Category: Games

Jets come out on top vs Jr. Dino’s

Vauxhall, AB –

The Vauxhall Jets came out on top by a score of 6-2 in a low score affair.  Levi Abbott started on the mound going 3 IP allowing 3 hits, 1 run with 4 K’s and 2 BB’s.  Maddux Mateychuk threw 2 1/3 IP allowing 1 unearned runs with 2 BB’s and 4 K’s.  Carlin Dick finished things off going 1 2/3 IP allowing 1 hit with 1 K.  Offensively, the Jets were led by Jaxon Clemett who was 1 for 2.  Ty Wevers was 1 for 2.  Carlin Dick was 2 for 2 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Aaron Vulcano was 1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s and Hunter Porter was 1 for 3 with an RBI.

The Jets now travel to Lethbridge for a 9 am DH vs PBA at Spitz Stadium.

Jets open with a solid victory over Team SK!

Vauxhall, AB – 

It started as a tight low scoring affair before the Jets opened it up winning by a score of 11-2.  Ben Adams started on the mound going 3 IP allowing 1 hit with 2 K’s and 2 BB’s.  Jack Mount went 2 IP allowing 3 BB’s with 2 K’s.  Anson McGorman threw 1 IP allowing 2 hits, 2 unearned runs.  Nick Backstrom finished things off going 1 IP allowing 1 hit, 0 runs with 1 BB and 1 K.

Offensively, the Jets were led by Logan Domanski who was 3 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Kalem Haney was 1 for 4.  Max Grant was 2 for 3.  Ty Wevers was 1 for 2 with a double and an RBI.  Carlin Dick was 1 for 4 with 3 RBI’s.  Jackson Clemett was 1 for 3 with an RBI to round out the offense.

The Jets now match up with the Calgary Jr. Dino’s at 10 am – Jets Stadium.

Keith Jorgenson Tournament Schedule Posted!

Vauxhall, AB –

KEITH JORGENSON MEMORIAL SHOWCASE

SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2019
IRON SPRINGS DIVISION – 5 Teams

Jets
PBA 1
Dino’s Black
Team Sask
PBA 2

IRON SPRINGS DIVISION SCHEDULE

all games are seven innings long, with an international tie-breaker in effect.

single round-robin
THURSDAY
4:00 pm (Spitz) —-PBA 1 vs PBA 2

FRIDAY

3:00 pm (Spitz)—- PBA 1 vs. Dinos Black
6:00 pm (VX)—– Jets vs. Team Sask
6:00 pm  Spitz—PBA 2 vs. Dinos Black

SATURDAY

10:00 am (VX) —- Jets vs. Dinos Black
1:00 pm (Spitz)—- PBA 1 vs. Team Sask
4:00 pm (Spitz)—–Team Sask vs. Dinos Black

SUNDAY
9:00 am (Spitz)— Jets vs. PBA 1
9:00 am (Nolan)—PBA 2 vs Team Sask
12 pm (Spitz)—Jets vs. PBA 2
TURIN DIVISION – 7 Teams

Black Rock
St. Joes
Redbirds

Babe Ruth
NEZ
Moose Jaw
Dinos Yellow

TURIN DIVISION SCHEDULE

*all games are 5 innings, with the international tie-breaker.  8 run rule is in effect, after 3 1/2 innings.

*single round-robin games against all opponents..

