1961 Game Reports, BC Interior     

1961 Vancouver, Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley 
1961 BC Interior 
1961 Vancouver Island   


(August 6)    Winlaw dumped Nakusp 7-2 Sunday to move into second place in the league standings, back of the Slocan Redmen. A four-run first inning proved to be the difference. they added two in the third and another in the seventh. P. Popoff served up a seven-hit effort to claim the pitching win. He fanned three and walked one. Pete Kabatoff relieved in the ninth and struck out the side.

P.Popoff (W), P.Kabatoff (9) and xxx
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(August 20)    Although they pounded out 14 hits Sunday, Nakusp fell 11-4 to the Slocan Redmen.  A three-run homer by Danny O'Neall in the second inning was a game highlight. Win Storgard managed to dance out of danger and go the distance for the win racking up ten strikeouts. Garry Wilson allowed 11 hits in taking the loss. He fanned right and walked five.

Wilson (L) and xxx
Storgard (W) and xxx

(August 20)  Kaslo vs New Denver-Silverton

(August 27)    New Denver-Silverton played one of its best games of the season Sunday downing Slocan City 6-2 as George Nelson allowed just five hits and three walks while fanning 14. The winners got 10 hits off loser Danny O'Neall who had eight strikeouts. Nelson led the attack for New Denver-Silverton clouting a triple and a double. Nelson and Jim Hicks each knocked in a pair of runs.

D.O'Neall (L) and xxx
Nelson (W) and xxx

(September 3)   Winlaw trounced Nakusp 8-0 and 8-2 Sunday to sweep the semi-final series in two straight games and win the right to face Slocan Redman for the Arrow Lakes Baseball League title. Pete Kabatoff was the show for the winners hurling two brilliant games. He had a no-hitter, with seven strikeouts, in the opener. Three walks prevented Kabatoff from a perfect game.

Kabatoff (W) and xxx
xxx and xxx

Kabatoff (W) and xxx
xxx and xxx