BRIAN BATES Special to The Standard SCUGOG: Port Perry Angels came out on the losing end of the Canadian Qualifiers on the weekend of July 14 to 16th in Brampton. Finishing with a record of one win, one tie and three losses. Port Perry dropped its first game against Chatham, losing 8-5. Chelsey Pongo was the offensive star of the game for Port Perry scoring three runs with Ava Marshall and Rylie Shanley, each with one.
The second game was a nail bitter against Waterloo, which Port Perry thought it came out on top 4-3; however, due to a technicality, the game was ruled a tie. Kaitlyn Hancock went the distance pitching the complete game for the Angels.
Games three and four resulted in losses at the hands of Milton Bats and UTM. The Angels final game of the tournament ended in a victory over Kitchener 9-7. Marissa Grainger received the win by going five strong innings, with Kaitlyn Hancock coming in to close out the game to reserve the win. The coaching staff of Ty Azzolin, Brian Bates and James Hancock are extremely pleased with the team's overall performance. To date with, the team posits a record of 34 wins, one tie and 14 losses while scoring 397 runs for and 237 against.