1962 Tournaments     

Peace River :  Peace River Stampeders and Fort Saskatchewan Red Sox shared top money in the annual Peace River tournament as rain wiped out the final.


(May 19-20) Kimberley Hobos edged Kimberley Dynamos 8-7 Sunday to take top money at the annual Creston Apple Blossom Tournament.

The tourney highlight came earlier when Ron "Slicker" Brown tossed a no-hitter as the Hobos turned back the Fernie Falcons 4-0. For Brown, with some 16 seasons of pitching, it was his first no-hitter. He gave up three walks and another runner reached on an error. John Kosiancic cracked a homer for the winners.

Ed Johnson had a four-bagger in the final for the Hobos while Al Fabro had a circuit shot for the Dynamos. Colin Patterson got the pitching win over Ike Bodin. Dynamos reached the final downing the Creston All-Stars 7-0 with Bodin pitching the shutout.


(May 21)  The hometown Fort Saskatchewan Red Sox served notice that they will be a force to be reckoned with in the 1962 Edmonton Big Seven Baseball League. The Red Sox captured top honors in their own holiday weekend tournament, shortened to a single day by weather conditions.

They scuttled the Safeway Skylarks of Edmonton 9 to 1 in the tourney final after earlier blanking the Leduc Lions 5 to 0. In the other semi-final game, the Skylarks turned back the Edmonton St. Josaphat’s Saints 5 to 3. Originally, eight teams were slated to participate in a two-day event but when rain washed out the opening-day tilts, four clubs were dropped on a draw from the hat. Young hopeful Bob Hood worked on the knoll for the Forts during the initial four frames of the finale and hockeyist Gord Labossiere hurled the last four stanzas. Between them, they had the Skylarks well under control, with the only run surrendered being of the unearned variety. Meanwhile, the Crimson Hose jumped all over Harvey Popik for a quick 6 to 0 lead. In their first match, the Scarlet Stockings pitched newcomer Bob Kooteney/Kootney who silenced Leduc on two hits while his mates were mauling four enemy hurlers. Dave Dinwoodie pitched the Skylarks to their victory over the Saints, who countered with Dave Kostenuk, formerly of the champion City Police Athletics. Jim Cattoni led the Skylarks with a home run blast while Gary Chapman of the Saints replied with a freak round-tripper that bounced off the left fielder’s glove over the wall.


(June 23-24)  St. John, Washington, edged Kimberley Hobos 4-3 Sunday to win the 6th Annual Kimberley Baseball Tournament held at Coronation Park.

Hobos took a 2-0 lead in the first inning as Moose Ronquist doubled in Ed Johnson, who was hit by a pitch, and Allan Patterson, who drew a walk. They went up 3-0 in the third on a pair of singles and an error. St. John tied it on one swing of the bat in the sixth inning. The Washington catcher belted one out of the park with two men on the bases. The visitors got the winner in the seven on a single and a long double down the third base line. St. John out-hit the Hobos 10 to 5.

Spokane Orphans kicked off the tourney with an 8-5 win over the Coleman Cubs. Lethbridge Nisei topped the Kimberley Dynamos 7-5 in spite of home runs by Ike Bodin and Wally Tymchyna.

The Hobos fell behind 2-0 in their game with Fernie as Vic Marasco belted a homer for the Falcons but Kimberley roared back to win 10-4 behind the fine mound work of Mel Johnson, who gave way to Colin Patterson in the seventh.

St. John had an easy time trouncing Creston Cruisers 14-2 in a game called in the fourth inning.

In semi-final play, Elgin Smith fashioned a nifty five-hitter in blanking Lethbridge 5-0. John Kosiancic and Ed Johnson blasted home runs.

St. John edged Spokane Orphans 2-1 in the other semi-final in one of the finest games ever witnessed in Kimberley. The Washington nine got the winner in the seventh inning on two singles and an error.


(July 1) An estimated 4,000 fans turned out Monday for some ten scintillating hours of tournament baseball at the annual Birtle Sports Day. Hamiota Red Sox captured top prize money of $400 scoring twice in the eighth inning to dump St. Lazare 5-3.

