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Wildcats-Bearcats postponed by rain


KENTVILLE - The Nova Scotia Senior Baseball League game between the Truro Bearcats and the Kentville Wildcats scheduled for Aug. 19 has been postponed by rain.

The game, which was scheduled as the make-up for a game postponed by rain from earlier in the season, was called off around 6:45, with both teams already at the park, after a band of heavy thundershowers passed over the Kentville area.

There was no suggestiion of when the game might be replayed, or if it would be replayed at all, the regular season having been completed except for a handful of make-up games.

Kentville, with a season record of five wins and 20 losses entering play Aug. 19, with three make-up games left to play, has already missed the playoffs.

The Wildcats are still scheduled to host Halifax in a make-up game Aug. 21 at 7:30, and host Dartmouth in a make-up game Aug. 21 at 7:30, both at Memorial Park.

Entering play Aug. 19, Sydney had completed its schedule with a 20-8 record, and had clinched first place in the regular season for the first time in 22 years.

Dartmouth was second at 16-9, with three make-up games left to play. Halifax was third at 12-12, with four make-up games left to play. Truro was fourth at 11-15, with two make-up games left to play. 

The game, which was scheduled as the make-up for a game postponed by rain from earlier in the season, was called off around 6:45, with both teams already at the park, after a band of heavy thundershowers passed over the Kentville area.

There was no suggestiion of when the game might be replayed, or if it would be replayed at all, the regular season having been completed except for a handful of make-up games.

Kentville, with a season record of five wins and 20 losses entering play Aug. 19, with three make-up games left to play, has already missed the playoffs.

The Wildcats are still scheduled to host Halifax in a make-up game Aug. 21 at 7:30, and host Dartmouth in a make-up game Aug. 21 at 7:30, both at Memorial Park.

Entering play Aug. 19, Sydney had completed its schedule with a 20-8 record, and had clinched first place in the regular season for the first time in 22 years.

Dartmouth was second at 16-9, with three make-up games left to play. Halifax was third at 12-12, with four make-up games left to play. Truro was fourth at 11-15, with two make-up games left to play. 

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