Congratulations to the following players who represented Team Alberta at the Prospect Series in Lethbridge

Logan Wedgewood

Derek Shedden

Kasey Deen

Dylaney Brown

2010 16U Tournament Champions

2010 Provincials 4th place

2010 Kalispell Canadian Days Tournament Champions

Game 3 in Pullman - The Cards put up 5 early runs in the 1st inning on hits by Logan Wedgewood, James Felderhof, Dylaney Brown and Jonas Coyes. Jacob Narbonne pitched solid into the 4th inning, but then was lifted for relief. Rockwell, Brown and Kotcherofski threw innings out of the pen. The Cards let the PC Diamond Jacks back into the game eventually in the 6th inning, allowing some hits and walks. The game was complete after 7 innings and finished a 6-6 tie (tournament rules).

Game 2 in Pullman - The Cards lost a close one at the WSU stadium this morning, losing 3-2 to the Boys of Summer Stampede. Logan Wedgewood pitched a complete game (10 hits, 3 K, 0 BB) in the loss. The Cards only managed 1 hit through 6 innings (a lead off single by James Felderhof in the 1st innings). A leadoff single in the 7th by Walker Craig was a good start. Kasey Deen scored him with a double to the wall, but was thrown out trying to stretch it into a triple. The Cards had 3 hits, and 2 errors.

Game 1 in Pullman - The Cards dropped the first game of the weekend 7-4 to the Seattle Stars. The Cards only managed 4 hits and K'd 13 times. Mitchell St. Laurent pitched solid in the loss, but some 2 out errors cost the Cards some runs. Logan Wedgewood and Cooper Langley had doubles in the loss.

Game 5 in Great Falls - The Cardinals rebounded with a better effort on Monday, winnings the final game of the weekend 12-2. Jonas Coyes pitched solid in the start, with Dylaney Brown pitching 3 innings of relief. The Cards had hits throughout the lineup.

Game 3 and 4 in Great Falls - The Cardinals played poorly in both games, dropping both today. 19-7 in 5 innings to the Strathmore Reds and 10-0 to the Great Falls Electrics.

Game 2 in Great Falls - The Cardinals got mercied by the home town Great Falls Electrics tonight (10-0 in 5 innings). The Cardinals committed 7 errors, walked 5 and gave up only 3 hits in the loss. That pretty much told the story.

Game 1 in Great Falls - The Cardinals won their 1st game of the weekend 15-0 in 5 innings today. Mitchell St. Laurent pitching a scoreless 4 innings and Russell Rockwell threw 1 inning in relief. The Cards bats were alive, along with some walks and Great Falls errors. Cooper Langley, Tylar Heigh, James Felderhof, Dylaney Brown and Ryan Gazley all had RBIs.

Game 4 -- The Cards won their final game of the "Canadian Days" tournament in Kalispell 12-2 over the Lewistown Redbirds in 6 innings yesterday. Ryan Gazely pitched 4 innings and gave up only 2 hits and 2 runs (only 1 earned). Russell Rockwell and Jonas Coyes both pitched 1 inning each in shutout relief. The Cards once again put out an offensive effort with 11 hits and 12 runs. Kasey Deen, Dylaney Brown, Logan Wedgewood, Cooper Langley and Jacob Narbonne chipped in with RBI hits. The Cardinals defense faltered a little bit committing 5 errors. 2 double plays helped out and the offense bailed out the D.

Game 3 -- The Cards picked up their 3rd win of the weekend with a 12-9 victory over Fort McLeod. Mitchell St. Laurent was hit around a bit, but battled to get through 4 innings (8 hits, 7 runs, 4 Ks and 0 BB). Andrew Kotcherofski and Kasey Deen pitched innings in relief, with Deen picking up the save. James Felderhof and Walker Craig dropped in solo homeruns. Cooper Langley was 2 for 4 with a double and a Grand Slam. Dylaney Brown and Tylar Heigh also chipped in with hits and RBIs.

Game 2 -- Solid pitching, good defense and lots of hitting gave the Cardinals their 2nd win of the weekend. Logan Wedgewood pitched 5 innings (5 hits, 3 Ks, 0 BB) and Jordan Demer put in 1 inning of relief as the Cardinals beat the Glacier Twins 12-0 in 6 innings. A 10 run top of the 6th was the story as the Cards batted around the order. James Felderhof was 4 for 4 with 3 doubles and 4 RBIs. Everyone else chipped in with hits scattered throughout the lineup. Cards had 12 hits, and committed 0 errors.