St. Lazare, solid local favourites, had been the surprise of the day as they setback Brandon Cloverleafs 9-5 and topped Dauphin Redbirds 9-3. Big Glennis Scott was the winning hurler in both games tossing a masterful three-hitter in the opener and then coming in for a two-inning relief stint in the final. Hamiota's Gladwyn Scott and Stan Skeen of St. Lazare were the mound choices for the finale. The Saints jumped into an early 2-0 lead but the Red Sox bounced back to lead 3-2 after five frames. Skeen drove in the tying run in the top of the eighth but Al Robertson crushed a towering homer to right-centre in the bottom of the eighth for the win.

Skeen, the little lefty from California, had set Dauphin down on six hits in the semi-final and had joined Del Stainer and Roy Cuthill with a homer.  In the opening game, Ray Simms hurled the Saints' victory as he put the Cloverleafs down on six hits. Dennis Mendyk managed to get to Simms for a long circuit smash.


(July 1-2)   After suffering six straight defeats in league play, Merritt Luckies edged Vernon Luckies 8-7 to take first money in the $1,200 Dominion Day Tournament at Kelowna. The final game triumph was one of three, one-run victories for the Merritt Luckies. A six-run outburst in the fifth inning, on a home run by Doug Weeks, doubles by Ken Jorgenson and Frank Bredick and a single by Harry Kimura, gave Merritt an 8-1 lead in the final. Vernon threated with runs in the fifth, eight and ninth. Russ Keckalo's two-run  homer in the ninth to make it 8-7, but reliever Larry Webster put out the fire.

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In Sunday;s opening game, homers by Bob Radies, Doug Weeks and Jorgenson provided all the scoring for the winners as Merritt downed Vancouver Kingsway 4-3.  Harold Haddock gave up ten hits but kept them scattered to pick up the win,

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The most thrilling game was Merritt's 3-2 win over Oliver Monday afternoon.  A dramatic two-run homer by Bill Jorgenson in the bottom of the ninth gave the win to the Luckies. Oliver had taken the lead in the third on a single and double and added a run in the seventh on a solo homer.  Merritt finally broke through against Gary Driessen with a run in the eighth as Doug Weeks singled to put Merritt on the scoreboard. In the ninth Bruno Ceccon reached with a single and with one out and Jorgenson ended the contest with a booming drive over the centrefield fence. Larry Webster fired a four-hitter for the win.

Gary Driessen (L) and xxx
Larry Webster (W) and xxx

Vernon slipped by the Vancouver Longshoremen 6-5 on Saturday on a two-run homer in the seventh by Alex Mashuba. The Luckies went onto crush Kelowna Labatts 19-2 Monday as Kashuba slammed a three-run homer and Russ Keckalo followed with a two-run blast. 

Kelowna looked strong on Sunday in blanking Vancouver Dufferins 4-0 as newcomer Des Mosley had a no-hitter into the sixth inning, finishing with a three-hit effort and 17 strikeouts. Labatts picked up Mosley from Victoria for the tournament.

Vernon's Alex Kashuba was the tourney's top hitter with seven hits in 11 trips. Three of the blows were homers. Teammate Russ Keckalo had a pair of circuit clouts.


(July 21-22)    The host Smithers club took top money at the Smithers Tournament downing Prince Rupert in the final.

Billy Barker Hotel took over sponsorship of the Quesnel team two weeks ago but the new uniforms with blue trim and letters and name in yellow, arrived too late to be worn at the tourney as the team finished third.

Jack Charlesworth twirled a six-hitter as Quesnel took the opener 6-2 over Terrace with five runs in the 8th inning. Shenkle held Quesnel to seven hits as Prince Rupert took the second game 11-7. In a playoff to determine third money, Quesnel dumped Vanderhoof 13-7 as 19-year-old Bill McLeod, in his first game in senior company, hurled Billy Barker to the win. He pitched into the 8th inning allowing just one hit with six walks and three strikeouts.


(July 25)  Perfect weather and large crowds, between 2,000 and 4,000, greeted the opening games of the 13th annual Lacombe Lions tournament Wednesday. 

Veteran right-hander Willie Walasko bested southpaw Dennis Lindstrom in a pitching duel as Granum White Sox won the tourney opener 3-2 over Edmonton Skylarks.  Walasko scattered eight hits while Lindstrom took a tough-luck loss firing a three-hitter. White Sox got their three runs in the sixth inning on two hits and two errors. Bill Fennessey tagged the big blow, driving in the tying and winning runs. 

