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Midget Tecumsehs Complete Undefeated LDBA Season!

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While there are no records to know for sure, the London Tecumsehs Catchershave accomplished something this season that definitely does not happen very often. Keep in mind, Midget is a 3 year division, so this team is still technically underage, made up of 2nd year Midgets, and the entire team is eligible to come back next year for another run.

Every team has off nights, where the bats aren’t working, or the defense isn’t feeling it, so to go undefeated in league play is an amazing accomplishment. But the Midget’s didn’t stop there.
After amassing a 19-0-4 record to finish 1st atop the LDBA season standings, the Tecumsehs  began the LDBA Play-downs to see who would represent LDBA at the OBA Provincial Championships.
After winning the first game, they were awaiting the winner of the next round, which was rained out 4 times, and it was time for the LDBA Playoffs. Pitcher
On the weekend, the Tecumsehs ran a record of 5-0 to win the LDBA Midget Playoff Championships, winning the final over the 2nd place team from the season standings 10-0, capped by a no-hitter from pitcher Nick Finn.

Great weekend, but not rest for the weary, the Tecumsehs continued their quest to go to OBA’s by defeating North London in the final of the playdowns, and now move on the the OBA’s in Kitchener, with the first game 2 days away, Friday morning at 9:30 AM.

On top of that, the Tecumsehs, in 3 OBA tournaments this season, began by losing in the finals of their first tournament to a AAA team from Hamilton, 5-4 in 11 innings, and then went on to go 10-0 to win their next 2 tournaments.

26-0-4 in LDBA play… What a Season!

Best of luck boys, in the OBA’s on the weekend.

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Tecumseh Pitching Instructors Work with Major Mosquito’s

MajorMosquito-pitchingOn behalf of the London Tecumsehs Major Mosquito team, we would like to thank Jeff Flesher for working with our team last Saturday afternoon providing some invaluable pitching instruction. From the more traditional “towel” drill to the newly minted “bucket” drill, Jeff kept the boys engaged and smiling the entire time. The pitching knowledge that he, and Brent Wales, have passed along to our team this season, has gone a long way towards enabling our teams success. We look forward to continue working with these great instructors in the future. Best of luck to all in their LDBA playoffs and at OBA’s.

London Tecumsehs Tournament Was a Great Success!

TecumsehsTournamentLogo2016The 2016 London Tecumsehs Tournament was played on the July 8-10 weekend, with 16 teams coming together at Stronach Park. Despite some early rain, and thunder and lightning delays, we managed to get back on track, and ended with some beautiful weather on what turned out to be a great weekend.

WelcomeToLondonSome great ball was played in both the Minor Mosquito, and Minor Peewee divisions by all teams, with 10 teams advancing to Sunday.

Minor Mosquito saw the London Tecumsehs play the Tecumseh Rangers on Sunday morning, with London prevailing to face the Port Lambton Pirates in the final, who had to get by the Amherstburg Cardinals in the other semi-final.

IMG_0639IMG_0642A great final saw the Pirates prevail 15-9  to capture the Championship!

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In the Minor Peewee division, the London Tecumsehs and Woodslee Orioles received the top 2 seeds to get bye’s to the semi-finals.
The 1st quarter-finals pitted the Uxbridge Grizzlies against the Belle River Braves, with the Grizzlies squeaking by to play the London Tecumsehs in the semi-finals., with London coming on top in that to advance to the final. The other quarter-finals saw the North London Nationals get by the Richmond Hill Phoenix, and then beat the Woodslee Orioles in the semi-finals, to advance and create and All-London final, Tecumsehs, vs. the North London Nationals.

The finals was very close early , with the host Londo20160710_154117n Tecumsehs 20160710_154322pulling away late for an 11-1 win, to capture the Minor Peewee Championship!

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Congratulations to ALL teams on some great ball played over the weekend, and we hope to see everyone back for our 2nd Annual in 2017, which promises to be bigger and better.