Game 1 -- A good pitching performance from Jacob Narbonne (7 IP, 5 Ks, 1 run, 2 BB) and hits scattered throughout the lineup led the Cardinals to the win in their first game in Kalispell, MT. Walker Craig, Tylar Heigh, James Felderhof and Mitchell St. Laurent all chipped in with multi-hit games, including a 3-run home run to centerfield by Tylar Heigh. The Cardinals played solid defense, only committing 1 error.

-- January 7th, 2010.

2010 Tournaments confirmed:

Kalispell, Montana                              May 21-23

Great Falls, Montana                          May 28-31

Pullman, Washington                         June 4-6

Peter Devries                                      June 24-27

Kamloops, British Columbia              July 1-4


December 10th, 2009.

2 forms for the 2010 Winter Workouts at Kinsmen Sports Centre have been posted under handouts.  There will be a mailout but feel free to take your copy of the form now.    If you are new to Edmonton or interested in trying out for one of the Cardinals teams email Rod Scammell  at to get added to the mailing list.

September 8th, 2009.

Congratulations to the following Cardinals players for being selected to the Team Alberta Prospect series teams in Brandon Manitoba.  Players selected were:  Garrett Cyr, Kevin Czarnecki, Markus Fergusson, Ryan Kosolofski, Jacob Narbonne, Cory Scammell, and Logan Wedgewood. 

August 16th
, 2009.

Game 1:  Cards defeat Strathmore Reds 8-1 behind the 6 inning 10K effort by Ethan Elias.
Game 2:  Cards Cooper Langley rips a 2 strike single in the bottom of the 7th as the Cards walk off with a victory 8-7 over Medicine Hat Knights.  Walker Craig picks up the victory in relief and Chad Hodges takes the loss in his complete game effort.
Game 3:  Cards lose in extra innings to Calgary PBF Redbirds 9-8 but had clinched first place in their pool earlier in the day.

Championship Final:   Cards claim their 3rd 16 and under Provincial Championship with a 4-1 victory in the final over Taber.  Ryan Kosolofski threw a complete game 4 hitter for the victory and was awarded the tournament MVP.

A huge thank you to the parent volunteers and especially to Rhena St.Laurent, Deb Kosolofski, and Dan Rude for their continuous work at the fields. 


August 1st, 2009.

Edmonton Cardinals pitcher Steven Inch has signed a professional contract to play for the Philadelphia Phillies.   Steven was a 6th round draft choice of the Phillies in the 2009 MLB amateur draft.

July 27th, 2009.

Season ends with a a player or two decide Coach Miller needed to take a swim in Cyr's pool.   One by one "most" parents got similar treatment clothes and all.

July 27th, 2009.

Report just in from Legion Park in St. Albert where Matty McGee goes the distance as Cards 1 scratch out 4 sixth inning runs to defeat Okotoks Red Dawgs 6-2 in the Tier 1 Midget Performance Provincial Championship.   Congratulations to the players and coaches as they start to prepare for Nationals in Fredericton, New Brunswick.  Speedy  Tommy Muhlethaler starts the two out rally beating out a ground ball to short, Steven Inch singles, Kevin Czarnecki walks, and Karsen Kalvaitis fouls off numerous pitches before blooping a single over third to drive in two to break the tie.  Cardinals add two more runs on a ground ball to the six hole by Jeremy Harasymchuk that was thrown away at first.

July 26th, 2009.

Cards win the tier 2 Midget Performance Provincial Championship 13-2 over the Ft.McMurray Braves.   Ryan Koslofski kept pounding the strike zone and the defence made the plays as the Braves ran out of fresh arms in the final.   James Felderhof picked up the most valuable player award for a solid week-end at the plate and behind the dish.  Cyr with a triple, an rbi, and 3 runs scored, Scammell 2 singles, 2 rbi, and 3 runs scored, and Fergusson a single and 3 runs scored were setting the table for Smith in the clean up spot who drove in 4 runs.  Felderhof chipped in with a single, double and 2 rbi.  Grover extended his hitting streak to 4 games with a 5th inning single.

July 25th, 2009.

Cards were all over the bases as they wore 7 pitches, drew 10 walks and collected 12 hits in a 13-5 win over Calgary.  Bailey threw a solid 4 innings as he continues to work up his pitch count after an injury plagued season.  Craig tossed 3 innings of relief for the save.  Down was on base 5 times with an rbi single, 3 walks and a hit by pitch.  Gazley drives in 3 runs with a single and 2 hit by pitches.  Felderhof with a single, double, sacrifice fly and 2 hit by pitches drove in 3 runs.

