1915 Game Reports BC Interior      

1915 Vancouver, Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley   
1915 BC Interior 
1915 Vancouver Island   


(May 24)  Playing on a somewhat soggy diamond, the hosting Enderby nine opened the 1915 season with a 5 to 3 victory over Armstrong. The two north Okanagan squads were locked in a 3 – 3 tie up until the seventh frame when Enderby’s Elmer Black delivered a two-run single to provide the lead and insurance runs. Armstrong had opportunities in both the eighth and ninth panels to knot the count but winning pitcher Patton was able to come through in the clutch.

Ferguson (L) and Freeman
Patton (W) and Johnson/Johnston

(June 3)  The Enderby baseballers journeyed to Armstrong and came away with a 12 to 7 triumph over the Celery Growers. Winning tosser Patton fanned 13 and crossed the plate four times.

Patton (W) and Johnson/Johnston
McCullough (L), Ferguson (5), C. Johnston ((8) and Freeman

(July 1)  Enderby came from behind to record a 3 to 1 verdict over hosting Armstrong in a well-played match between the two north Okanagan rivals. Armstrong plated their lone run in the second frame when C. Johnston tripled and was driven home on a single by “Doc” McCullough. Enderby tied it at 1 – 1 in the seventh round when Jack LaForge doubled and crossed the dish on winning pitcher Patton’s single. In the eighth canto, Elmer Black doubled and eventually reached home when Dean Fravel ripped a sacrifice fly to the middle pasture. Enderby’s final tally, also in the eighth, was an unearned marker which resulted after F. Dill reached base on an infield error, moved around the sacks and hustled home with the insurance run on Ed Dill’s dribbler to shortstop.

Patton (W) and Johnson/Johnston
Graham (L) and Freeman 


Revelstoke had a five-team league with the C.P.R., Federals, Giants, High School and Pirates.


(May 24)  Cranbrook held a 7 to 4 lead over Fort Steele after four innings of play when rain washed out the Victoria Day game. 

(June 27)  The Cranbrook baseballers travelled to Wardner where they defeated the men of the Lumber Town 7 to 2.

(July 1)  Cranbrook swept a Dominion Day doubleheader from Wardner by scores of 10 to 8 and 8 to 4.

Crisler (L) and T. Thompson
D. Brault (W) and Brault

Lund (L) and T. Thompson
A. Crowe (W) and E. Crowe

(August 4)  Erickson jumped out to a first-inning lead and went on to topple Creston 12 to 8.

Maxwell (W) and Embree
Goodwin (L) and Cameron 

(September 6)  Wardner and Cranbrook clashed in a Labor Day twin-bill, splitting the honors for the day. Both skirmishes were of the heavy-hitting variety as Wardner grabbed the opener 13 to 12 while Cranbrook prevailed 25 to 5 in the finale.