Missouri Baptist and Hillier was hitless in a 5-4 loss to Bryan ... On the season ... for the 30-28 Wildcats ... Hillier hit ,301 with six doubles, a triple and 24 RBIs in 45 games with a .665 OPS ... RHP Nathan Halliday (Oakville, Ont.) was 1-2 with a 5.28 ERA walking 5 and striking out 10 in 15 1/3 innings.


Bryan ... 3B Joseph Underwood (Fruitvale, BC) had two hits in the loss to Culver-Stockton, then doubled, singled and knocked in a run in joey underwooda 4-3 win against Brewton-Parker ... singled in a 5-4 win against Culver-Stockton and singled for Bryan in a 9-1 loss to Cumberland ... On the season ... for 35-38 Lions ... Underwood hit .348 with nine doubles and 19 singles in 63 games. Kyle Paulson (Crescent Valley, BC) was 1-1 with a 7.71 ERA, walking 11 and striking out 13 in 11 2/3 innings.


Missouri Baptist ... defeated No. 5 Culver-Stockton 11-10 ... beat Cumberland 5-2 as CF Ryan Clarke (Mississauga, Ont.) stole a base scored a run ... lost 6-4 to Cumberland as Clarke scored twice ... LHP Curtis Sawchuk (Langley BC) started for Missouri Baptist in the final, a 6-3 loss. Sawchuck pitched four innings and allowing one run on two hits and four walks, while fanning five. He left trailing 1-0 ... On the season ... for the 47-14 Spartans ... Sawchuck was 5-1 with a 3.28 ERA in 12 games, making 10 starts as he walked 24 and struck out 33 in 46 2/3 innings ... Clarke hit .333 with two doubles, a triple and 14 RBIs while stealing 28 bases in 36 attempts ... INF Pier-Olivier Dostaler (Mont Carmel, Que.) hit .196 with a double and 11 RBIs in 26 games ... RHP Chris Romano (Markham, Ont.) was 1-0 with an 8.90 ERA as he walked two and struck out two in 3 1/3 innings.


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At the Jackson bracket at Smith-Willis Stadium hosted in Jackson, Miss. teams having their season come to an end were ...

The 2nd-seeded Oklahoma City Stars, who finished 35-19, lost 9-8 to 3rd-seeded Belhaven, as INF Adam Clark (St. Johns, NB) pinch ran, and the 4th-seeded Sterling Warriors 3-1 ... On the season ... for 35-19 Stars ... Clark hit .214 with two doubles and six RBIs in 35 games.


Belhaven as after the Blazers beat Oklahoma City, they lost 4-2 to top-seeded Oklahoma Wesleyan, defeated 5th-seeded Houston-Victoria and then lost in the final 8-7 to Oklahoma Wesleyan ... On the season ... for 42-19 Blazers ... RHP Justin Atkinson (Mississauga, Ont.) was 0-0 with a 17.05 ERA in 10 games as he walked 12 and struck out two in 6 1/3 innings.


Houston-Victoria Jaguars coach Terry Puhl (Melville, Sask.) and his Jaguars beat Sterling 5-2, lost 5-3 to Oklahoma Wesleyan, beat Sterling 3-2 and was eliminated in an 11-4 loss to Belhaven.


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At the Marion bracket at Wilcadt field in Marion, Ind. seeing their season end was ... 

tyler cattapanPoint Park’s DH Tyler Cattapan (Aurora, Ont.) singled for 2nd-seeded Pioneers in an 8-4 loss to 3rd-seeded Mount Vernon Nazarene Wildcats and pinch hit in an 8-6 loss to 4th-seeded Midland ... On the season ... for the 40-18 Pioneers ... Cattapan hit .282 with seven doubles and 34 RBIs in 51 games.


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At the Daytona Beach bracket at Sliwa Stadium it all ended for ...

