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2018 Tournament 12 All-Stars

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SEMI-FINAL 1: Atlantic Maroon at Ontario Green

Ontario Green punched their ticket to the 2018 Tournament 12 Final as they topped Atlantic Maroon by a score of 5-1.

Maroon's Micah McDowell started the game off with an infield single as he narrowly beat out the throw from shortstop. After a walk and a stolen base, the center fielder crossed home on a passed ball to give Atlantic the early lead.

The Ontario side replied in the bottom of the first.

Bryce Arnold's leadoff walk was followed up by a single to left field from Drew Howard. After a strikeout and a hit batter, Tye Imeson drew a bases-loaded walk to knot things up. Kieran Gagnon then kept the ball on the ground and drove in Green's second run with a force out.

Atlantic threatened again in the second inning, loading the bases with none out. However, Ontario managed to get out of it unscathed with a tidy 1-2-3 double play and a strikeout.

Both starters then settled in. Maroon's Evan O'Toole finished with two hits, two walks and four strikeouts over his 3.0 innings. His counterpart, Lukas Barry, tossed four frames and allowed five hits with a pair of walks and a trio of strikeouts.

Ontario managed to put the game out of reach in the fifth inning.

Arnold led off with a walk, reaching base for the third time. Howard then moved him up with a single and TJ Schofield-Sam drove Arnold in with a single of his own. A few batters later with two out, Noel McGarry Doyle made it a 5-1 contest with a bases-loaded single up the middle.

Atlantic tried to get back on the board but stranded another runner in the final frame, finishing the game with nine men left on base.

SEMI-FINAL 2: Alberta Red at Quebec Blue

Brayden Cust pitched a no-hitter to take Alberta Red to the 2018 Tournament 12 Final via a 2-1 win against Quebec Blue.

The 18 year old from Cold Lake, AB registered the third individual no-no in the six-year history of the tourney. Atlantic's Andrew Case - who finished this past season at Triple-A Buffalo - accomplished the feat in 2013 and Quebec's Mathieu Deneault-Gauthier did so in the 2015 semi-final.

Cust mixed an 85-87 mph fastball around his low-70s curve to fan 12 batters over the course of the semi-final match.

Quebec's Christopher Pouliot went toe-to-toe with Cust for four innings. The Boischatel, QC lefty was lifted after a walk in the fifth, ending his no-hit bid at 4+ innings. The lean lefty finished his afternoon with a line of no runs, no hits, four walks and four strikeouts.

Alberta's Michael Brisson had the first hit of the game as he lined a single into right field in the fifth inning.

The opening score of the game finally came in the sixth inning.

Red's Justin Breen and Ayden Makarus drew back-to-back walks to start the frame and both moved up a base on a line-drive single to left by Cesar Valero. Dymitri Pavlove then got a run on the board as his patience paid off with an RBI walk.

Willy Alexander Diaz Vasquez was responsible for the eventual winning run. The Edmonton outfielder singled and stole his third base of the game to start off the seventh. After advancing on a groundout, he was brought home on another groundout which gave Alejandro Cazorla his second RBI of the tournament.

Quebec came close to forcing extras in its final at-bat.

With two out, Tristan Aspeck and Jason Begin drew back-to-back walks. Pinch-hitter Nicolas Tremblay was spared by an error, which also allowed Blue to cut the Red's lead to 2-1.

With the tying run 90 feet away, Brayden Cust reared back and finished his no-hitter off with a three-pitch strikeout, which resulted in loud cheers from both his teammates and those in the crowd.

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Quebec recovered its two-run lead in the fifth. After a hit batter and a walk, Cedric De Grandpre hit a liner into left field for an RBI single.

Blue's Jean-Christophe Masson came in as a defensive replacement in the top of the sixth and led off the bottom half of the inning with a double down the right-field line. He and Nicolas Tremblay, who was hit by a pitch, both scored later on a fielding error.

After a walk loaded the bases, Alfonso Rafael Villalobos Hamana ripped a liner off the third baseman and into left field for a two-run single and a 7-1 lead.

Quebec starter Jaycob Lachance was tabbed with the win. The soon-to-be 16-year-old recorded five strikeouts while allowing one walk over 4.0 hitless innings.

