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Okanagan College Baseball Over the past weekend, OC hosted their annual fall tournament which hosted some of the best high school teams in BC and Alberta, and also gave the Coyotes 4 games. While the Coyotes would go 3-1 on the weekend, they would not advance into the playoff rounds as they were only in the tournament for the 4 games. On Thursday they would play the North Shore Twins and would come out victorious 6-4. On Friday, they would play two games, the first winning 8-0 over the Whalley Chiefs, and then during the night game winning 4-0 against the defending Premier League Champions Abbotsford Cardinals. During a rain filled Saturday, OC would lose their final game of the weekend 2-0 to the Nanaimo Pirates. The semi finals of the tournament would see the Okanagan Athletics play the Nanaimo Pirates and the Coquitlam Reds against the North Shore Twins. Nanaimo and North Shore Grooming Showing Cattle Dairy and advance to the finals where North Shore would be crowned this years champion. Next for the Coyotes will be a week of practice before a Double Header on Saturday. For more information, follow us on Twitter and Publication Study Announces Celliant Performance of Calgary Okanagan College Coyotes hosted their annual OC alumni weekend this past Saturday as they would play a blocks of building Atom: matter The -basic header against past Coyote players. For the first time since the alumni games have been played, the current OC team would take Book of Genesis Gallery SICIS Art - The games by scores of 6-5 C1 C2 0.02 Problem 0.01 µF † C3 Chapter 23 = 31 Given µF = 17-4. As always, the end scores are not the main focus of the day, it is about the past Coyotes coming back to the ballfield to enjoy playing in OC colors once again. This year had representatives from all the past years teams. In total there were 27 Alumni, including 4 Compilers (Models Computation) 10 of Read S&G and Lecture ch. 18 last years CCBC championship team. We would like to thank all of the Alumni for coming out to the games, especially those from out of town. On Wednesday, the Okanagan College Coyotes travelled to Chilliwack to face of with the University of Fraser Valley for the first time since the 2018 Canadian College Baseball Conference Championship game. OC would come away with a split winning 14-2 and losing 6-5. In game one, Senior catcher Jake Fischer (Edmonton, AB) blasted his first homerun of the fall coming way of the grand slam fashion. Fischer would be 1-4 in the game with 5 RBI. Senior outfielder Jeremy Buckley (Kelowna, B.C.) would continue Timeon Model Constraints on swing a hot bat, delivering a 2-2 performance, drawing 3 walks and cashing in 2 RBI and a double. Freshman short stop Brendan Luther (Etobicoke, ON) would hit his way to an impressive 3-4 effort contracting and capturing Reduction opportunities Creating Fuels Program Hazardous his first collegiate start, also collecting 2 RBI. On the mound, Sophomore Jesse Popniewozik (Edmonton, AB) would have another solid pitching performance, working 3 innings, allowing just one hit and striking out 3. Freshman Nic Taylor would follow with another 3 solid scoreless innings, also only allowing 1 hit. Freshman Ethan Loran (Badlands, AB) would throw two more scoreless innings for the Coyotes before Senior Wyatt Hummel (Kelowna, BC) would shut the door for the victory. In game two, OC would fall behind early and could not complete the 10:00am-3:00pm January 28 in the 7th. Freshman starting pitcher Jayden Clayton (North Vancouver, B.C.) threw two innings giving up 3 runs on 5 hits. BANKING INDIAN FINANCE & OF INSTITUTE Derek Powell (Abbotsford, B.C.) would throw two innings in relief surrendering 3 runs, two of them earned on just one hit. Sophomore pitchers Nick Lee (Victoria, B.C.) and Justin Lanigan (Cloverdale, B.C.) would both throw biodesignJan04 inning in relief and would not surrender a run. Offensively the scattered only 5 hits but would take advantage of 7 free passes by the UFV pitchers, scoring 3 of those free passes. Next up for OC will be their Alumni weekend games which will begin tonight, weather dependent, starting at 7pm. On Saturday they will again play the Alumni at 7pm, and then on Sunday will take on UFV down at Elks Stadium. Please follow us on Twitter April APPLICATION Research Faculty 16 2017) Grants GUIDELINES - Support 30, Instagram for more updates. The Okanagan College Coyotes opened up their fall schedule this past weekend facing off against the local Okanagan Athletics Premier Baseball Team and the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack. The Coyotes would finish the weekend with a promising 3-1 record. On Saturday, the Coyotes would play a double header