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Lindstrom (L) and xxx

Grand Prairie Eskimos downed Leduc Lions 9-5. Medicine Hat Superiors whipped Neilburg Monarchs 14-3 and St.John, Washington, Indians crushed Saskatoon Commodores 19-7.

(July 26)  Hailstones the size of marbles ripped up the Lacombe Lions' diamond Thursday putting an premature end to the 13th annual tournament.  A storm, with rain and hail, one of the worst to hit the area in some time, hit just after the completion of the semi-finals.  The final, to have featured the Grand Prairie Eskimos and St. John, Washington, Indians, was cancelled. The teams split first and second place money, totalling $1,850, was evenly divided with each team getting $925.

In the semi-finals, Grande Prairie defeated Granum 9-4 and St. John demolished Medicine Hat 18-1.

Veteran hurler Roland Jones, with relief help from Merv Currie, kept Granum in check while Eskimo swatters had success against starter Ken Hutton and reliever Frank Stone. Ray Stokke, Mel Watchorn and playing-manager Garth Roberts collected two hits apiece for the winners. Gordie Wesley was the only White Sox to get more than one single. He had a pair, both off Jones.

Jones (W), Currie and xxx
Hutton (L), Stone and xxx

St. John took the role as tourney favorites in hammering Medicine hat.  Right-hander Earl Stoner scattered five hits for the pitching win. The game was called after seven innings due to the 10-run rule.  Zeke Ziebart lasted just three innings in his start for the Superiors and his successors, Ed Bleile, Ron Anton and Tom Deis had no better success against the heavy hitting American nine.

Stoner (W) and xxx
Ziebart (L), Bleile, Anton, Deis and xxx


(July 23)    18-year-old Rusty Devine was the talk of the town Monday as the slender left-hander rang up 20 strikeouts in pitching Unity Cardinals to a 12-2 victory over Prince Albert All-Stars. The hurler, from California's College of Sequoias, had a no-hitter until the sixth inning and yielded just two hits and two walks over the nine innings. Bothered by a sore arm, Devine hadn't done much pitching for Unity in the Northern Saskatchewan League.  Cardinals hammered three Prince Albert pitchers for 18 hits with big Len Breckner pounding a triple and three singles. He also reached on an intentional walk. Devine helped his own cause with three hits, the same number as teammates Hank Ostrosky and Johnny Repin. Devine lost his shutout bid in the sixth inning when Art Strueby knocked in Somers and later stole home. 

Devine (W) and Ostrosky
Hobson (L), R.Adams (4), B.Adams (4) and Primeau

(July 24)    Stan Skeen, an import lefty from Pepperdine College in California pitched and batted Delisle to a 7-3 victory over Biggar. Skeen tossed an eight-hitter while rapping three hits, one of them a two-bagger. Delisle smacked 12 hits off losing pitcher Clarence Proctor. Centre fielder Jimmy Chow had three of them with Murray Coben and Bev Bentley each with a pair. Chow and Bentley knocked in two runs apiece.

Proctor (L) and Epp
Skeen (W) and Wanner

(July 24)   Kindersley Klippers fell behind 8-0 after two innings but fought back to dump Neilburg 12-9. Five runs in the 7th and two more in the 8th put the game away for the Klippers who out-hit the Monarchs 14 to 7. Chuck Holdaway, a recruit from Rosetown, was key to the victory.  Inserted as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning, he promptly delivered a two-run double to tie the score at 9-9.  In the 8th, he knocked in another run while tossing no-hit ball over the last three innings in a relief role. He walked seven but managed to get out of trouble.  The game featured 17 bases on balls, ten by the three Kindersley hurlers.  Layne Jackson and Dave Torrens each had a double for Kindersley. Ivan Prediger, who drove in three of the Neilburg scores, had the only two-bagger for the Monarchs.

MacEwen, Graves (W) (2), Holdaway (7) and D.Jackson
McIntyre, Neal (L) (7) and P.Prediger

(July 25)   Veteran Johnny Ford smacked three hits, drove in the first North Battleford run and set up another with his third hit and played a strong defensive game at second base to lead the Beavers to a 6-2 decision over Eatonia and a berth in the tourney semi-finals. Harold Hunchak scattered nine hits to post the pitching win. Left-hander Dave Banks took the loss.