GAME 2: Ontario Green at Ontario Black

After playing to a 5-5 tie on Friday, the second battle of Ontario was much more tilted as Green shutout Black for an 8-0 victory.

Green's Zach Gardiner walked to start the third inning and moved up a base as Kieran Gagnon bunted for a single. Both men were then brought home on a high-fly, ground-rule double by Blake Buckle for the early 2-0 advantage.

Having already doubled in his first at-bat, TJ Schofield-Sam belted a double to deep left field in the fifth inning. He then scored as Buckle notched his second double of the afternoon - a sharp liner just off the outstretched arm of a diving right fielder - which gave him all three RBI to that point in the game.

Drew Howard walked in his earlier two plate appearances before ripping a line drive into the right field corner for double to start the sixth inning. He then advanced on a Zach Gardiner single and scored on an infield hit by Gagnon to make it a 4-0 contest.

Following a hit batter to load the bases, Schofield-Sam and Buckle then blew the game open with back-to-back singles which resulted in four runs.

Green starter Nicholas Fraser picked up the win as he spread five hits around 3.2 innings while recording six strikeouts and three walks. Reliever Zachary Cameron took the ball from there and twirled 3.1 frames of one-hit ball, issuing two walks and striking out six along the way.

Three Black batters combined for the team's five hits.

Jaden Brown hit a triple into the right-field gap in his first at-bat and catcher Ryan Leitch singled twice to left field. Dasan Brown continued to prove his leadoff value as he registered two more singles, giving him seven hits throughout the round robin.

GAME 3: Futures Navy at Atlantic Maroon

The middle game of Day 4 ended with the first walk-off of the tournament as Atlantic Maroon snatched a 2-1 win from Futures Navy to advance to Monday's semi-finals.

Down 1-0 in the seventh, Ayden MacKenzie led off with a looping double into right field. That's when Nick Gravel came on to pinch-run for him and took third base on a wild pitch. Gravel then scored with a sly move at the plate, high-stepping over the catcher's outstretched mitt to make it a 1-1 contest.

After a fielder's choice and a walk, Micah McDowell and Mario Zabala made their way into scoring position as they executed the double steal on a swinging strikeout.

Moments later, McDowell darted home on a wild pitch for the walk-off win.

McDowell also made his mark earlier in the game as he led off the opening inning with a double down the left-field line. The Coldbrook, NS native also drove a deep fly to right for a triple in the third.

MacKenzie had thoughts of tying the game two innings earlier. The U17 Nova Scotia Selects product started the home half of the fifth off with a slow-rolling single up the third-base line for an infield hit, but was eventually thrown out at home trying to tag up on a fly ball.

Turner Spoljaric turned in a strong outing for the Futures. The Toronto Mets righty twirled 4.0 scoreless frames, allowing just two hits and two walks while recording four strikeouts.

David Calabrese ignited Navy's offence in the third inning. After drawing a one-out walk, the man from Maple, ON swiped second base and then sprinted all the way home from there on a wild pitch to score the opening run of the game.

Calabrese also showed off his arm in the fifth as he caught a fly ball and threw out a potential tying run at the plate to complete the double play.

GAME 4: BC Orange at Alberta Red

There was plenty on the line in the evening affair as the winner would advance to the semi-finals.

The nail-biting contest involved three ties and an eventual walk-off win for Alberta Red over BC Orange.

Alberta opened the scoring in the second inning using a pair of two-out walks and a double steal. Michael Brisson then scored on a throwing error for the evening's first run.

The Red squad then padded its lead in the following frame as a walk, an error, and singles from Alejandro Cazorla and Dymitri Pavlove, all equated to two runs and a 3-0 advantage.

BC had their leadoff batters single in each of their first four innings and the fourth time was the charm. Brandon Nicholl started the frame and eventually scored on a bases-loaded single from Ryan Beitel.

The Orange side plated another run as Johnny Vulcano drew a walk to advance all three runners another 90 feet. Daniel Martin then beat out an infield single to tie the game at 3's, and as the throw to first base sailed high, Beitel took advantage and ran home to give BC a 4-3 lead.

Alberta answered back immediately in the bottom half of the inning.

Willy Alexander Diaz Vasquez had a one-out single and Brandon Cust was hit by a pitch to get things going. After a double steal, Cesar Valero, poked a ball to the right side for an infield hit and an RBI to tie the game once again.