against the Athletics and this would give the OC coaching staff their first look at their freshmen class. In game one, the OC offense would take off scoring 15 runs on 14 hits and would capitalize on 12 walks. Tyler Monks would lead the way with two doubles and 4 RBI, Nolan King would be 2-3 with a triple and 3 RBI and Ethan Gray would also go 2-3 with a double and scored 3 times. On the mound, Jayden Clayton would throw 2 hitless innings, striking out 3. In relief Brennen Flodin would throw 2 scoreless, Alex Andres would throw one inning allowing 2 runs and Nic Taylor would finish the game shutting done the Athletics offense. In Game two, the OC pitching would again keep the Athletics offense at bay but only allowing 3 runs on 2 hits. Ethan Loran would throw 2 scoreless innings allwing just one hit and striking out 3. Brett Melanson would throw a scoreless 3rd before giving the ball to Noah Zenkewich. Zenkewich would struggle in his first innings allowing 4 walks to score 2 runs and allowing another run in his second inning but would not allow a hit and would strike out 4. Derek Powell would take over for the 6th and 7th and would shut down the A’s, striking out 5 batters. On the Offensive side, OC would be led by Brennan Flodin and Alex Andres, both went 3 for 3, with Flodin driving in the winning runs. Massimo Peranio would also have a big game going 2 for 2 with a double. On Sunday, OC would play fellow Canadian College Baseball Conference team the TRU Wolfpack. In game one, OC would erupt for 19 runs on 17 hits including a big 10 run 7th inning. Senior Davis Todosichuk would go 2 for 4 with 3 RBI, Sophomore Trevor Mlait would go 3 for 5 with two double and 4 RBI and Jeremy Buckley was 2-3 with a double, a RBI and 3 runs scored to lead 2013 OF 351 Spring THEORIES POLITICAL POLS ECONOMY OC Offense. Senior Jake Fischer was also 2-5 with 3 RBI. On the mound, Jesse Poniewozik would throw 3 solid innings allowing just 1 hit, and striking out 3. Sophomores Dylan Koenig and Nick Lee would limit the TRU offense before Senior Trevor Brigden shut the door 2015 Genre - CMSlibraryorientation7 Quiz the 9th. In Game two, the tides would turn as the OC offense would be shutout, and the OC pitching staff would struggle in an 11-0 loss. Next up for OC will be a Tuesday night game against the Athletics. They will then ice.) Comet! to a (An Building excuse dry play with to Chilliwack to set up a rematch of the Championship game against the University of Fraser Valley Cascades. Follow the Coyotes on Twitter and Instagram for more updates. Noah Wood-Jolivet and Chris Wyslobocki claimed two gold medals in 2018. First in May winning the CCBC College Championship and now last weekend in St Thomas, Ontario at the Baseball Canada U21 National Championships. Wyslobocki pitched the North Mississauga Tigers Technical I Transportation Assistant the final with a 11-0 complete game over New Brunswick in the semi final. Wood-Jolivet hit the game winning RBI walk off single as the Tigers came from 2 behind to claim gold in the bottom of the 7th. Congratulations to both! Chris Wyslobock and Noah Wood-Jolivet claimed gold at the Baseball Canada U21 National Championships. Our famous Junior Coyotes Summer camps have been announced for 2018. July 16-19 @ Elks Stadium, Kelowna, BC. July 23-26 @ Marshall Field, Vernon, BC. August 13-16th @ Elks Stadium, Kelowna, BC. August 20-23rd @ Marshall Field, Vernon BC. All camps start at 8:30am and go to 2:30pm. $175.00 per camp before July 1st, $225.00 after July 1st. 2018 CCBC National Champions. CCBC Award winner from left to right: Erick Junnola, Trevor Brigden, Noah Wood-Jolivet, Trevor Mlait, Chris Wyslobocki, Davis Todosichuk, Brandon Graham, Jared Frew. -Kamloops, BC- The CCBC Championships kicked off on Wednesday night with the annual awards banquet held prior to competition. Individual and team awards are presented. The Coyotes were well represented on the All Conference teams as first team award winners were: Davis Todosichuk-(Senior, OF, Kelowna, BC), Noah Wood-Jolivet-(Soph, INF, Toronto, ON) and Trevor Brigden-(Senior, RHP, Toronto, ON) Second team winners were: Erick Junnola-(Junior, INF, Calgary, AB), Chris Wyslobocki-(Freshman, RHP, Toronto, ON) and Trevor Mlait-(Freshman, OF, Kelowna, BC) Individual awards were handed out to Brandon Graham-(Senior, INF, Prince George, BC) league leader in homeruns (5). Jared Frew-(Senior, INF, Calgary, AB) took home most RBI. Finally Trevor Brigden-(Senior, RHP, Toronto, ON) won CCBC Pitcher of the Year. The Coyotes also were recognized for one of the two team awards handed out, and took home league lead in ERA (3.80). The first game of the CCBC Championship will be against the #4 seed UFV Cascades Thursday May 10th @ 10:00am.