Mosquito baseball Tier 2 Eagles wind up fourth in B.C.

Solid round robin, but tough playoff round for host team in Colwood

The Victoria Eagles were unbeatable over the first two days of the Baseball B.C. provincial Mosquito AAA Tier 2 championships at the Juan de Fuca fields in Colwood last weekend.

The locals had a tough time of it in the final two days, however, losing playoff games to eventual champion Duncan Rivercats in the morning semifinals and Campbell River Tyees in the bronze medal game Sunday afternoon to finish fourth overall.

The Eagles won their pool with a 4-0 record, beating Port Coquitlam 14-7, North Langley 9-8, Rutland 9-4 and Tsawwassen 13-10.

They came up against a tough Rivercats team in the semifinals, however, losing 6-1, then lost to Campbell River in the third-place game Sunday.

Duncan won gold by beating Tsawwassen.

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