It didn't take long for the pendulum to sway back the other way.

Nicholl and Dayton Peters started the fifth inning off with consecutive singles before pinch-hitter Kayden Beauregard walked to load the bases. A deep sac fly from Beitel moved all three runners up and gave BC the 5-4 lead.

The score remained that way until the bottom of the seventh, bringing the Red club its final chance to move on.

Alberta applied plenty of pressure using an Ayden Makarus walk and a one-out single from Brisson. That's when a failed pickoff attempt ended up down the right-field line, allowing Brisson to reach third and Makarus to score the tying run.

With two out and two men in scoring position, Cust came through with the clutch single up the middle for the 6-5 victory.

GAME 5: Atlantic Maroon at Prairies Purple

The final game of the round robin went to Atlantic Maroon as they improved to 3-1 on the tournament with a 3-1 win against Prairies Purple.

Atlantic opened the scoring in the second inning with a couple of walks, a hit batter and a fielder's choice.

Just as he did in a game earlier in the afternoon, Micah McDowell doubled to lead things off and later hit a triple, giving him four extra-base hits on the day. The 2017 T12 MVP's latter hit drove in Noah Duckworth in the fifth inning for the second run of the game.

After a walk to Nick Gravel, Mario Zabala made it a 3-0 contest with a thundering ground-rule double to center field.

The Prairies rallied for a run in the sixth.

Dillon Poschenrieder reached first base on an infield single. After a hit batter and a fielder's choice, the 17 year old from Unity, SK was driven in by a line-drive single to right field by Landy Peña.

In inning earlier, Anthony Morales recorded Purple's first hit via a one-out double, but was stranded after a couple of groundouts.

Winnipeg's Shayne Campbell came into the game for the final frame and made an impact on both sides of the ball as he hit a hard single to left field and picked off a runner from behind the plate.

 

 

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Purple answered with a pair of runs in the following frame.

Brody Alexandre drove in both Prairies runs in the fourth with a two-run homer. The Swift Current, SK native tucked a high fly ball just inside the right-field foul pole for the third homer of the tournament.

The Futures squad soon recovered their seven-run lead as Owen Caissie belted a two-run, line-drive single to center field in the fifth.

Purple was held off the board the rest of the way even with a solid effort from their leadoff batter. Kendall Keller finished the morning contest with a triple, a single and a pair of walks.

GAME 2: BC Orange at Ontario Green

The early-afternoon affair went the way of the west-coast squad as BC Orange picked up a 4-3 win against Ontario Green, led largely by their starting pitcher.

Vancouver's Eli Saul put in the best pitching performance of the tournament so far. 30 days after his 17th birthday, the 6'5" righty gave up just one run on one hit and one walk while racking up 10 strikeouts over 5+ innings, occasionally reaching 90 mph on the radar gun.

The hurler's run support came early. Joshua Walker walked to lead off game and scored the opening run two batters later via a ground out. The infielder reached base three times throughout the game as he legged out an infield single to start the third inning and led off the fifth with a triple over the head of the center fielder. His second run came after his single, as he was eventually brought home by Madjik Mackenzie.

BC's other offence came from Jude Hall and Taisei Yahiro. Hall thundered an RBI doubled off the right-field wall to extend Orange's lead to two in the second inning. Yahiro came into the game as a pinch-hitter in the seventh. He then walked and stole a base before scoring the eventual game-winning run on a throwing error.

Green mounted a comeback in the sixth inning as they scored a trio of runs to make it a 4-3 game.

After a walk, an error and Saul being taken out of the game, singles by Bryce Arnold and Drew Howard cut BC's lead in half. TJ Schofield-Sam then brought in the third run as he grounded out on a ball up the first-base line.

Orange's Adam Maier picked up the save, finishing off the final two frames while recording a walk and a strikeout.

GAME 3: Quebec Blue at Atlantic Maroon

The middle match of the day had Quebec Blue doubling up Atlantic Maroon by a 4-2 score.

It took a few frames for either offence to get going before Blue's Tristan Aspeck led off the third inning with a hard single to right field. He then swiped two bags and crossed home on an Antony Gilbert groundout for the opening score of the afternoon.