In the 2nd game of the day the Cardinals broke open a scoreless tie in the bottom of the 5th with a Grover double, a Heigh drag bunt and a Scammell ground out.  In the 6th the Cardinals added 3 insurance runs on singles by Felderhof, Bailey and a 2 rbi double by Kohlman.   Langley had 5 assists at 3rd to support the Fergusson gem on the mound as Markus scattered 2 hits and struck out eight in the complete game 4-0 shutout over Ft McMurray.

July 22nd, 2009.

Cards 1 escape with a 4-2 victory despite being outhit 6-2 by the younger Cards 2 team.  Cyr with 3 singles, Craig and Felderhof with a double each, and a single by Langley.   Gazley tosses 3 innings of no hit shut out baseball.

July 20th, 2009.

Congratulations to Markus Fergusson for making the Team Alberta Canada Cup final roster.

July 12th, 2009.

Cards comeback in Westlock falls short as pinch hitter Kirk Smith's bases loaded smash off the pitchers leg gets redirected to the third baseman.  Kosolofski and Scammell give up 3 hits in the loss.   Fergusson misses the triple for the cycle as he singles, doubles off the fence, and homers driving in 3 runs.

July 11th, 2009.

Cards drop a pair of 7-4 games to Sherwood Park A's on a sunny afternoon at John Fry Park. 

July 5th, 2009.

Cards finish the Kamloops tournament with an 8 - 0 victory over Victoria Black Sox.  Ryan Kosolofski tosses a complete game no hit shutout and is supported by nice defensive plays in the infield by Down and Cyr.  

July 4th, 2009.

Starter Mitch St Laurent had a shaky first but then settled down to record 16 outs in the air as the defence was solid.  The Cards stranded 8 runners in the last 3 innings of play that ultimately was the difference in the well played game.  Kosolofski with 2 hits and 2 runs batted in, Cyr with 2 hits and 2 runs scored, Smith with 4 walks, and Fergusson with a single and a double were offensive highlights. 

July 3rd, 2009.

Smith throws a complete game and the Cards exploded for 8 runs in the top of the sixth to break open a tight game and defeat the Calgary Longhorns 10-2 in Kamloops.

July 1st, 2009.
Spruce Grove scores three in the bottom of seventh inning to walk off with a win.

June 21, 2009.

Thank you to the Cardinals parents for giving your time to make sure the Peter Devries tournament ran smoothly.  Your actions are planting the seeds for the volunteers of tomorrow. 

June 21, 2009

Cardinals history was made today as Cards 2 scored 4 runs in the first and 3 more in the second and held on to the victory over Cardinals team 1   8-4 in semi-final action at the Devries.   In the top of the first inning 2 walks followed by consecutive singles by Kosolofski, Fergusson, Smith and Scammell put 4 runs on the board.  In the 3rd an error, a walk, and RBI singles by Smith and Langley put 3 more runs on the board.  That was enough runs for player of the game Ryan Kosolofski as he scattered 3 hits and struck out six for the complete game victory.  The senior Cards mounted a late comeback scoring 2 unearned runs in both the sixth and the seventh but their rally fell short.

In the final game of the Devries, the Spruce Grove starter outdueled Cardinals Mitchell St.Laurent to lead the Sox to victory 5-2 in a well pitched game.  Cyr with 2 singles, Fergusson, Gazley, Scammell, and Smith with 1 single each was all the offence the Cards could manage.  Player of the game for the Cards was Tylar Heigh who made some nice defensive plays behind the dish and drew a walk.

June 20, 2009.

Cards advance to the playoff round of the Devries with a 6 to zero
victory over Calgary Reds.  Markus Fergusson struck out 11 hitters to win player of the game.  Smith cracked a triple and 2 singles, while Craig, Kosolofski, and St.Laurent had 2 singles each.

In the evening game Red Deer Braves dropped the Cards 10-2.  James Felderhof collected player of the game with 2 singles and 2 runs scored.  Kirk Smith hit a deep double to drive in a run.  A double by Cyr, and singles by Fergusson and Kohlman.

June 18, 2009.

Cards open the Peter Devries tournament with a 4-2 victory over Sherwood Park A's.  Cards swipe six bases in the first inning to back the complete game on the mound by Kirk Smith.  Singles by Gazley, Cyr, and Fergusson led the offence.  Kirk Smith wins Cards player of the game.