Banks (L), Surina (6), Stevenson (8) and Fetch
Hunchak (W) and D.Anderson

(July 26)   Unity Cardinals crushed Delisle 13-0 Thursday night to qualify for the final of the Exhibition event. Cardinals rapped out 11 hits, seven of them for extra bases including home runs by Hank Ostrosky and Curly Williams, a triple and double by Len Breckner and two-baggers from Irl Flanagan, Johnny Repin and Ross Morrison. Flanagan also had three singles. Delisle was held to a pair of singles by starter Tommy Taylor and another one-bagger by reliever Doyle Davis. The game was called after eight innings to make way for the RCMP Musical Ride. 

Taylor (W), Davis (8) and Fahl
Richard (L), Wilson (5) and Wanner

(July 27)  Kindersley Klippers exploded for four runs in the first inning and another four in the second and cruised to a 13-2 victory over North Battleford to advance to the tournament final.  Garnet Hannon and Glen Bellegarde each had three hits and scored three times. Hannon also knocked in two runs with his triple, double and single. Gene Graves held the Beavers to six hits in a route-going performance.

Griggs (L), Rowley (2), Nelson (6) and Delaney
Graves (W) and Flanagan

(July 28)   Unity had just five hits but four went for extra bases as the Cardinals came from behind to down Kindersley 7-3 to take the title and $575 first prize money at the Exhibition Tournament.  The game, interrupted by rain, was called in the sixth inning because of darkness.  Don Fahl's two-run homer was key to Unity's triumph. The Cards also got a two-run triple by Johnny Repin and doubles by Irl Flanagan and Curly Williams Rusty Devine, who kicked off the tournament Monday with a 20 strike out performance, relieved starter Ross Stone with none out in the first inning and pitched a three-hitter the rest of the way. He added another seven strikeouts.

Unity won all three $25 individual awards, catcher Hank Ostrosky for the first home run of the tourney, Rusty Devine for the most strikeouts in one game, 20, and Len Breckner for the most hits, seven.

MacEwen (L), Graves (2), Holdaway (5) and J.Flanagan
Stone, Devine (W) (1) and Ostrosky


(August 6)  The Minot Air Force Jets captured top prize money Monday at the annual Melita tournament. The Jets topped St. Lazare 7-3 in the final game after downing Riverside 8-3 in a semi-final tilt. Baldwin took the mound decision over Ken Wilson of St. Lazare. Bauer paced Minot's nine hit attack with the only home run of the day. St. Lazare reached the final downing Notre Dame Hounds 7-1 with Bob Thompson handling the mound duties for the winners.


(August 11-12)   Merritt Luckies downed Maillardville Jubilees 7-2 in the final of the Quesnel Tournament to take top money of $700. Merritt took the lead in the second inning plating three runs, two on Al Mayervich's single and another as Ken Jorgenson smacked a one-bagger. Merritt got to Maillardville ace Dennis Rutter for five singles in the frame.  In the fifth, Frank Bedrick brought in two more runs and Jack Fowles one. Bedrick's single in the seventh brought home the final Merritt marker. Maillardville got its first run in the second inning helped by two Merritt errors and Rutter knocked in the second in the fourth inning with his first hit of the tourney.

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Rutter (L) and xxx

In the consolation final, Oliver scored three in the final inning to top Smithers 5-3. In the seventh, Lofting and Hooker reached with singles to set the stage for E.Jacobs who had clouted two home runs on Saturday as Oliver blanked Maillardville. Smithers' hurler Alf Davey decided to pitch to the slugger rather than fill the bases with an intentional walk. On the first pitch, Jacobs sent the horsehide sky high into the Little Little park for a three-run homer and second prize money of $300.

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Davey (L) and xxx

On Sunday, Merritt and Smithers went to extra innings in the scheduled seven inning contest before Merritt broke a 7-7 draw with a run in the 10th.  An error and a sacrifice were key as Bob Radies galloped home with the winning run to advance Luckies to the final.

Maillardville advanced with a 2-0 win over Oliver O.B.C.'s.  In the bottom of the first inning an error allowed Maurice Poirier of Maillardville to reach to be batted in on Dale Tuckey's single. Dave Parker singled to bring in Paul Hamelin with an insurance run in the bottom of the third frame.