After plating another run with walk, an Antony Gilbert double and an error, Jason Begin, who was hit in the head by a pitch earlier, put Quebec up 3-0 in fifth with an RBI double as he traded places with Gilbert.

Atlantic answered back with in the bottom half of the frame. The Maroon squad mixed a walk and an error around singles from Nick Gravel and Ben MacDougall whose RBI made it a one-run game.

In the seventh, Quebec added an insurance run as four walks led to a Simon Menier free-pass RBI. Atlantic got two men on base in the bottom of the frame but were unable to score.

Evan O'Toole had Maroon's only extra-base hit, tripling in his first at-bat as he belted a high fly ball over the right fielder.

Blue Starter Cédric De Grandpré earned the win as he tossed 4.0 scoreless innings, giving up a three hits while recording one walk and four strikeouts.

GAME 4: Alberta Red at Ontario Green

The fourth game of Day 3 belonged to Ontario Green as they came back for a 3-2 win over Alberta Red.

Alberta's Ayden Makarus opened the scoring in the fist inning with an RBI triple to deep centerfield. The Red club then added to its lead in the second as Dryden Howse led off the inning with a single. The Okotoks Dawg scored a few batters later, following a walk, a fielders choice and an error.

The Green guys countered with a run of their own in the bottom of the second.

Ryan Faragher led off the home half with a loud double to left field. The next batter, Zach Gardiner, kept his groundout to the right side of the infield, picking up an RBI as Faragher touched home.

Ontario then claimed the lead in the following frame.

Joel McKnight reached on wild-pitch strikeout to start things off and was followed up by singles from Bryce Arnold and Tye Imeson to make it a 2-2 game. After a walk and a strikeout, Faragher looped a shallow fly ball over shortstop to advance all three base runners by 90 feet and give Green the lead.

Brandon Deans grabbed the win. The 17-year-old from Mississauga gave up two runs (one earned) on four hits while walking a pair of batters and recording a trio of strikeouts.

Caleb Clark took over for the save, hurling three hitless innings with a walk and three punch-outs.

Alberta starter Levi Abbott struck out nine batters in his four frames of work, including four in the 3rd inning. Red reliever Matt Wiggins tossed 2.0 innings of no-hit ball with two walks and four strikeouts.

GAME 5: Ontario Black at BC Orange

Saturday's finale came down to the final batter with the bases loaded as BC Orange hung on for a 4-2 win versus Ontario Black.

Joshua Walker singled and stole a base to start BC's first-inning attack, coming home to score the opening run on Madjik Mackenzie's bloop single over the shortstop.

The Orange offence got going again in the fourth inning.

Daniel Martin started things off with his second single of the game. Pinch-hitter Connor Dykstra then belted a ground-rule double into the left-field bullpen. Ryan Beitel came to the plate next and hit a sac fly to center to double BC's lead.

The left-coast club tallied twice more in the following frame.

Jude Hall singled after a walk to Walker and both runners advanced on a groundout. Hall then scored on a Mackenzie sacrifice fly before Walker crossed home on a wild pitch.

Black fought back with a pair of runs in the sixth inning. Owen Diodati walked and Dante Wright doubled before Eric Martin's single up the middle brought them both home, cutting the deficit to 4-2.

They then made another push in the final frame. With one out, Jaden Brown walked and Austin Gomm was hit by a pitch. Both moved up a base on Diodati's second hit of the game.

The comeback fell short at that point as Orange then spun a 4-6-3 double play to end the game.

Theo Millas gave BC its second strong start of the day as he made it through 5.2 innings before being lifted with two runners on base. Both men came around to score and the 15-year-old righty finished the day with five hits and two walks allowed while fanning nine Black hitters.

The Ontario side received solid production from some of its key players in the losing effort.

Dasan Brown had a pair of singles and a double in a losing effort, bringing his hit total for the tournament to five.

In the fourth inning, Diodati hit his third ball of the tournament over the outfield wall. Unfortunately for the catcher, his 100.4 mph fly ball bounced on the warning track in center field for a ground-rule double and he was eventually left stranded at third base.

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The home squad then took the lead in the fourthh. Jaden Brown led off the bottom half of the inning with an infield single. After a hit batter and a walk, the Ontario Blue Jay gave Black a 2-1 as he scampered home on a passed ball.

