2014 Little League® Baseball Canadian Region Provincial Tournament Results
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Alberta Provincial Tournament
Host - Rocky Mountain (Calgary) (District 8)
At Southwood Field

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions Lethbridge Southwest
District 2 Champions Confederation Park (Edmonton)
District 3 Champions Bow Ridge (Calgary)
District 4 Champions Medicine Hat
District 8 Champions Fish Creek (Calgary)
Host League Rocky Mountain (Calgary)

Tournament Results:

Opening Round:
Medicine Hat 7, Bow Ridge 6
Fish Creek 13, Confederation Park 3

Winner's Bracket Semifinals:
Lethbridge Southwest 9, Medicine Hat 4
Rocky Mountain 6, Fish Creek 3

Elimination Bracket Quarterfinals (six teams remain):
Confederation Park 14, Medicine Hat 9 (elim.)
Bow Ridge 5, Fish Creek 0 (elim.)

Consolation Game:
Fish Creek 13, Medicine Hat 10 (elim.)

Winner's Bracket Final:
Lethbridge Southwest 6, Rocky Mountain 1

Elimination Bracket Semifinal (four teams remain):
Bow Ridge 10, Confederation Park 4 (elim.)

Elimination Bracket Final (three teams remain):
Rocky Mountain 9, Bow Ridge 8 (elim.)

Championship Game:
Lethbridge Southwest 15, Rocky Mountain 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

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Atlantic Provinces Divisional Tournament
Host - Lancaster (New Brunswick District 1)

Participating Teams
New Brunswick District 1 Champions Lancaster
Nova Scotia District 1 Champions Glace Bay

Tournament Results:

Best 2-of-3 Series:
Glace Bay 12, Lancaster 1
Lancaster 7, Glace Bay 6
Lancaster 9, Glace Bay 5 (TITLE)

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British Columbia Provincial Tournament
Host - North Langley (District 3)
At George Zarrelli Diamond; Walnut Grove Community Park

Walnut Grove Community Park is located at the intersection of 89th Avenue and Walnut Grove Drive

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions Little Mountain (Vancouver)
District 3 Champions White Rock South Surrey
District 5 Champions Forest Hills (North Vancouver)
District 6 Champions South Vancouver
District 7 Champions Beacon Hill (Victoria)
District 8 Champions Trail
Host League North Langley

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Saturday, July 19):
South Vancouver 11, Forest Hills 1 (5 innings)
Beacon Hill 7, North Langley 1
Trail 11, White Rock South Surrey 5

Day 2 (Sunday, July 20):
South Vancouver 7, North Langley 0
Beacon Hill 12, Trail 2 (5 innings)
Little Mountain 12, Forest Hills 2 (4 innings)

Day 3 (Monday, July 21):
White Rock South Surrey 11, Forest Hills 1 (4 innings)
South Vancouver 9, Little Mountain 3
Trail 10, North Langley 0 (4 innings)

Day 4 (Tuesday, July 22):
White Rock South Surrey 10, Little Mountain 3
Trail 9, Forest Hills 6
South Vancouver 2, Beacon Hill 1

Day 5 (Thursday, July 24):
Little Mountain 7, Trail 5
White Rock South Surrey 12, Beacon Hill 0 (4 innings)
North Langley 4, Forest Hills 2 (7 innings)

Day 6 (Friday, July 25):
South Vancouver 18, Trail 1 (5 innings)
Little Mountain 7, Beacon Hill 0
White Rock South Surrey 12, North Langley 1 (4 innings)

Day 7 (Saturday, July 26):
Beacon Hill 12, Forest Hills 10
South Vancouver 13, White Rock South Surrey 3 (5 innings)
Little Mountain 14, North Langley 0 (4 innings)


Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
South Vancouver 6 0 9
White Rock South Surrey 4 2 29
Little Mountain 4 2 26
Beacon Hill 3 3 34
Trail 3 3 48
North Langley 1 5 52
Forest Hills 0 6 59

