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Aaron Furger and his Minor Rookie Eagles Captured the Minor Rookie OBA Championship Labour Day weekend.

After getting routed in their tournament-opening contest by Markham, the Halton Hills minor rookie Eagles rebounded with six straight victories to claim the Baseball Ontario AA crown this past weekend in Brantford.

Other than a one-run win over St. Thomas, the Eagles romped to the title, outscoring their final four opponents 49-5, including two wins over Markham to avenge the opening defeat in the double-knockout tourney.

Baseball Ontario Championship:

Friday Sept 1st vs. Markham L 1-10 Sat Sept 2nd vs. Guelph W 12-3 Sat Sept 2nd vs. St. Thomas W 5-4 Sunday Sept 3rd vs. Newmarket W 9-0 Sunday Sept 3rd vs. Milton W 13-0 Monday Sept 4th vs. Markham W 17-3 Monday Sept 4th vs. Markham W 10-2





OBA Championship Weekend Recap:

The team opened their campaign on Friday night with a comfortable 10-5 win over Mississauga North. On Saturday, they had a tougher challenge in the morning, playing Brampton, but the offense woke up and the Eagles came out on top 17-9. Saturday afternoon was a tight contest against the hometeam, Brantford. The Eagles went down 4-0 after 4, but came alive in the 5th to tie the game, then went ahead by 1 in the top of the 7th. Solid defense shut down Brantford to preserve the 5-4 lead and the win.

Their 3-0 record got the Eagles a bye, and some valuable rest, on Sunday morning. In the afternoon, they faced their toughest challenge yet against Milton, who the Eagles were 2-2-1 against over the season. The boys played one of their best games of the year to post an 8-0 win and put themselves into the semi-finals as the only remaining undefeated team. In the semi-final, the Eagles faced an opponent they had not played all year, Vaughn. After an slow start, going down 3-0 after one inning, the Eagles woke up on offense and defense and posted an 8-4 win.

This set up a final showdown with Cambridge, the team that gave the Eagles their only tournament loss of the 2017 season. The final was a tight, tense, defensive game—the Eagles came out aggressively and put up 2 runs in the first inning, and this would be enough. They shut down Cambridge for the full 7 innings, not allowing a single runner to reach 3rd base. The final score was 2-0, giving the Eagles the AA championship, and back-to-back OBA titles, with a perfect 6-0 record.




he HHMBA is proud to post our upcoming tryout schedule for our Representational program for the 2018 season. Families are reminded to review the Tryout Policy prior to registering their player on line to begin the tryout process. Players from outside of the Halton Hills community are reminded that they must obtain a release or permission to tryout from their home Association prior to attending any HHMBA tryout. For more information, please contact Bob DeZeeuw ( or Wayne Peddie (

UPDATE There are some changes, please refer to schedule for details:

2010- – Minor Rookie

Add: Thursday 14th, 6 PM @ Barn

Delete: Saturday 16th, 3 PM # FG3

Delete: Sunday 17th, 1 PM # FG3

2009 – Rookie

Delete: Sunday 10th, 9 AM @ Gellert 1

Add: Sunday 10th, 1 PM @ Gellert 1

2006 – Minor Peewee

Delete: Sunday 10th, 1 PM @ Gellert 1

Add: Sunday 10th, 9 AM @ Gellert 1

2004 – Minor Bantam

Delete: Friday 15th, 6 PM @ FG!

Add: Thursday 14th, 6 PM @ Gellert 1

Delete: Tuesday 19th, 6 PM @ FG1

Add: Monday 18th, 6 PM @ FG1

2003 Bantam

Delete: Thursday 14th, 6 PM @ Gellert

Add: Friday 15th, 6 PM @ FG1






The Halton Hills Eagles Bantam AA team capped off an amazing season winning the AA OBA championship 4 – 3 against the Oakville A’s in walk off fashion in the bottom of the 8th inning to end an incredible game played by both teams in Guelph, Ontario. Nate Galvao went 2 – 4 with 2 RBI’s and hit a walkoff single with two out and two strikes to score Noah Warkentin from third base to start the celebration. Jack Nelson-Alves pitched 5 2/3rds and the closer Ryan Basha came in for the final 2 1/3rd to get the win for the Eagles. OBA and Team MVP Warkentin hit .609 for the tournament going 14 for 23 with 5 doubles, 2 triples and 11 RBI’s.

The team sponsored by Bayfield Ford (Humberview Group) won 4 tournaments during the year, plus the COBA qualifier, lost one in a semi-final and lost in the final of another in Lewiston, New York. The team played 65 games during the season and finished with a record of 53 wins, 10 losses and 2 ties.

Results from the 12 team double knockout provincial tourney as follows with one minor upset by Hamilton.

Game #1 Halton Hills 8 Guelph Royals 0

Game #2 Halton Hills 3 Barrie Red Sox 2

Game #3 Halton Hills 13 Mississauga Tigers 2

Game #4 Halton Hills 2 Oakville A’s 0

Game #5 Hamilton Cardinals 8 Halton Hills 4

FINAL Halton Hills 4 Oakville A’s 3