2021 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects Roster Announced – Team Scheduled To Defend 17U National Championship During Summer of 2021

BNS Logo DesignThe roster selections for the 2021 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects team were announced on Wednesday.

This team will represent Nova Scotia at the 2021 Baseball Canada Cup (17U Nationals) tournament hosted by Regina, Saskatchewan. The 17U Selects will enter the tournament as defending champions after Nova Scotia’s historic Gold Medal win at the 2019 tournament, which was also held in Regina. 2020’s Canada Cup Tournament was cancelled due to COVID-19, as were all other 2020 Baseball Canada Championships.

Below are the players who have been selected for the 2021 team, their hometown, and the teams they have recently played for (where known). They are also separated by year of birth:

Born in 2003

Please Note –  Players born in 2003 will be considered to fill the two roster spots available for players turning 18 years old in 2021. Nova Scotia and several other smaller provinces are eligible to include two “overagers” in their rosters at Canada Cup. A final decision on these overage spots is expected in the Spring of 2021:

  • Shane Cowan – Fall River (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Ryan Fitzgerald – Lucasville (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Matt Grabmann – Dartmouth (Okotoks Dawgs, North East Baseball Pirates)
  • Matt Hoskin – Eastern Passage (2020 Dartmouth Arrows AAA)
  • Kyle Hunt – Hammonds Plains (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Ryan Trenholm – Hammonds Plains (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Hammonds Plains A’s 18U AAA)

Born in 2004

  • Ryan Avery – Whites Lake (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Nolan Cheeseman – Upper Tantallon (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Tyler Croteau – Kentville (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • John Decoste – Truro (2019 Truro Bearcats 18U A)
  • Ty Doucette – Dartmouth (Okotoks Dawgs, 2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Travis Feltmate – Spryfield (2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Eric Fields – Kennetcook (Kings-Edgehill Varsity, 2019 Hants North Jays 18U AA)
  • Nick Gage – Halifax (2019 Halifax Mets AAA)
  • Lane George – Belnan (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Brad Howatt – Halifax (2019 Halifax Mets 15U AAA)
  • Zach Jenkins – Middle Sackville (2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Jack Laws – Bridgewater (2020 Bridgewater Bulldogs 18U, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Ryan Macdonald – Cole Harbour (2020 Dartmouth Arrows AAA)
  • Matt MacKenzie – Vaughan (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)
  • Kole Miller – Dartmouth (2020 Nova Scotia 17U Selects, 2019 Nova Scotia 15U Selects)

Born in 2005

  • Benito Bonilla – Halifax (2020 Nova Scotia 15U Selects Core Team, 2019 Halifax Mets AAA)
  • Carter Higgins – Truro (2020 Nova Scotia 15U Selects Core Team)
  • Rory Macdonald – Halifax (2020 Nova Scotia 15U Selects Core Team, 2019 Halifax Mets 15U AAA)

2020 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects Roster Announced – Will Defend National Championship in August

BNS Logo DesignThe roster selections for the 2020 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects team were announced today.

This team will represent Nova Scotia at the 2020 Baseball Canada Cup (17U Nationals) tournament in Fort McMurray, Alberta. They will enter the tournament as defending champions after Nova Scotia’s historic Gold Medal win at last year’s tournament in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Below are the players who have been selected for this year’s team, their hometown, and the teams they have recently played for:

  • Ryan Avery – Whites Lake (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Kentville Wildcats 15U AAA)
  • Nolan Cheeseman – Upper Tantallon (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Hammonds Plains A’s 15U AAA)
  • Shane Cowan – Fall River (Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Tyler Croteau – Kentville (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Kentville Wildcats 15U AAA)
  • Ty Doucette – Dartmouth (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Dartmouth Arrows 15U AAA)
  • Ryan Fitzgerald – Hammonds Plains (Nova Scotia 17U Selects, Newbridge Academy Varsity)
  • Jacobie Ford – Weymouth (Weymouth Firebirds 18U AA)
  • Evan Fox – Lower Sackville (Tri County Rangers 18U AAA)
  • Lane George – Belnan (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Dartmouth Arrows 15U AAA)
  • Matthew Grabmann – Dartmouth (North East Baseball 15U Pirates, Cardigan Mountain Varsity)
  • Parker Hanrahan – Glace Bay (Okotoks Dawgs, Nova Scotia 17U Selects, Cape Breton Ramblers)
  • Logan Harvey – Hammonds Plains (Hammonds Plains A’s 18U AAA, Newbridge Academy Varsity)
  • Kyle Hunt – Hammonds Plains (Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Matt MacKenzie – Vaughan (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Kentville Wildcats 15U AAA)
  • Kole Miller – Dartmouth (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Dartmouth Arrows 15U AAA)
  • Kyle Sampson – Lower Sackville (Tri-County Rangers 18U AAA, Newbridge Academy Varsity)
  • Kiwean Song – Bedford (Okotoks Dawgs, Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Ryan Trenholm – Hammonds Plains (Hammonds Plains A’s 18U AAA)

At the Canada Cup, Nova Scotia is one of the teams that is permitted to bring up to two players that are “overagers” by one year. Those overage additions to the roster are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

Baseball PEI Announces 2019 Youth Selects team

The roster selections for the 2019 Baseball PEI Youth Selects team was announced on Friday May 17th, 2019.

This team will represent PEI at the Baseball Canada Cup (17U Nationals) tournament in Regina, Saskatchewan in August. They will also compete in the Tournament 12 Atlantic tryout tournament in early July in New Brunswick.

Below are the players who have been selected for this year’s team:

  • Ty Arsenault
  • Garrett Culleton
  • Noah Dow
  • Connor Ellsworth
  • Tyler Jones
  • Ben MacDougall
  • Jack MacKenzie
  • Sam MacKenzie
  • Tanner MacLean
  • Carter MacNeil
  • Duncan Picketts
  • Nolan Ryan
  • Tyler Taylor
  • Ben Tsai
  • Dylan Worth

Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects Roster Announced

BNS Logo DesignThe roster selections for the 2019 Baseball Nova Scotia 17U Selects team was announced on Wednesday April 17th, 2019.

This team will represent the Nova Scotia at the Baseball Canada Cup (17U Nationals) tournament in Regina, Saskatchewan in August. They will also compete in the Tournament 12 Atlantic tryout tournament in early July in New Brunswick.

Below are the players who have been selected for this year’s team, their hometown, and the teams they have recently played for:

  • Boudreau, Tyler – Bedford (Vauxhall Jets, Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Boutilier, Nathan – Dartmouth (Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Boutilier, Noah – Dartmouth (Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Cowan, Shane – Fall River (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Tri-County Rangers 15U AAA)
  • Fitzgerald, Ryan – Lucasville (Newbridge Academy Varsity, Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Hammonds Plains A’s 15U AAA)
  • Hanrahan, Parker – Glace Bay (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Cape Breton Ramblers)
  • Hunt, Kyle – Hammonds Plains (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Hammonds Plains A’s 15U AAA)
  • MacMullin, Brett – Sydney (Cape Breton Ramblers)
  • Mann, Timmy – Dartmouth (Newbridge Academy Varsity, Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • McLaughlin, Duncan – Dartmouth (Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • McLellan, Ethan – Hants County (Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • O’Brien, Nolan – Hebbville (Kentville Wildcats 15U AAA)
  • O’Rourke, Corson – Sydney (Cape Breton Ramblers)
  • Rendell, Camden – Upper Tantallon (Newbridge Academy Varsity, Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Hammonds Plains A’s 15U AAA)
  • Riesgo, Camillo – Sackville (Newbridge Academy Varsity, Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Tri-County Rangers 15U AAA)
  • Short, Michael – Fall River (Badlands Academy Badgers, Nova Scotia 17U Selects)
  • Sibley, Breton – Glace Bay (Cape Breton Ramblers)
  • Song, Kiwean – Bedford (Nova Scotia 15U Selects, Tri-County Rangers 15U AAA)

At the Canada Cup, Nova Scotia is one of the teams that is permitted to bring up to two players that are “overagers” by one year. Those additions to the roster will be announced in the coming weeks.