The Embry-Riddle Eagles as LF Liam Goodall (Nanaimo, BC) singled and knocked in a run as 2nd-seeded Eagles beat 3rd-seeded LiamGoodallTalladega 7-6, doubled, singled and knocked in a run in a 4-1 loss to top-seeded Souther Poly, then had three hits, including a double in a 7-2 verdict over 4th-seeded Tennessee Wesleyan, next he tripled in a run in a 10-2 win over Southern Poly to force a final and was hitless in an 8-0 loss in the final ... On the season ... for 40-21 Eagles ... Goodall hit .319 with 10 doubles, six triples and 32 RBIs in 61 games while swiping 14 bases in 20 attempts.


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At the Montgomery bracket at Harrison Field In Montgomery, Ala. the season ended for ...

The LSU-Shreveport Pilots as INF Kym Barthel (Lethbridge, Alta.) hit a three-run homer and singled as the 2nd-seeded Pilots dropped its opener, a 14-10 decision to 3rd-seeded MidAmerica Nazerne, while RF Reed Lavallee (North Delta, BC) had two hits ... next the Pilots beat the Judson Eagles 8-5 as LHP Jake Hansen (Fort Macleod, Alta.) jakehansenpicked up the win pitching 4 2/3 innings allowing one run -- unearned -- on one hit and two walks as he struck out four. Barthel had a pair of hits ... beat 5th seeded Point 2-1 as Bartel has two hits including a bunt single with one out in the bottom of the ninth ... Barthel singled, walked twice and stole a base in a 2-0 win over MidAmerica to reach the final ... Hansen allowed three runs on three hits and three walks as the defending national champion Faulkner advanced to Lewiston with an 11-0 win ... On the season ... for the  45-18 Pilots ... Barthel hit .324 with two doubles, two triples, a homer and 18 RBIs in 47 games ... Lavallee led the Pilots in RBIs with 51 as he hit .320 with 18 doubles, five triples and three homers in 59 games ... Brandon Bufton (Ladner, BC) batted .303 with seven doubles and 25 RBIs in 45 games ... Hansen was 5-0 with a 1.51 ERA in 22 appearances making two starts as he walked 15 and struck out 34 in 35 2/3 innings ... LHP Cam Challand (Delta, BC) didn’t allow a run in six games, making one start as he walked two and struck out two in 6 1/3 innings.


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At the Shawnee Bracket at Bison Field at Ford Park, hosted by Oklahoma Baptist the season ended for ... 

The Bellevue Bruins opened with a 2-1 win over 3rd-seeded Northwestern. Then the 2nd-seeded Bruins fell to the loser’s side of the tourney with a 4-0 loss to top-seeded Oklahoma Baptist. The Bruins advanced by beat 5th-seeded Bacone 2-1 and then beat Oklahoma Baptist 4-2 to force a deciding game. RP Rory Young (Adams Lake, BC) pitched but was not involved in the decision as Oklahoma Baptist prevailed 13-6 to advance. Young took over in the third with Bellevue down 6-2 and pitched 3 2/3 innings allowing seven runs -- four earned -- on eight hits and one walk, while striking out a pair ... On the season ... for the 40-17 Bruins ... Young was 1-3 with a 7.44 ERA in 12 games as he made five starts. He walked 23 and struck out 26 in 32 2/3 innings.


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At the Hutchison Bracket staged at Hobart Detter Field in Hutchinson, Kan. the season ended for ... 

The 2nd-seeded Doane Tigers who lost 6-2 to the 3rd-seeded Jamestown Jimmies as Nick Studer (Toronto, Ont.) went hitless. Studer singled as the 4th-seded Mayville State Comets scored in the bottom-of-the-ninth for a walk-off 1-0 win. On the season ... for 42-11 Tigers ... Studer hit .399 with 15 doubles, two triples a homer and 53 RBIs in 48 games.