FRIDAY

12 pm (VX) —- Black Rock vs. St. Joes
12 pm (Nolan)—–Jr. Dinos Yellow vs.Redbirds
2:00 pm (VX)—Black Rock vs. Moose Jaw

2:00 pm (Nolan)—-Redbirds vs. NEZ

4:00 pm (VX)—Moose Jaw vs. St. Joes
4:00 pm (Nolan)—NEZ vs. Dinos Yellow

SATURDAY

9:00 am (Nolan)—-Moose Jaw vs. Redbirds
11:00  am (Nolan)—-St. Joes vs. Babe Ruth
1:00 pm (Nolan)—St. Joes vs. Redbirds
1:00 pm (VX)—-Black Rock vs. Jr. Dinos Yellow
3:00 pm (Nolan)—-Moose Jaw vs. Babe Ruth
3:00 pm (VX)—–NEZ vs. Jr. Dinos Yellow
5:00 pm (VX)—–Black Rock  vs. NEZ
6:00 pm (Spitz) —Moose Jaw vs. Jr. Dino's Yellow
8:00 pm (Spitz)—-NEZ vs. Babe Ruth

SUNDAY

10:00 am (VX)——Black Rock vs. Babe Ruth
12 pm (Nolan)—-St. Joes vs. Jr. Dinos Yellow
1:00 pm VX)—–Moose Jaw vs. NEZ
2:00 pm (Nolan)—–Babe Ruth vs. Redbirds
3:00 pm (VX)—–St. Joes vs. NEZ
4:00 pm (Nolan)—–Jr. Dino's Yellow vs. Babe Ruth
*no team will play more than 15 innings any day

Tie Breaker:
1) Head to Head

2) least runs against (amongst teams tied)
3) least runs against (amongst entire tournament)

Couple tight losses to finish off a great fall weekend!

Lethbridge, AB – 

The Vauxhall lost a couple of closes games both by a score of 3-2  on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Lethbridge at Spitz Stadium (home of the Lethbridge Bulls).

Game 1 saw Maddux Mateychuk start on the mound going 3 IP allowing 3 hits, 2 runs, 0 earned runs, 3 BB’s and 4 K’s.  Shaye McTavish threw 2 IP allowing 1 hit, 0 runs with 2 K’s.  Nick Backstrom threw 1 IP allowing 2 hits, 1 run with 1 K.  Offensively the Jets were led by Jackson Clemett who was 1 for 3 and Hunter Porter was 1 for 1 to round out a quiet day at the plate against some good PBA arms.

Game 2 saw Jets fell again by a score of 3-2.  Reece Keller started on the mound going 2 IP allowing 2 hits, 3 runs with 3 BB’s and 3 K’s.  Levi Abbott threw 3 IP allowing 1 hit with 2 BB’s and 3 K’s.  Jackson Clemett finished things off going 1 IP allowing 2 hits, 0 runs with 2 K’s.  Offensively, the Jets were led by Logan Domanski who was 1 for 3.  Max Grant was 1 for 3 with a triple.  Nick Gravel was 2 for 3 and Josh Clark was 2 for 2.

The Jets will travel home and take on Team SK Friday night at 6 pm at Jets Stadium in the opener of the 2nd Annual Keith Jorgenson Tournament.

 

Solid day on a beautiful Saturday in Lethbridge!

Lethbridge, AB – 

It was a beautiful day for a DH at Lloyd Nolan Yard in Lethbridge.  The Jets came out on top by a score of 7-1 in game 1 and tied 6-6 in game 2.

In Game 1 saw Ben Adams start on the mound going 3 IP allowing 1 hit with 1 BB and 6 K’s.  Justin Adamoski threw 2 IP allowing 3 hits, 1 run with 4 K’s.  Anson McGorman finished things off going 2 IP with 3 K’s and 1 BB.  Offensively, the Jets were led by Kalem Haney who was 1 for 4 with a double.  Carlin Dick was 2 for 3 with a triple, double and an RBI.  Max Grant was 2 for 4 with a double, triple and 3 RBI’s.  Ty Wevers was 1 for 3 with an RBI.  Nick Gravel was 2 for 4.  Aaron Vulcano was 1 for 3.  Nick Backstrom was 1 for 3.  Mason Nordli was 1 for 3 to round out the offense.