Saturday, In the opening game of the tournament, Smithers downed Quesnel (Billy Barker Hotel) 8-6. Outfield errors cost the host club three runs.

Merritt punched out nine hits Saturday in blanking Haney-Hammond 9-0. The winners were helped by four Haney errors.

Oliver's Gary Driessen tossed a two-hitter in Saturday's third game to shutout Maillardville 6-0. He went the distance allowing just a single walk while fanning five. Oliver got six hits off Norm LeClair in the second and third innings to score four times. E.Jacobs smacked a pair of homers for the winners.

LeClair (L) and xxx
Driessen (W) and xxx

In the final Saturday contest, Dennis Rutter, a teenage pro prospect signed by the New York Yankees, whiffed 18 in pitching Maillardville Jubilees to a 4-1 triumph over Quesnel.  Bob Elliot, a 20-year-old who has pitched in pro company on the coast, got 10 strikeouts for Quesnel but three errors in the top of the fourth inning resulted in Quesnel being knocked out of the tournament.

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Rutter (W) and xxx

Gary Driessen of Oliver was awarded the trophy for the best pitching performance. Alf Davey of Smithers won the batting trophy after going seven for 13, a .538 average. 


(September 1-3)  In a thrilling finish to the 10th Annual Kamloops Tournament, Vancouver Dufferins used one big inning to shade Maillardville Jubilees 6-5 to take top money of $500 in the eight-team event. The Jubilees took the lead with back-to-back homers by Dave Parker and Art Field in the bottom of the fourth. But, in the following frame the Duffs broke loose for six runs. Pitcher Graham Frizzell started the rally with a single and after Ed Lorenz reached on an error, Jerry Lorenz doubled in the first run for the Dufferins. Stew Stewardson drew an intentional walk to loaded the bases before Stu Thompson cleared the sacks with a triple. Before the inning was over two more runs had come across to give the Vancouver nine a 6-2 margin. Maillardville battled back with a pair in the seventh when Al Roemer singled, Hank Bryce walked and Arden Inkster was safe on an error. Pitcher Dennis Rutter brought in Roemer and Bryce. Jubilees came even closer in the eighth on Parker's second homer and fourth hit of the game. But winning hurler Bill Gillespie settled down and fanned four of the last six batters to end the game. 17-year-old Rutter, signed as a bonus baby by the New York Yankees a month ago, received an enthusiastic response from the large crowd as he fanned 16 in a losing effort. Gillespie allowed only one hit, the homer by Parker, in his two inning relief stint in save the day for starter Graham Frizzell. Each team had seven hits.

Frizzell (W), Gillespie (8) and xxx
Rutter (L) and xxx

In the first semi-final action, Vancouver Dufferins got shutout hurling by Bill Kohlwes as the Duffs advanced to the final with a 7-0 win over the Merritt Luckies who make it easy for the coast team making seven errors. After plating single runs in the second, third, fourth and seventh, Dufferins rang up three in the eighth on singles by Ed Lorenz and Barry Arnett and a pair of errors.

Kohlwes (W) and xxx
Mayervich (L) and xxx

A six-run outburst in the sixth inning carried the Maillardville Jubilees to a 7-4 win over Vancouver Kingsway in the second semi-final. Jubilees managed just eight hits off four Kingsway hurlers, but capitalized on eight free passes.

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McRae (L), Peters (5), W.Smith (8), D.Russell (9) and xxx

In the Consolation Final, Merritt jumped into an early lead and romped to a 12-6 win over Kingsway. 15-year-old Steve Cohen was the winning pitcher. 

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Lea, Peters (L) and xxx

In a game which produced just eight hits, four by each team, errors by Vernon allowed the Vancouver Dufferins to escape with a 2-0 victory Saturday in the opening game of the tournament. A pair of errors in the fifth allowed Stu Thompson, who had singled, to scored the first run and Duffs got the second in the sixth when Jerry Lorenz singled, moved up on a sacrifice, stole third and romped home on an error as pitcher Gary Barnes tried to pick him off at third. Bill Gillespie fanned nine in gaining the win besting Barnes who whiffed 15.