Jamestown which edged Doane 6-2 in the opener, lost 4-0 to Tabor and lost 11-4 to Viterbo as OF Dylan Lafrentz (Estevan, Sask.) had two hits and knocked in a run. On the season ,,, for the 36-10 Jimmies ... Lafrantz hit .333 with seven doubles and eight RBIs in 31 games ... C Nathan Christiuk (Dufrost, Man.) batted .231 with four doubles and 13 ERBIs in 30 games ... INF Shayne Kelly (Nanaimo, BC) hit .304 with three doubles, two triples and nine RBIs in 29 games ... RHP Brendan Ethier (Calgary, Alta.) didn’t have a decision but did have a 7.56 ERA walking two and striking out six in 8 1/3 innings ... RHP Scott Beever (Rivers, Man.) didn’t allow a run in three games as he walked one and struck out three.


Mayville State, which opened to a 7-0 loss to Viterbo, as C Zach Mihic (Langley, BC) zac mihicsingled for the Comets. RHP Aaron Dick (Langley, BC) took the loss, pitching 5 2/3 innings allowing five runs -- four earned -- on seven hits and two walks, as he fanned three. RHP Todd Leavitt (Vernon, BC) worked in relief, tossing 1 1/3 innings allowing two runs on three hits and a walk ... Next Mayville eliminated Doane 1-0 despite being out hit 1-0. Viterbo then eliminated Mayville State 12-3 as Mihic doubled in a run. Joseph Ferreira (Brampton, Ont.) pitched 2 2/3 innings allowing four hits and three unearned runs ... On the season ... for the 41-18 Comets ... Mihic hit .293 in 57 games with nine doubles, 32 RBIs and a .750 OPS ... Ferreira hit .407 with two doubles, a homer and five RBIs in 27 games with a 1.070 OPS... Bryce Crosbie (Moose Jaw, Sask.) batted .154 in 14 games with one RBI ... Riley Penner (La LaRiviere, Man.) hit .333 in four games with three RBIs ... On the mound ... Dick was 10-2 with a 2.74 mark in 16 games -- 10 starts -- walking 18 and striking out 47 in 75 2/3 innings ... Leavitt had a 3-1 record and a 3.82 ERA in 14 games -- three starts as he walked 24 and struck out 14 in 30 2/3 innings ... Ferreira was 0-0 with two saves and a 4.11 ERA in nine relief appearances as he walked seven and struck out six in 15 1/3 innings ... RHP Kody Rock (Canora, Sask.) had a 1-0 mark with a 1.13 ERA in four games, making one start as he walked two and fanned eight in eight innings.


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At the Santa Clarita, bracket hosted by The Master’s the season staged the season came to an end for ...

No. 3 Davenport Panthers, which opened with a 4-0 win over No. 4 The Master’s as Zach Sardellitti (Maple, Ont.) and Zac Wilson (New Lowell, Ont.) were hitless at Reese Field in Santa Clarita, Calif. ... Sardellitti and Wilson each singled in a 2-1 loss to top-seeded San Diego Christian ... Wilson had aa pair of hits and Sardellitti one as Davenport was eliminated 4-3 by UBC ... On the season ... for the 41-17 Panthers ... Wilson hit .351 with seven doubles and 27 RBIs in 53 games with an .843 OPS. Sardellitti hit .282 with 11 doubles and 23 RBIs in 46 games and a .713 OPS.


