13U PeeWee (Born 2009-2010)
The Pee Wee Division is for players born in 2009 & 2010.
In this division, the Spring season is tiered into two levels. The 'AA' program is designed for the more advanced player while the Single'A' program is designed for the less advanced, recreational player.
The Single 'A' teams play an interlocking schedule with Port Coquitlam and Ridge Meadows consisting of 15 to 20 games (depending upon number of teams). Games have historically been played Wednesday and Sunday with practice on a third day. The Spring Season ends in June.
Typically we have two Spring 'AA' teams who play an interlocking schedule with all the Lower Mainland Associations. Games have historically been played Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday with practices scheduled around games. Players selected to the 'AA' teams are not guaranteed a spot on the Summer 'AAA' team or Summer 'AA' team.
The Peewee Division uses the Coquitlam Town Centre Turf Field, Aspenwood Elementary and Panorama Elementary for games and practices.
All those players interested in trying out for Spring 'AA' are given the opportunity during the evaluations which take place in late February. Those players interested in Single 'A' will undergo an evaluation after the 'AA' evaluations. All Single 'A' teams are to be balanced.
Lead offs are permitted and the balk rule is introduced. Pitch counts for pitchers will be according to BC Minor guidelines. The base paths are set at 70 feet and the distance from home plate to the pitching rubber is set at 48 feet. The fences are set at a minimum of 180' down the lines and 200' in centre field. A regulation game is 7 innings, but could be called earlier for a permitted reason.
Players must supply their own glove, batting helmet, athletic support and pants. Jerseys, socks, hats and standard bats are provided by the association.
Summer Ball is offered at three levels (A, AA, AAA). Coquitlam Moody Minor Baseball will field a team or teams dependent upon availability of players and coaches. Fall Ball is also offered starting in late August and ending in early October.
Any questions please contact the Peewee Coordinator
Sandlot Summer Showdown Champions! July 19-21st 2019 - Nanaimo
The Tri City Thunder PeeWee AA team wins the Summer Sandlot Showdown in Nanaimo this past weekend! The Thunder beat Campbell River 4-3 (MVP:Jack Macleod), Victoria Blue 4-1 (MVP: Patrik Ludviks), tied Ladysmith 7-7 (MVP:Ethan Carson) in the game of the tournament and beat Little Mountain 21-2 (MVP: Lucas Michaud) to go undefeated in round robin play and earn a berth in the final against Victoria Red. Jack Macleod got the start in the finale and threw a no-hitter with 13 K's to seal the championship with a score of 9-0. Thanks to Nanaimo Minor Baseball for hosting a great tournament!
2019 Don Breu Champions!!
The Tri City Thunder Peewee AA team WINS the Don Breu 13U Invitational Tournament!
The team rolled through the round robin portion with a 4-0 record beating Chilliwack 11-1, Cloverdale 2-1, Ridge Blue 19-3, and Ridge Black 8-6 to advance to the semi finals Monday.
The semi-finals ended in a 10-0 win over North Delta. Abbotsford beat Ladner to advance to the final vs the Thunder.
In the final the bats stayed hot and the Thunder took home the trophy with a 20-2 win.
MVP award winners included Patrik Ludviks, Liam Hallman, Logan McNamara, Jordan Glowinkowski, Jack MacLeod and Matteo Ramponi.
It was a great team effort by the boys all weekend!
2018 Pee Wee AA & A
West Kelowna Tournament
West Kelowna Tournament CMMBA Peewee A Reds Do It Again! Congratulations to the CMMBA Peewee A Reds on their Gold Medal finish at the West Kelowna tournament last weekend (June 2-4). The bats were on fire all weekend and the team scored 71 runs in the 3 round robin games alone. The players, parents and…Read More
Abbotsford Tournament PeeWee A Reds Win Abbotsford Tournament Congratulations to the PeeWee A Reds on their Gold Medal performance at the Abbotsford PeeWee Tournament May 26-28. After a close loss to the Abbotsford Redsox in their first game, the team rallied to win their next 2 games in order to give them a chance to play…Read More