Game 2 was back and forth ending in a 6-6 tie.  Tyler Boudreau started on the mound going 3 IP allowing 4 hits, 3 runs, 1 earned run with 8 K’s.  Hunter Porter threw 1 1/3 IP allowing 2 hits, 2 runs with 3 BB’s and 2 K’s.  Cole Alguire finished things off going 2 2/3 IP allowing 2 hits, 1 run with 2 BB’s and 2 K’s.  Offensively, the Jets were led by Carlin Dick who was 1 for 2.  Logan Domanski was 1 for 4 with an RBI.  Max Grant was 1 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Aaron Vulcano was 2 for 3.  Kalem Haney was 1 for 3.  Josh Clark was 1 for 1 to round out the offense.

The Jets will play another DH tomorrow at 11 am at Spitz Stadium.

2019/2020 is underway!

Vauxhall, AB –

The annual Spirit Game between PBA and the Jets took place on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon at Jets Stadium.  The Vauxhall Elementary School, Middle School and High School attend the afternoon game.

Levi Abbott started on the mound going 2 solid innings allowing 1 hit with 1 BB and 2 K’s.  Reece Keller threw 2 innings allowing 1 hit with 1 BB and 2 K’s.  Justin Adamoski threw better than the box score going 1 1/3 innings allowing 3 hits, 4 runs with 2 BB’s and 2 K’s.  Ben Adams threw 1 2/3 IP allowing 3 hits with 1 and 2 K’s.  Maddux Mateychuk threw 1 inning allowing 1 hit, 1 run with 1 BB.  Tyler Boudreau finished things off going 1 IP allowing 1 run with 1 K.

Offensively, the Jets were led by Logan Domanski who was 2 for 4 with a double and RBI.  Carlin Dick was 2 for 5 with an RBI.  Max Grant was 2 for 5 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Aaron Vulcano was 1 for 2 and Kalem Haney was 1 for 3 to round out the offense.

The Jets with travel to Lethbridge to take on the Prairie Baseball Academy with a 1 pm DH @ Nolan on Saturday and 11 am DH @ Spitz on Sunday.

Thomas Little drafted in the 33rd round by the Philadelphia Phillies!

Vauxhall, AB – 

Vauxhall Academy Jets standout – LHP Thomas Little (Lethbridge, AB) was drafted in the 33rd round, 990th overall by the Philadelphia Phillies.  Thomas is a 2 year standout for the Jets.  Little has signed a Letter of Intent to NJCAA Division 2 National Champs Oklahoma Enid Jets.  Congrats Thomas!!

Vauxhall Academy Jets standout – LHP Adam Macko (Stony Plain, AB) was drafted in the 7th round, 216th overall by the Seattle Mariners.  Adam is a 3 year standout for the Jets also participating in the 2019 P15 New Balance International Series for the World Team as well as the Area Code Games.  Macko signed a Letter of Intent to Purdue University.  Congrats Adam!!

Jets alumni (2014/2016) Josh Burgmann was drafted in the 2019 MLB 1st year player draft out of the University of Washington Huskies. Former Jet RHP Josh Burgmann (Namaimo, BC) was drafted in the 5th round, 162nd overall by the Chicago Cubs.  Josh was a standout for the Jets for 3 years and has had a very successful career at the University of Washington Huskies.  Congrats Josh!!

Below is a list of other Jets who have been drafted in previous seasons:

2007 – Cody Phipps – Houston Astros –signed

2008 – Lionel Morrill – Minnesota Twins – attended College of Southern Idaho

2009 – Steven Inch – Philadelphia Phillies – signed

2009 – Adam Nelubowich – Seattle Mariners – currently attending Washington State University

2009 – Brandon Petite – Houston Astros – attended Texas Tech University

2009 – Jordan Wong – Milwaukee Brewers – attended Hill College

2009 – Dale Anderson – Texas Rangers – attended College of Southern Idaho

2009 – Jay Johnson – Baltimore Orioles – attended Texas Tech University

2010 – Jay Johnson – Toronto Blue Jays 2011 – Jay Johnson – Philadelphia Phillies – signed

