The Williamsburg Senior Pioneers welcomed the South Ottawa Red Sox to the J. C. Whitteker Ball Park on Mon., June 3, in the Ottawa District 2 Little League. The Pioneers’ runner, Emytt Fetterly slides into second safely, after hitting a double into centre field. Fetterly drove home two runs but was eventually stranded on base. The Pioneers won a commanding victory 18-6 over the Red Sox. Moore photo

WILLIAMSBURG—The Williamsburg Senior Pioneers played a pair of games this past week as they welcomed the South Ottawa Red Sox on Monday night and welcomed the East Nepean Reds on Friday night.

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The Williamsburg Senior Pioneers welcomed the East Nepean Reds to the J. C. Whitteker Ball Park on Fri., June 7, in the Ottawa District 2 Little League. The Pioneers were coming off a big win 18-6 over the South Ottawa Red Sox and were were looking for their fourth consecutive win. 

The Reds loaded the bases in the top of the first inning but were unable to score. The Pioneers scored two runs in the bottom of the first, taking a 2-0 lead into the second inning. 

The Reds juiced the bases again in the top of the second but again were unable to cash. The Pioneers’ offence was tuned in scoring three more runs in the bottom of the second taking a 5-0 lead into the third inning.

The Reds got runners in scoring position again in the top of the third but again, the Pioneers were able to get out of the inning unscathed. The Pioneers only got three batters to the dish in the bottom of the third and were unable to score. 

The Reds finally got on the board scoring twice in the top of the fourth. The Pioneers got one back in the bottom half of the inning taking a 6-2 lead into the fifth inning. 

The Reds only got four batters to plate in the top of the fifth and left a runner on third base. The Pioneers went three up and three down in the bottom of the fifth but carried the 6-2 lead into the sixth inning. 

The Reds scored a single in the top of the sixth and the Pioneers matched the reds with a single in the bottom of the sixth taking the game 7-3. 

Scoring the runs for the Pioneers were Mclean Machan with two runs and Nolan Henry, Spencer Barclay, Kayne McCadden, Brendan Shaver and Raiden Foote all scored singles. 

Pitching for the Pioneers were Colin VanHoof with 71 pitches, Nolan Henry with 37 and Emytt Fetterly with 22.

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The Williamsburg Senior Pioneers welcomed the South Ottawa Red Sox to the J. C. Whitteker Ball Park on Mon., June 3, in the Ottawa District 2 Little League. After dropping three of their first four games the Pioneers won their last two games and looked to make it three in a row. 

The Red Sox got runners in scoring position but were unable to cash them as the Pioneers’ Ben Lapier struck two out in the top of the first inning. The Pioneer’s offence started off quick, scoring five runs in the bottom of the first inning taking a 5-0 lead into the second inning. 

Once again the Red Sox threatened but the Pioneers were able to hold the runners on the bags in the top of the second. The Pioneers scored another four runs in the bottom of the second taking a 9-0 lead into the third inning. 

The Red Sox answered with five runs in the top of the third but the Pioneers kept pace with four runs of their own in the bottom of the third taking a 13-5 lead into the fourth inning. 

The next three Red Sox batters grounded out in the top of the fourth and the Pioneers took advantage scoring five runs in the bottom of the fourth making it an 18-5 game. 

The Red Sox scored a single in the top of the fifth inning but it wasn’t enough as the Pioneers took the game 18-6. Scoring for the Pioneers were Nolan Henry, Spencer Barclay, Owen Fetterly, Ben Lapier and Lucas Menard with two each, and Colin VanHoof, Kayne McCadden, Emytt Fetterly, Olivia Mudde, Ethan Cummins, Kolby Latulippe, Raiden Foote and Brendan Shaver all scored singles. 

Pitching for the Pioneers were Lapier with 75 pitches and 39 strikes and Owen Fetterly with 16 pitches and nine strikes.

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