June 13, 2009.

Cards can't hold two leads and drop 2 games 11-10 to St. Albert and 15-13 to Red Deer Braves in week-end action in St. Albert.  Fergusson with 3 doubles and 1 triple on the day to drive in 5 runs.  Langley with a double, 2 singles and a walk.  Felderhof drew 4 walks, hit a single, and stole 3 bases.

June 10, 2009.

Former Edmonton Cardinals right hander Steven Inch was selected in the 6th round 197th overall by the Philadelphia Phillies.

June 7, 2009.

Wednesday - 515pm pre-game b.p. at Goldstick for 7pm game vs Spruce Grove.  White pants.
Thursday - 615pm practice JFP.
Friday - off day.

June 5, 2009.

Cards drop their first game at WSU 6-1 to Seattle Stars despite a solid effort on the mound by Kirk Smith.  Cards made some very nice defensive plays but couldn't solve the opposing pitcher.

June 2nd, 2009.

Cards drop a 13-2 decision to St Albert.  Doubles by Kosolofski and Bailey and singles by Grover, Scammell, and Felderhof was all the offence the Cards could come up with.

May 31st, 2009.

Cards drop the first game of the week-end but rebound with 2 wins on Sunday taking the first game 12-2 and the 2nd game 2-1 in the bottom of eight.  Kosolofski tosses a complete game 5 hitter striking out 8.  In game 1 Cyr has 4 singles and 3 runs scored, Down/Scammell a single and two rbi's each, and Langley had an rbi single and 3 walks.  In the 2nd game, Scammell gave up 6 hits thru 7 innings and Grover came in to pitch the eighth for the victory.  Grover also led off the bottom of eighth with a single and scored the winning run.  Cards lose cleanup hitter Fergusson early in first game to a badly sprained ankle.  We wish Markus a speedy recovery.

May 25th, 2009.

The pitchers just continue to try to outshine each other.  Ryan Kosolofski gave up 2 unearned runs in the 2nd inning and took a no hitter into the eighth inning striking out twelve along the way.  Unfortunately it wasn't meant to be as the Cards gave up 5 runs in the top of 8 to lose the final 7-2 to the Great Falls Black Sox.  Cards scored two in the bottom of the first but couldn't solve the opposing pitcher who threw 2 complete games against us with one day rest in between.

May 24th, 2009.

Today's morning game played in light rain throughout.  Grover and Craig combined for the 11-1 victory on the mound.  The evening game was played in excellent conditions and the defence was solid in the 10-1 victory behind the 74 pitch complete game by Mitch St.Laurent. 

May 23rd, 2009.

On the road in Great Falls.

For the parents and fans that missed these two games you missed some good baseball.  2 one hitters by Cards pitchers in one day.   Zero errors in 2 games and some solid defensive plays.  2 quality opponents and your sons played well.  Game 1 we were led by Kirk Smith on the mound who struck out 10 hitters and gave up 1 single and 2 walks in the game.  Offensively we were led by Langley and Scammell with 2 singles each.  Fergusson and Kosolofski hit key doubles and Felderhof hit a single.

Game 2 Markus Fergusson picked up the win on the mound striking out seven and giving up 1 hit.  Walker Craig came in to strike out the side in the last inning for the save.  Singles by Cyr, Heigh, Bailey, Felderhof, and Smith.  Sacrifice flys by Kohlman and Kosolofski.  Scammell 4 walks and Grover 2 walks.


April 20, 2009.

Taber Super 8 - (403) 223-8181 for Vauxhall trip.
Super 8 - (406) 755-1888 for Kalispell trip.
Super 8 - (406) 727-7600 for Great Falls trip.


February 19, 2009.

Tournament dates have been updated.

Parent information meeting about our summer program at the end of camp Saturday at Kinsmen Sports Centre.

November 4, 2008.

2009 tournaments confirmed.

- Kalispell - Victoria Day week-end - May 15-17
- Great Falls - Tom Taleff -  May 21-25
- Palouse Summer Series - Washington State University - June 4-7
- Edmonton - Peter Devries Classic - June 18-21
- Kamloops - 9th Annual Canada Day - July 2-5

October 17th, 2008.

Cardinals winter workouts will start Saturday, January 10th, 2009 from 10am to 1pm at Kinsmen Sports Centre.   Wednesday workouts will start January 14th, 2009  7pm - 915pm.   If you are new to Edmonton or are interested in joining the Cardinals program contact Coach Scammell to get your email on the list for a registration package.


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