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

British Columbia Provincial Tournament Finals

Semifinal Round (Sunday, July 27):
South Vancouver 12, Beacon Hill 0 (5 innings)
White Rock South Surrey 10, Little Mountain 4

Championship Game (Monday, July 28):
South Vancouver 8, White Rock South Surrey 0 (TITLE)

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Ontario Provincial Tournament
Host - Windsor South (District 5)
At Central Park

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions High Park (Toronto)
District 2 Champions East Nepean
District 3 Champions Port Arthur National
District 5 Champions Windsor South
District 6 Champions South Ottawa
District 7 Champions Brockville

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Sunday, July 20):
High Park 6, East Nepean 2
South Ottawa 12, Port Arthur National 4
Brockville 11, Windsor South 8 (7 innings)

Day 2 (Monday, July 21):
High Park 17, South Ottawa 1
Brockville 11, Port Arthur National 5
East Nepean 13, Windsor South 0 (4 innings)

Day 3 (Tuesday, July 22):
South Ottawa 5, Brockville 4
East Nepean 10, Port Arthur National 0
High Park 14, Windsor South 1 (4 innings)

Day 4 (Wednesday, July 23):
High Park 12, Port Arthur National 0 (4 innings)
East Nepean 19, Brockville 5 (5 innings)
South Ottawa 15, Windsor South 10

Day 5 (Thursday, July 24):
High Park 22, Brockville 2 (4 innings)
East Nepean 16, South Ottawa 1 (5 innings)
Port Arthur National 17, Windsor South 11


Tournament Standings

W

L

Runs
Allowed
High Park 5 0 6
East Nepean 4 1 12
South Ottawa 3 2 51
Brockville 2 3 59
Port Arthur National 1 4 56
Windsor South 0 5 70

The top four teams advance to the semifinal round.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

Semifinal Round (Friday, July 25)

East Nepean 9, South Ottawa 7
High Park 16, Brockville 2 (6 innings)

Ontario Provincial Championship Game (Saturday, July 26)

High Park 4, East Nepean 0 (TITLE)

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Prairie Provinces Divisional Tournament

Championship Game Result:

North Regina 3, Regina Kiwanis National 1 (TITLE)

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Quebec Provincial Tournament
Host - Rouyn-Noranda (District 1)
At Parc Mouska

Participating Teams
District 1 Champions Val d'Or
District 3 Champions Notre-Dame-de-Grace (Montreal)
Host Rouyn-Noranda

NOTE: District 2 winner Valleyfield advanced directly to the Canadian Region tournament as they are hosting that tournament.

Tournament Results:

Day 1 (Thursday, July 17):
Val d'Or 10, Rouyn-Noranda 5

Day 2 (Friday, July 18):
Notre-Dame-de-Grace 16, Rouyn-Noranda 0

Day 3 (Saturday, July 19):
Notre-Dame-de-Grace 19, Val d'Or 0


Tournament Standings

W

L
Notre-Dame-de-Grace 2 0
Val d'Or 1 1
Rouyn-Noranda 0 2

All tournament entrants advance to elimination rounds. Round robin results are used for seeding purposes.

Ties are broken based on records in head-to-head competition among tied teams. If a clear winner cannot be determined from head-to-head results, the tie is broken by calculating the ratio of runs allowed to defensive innings played for all teams involved in the tie. The team with the lowest runs-per-defensive-inning ratio advances.

In the event of a tie involving three or more teams, once the initial tie is broken, the remaining tied teams are again compared on head-to-head record to determine if a clear winner can be identified. If no clear winner can be identified from head-to-head results among the remaining tied teams, the runs-per-defensive-inning ratio is again used. This process is repeated until all ties have been broken.

Semifinal Round (Sunday, July 20)

Val d'Or 15, Rouyn-Noranda 5

Quebec Provincial Championship Game (Monday, July 21)

Notre-Dame-de-Grace 21, Val d'Or 0 (4 innings; TITLE)

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