The 5th seeded British Columbia Thunderbirds edged the 4th-seeded Vanguard Lions 1-0 in the opener at Reese Field as LHP Conor connor little-white Lillis-White (Toronto, Ont.), six innings; Sean Callegari (Richmond, BC) 2 1/3 innings and Matt Thornton (Campbell River, BC) combined on a six-hit shutout. Jerod Bartnik (Surrey, BC) hit a solo homer in the top of the eighth ... Next UBC’s recorded levelled at 1-1 with a 12-2 loss to San Diego Christian as Alex Webb (Surrey, BC) allowed seven runs -- five earned on six hits and three walks in 5 1/3 innings. Bryan Arthur (Abbotsford, BC) had two hits, including a triple, while Tyler Enns (East St. Paul, Man.) doubled and singled ... Bruce Yari (Waterloo, Ont.) had four hits as UBC thumped Vanguard 10-4 banging out 21 hits. Mackenzie Parlow (Parksville, BC) had three hits and three RBIs, as Tyson Popoff (Richmond, BC) had two hits and knocked in a run, as Brody Hawkins (Delta, BC), Enns, Arthur and Bartnik each had two hits. Bryan Pawlina (Courtenay, BC) picked up the win working five innings allowing 10 hits and two runs ... The T-Birds advanced to the final scoring two runs in the bottom of the ninth for a 4-3 win over Davenport. Popoff singled and went to third on an Arthur double. After an intentional walk, Enns singled to shallow right-centre to tie the scored and then Kevin Biro (Deep Bay, BC) was hit by a pitch to force in the game winner. Thornton gained the win pitching 3 2/3 scoreless. Yari and Popoff each had two hits ... UBC managed five singles -- two by Matt Spillman (Welland, Ont.) -- and a double by Arthur as they fell 2-0 to San Diego Christian. Curtis Taylor (Coquitlam, BC) took the loss allowing two runs in five innings.

On the season ... for the 35-15 Thunderbirds ... Yari had 10 doubles, three triples, two homers and 33 RBIs as he hit .358 in 47 games ... Enns batted .347 with five doubles, four triples and 28 RBIs while hitting .347 in 47 games ... Biro batted .319 with seven doubles, a triple and 34 RBIs in 47 games ... Arthur hit .297 with seven doubles, four triples, a homer and 21 RBIs in 41 appearances ... Popoff had 10 doubles, a triple, a homer and 24 RBIs in 47 games ... Matt Spillman batted .288 with four doubles, three triples, a homer and 22 RBIs in 47 games .... Sebastian Wong (Abbotsford, BC) batted .286 with a double and 10 RBIs in 39 games ... Hawkins hit .275 with five doubles, a homer and seven RBIs in 27 games ... Max Hollingsworth (Coquitlam, BC) batted .273 with a double, a triple and four RBIs in 14 games ... Parlow hit .257 with five RBIs in 12 contests ... Bartnik had 14 doubles, three homers and 22 RBIs in 47 games, while batting .249  ... Cam Firth (London, Ont.) hit .215 with four doubles, a homer and 18 RBIs in 25 games ... Aaron Horanski (Dugald, Man.) hit .208 with a double, one triple, one homer and six RBIs in 25 games ... Brendan Rose (Calgary, Alta.) hit .188 with a double and three RBIs in 16 games ... Vinny Martin (Pender Island, BC) hit .300 with a triple and 12 RBIs in 11 games ... Nick Spillman (Welland, Ont.) hit .182 in 11 games ... Justin Orton (Essex, Ont.) batted .176 with three RBIs in 21 games ... Turner Spears (Guelph, Ont.) batted .500 with an RBI in two games ... And on the mound ... Lillis-White was 9-0 with an 0.46 ERA walking 34 and striking out 75 in 78 2/3 innings over 15 games -- 12 starts ... Thornton was 4-1 with a 1.95 ERA and four saves walking 16 and striking out 27 in 32 1/3 innings in 21 appearances ... Pawlina was 6-1 with a 2.03 ERA and one save as he walked 21 and struck out 43 in 58 2/3 innings ... Callegari went 4-2 with a 2.69 ERA in 15 games -- 12 starts -- as he issued 20 walks and struck out 45 in 80 1/3 innings ... Alex Graham (North Vancouver, BC) was 1-0 with a 2.89 mark walking three and striking out one in 9 1/3 innings in five appearances ... Taylor was 5-3 with a 3.31 mark and three saves as he walked nine and struck out 18 in 32 2/3 innings ... Jeremy Newton (Toronto, Ont.) went 2-2 with a 3.43 mark in 13 appearances, 12 of them starts as he walked 15 and struck out 36 in 63 innings ... Webb was 3-4 and 4.81 in 17 games, making one start, with 10 walks and 27 whiffs in 39 1/3 innings ... Tyler Gillies (London, Ont.) was 1-0 with a 4.98 ERA as he issued 18 walks and fanned 12 in 14 games.