2012 May Archive - GGMSA

Archive for May, 2012

Peak Performance Gators Action May 12-15

Posted on: May 16th, 2012 by midget1

The Guelph Peak Performance Midget Gators had a rough weekend in Brantford finishing up 1-3 in pool play in their annual tournament and not advancing to the playoff round on Sunday afternoon.
Peak opened up losing a couple of early leads and dropping a 5-4 decision to the provincial team from Quebec. Aaliyah Davidson took the loss in relief of Alissa Petrosoniak as Quebec pushed across a run on a hit , a walk and an error in the last inning. The Gators had jumped to an early 2-0 lead on an Emily Cava walk, a Sam McMahon single and a long triple to left by Amy Campagnolo. After the visitors tied it, Cava singled in Alex Dunbar with the go ahead run and Petronsoniak would score on a wild pitch.
Next up the Peak girls had another rough 6th inning allowing Enniskillen 4 runs to drop a 7-3 count. Jessica Turnbull took the loss in relief of Campagnolo who left with the game tied at 3. Turnbull had a triple and Davidson a double to pace the offense while single hits went to McMahon, Petrosoniak, Rachelle Washkevich and Melissa Cook.
The host Brantford next played a flawless game with strong pitching and defense downing the Gators 5-0 in the finale on Saturday. Davidson did pitch 3 scoreless innings in relief of Turnbull as a good point for the game while the Peak offense only managed hits by Tori Patteson and Turnbull.
In the final pool game, the local girls bombed Mississauga North 17-4 to support the complete game efforts of Petrosoniak. Davidson had a key game with 3 hits and 4 RBI’s while Cook drove in 3 teammates with 3 hits of her own. Dunbar and Turnbull also had 2 hit games of their own in the team’s 15 hit attack.

Peak Performance Midget Girls rallied from an early deficit to down St Catharines Angels 7-5 at Exhibition Park on Tuesday evening. Jess Turnbull earned the win fanning 5 and allowing only 1 base runner in 3 stellar relief innings to close out the game.
The Gator girls scored 6 times in the 5th inning to overcome a 5-0 deficit. After Storm pitchers allowed 4 walks in the frame, Alanna Hentges hit a sacrifice fly to plate Dunbar to make it 5-4. Washkevich and Patteson followed with RBI singles to put the locals ahead.
In the 6th the Peak Girls added another run on a single by Davidson and a triple by Cook to make the final count 7-5.
Next home game for the Gators will be Tuesday May 22nd when they host Halton Hills at Exhibition Park at 8:30 PM.

Enniskillen Invitational – May 6th

Posted on: May 14th, 2012 by midget1

ENNISKILLEN- The Guelph Peak Performance Midget Gator girls got off to a great start on Sunday winning all 3 games at a 1 day round robin invitational tourney down in Enniskillen Township in Southwestern Ontario.

The Peak girls downed Brantford 4-0 in their first game of the season paced by Amy Campagnolo’s 3 hit shutout. Campagnolo fanned 3 along the way and was helped by a game ending double play on a line drive speared by Kaley Coish at short who threw to Tori Patteson at 2nd to double off the lead runner. At the plate the Gators jumped to a 2-0 first inning lead on a double by Emily Cava, a misplayed ground ball off the bat of Aaliyah Davidson and a long triple by Coish.
In the 3rd Sam McMahon drilled a two run homer plating Alissa Petrosoniak who had singled before her. Cava had a 2 hit game while Petrosoniak, Coish, McMahon, Melissa Cook and Alanna Hentges all had one each.

Next up the Peak Girls drilled host Enniskillen with a 15-0 drubbing. Petrosoniak and Jessica Turnbull split the mound performance and shut out for the 5 inning mercy shortened affair. At the plate Coish, Cook, Turnbull and Rachelle Washkevich all shared 2 hit games while Campagnolo’s long two run homer capped the scoring in the 3rd. Cava, McMahon, Patteson, Hentges, Petrosoniak, Davidson and Alex Dunbar all had one hit performances.

In the last game of the evening the Peak Performance Gators won a tight 2-1 decision over another undefeated team in Mississauga North. Turnbull started and fanned 4 batters over her 2 innings while Davidson finished up the win allowing only 1 unearned run over her 4 innings.

At the plate the locals broke the scoreless tie in the 4th when McMahon drilled another homer to centre field. Cava followed up with a shot to left centre for a triple and would score on an accompanying throwing error. Patteson, Turnbull, Washkevich and Coish again all contributed singles to the 6 hit attack.

Next up the Peak Performance girls are away on Tuesday night and then in a tourney in Brantford May 12-13. The home opener for the Gator Girls will be Tuesday May 15th at 8:30 PM at Exhibition Park.