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2016

London Tecumsehs
Minor Mosquito
Tournament Champion

Port Lambton Pirates

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2016
London Tecumsehs Minor Peewee Tournament Champion

 London Tecumsehs

 

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Major Midget’s Win Orillia Tournament

The Major Midget Tecumsehs cruised to a 5-0 record for the 2nd straight tournament, to win the Buck Pringle in Orillia.
The Midget’s played solid baseball all weekend, scoring 49 runs while giving up just 10 beating Midland, Barrie, and Cambridge in the Round-Robin. They got past Midland again in the semi-final, before beating pulling away late to beat Newmarket 9-3 in the final.

The Midget Tecumsehs have now posted a 10-0 record in the past 2 tournaments, after losing in 11 innings in the final of their first one, and remain undefeated in league play!
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Another Tournament win for the Major Peewee Tecumsehs!

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A great weekend was had in Wallaceburg with a record of 5-0 and a dramatic 7 run top of the 7th to take the title.

Major Mosquito Tecumsehs Win LaSalle Tournament

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 In a weekend dominated by great pitching, including two complete games, the London Tecumsehs Major Mosquito team, also known as Team EPIC, ‎battled their way to a perfect 5-and-O record to capture the tournament title.  The boys played their hearts out in extreme heat and really came together as a team.
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They also had the opportunity to take in a Detroit Tigers game on Saturday night.
On behalf of the entire coaching staff, we’d like to thank the boys for playing baseball the way it’s supposed to be played. We received countless compliments from parents and coaches of our opposition that were extremely impressed with our teams pitching, hitting, defense, and gamesmanship. It was a pleasure and an honour to share the field with them this weekend.
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Midget Tecumsehs Capture Badgers Tournament Championship!

MidgetTecumsehs_GlovesOn the heals of a heartbreaking 5-4, 11-inning loss to the Hamilton Cardinals in the finals of the Simcoe Tournament, the Midget Tecumsehs were back at it in London for the London Badgers – Trevor Barton Memorial Tournament.
They would not be denied this time, as they posted a 5-0 record on the way to capturing the championship.

The round-robin featured a 4-1 win over Cambridge, and Saturday they squeezed by Pickering 6-5, and then hMidgetTecumsehs_BadgerTournamentPitcherandled Kitchener with an 11-1 win. In the semi-finals on Sunday morning, the Tecumsehs scored a 2-0 win over the Quinte Royals, and in the finals, the Tecumsehs trailed 3-0 in the 5th inning, before storming back for the 10-3 win.

Great weekend by all the boys, with contributions from every player.

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Major Peewee’s Win Kincardine Tournament!

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A dominant performance in Kircardine.
The Major Peewee Tecumsehs take home the trophy.

With a 4-0 record they out scored there opponents 58-7.

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London Tecumsehs Minor Mosquito – Runners Up in Stratford

The Minor MoTeamLineUpsquito Squad took part in the Stratford Tournament over the June 3rd – 5th weekend.  The team sailed through the first 3 games with 61 runs scored and 26 runs against.  This earned the team a #2 seed and a bye to the Semi Finals on Sunday.  During the Semi Final game the weather decided to become another opponent – causing 2 game delays and eventually leading to a change of venue.  The team was down by 4 runs going into the top of the final inning and rallied to score 5 times to take the lead.  Clutch pitching and defense closed the door and the Tecumsehs were off to the Finals.

In the finals they continued to ride the emotions from the previous game and scored 9 quick runs.  After a solid start and great pitching the weather and long day started to catch up with the team, and eventually lost a heart breaker 12-13.

What a great start to the Season Tecumsehs!  Keep working hard and playing the Tecumseh way.

Registration 2016

The registration process is new this year, and all players are to register with the London Tecumsehs, NOT their respective home associations as in years past.

Registration will happen in person at the uniform pickup, which will be late April, early May.
More details will be known, and we’ll have an exact date very shortly.

 


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