Deer Park, WA – The 2018 ISC Legends World Tourney held in Kitchener Ontario on August 16-18 has a new champion; Sudbury Relics. Sudbury relics won the Legends WT with Bay Area Merchants second and Eagle Pack and Hammer Down Legends sharing 3rd.
Pitching was dominate with 10 shut out games in the 3 day ISC Legends Tourney. Ward Gosse (Most Valuable Player award winner) had 4 wins, 49 strike outs and .52 era. Ward also drove in the winning and only run in the championship game as well as pitching a shutout victory for Sudbury Relics.
David Beets (Outstanding Pitching Award winner) finished tourney with 4 wins, 24 strike outs and .52 era.
Tim Neill with the Waterdown Hammer Legends and Kevin Kammueller with the Eagle Pack also each had 3 wins.
Leading hitter was Dennis Brownfield with .750 batting average for Ohio Battery team.
Three players with 6 rbi’s: Brian McGuire (Dieppe Legends), Darren Hunt (Midland Explorers) and Michael Makowiec (All Seasons Patriots).
Randy Potskin had only 3 at bats with 2 home runs to share most home runs with Jeff lane and Eddie Roy.
The all star team featured 12 players from six different teams:
Dennis Brownfield (Ohio Battery)
Eric Linnell (Bay Area Merchants)
Pat Brennan (Sudbury Relics)
Roddy Wetherell (Scout Logistics)
Terry Challis (Scout Logistics)
Joel Belanger (Sudbury Relics)
Keith Peterson (Eagle Pack)
Pete Kucharuk (Waterdown Hammer Legends)
Kelly Wenstrom (Sudbury Relics)
Ward Gosse (Sudbury Relics)
Davis Beets (Bay Area Merchants)
Tim Neill (Waterdown Hammer Legends)
OUTSTANDING PITCHER; David Beets (Bay Area Merchants)
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Ward Gosse (Sudbury Relics)