David McCabe then hit in a sacrifice fly to left, plating Austin Gomm for a 3-1 lead.

Green's Noah Case came on a sub and made his mark as he came to bat in the sixth inning. The Etobicoke Rangers product looped a ball off the tip of the glove of a diving second baseman for a bases-clearing, three-run double. The two-bag effort gave the Green side a 4-3 lead. After a wild pitch and a walk, Case was allowed to double Green's lead as he crossed home on a fielding error.

Trailing 5-3 in the seventh, Black used their final at-bat to tie things up once again.

McCabe led off the final frame with a deep fly ball to center for a double. The designated hitter was then driven in by Brian Zapp on a hard line drive to right field.

With two out and men on the corners, Jaden Brown drove in the tying run with a single to center field. However, the affair ended as he was nabbed trying to swipe second base.

Both starters were charged with one run.

Green's Lukas Barry gave up just two hits across his three innings of work. The Mississauga native showed solid control as he struck out four batters without issuing a walk.

Keegan Pulford-Thorpe got the ball for Black and had the longest outing of the tournament so far. The lefty lasted 4.0 innings while touching 88 mph with his fastball, allowing three hits with four strikeouts and no walks.

GAME 2: Alberta Red at BC Orange

In the back half of Friday's doubleheader, Alberta Red tied the game twice before eventually edging BC Orange by a 5-4 final score.

BC's Brandon Nicoll opened the scoring with a two-out RBI single to center field in the first inning. The next batter, Daniel Martin, then drove in a pair of runs with a grounder through the left side, extending Orange's lead to three.

It didn't take long for Alberta to answer back.

Justin Breen led off the second inning with triple to deep center field. After a walk, the outfielder tallied Red's first run on a Alejandro Cazorla single. Two batters and a pickoff error later, Willy Alexander Diaz Vasquez brought Red to within one as he legged out an infield single for the RBI. Brayden Cust then tied the game at 3's with a sacrifice fly.

Orange's Ryan Beitel laced a triple into the right-field corner to start the home half of the inning. The shortstop crossed home a few pitches later as Jude Hall hit a seeing-eye single up the middle to put BC back in front, 4-3.

After a couple of walks to start the fourth inning, Cust picked up his second RBI of the game on a single to right field, tying the game once more. Red then took the 5-4 lead as a caught-stealing rundown between first and second base allowed Tyrese Johnson to sprint home from third for the eventual winning run.

Chase Florendine earned the victory as he quieted BC's bats over 4.1 innings of scoreless work. The righty out of Lethbridge, AB scattered four hits and struck out eight batters without issuing a walk.

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Atlantic starter Evan O'Toole hit 89 mph on the radar gun throughout his 3.0 shutout innings but did hit two batters and walked three others. After a pair of walks around a single, found himself in a bases-loaded jam with none out in the third inning, but was able to get out of it with two strikeouts followed by a line out. The Bridewater, NS native finished his day with six strikeouts and just one hit allowed.

Ayden MacKenzie had Maroon's only other hit, singling on a line-drive to center field in the third. Jackson Wilson grabbed the win as he threw two hitless frames, recording a strikeout and two walks.

The Prairies had their chances but left six men on base throughout the afternoon.

Purple starter Jordan Lussier gave up a single to start game and then struck out the next five batters he faced. After a issuing a pair of walks and a single across the second and third inning, wrapped up his afternoon with four consecutive punch-outs. Over his 4.0 innings of scoreless work, allowed just the two singles and two walks while striking out nine Atlantic batters.

Shortstop Dylan Edmands was the Prairies' most offensive threat as he reached base all in all four of his plate appearances. The Regina AAA White Sox product singled and drew a walk while also being hit by a pitch on two occasions.

The other Purple hit belonged to Anthony Morales who singled and stole a base in the sixth inning.

GAME 2: Quebec Blue at Futures Navy

In the 3:00 pm game, Quebec Blue out-lasted Futures Navy for a 7-4 win.

Jason Begin got Quebec on the board in the second inning with an RBI double to left field. Simon Menier then brought in a run with a bases-loaded sac fly before the Blue squad tallied their third run, as two Futures players collided while grabbing a pop-up behind second base.