2011 – Ben Dartnell – Boston Red Sox – attended Eastern Michigan University

2011 – Brendan Hendriks – Philadelphia Phillies – attended University of San Fransico

2012 – Logan Seifrit – Seattle Mariners – signed

2013 – Adam Nelubowich – Houston Astros – signed

2013 – Chris Thibideau – San Diego Padres –  North Florida University

2014 – Ben Onyshko – Milwaukee Brewers –  Stetson University

2016- Josh Burgmann – St. Louis Cardinals – currently attending University of Washington

2018 – Damiano Palmegiani – Toronto Blue Jays – currently attending Cal State Northridge

Jets finish the season off with a win over Lethbridge Bulls!

 

Lethbridge, AB –

It was the final game of the 2019 for the Vauxhall Jets and it ended the way it started with a victory.  This time it was the Lethbridge Bulls falling to the Jets by a score of 8-5.  The victory is a tremendous accomplishment for the Jets against a much older and experienced group.  Final record on the the season 35-5-2.  That stamped the record book as the greatest winning percentage in the 13th year history of the Jets.

Adam Macko started on the mound and in true Macko fashion was dominant.  Macko went 5 1/3 IP allowing 2 hits, 0 runs with 1 BB and 5 K’s to earn the victory.  Evan O’Toole threw 2 IP allowing 0 hits,  with 2 K’s.  Matt Wiggins threw an inning in relief allowing 5 runs and Ben Adams earned the save with 2 K’s.

Offensively, the Jets were led by Dayton Peters who was 3 for 5 with a double and RBI.  Shayne Campbell was 3 for 5 with 3 RBI’s.  Carlin Dick was 2 for 3 with an RBI.  Ty Wevers was 1 for 3.  Josh Malainey was 1 for 4.  Nick Gravel was 1 for 3 and Logan Domanski was 1 for 2 to round out the offense.

The Jets would like to thank everyone for following and supporting us in the 2019 campaign.  We look forward to seeing you around Jets Stadium in the fall of 2019!!

 

Jets continue winning ways with a 8-0 victory!

Missoula, MT – 

It was another game where the Jets offense was ready to roll and pitching was dominant.  Ben Adams started on the mound going 3 IP allowing 1 hit, 2 BB’s and 4 K’s.  Matt Wiggins threw 1 IP allowing 1 hit with 1 K.  Justin Adamoski threw 1 IP allowing 1 hit with 1 K.

Offensively, the Jets were led by Carlin Dick who was 3 for 4 with 3 RBI’s.  Max Grant was 2 for 2.  Nick Gravel was 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s.  Evan O’Toole was 1 for 3 with a double and an RBI.  Logan Grant was 2 for 2.  John Vulcano rounded out the offense going 1 for 4.

The Jets will finish off the round robin vs Coeur d alene Idaho at 12:30pm.  The finals are scheduled for 6 pm if the Jets make the final.

Jets make a statement in game 1 vs Missoula!

Missoula, MT – 

After a long travel day the Jets came out and made a statement winning 12-0.  We played as complete a game as we have all year.  It started on the mound with Adam Macko absolutely dominant going 4 IP allowing 1 hit with 0 BB’s and 12 K’s.  Yes 12 K’s.  Evan O’Toole finished things off going 1 IP with 2 K’s and was also electric.

Offensively, the Jets were explosive with Dayton Peters leading the way going 4 for 4 with a double and a HR with 4 RBI’s.  Max Grant was 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI.  Carlin Dick was 3 for 3 with a triple and 3 RBI’s.  Shayne Campbell was 2 for 4 with a double and 3 RBI’s.  Jackson Clemett was 1 for 4 with an RBI.  John Vulcano was 1 for 4.

The Jets will now take on Butte tomorrow at 1:30 pm at Maverick Stadium