Southwest Nova Scotia: A summer camp destination for cycling group
DIGBY, NS – A group of American cyclists taking part in a summer camp program are on a two-week cycling adventure in Southwest Nova Scotia.
Trevor Fehr on the mound for the Yarmouth Midget Gateways during June 25 Bluenose Baseball League action at Gateway Park.
YARMOUTH -- On a weekend of baseball that was disrupted by wet weather, the Yarmouth Gateways 18U baseball team dropped one game and tied another against the Prospect Mariners, the first-place club in their Bluenose Baseball League division.
Playing at home Sunday, June 25, the host Gateways dropped the opener to the Mariners 14-5, then played the visitors to a 7-7 draw in the day’s second game.
The Gateways – who came out of the weekend with a record of two wins, two losses and a tie – were to have played host to the Hammonds Plains A’s Saturday, June 24, but those two games were rained out.
In the first of two against the Mariners on June 25 – a 14-5 loss – Yarmouth’s Dylan Smith singled and walked and scored two runs.
In the day’s second game with Prospect – a 7-7 tie – the Gateways’ Skyler Baxter doubled and singled and scored two runs and teammate Dylan d’Entremont singled twice and scored a run.
The standings after June 24-25 play had undefeated Prospect leading the league with a record of 5-0-1, followed by the Eastern Passage Pirates (5-1-0) and the New Waterford Dodgers (2-0-0).
The Gateways were next (2-2-1), putting them in the middle of the standings in the seven-team league.
Rounding out the standings as of June 25: Hammonds Plains (1-1-0), Cole Harbour Cardinals (0-5-0) and Richmond Royals (0-6-0).