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Here’s where six Prince George baseball teams are competing for minor league glory

Teams are scattered across the province for B.C. Minor Baseball Championships

Starting tomorrow (Aug. 1), B.C. Minor Baseball is hosting year-end championships across several divisions in various cities bringing excitement and high-hopes for local associations.

Six Prince George programs will be among those contending for a league pennant in their respective age groups, including the Under-15 Knights on home soil at Nechako Park.

“Who knows, one day one of these kids in this tournament may be fortunate enough to be the next MLB prospect,” said Bantam Head Coach Curtis Sawchuk in an earlier interview with PrinceGeorgeMatters. “But more importantly, to just support local youth sports in Prince George. My goal at the beginning of all this was to give the kids an experience of a lifetime and something they will tell their kids when they get older.”

For three of the local clubs, including the Under-15 bantams, these will act as a tune-up tournament for Baseball B.C. Provincials later this month.

Here is a list of whom and where our Knights will look to conquer over the August long weekend:


  • Where = Kelowna
  • When = Aug. 1 to 5
  • Scheduled opponents = Vancouver, Penticton, Mission, Tri-City

The Prince George Surg Med Midget Knights are going for a third league title in four years.

They currently have a record of 7-10 in the Prince George Senior Men’s Baseball League


  • Where = Prince George (3303 North Nechako Rd.)
  • When = Aug. 1 to 5
  • Scheduled opponents = Vancouver, Burnaby, Ladner, North Langley, Layritz

The host Knights are looking for redemption after losing the 2018 final to Vancouver.


  • Where = Victoria
  • When = Aug. 1 to 5
  • Scheduled opponents = Penticton, Burnaby, Abbotsford, Chilliwack


  • Where = Abbotsford/Mission
  • When = Aug. 8 to 11
  • Scheduled opponents = TBD

The Prince George Floor Fashion Peewee Knights defeated Quesnel 2-1 in their best-of-three zone championship this past weekend and are getting over a week’s rest before heading to the Fraser Valley.

They went undefeated at their last tournament, the Valley of Champions in Kelowna.


  • Where = Nanaimo
  • When = Aug. 1 to 5
  • Scheduled opponents = Abbotsford, Cloverdale, Duncan, Richmond City

The Mosquito Knights went 2-2 at the Valley of Champions and are entering a field of 10 teams competing for the Tier One banner.


  • Where = Kamloops
  • When = Aug. 1 to 5
  • Scheduled opponents = Ridge Meadows, Abbotsford, Kamloops, Chilliwack

A struggling season for the youngest Knights squad is hoping to end on a high note.

More information and full schedules are on B.C. Minor Baseball’s website.