1969 Game Reports, BC Interior     

1969 Vancouver, Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley 
1969 BC Interior 
1969 Vancouver Island   


(June 15)   Seventeen-year-old Wayne Dye twirled a two-hitter Sunday to lead Vernon to a 9-2 victory over Kelowna in an Okanagan Mainline League contest at Vernon. The Luckies scored one run in the first, third, fourth and fifth innings and added two in the seventh for the triumph. 

At Kelowna Saturday, the home nine defeated Kamloops Lelands 3-2 on back-to-back home runs by Gary Lawler and Ken Ray in the bottom of the third. Reliever Ken Tweed halted a comeback drive by Kamloops in the ninth.

(July 22)   In an exhibition game at Calgary, the Vernon Luckies downed the Giants 6-4. Luckies, pennant winners in the the Okanagan Mainline League, used the game as a warm-up for the Lacombe Tournament. They took an early lead, with two in the 1st and another three in the 3rd and led all the way. Outfielder Jerry Reimer, a pro with the Vancouver Mounties last season, led the Luckies' offense with a towering triple and single and score twice. Vernon out hit Calgary 10-6. The big blow for Calgary was Murray Heatley's two-run triple in the 5th.

Carmack, Marquardt (W) (5), Main (8) and Inglis
Taylor (L) , Earhardt (8), Horb (9) and Heatley