Down 3-0 in the second inning, Navy's Elijha Hammill drove in a pair of runs with a triple into the left-field gap. The 14-year-old infielder then made it 3-3 as he scored on a Riley Silva groundout.

Tristan Aspeck put Blue back in front, 4-3, in the fourth inning as he walked, stole two bases and scored on a throwing error. The shortstop also singled twice as part of a 2-for-3 day.

Navy's inexperience then showed in the fifth and sixth innings as multiple walks and errors led to three more Blue runs.

Quebec's Cédric De Grandpré didn't register an at-bat but factored into the offence as he showed plenty of patience, drawing four walks and scoring twice.

Both starters were charged with three runs. Quebec's Antoine Jean earned the win as he walked three batters and struck out four while allowing one hit over 3.0 innings. Future's Conor Pote gave up three hits over two frames while recording a pair of walks and a trio of strikeouts.

Despite the loss, Navy had a couple of other players make an impression on those in attendance.

Connor Caskenette singled, walked and scored a run as he went 1-for-1. Loreto Siniscalchi threw the final frame and struck out all three batters faced.

GAME 3: Ontario Black at Alberta Red

Ontario Black dominated the evening affair as they took it, 6-1, from Alberta Red.

Dasan Brown started the offence early for Ontario as he led off the game with a single, stole a base and scored on a wild pitch. He also drove in a run with a sac fly in the second and was credited with an outfield assist in the fifth, throwing out a runner at third base.

Owen Diodati had the biggest blast of the day, lining a two-run homer in the right-field bullpen. The 6'3" catcher also drew two walks and reached on an error.

Ontario starter Hayden Pilmer threw three hitless innings. The native of Leamington struck out four batters as his fastball touched 86 mph. He also hit two batters and issued three walks in the winning effort.

Black's convincing win came as a result of contributions all throughout the lineup.

Brain Zapp had a pair of singles. Austin Gomm walked four times and came around to score in the first and the seventh. Eric Martin hit a fly ball into the left-field gap for an RBI triple in the final frame.

Nelson Mercado got the ball for the final two innings of relief and struck out the side in both of them while issuing just one walk.

The Red club was limited to just one hit in the game.

Ayden Makarus was responsible for that as he knocked an RBI single to center field in the fifth inning.

Brayden Cust showed his skills on both sides of the ball, drawing a pair of walks and scoring the lone run before taking the mound in the sixth. The Prospects Academy product struck out the first four batters he faced and finished with six K's and three walks as part of his two-inning, one-run effort.

GAME 4: Prairies Purple at Quebec Blue

The nightcap featured the tournament's first tie as Purple Prairies and Quebec Blue played to a 1-1 draw.

The Prairies' Anthony Morales walked and came around to score the first run of the night in the second inning. The catcher also walked in his next plate appearance and ripped a double to right field in the sixth inning for Purple's only hit of the game.

After Blue stranded six runners over the first five innings, Alfonso Rafael Villalobos Hamana got a one-out fly ball to land in shallow right field in the sixth. He was then lifted for pinch-runner Nicholas Tremblay who eventually tied the game, 1-1, on a throwing error.

Quebec starter Alexis Garcia didn't allow a hit over his three innings of work but gave up one run after a pair of walks and a couple of groundouts in the second. The native of Naguabo, Puerto Rico recorded eight of his nine outs via six ground balls and two strikeouts.

His mound counterpart, Jackson Fraser, tossed three scoreless frames, mixing three hits around three walks and six strikeouts. The lanky right-hander out of Wymark, SK was hit by a line drive in the 3rd inning but stayed in the game, striking out the next batter to end the inning.

Blue's bullpen combined for four innings of one-hit ball with three walks and five strikeouts. Purple relievers countered with two walks and six strikeouts over four frames.

Quebec's four other hits came on singles from Alexis Gravel, Jean-Christophe Masson, Cédric De Grandpré and Simon Menier.

Both teams combined to go 1-for-14 with runners in scoring position.

Jaden Brown, SS | Ontario

Owen Diodati, C | Ontario

Jackson Fraser, RHP | Prairies

Micah McDowell, CF | Atlantic

Theo Millas, RHP | British Columbia

Mike Soroka, RHP | Alberta

Nicolas Tremblay, OF | Quebec

Cesar Valero, SS | Alberta