Walking Off Our West Coast League Opponents in Canada’s Tournament Capital.
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Next Home Series:
Yakima Valley Pippins: July 4, 5 & 6
The Kamloops NorthPaws got the second half of the West Coast League season off to a good start with a 6-2 victory over the Yakima Pippins on a drizzly Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium Monday night.
Sean Heppner (2-0) put up a stellar performance to pick up his second win of the season. He went five innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out eight - including two beer batters!
Unfortunately, the July 3rd game against Cowlitz has been cancelled due to the rain.
If you have tickets to today's game, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request reallocation to a different game during the 2022 regular season.
The 50/50 will still be drawn Sunday evening as planned. The pot is over $3,000 and tickets are available online at www.ksc5050.ca.
Zack Beatty's team-leading fifth home run of the season gave the Kamloops NorthPaws the lead they carried to a 5-2 victory over the Cowlitz Black Bears on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium Saturday night.
The rubber match goes Sunday afternoon - a delayed start time of 2:35pm on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium.
The Cowlitz Black Bears bats came alive to beat the Kamloops NorthPaws 13-4 on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium Friday night.
The NorthPaws bats came alive early and often on Sunday afternoon on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium to defeat the Port Angeles Lefties 7-4 and win the weekend series.
Félix Chénier-Rondeau scored three runs Sunday afternoon to help lift the NorthPaws to victory.
The Port Angeles Lefties equalized the weekend series with a 3-2 victory over the Kamloops NorthPaws on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium Saturday night.
Game 3 goes Sunday afternoon at 1:05pm on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium. The Darby Mills Project will play the Post-Game Patio Party once the final out is recorded on Sunday.
It was not the start to the homestand the Kamloops NorthPaws were looking for, but it was an ending the fans have become accustomed to as they bounced back to walk off the Port Angeles Lefties 6-5 in extra innings on Dearborn Ford Field at Norbrock Stadium Friday night.
Jackson Forbes ripped a line drive into right field to score Dylan Zavala and yet again earn the NorthPaws an extra-innings walk off victory at home.
The Kamloops NorthPaws split a pair of mid-week games in Nanaimo on Monday and Tuesday.
Nanaimo got the better of the visiting Kamloops side in a 2-1 extra innings win for the NightOwls on Monday, but the NorthPaws answered with an 8-6 victory on Tuesday.
The NorthPaws return home for a weekend series against the Port Angeles Lefties starting Friday night.
The Kamloops NorthPaws won one and lost one on the road against the Kelowna Falcons over the weekend.
The NorthPaws won 6-5 in extra innings on Friday and lost 8-2 on Saturday before Sunday's game was rained out in the Okanagan.
The NorthPaws now head to Nanaimo for a three-game series against the NightOwls.
Kamloops NorthPaws slugger Zack Beatty was named an honourable mention for the 2022 NJCAA Division I Baseball All-America teams.
Beatty, who posted a record-setting season for McCook Community College, was named as the designated hitter on the honourable mentions lineup - though he played much of the season at first base.
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the Kamloops Northpaws
The Kamloops NorthPaws is the newest team to join the West Coast League. The team will be made up of NCAA Division 1 and 2 players as well as local athletes and the inaugural season starts in the summer of 2022. The level of play in the West Coast League is outstanding, ranking among baseball’s top summer collegiate leagues, which will make for the highest calibre of baseball Kamloops has ever seen. The season is 54 games, including 27 home games to be played at Norbrock Stadium.
1500 Island Pkwy, Kamloops BC
Norbrock Stadium is a professional-sized baseball field that seats approximately 1,500 spectators. The stadium hosts multiple softball and baseball events in Kamloops each year, and was built in as a 1967 Canada Centennial Project on McArthur Island Park.