Category: 2022

LCFS 2022

Catch all of the NCABL post-season action in this, our 55th consecutive year of operation

Catch all of the NCABL post-season action in this, our 55th consecutive year of operation

League Championship Semi-Final Series A:  (best of three)

August 18, 2022:  Parkland Twins  – 11      @       St. Albert Cardinals – 1  

August 20, 2022:  St. Albert Cardinals – 7  @    Parkland Twins   – 8     

League Championship Semi-Final Series B:  (best of three)

August 19, 2022:  Westlock Red Lions – 9 @      Fort Sask. Reds  -1        

August 21, 2022:  Fort Sask. Reds  – 3       @      Westlock Red Lions  – 13

The Red Lions and Twins advance to the League Championship Series

League Championship Final Series:  (best of three)

#1   Westlock Red Lions  – 5 vs. Parkland Twins 6  

#2  Parkland Twins – 2 vs. Westlock Red Lions – 0   

Parkland Twins win LCFS in two straight games at Keller Field in Westlock

ceremonies have been scheduled as follows:

Schultz Memorial Award               
             Saturday Aug. 27  Pre-game

of the Championship Series             
             To follow final game of series

               To follow final game of

Championship Trophy               
                 To follow final
game of series

All Star return

The return of the NCABL All-Star Game in 2022 was a success.  Both All-Star Clubs posed together following the game played at Telus Field.  Team B edged Team A by a score of 5 – 4 in what was a most entertaining baseball game.

All-Star Game Returns to Remax Field in 2022

All-Star Game Returns to Remax Field in 2022

After a two year hiatus, the North Central Alberta Baseball League All-Stars will be returning to Remax Field to resume a long standing tradition.  Covid interrupted this significant baseball event in both 2020 and 2021 but the League boldly moved forward in both years with an abbreviated regular season.  The newly renovated Remax Field, home of the Edmonton Riverhawks, will be a beautiful venue for the return of the League’s All-Stars.  Despite having lost three franchises following the 2021 campaign, the League has slowly re-stabilized, and is hopeful to add to its numbers in the not too distant future.  In the meantime, the League proudly celebrated the announcement of its official 2022 All-Star Club following the results of League wide balloting this afternoon.  The voted All-Stars were chosen from across the entire League and will form part of two rosters representing divisional rivals.  Next week, management will be releasing the names of additional players selected to represent each division.  The two divisions emerge from splitting clubs according to the standings as of July 1st.  Odd numbered clubs in the standings will face off against the even numbered clubs.  Official names for each of the All-Star squads based on their promotional affiliations have yet to be named by the League.  

The voted All-Stars by position and club affiliation are as follows:

Pitcher Mac Hillman                         Parkland Twins

Catcher Jared Lamb                        Parkland Twins

First Base Jarett Wilson                 St. Albert Cardinals

Second Base Josh Fisher               Parkland Twins

Third Base Kirk Lachance               Parkland Twins

Shortstop Ryan Poeter                    Parkland Twins

Outfield Hayden Chies                     Westlock Red Lions

Outfield Nathan Brown                     Westlock Red Lions

Outfield Luc Riopel                            St. Albert Cardinals

Utility Peter Shepert                          St. Albert Cardinals