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Senior Wildcats end season on a positive note

David McIntyre became the latest senior Wildcats' pitcher to hurl a complete game, going the distance and allowing four runs on seven hits to earn his first win of the season in a 14-4 rout of Truro Aug. 25 in the Wildcats' season finale. Kentville, which failed to qualify for the NSSBL playoffs for a second straight year, ended the schedule on a positive note with a four-game winning streak. 
David McIntyre became the latest senior Wildcats' pitcher to hurl a complete game, going the distance and allowing four runs on seven hits to earn his first win of the season in a 14-4 rout of Truro Aug. 25 in the Wildcats' season finale. Kentville, which failed to qualify for the NSSBL playoffs for a second straight year, ended the schedule on a positive note with a four-game winning streak. 

KENTVILLE - The senior Wildcats may have ended the NSSBL regular season out of the playoffs with an 8-20 record, but they finished strong.

The Wildcats topped Truro 14-4 in their regular season finale Aug. 25 at Memorial Park, and closed out the schedule with four straight wins.

After spotting the Bearcats a run in the top of the first inning, Kentville responded with three runs in the bottom of the inning.

Truro tied the score with a pair of runs in the top of the second, but the Wildcats got one of those runs back in the bottom of the inning to take the lead for good.

Kentville then put the game away with eight runs in the bottom of the fourth. The teams each scored one in the fifth, and the 'Cats closed out the scoring with a run in the bottom of the sixth.

The game was called after Truro batted in the top of the seventh under the NSSBL 10-run rule.

David McIntyre became the latest Kentville pitcher to go the distance on the mound, allowing four runs on just seven hits.

The Wildcats ended up with 14 runs on 13 hits off Truro pitchers Dustin Harvie and John McCallum.

John Ansara finished with three singles and two RBI for Kentville. Codey Shrider singled, doubled and drove in two, Matt Johnson had two singles and one RBI and Colby Turple chipped in a double and one RBI.

Mike Tobin had two singles and two RBI for Truro, and Jeff Chisholm added a double.

 

 

The Wildcats topped Truro 14-4 in their regular season finale Aug. 25 at Memorial Park, and closed out the schedule with four straight wins.

After spotting the Bearcats a run in the top of the first inning, Kentville responded with three runs in the bottom of the inning.

Truro tied the score with a pair of runs in the top of the second, but the Wildcats got one of those runs back in the bottom of the inning to take the lead for good.

Kentville then put the game away with eight runs in the bottom of the fourth. The teams each scored one in the fifth, and the 'Cats closed out the scoring with a run in the bottom of the sixth.

The game was called after Truro batted in the top of the seventh under the NSSBL 10-run rule.

David McIntyre became the latest Kentville pitcher to go the distance on the mound, allowing four runs on just seven hits.

The Wildcats ended up with 14 runs on 13 hits off Truro pitchers Dustin Harvie and John McCallum.

John Ansara finished with three singles and two RBI for Kentville. Codey Shrider singled, doubled and drove in two, Matt Johnson had two singles and one RBI and Colby Turple chipped in a double and one RBI.

Mike Tobin had two singles and two RBI for Truro, and Jeff Chisholm added a double.

 

 

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