SSNS 2022 Slo-Pitch Championship


Tier 1 GirlsYarmouth Consolidated Memorial HighHalifax West High SchoolNorthumberland Regional High School
Tier 1 BoysAmherst Regional High SchoolGlace Bay High SchoolMemorial High School
Tier II Girls Dalbrae AcademyTatamagouche Regional Academy Barrington Municipal High School
Tier II BoysBarrington Municipal High SchoolSouth Colchester AcademyHants North Rural High School
Yarmouth Consolidate Memorial High
Amherst Regional High School
Barrington Municipal High School


Boys Tier IGirls Tier 1
Halifax West High SchoolBay View High School
Park View Education CentreNortheast Kings Education Centre
Glace Bay High SchoolSydney Academy/Northumberland Regional High School
Riverview High SchoolJ L Ilsley High School
Memorial High SchoolSouth Colchester Academy
Amherst Regional High SchoolMemorial High School
Bay View High SchoolHalifax West High School
Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial/J L Ilsley High SchoolYarmouth Consolidated Memorial High
Boys Tier IIGirls Tier II
South ColchesterTatamagouche Regional Academy
Barrington Municipal High SchoolShelburne Regional High School
Richmond Education Centre and AcademyAllison Bernard Memorial High School
Liverpool Regional High SchoolHants North Rurla High School
Dalbrae AcademyDalbrae Academy
Hants North Rural High SchoolMarine Drive Academy
École secondaiire de Par-en-BasBarrington Municipal High School
Springhill Jr/SR High SchoolNew Germany Rural High School

Cape Breton high school slo-pitch teams claim medals at provincial championships

Jeremy Fraser

SYDNEY, N.S. — Three Cape Breton high school slo-pitch teams were successful in capturing medals at the School Sport Nova Scotia provincial championships over the weekend.

The Dalbrae Dragons of Mabou captured the Division 2 girls’ provincial title with a 14-9 victory over Tatamagouche in the tournament final at Findley Park in Kennetcook on Saturday. Statistics were not available.

Dalbrae went undefeated in the tournament, posting wins over Marine Drive 15-4, Barrington 21-11 and New Germany 20-2.

Meanwhile, Allison Bernard Memorial High School of Eskasoni was edged 13-11 by Barrington in the bronze-medal game. The statistics of the game were not provided by tournament organizers.

Allison Bernard Memorial posted a 2-1 record in the round robin with wins over Shelburne 20-4 on Friday and Hants North 14-2 on Saturday. The team’s only round-robin loss came on Friday when they were edged 6-5 by Tatamagouche.


The host Glace Bay Panthers were dropped 23-13 by the Amherst Vikings in the Division 1 boys’ provincial final at Hub Field in Glace Bay on Saturday.

The Panthers earned their spot in the championship game with a 15-10 win over the Memorial Marauders in the semifinal earlier in the day.

Glace Bay posted a 2-1 record in the round robin with victories over Halifax West 21-11 and Riverview 18-14. The club opened the tournament with an 11-5 loss to Park View Education Centre.

Meanwhile, Memorial finished the round robin with a 3-0 record, posting wins over Bay View 18-16, Yarmouth 31-16, and Amherst 9-6, before losing in the semifinal.

The Marauders, the Highland Region champions, were able salvage the weekend, taking home the bronze medal with a 13-12 win over Park View in eight innings.

As for the Riverview Ravens, they had a 1-2 record. Riverview beat Halifax West 25-21, but posted a 10-3 loss to Park View, both on Friday, before losing to Glace Bay.

Amherst has now won back-to-back boys provincial slo-pitch titles. The school also won in 2019, the last year the tournament was held prior to this season. Glace Bay won bronze in 2019.


The Memorial Marauders were in Dartmouth for the Division 1 girls’ provincial championship but were not successful in taking home a medal at the event.

The Sydney Mines-based Marauders posted a pair of losses on Friday, losing 14-4 to Yarmouth and 16-4 to Halifax West. The team was scheduled to play South Colchester to wrap up the round robin on Saturday, but the result was not made available by organizers.

Yarmouth defeated Halifax West to win the provincial title 11-6. Meanwhile, Northumberland downed Northeast Kings 7-5 to claim the bronze medal.

Sydney Academy didn’t qualify for the tournament, losing to Northumberland late last month.


It was a tough weekend for the Cape Breton representatives at the Division 2 boys’ provincial tournament in Liverpool.

Richmond Academy of Louisdale and Dalbrae Academy both went winless, posting 0-3 records.

Richmond lost 16-7 to Barrington and 12-8 to South Colchester on Friday, before wrapping up the event with a 16-6 loss to the host Liverpool on Saturday.

As for Dalbrae, the club was downed 13-3 by École Secondaire De Par-En-Bas of Tusket and later lost 12-4 to Springhill High School on Friday. The school went on to lose 6-3 to Hants North on Saturday.

The provincial and bronze medal winners were not confirmed at publication time.


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The Yarmouth Vikings defeated Halifax West Warriors 11-6 to capture the Division provincial girls’ banner on Saturday in Dartmouth.

The Northumberland Nighthawks edged the Northeast Kings Education Centre Titans 7-5 for the bronze medal.

In the boys’ championship, Amherst defeated host Glace Bay 23-13 for the Division 1 title while Memorial edged Park View 13-12 for bronze.

With Carole Morris-Underhill

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