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Softball Canada – (Midland, MI) The Canadian Men’s National Team shut out Mexico 3-0 at the WBSC Junior Men’s World Softball Championship Monday night. Tyler Randerson (New Hamburg, ON) fired a one-hitter and struck out fourteen, while Canada got run-scoring singles by Jake Bricknell (Port Perry, ON) and Justin Laskowski (Warman, SK) with the other run scoring on an error.
After Randerson retired Mexico in order in the first on two strikeouts and a ground out, the offence didn’t waste any time getting him some runs. Jake Wiffen (Tavistock, ON) led off with a single and advanced to second after a walk to Alexandre Lemieux (St-Gervais, QC) before scoring on a single to right by Bricknell. Randerson struck out the side in the second, and got an insurance run in the bottom of the frame when Laskowski and Derek Hyde (Tavistock, ON) both forced one-out walks and an error on a ground ball to second allowed Laskowski to cross the plate and give Canada a 2-0 lead.
Mexico went down in order again in the third, and the red and white got a walk by Bricknell and a double by Daniel Godbout (St-Gervais, QC) to put runners on second and third with one out but was unable to add to its lead. After two quick innings in the fourth and fifth, Mexico got things going against Randerson in the top half of the sixth with a one-out triple, but Randerson notched two big strikeouts to keep the runner at third. In the bottom of the sixth, Godbout drew a leadoff walk and was replaced on the bases by James Shirley (Delisle, SK), who move up to second on a ground out to third and scored on a single to right by Laskowski. Randerson got a pair of ground balls and strikeout in the top of the seventh to close out the win.
Box Score: Canada 3 vs. Mexico 0
Randerson earned the complete game shutout, allowing only one hit and striking out fourteen in seven innings pitched. Godbout registered a double, with run-scoring singles going to Bricknell and Laskowski. Wiffen and Hyde each contributed singles as well.
The win improves Canada’s record to 1-1, while Mexico dropped to 1-1. Team Canada will be back in action against first-place Japan (3-0) at 4:00pm EDT on Tuesday. Live scoring and streaming are available through the event website.
In other scores on Monday, Japan blanked South Africa 14-0 and New Zealand 1-0, the Czech Republic shut out Botswana 9-0 and Denmark 8-0, Argentina beat Denmark 17-1 and Australia 9-1, New Zealand defeated Israel 17-0, the United States powered past Botswana 14-0 and Mexico won 8-1 against South Africa.



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