Gillespie (W) and S.Thompson
Barnes (L) and xxx

Maillardville upended the defending tournament champions from Oliver 8-3 Sunday in a game shortened to six innings due to a Sunday curfew. After the OBCs had scored the game's initial marker in the second inning, Maillardville responded with three in the third and three more in the fourth on Maurice Pourier's three-run homer to coast to the win.  Dave Parker added a homer in the sixth, but the run was taken off the board as the game was called and the game reverted back to the last complete inning.  Dennis Rutter fashioned a five-hitter with ten strikeouts for the pitching win.  Carl Humphries belted a homer for Oliver.

Rutter (W) and xxx
Jacobs (L), Schnider (3), Humphries (4) and xxx

Vancouver Kingsway scored three runs in the first stanza and waltzed to a 6-1 triumph over the host Kamloops Okonots Sunday afternoon.  Wayne Smith held Kamloops scoreless until the seventh and allowed just five hits in going the distance.  The winners collected 12 hits off a pair of Okonots hurlers. Tom Ingram took the loss.

W.Smith (W) and xxx
Ingram (L), R.Scott (2) and xxx

Merritt Luckies got an unearned run in the first inning and held on for a 1-0 win over Fort St. John. Bill Jorgenson walked and managed to move around the bags on a single by Larry Walker, a stolen base and an outfield error. Larry Webster fired a three-hitter for the win fanning nine. Eldon Ray took the loss, also tossing a three-hitter.

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E.Ray (L) and xxx


(September 2-3)  As they did in the Fernie event a year ago, the Kimberley Hobos nipped the rival Dynamos in an extra-inning thriller at the Fernie Labour Day Tournament. This time it was in the final and the 4-3 victory gave the Hobos top prize of $300.

The Hobos had to climb out of an early 3-0 hole to capture the championship. Dynamos scored three in the first inning, a pair on a Buzz Mellor double, sending Hobo pitchers Ron Brown and Mel Johnson to the showers. They narrowed the lead with a run in the first and plated a pair in the third to tie at 3-3. Reliever Elgin Smith kept the Dynamos without a hit and a score until the eighth when Al Fabro opened with a single, was sacrificed to second and scored on a single by pinch hitter Colin Patterson. Hobos again got even in the ninth. Mel Johnson singled, took second on a wild pitch and raced home on a single by Moose Ronquist. In the top of the tenth, Dynamos got two runners aboard but failed to score. Hobos got the winner on a walk, error and a pair of fielder's choices. Smith was the winning pitcher with Wally Tymchyna taking the loss.

Hobos also fell behind in the semi-final before rallying for a 7-6 win. Trail Smoke Eaters had a 6-1 lead before the Kimberley comeback. Elgin Smith, who drove in the winning run, led the rally with five hits. Jim Nelson was the winning pitcher, Ed Mesenchuk took the loss.  Kimberley Dynamos shaded the Coleman Cubs 5-4 to win a berth in the championship game. Colin Patterson picked up the pitching win in relief of Bobby Cox.

The tournament kicked off Sunday morning with Coleman blanking Eureka 9-0 and the Dynamos downing Fernie 5-2 as pitcher Ike Bodin cracked a three-run homer in extra innings. Hobos shutout the Calgary Rockets 9-0 behind the pitching and hitting of Arvin Thomas who highlighted his day with a bases-loaded homer in the fifth inning. Trail Smoke Eaters got by the Vauxhall Jets 4-2.


(September 3) Paced by the booming bat of Tommy Town, Brandon Cloverleafs gained a split of top money at the eight-team Invitational Tournament Monday at Kenora.

Leafs whipped St. Boniface Native Sons 10-1 in the opening game, blasted Miami 10-2 then battled to a 6-6 draw with Winnipeg Isaac Brock Barons in the final. Town was the tourney's top hitter as he banged out five home runs and drove in 17 markers in the three games. Dennis Mendyk added three home runs and Bob Wilson added a pair. Town, the Leafs first sacker belted two and Mendyk and Wilson each had one in the opening game victory.
Ed Evans went the route for the winners while Leon McClinton took the loss. Town cracked another two four-baggers in the second game over Miami. Lorne Lilley picked up the pitching win in a route-going effort. Monarch hockeyist Terry Moore went the distance to gain the draw for the Barons in the tourney final while Jack Denbow and Lilley shared mound duties for Brandon.