(Granby) In lack of players, Ben Gariepy Emilie Laliberte called on Monday night in Saint-Eustache. This has not prevented the Junior Warriors AA bowing 7-3.
“Emily has a very good glove and we will make it a place in the team, explained Gariépy. I do not know if it will be there at every game, but it will be there often. In fact, it would have started the season with us if she wanted to. But the return of her American university, she wanted to rest a little … ”
Laliberte played shortstop Monday, but it will also be used at second base. It was zero in three Monday, but it is not there for his slashing. She has worn the uniform of the Warriors two years ago.
“I was missing 10 players in Saint-Eustache, resumed Gariepy. And it was not a question of injury, but availability. I was not happy and I told the guys! ”
The Warriors (8-4), who occupy the first place overall in the Provigo-Montreal section of the Junior League AA Quebec will be in Saint-Constant Wednesday night. They defeated the Cobras 7-6 at the stadium Napoleon Fontaine Sunday.
With the Quebec team
Moreover, Emilie Laliberté will of the Quebec team for the National Championships senior women’s baseball, to be held at the end of August in Red Deer, Alberta. It was after this tournament she will if she will represent Canada at the Women’s Baseball World Cup, which will be presented in Korea.
In the same vein, another Granbyenne, Joany Giroux was selected in the Quebec Team at the Canadian Women’s Baseball Championship under 16, to be held in August as well, but in Ontario it case. Sylvain Laliberte, Francis Cloutier and Thierry Rodrigue, all of Granby, will lead the training.