The final series is set in the North Saskatchewan River Baseball League,
The North Battleford Beavers have made the final against the Lloydminster Twins, and will begin the best of three finals series. Game one is in Lloydminster Aug 13, game two is Monday Aug. 17 in North Battleford, and game three if necessary is the next night, Aug.18, in Lloydminster.
The Beavers made the finals after sweeping both their playoff games on the weekend. They beat the Battlefords Trappers 4-0 on Saturday in North Battleford, and then they upset the defending champion Standard Hill Lakers 13-9 on Sunday.
The Twins got to the finals after beating the Border City Blue Jays 6-0 and then the Kindersley Stallions 6-2.
The Twins finished the season tied with the best record in the league at 7-1, good for first in the West division. The Beavers, meanwhile, had finished 4-4, behind the Trappers (5-3) and Standard Hill (7-1).
The league played a reduced schedule this season with each club playing eight times. All ten teams in the league this year were involved in the playoffs this year.
In the statistical categories, Brett Harrison of Standard Hill was the batting champion averaging .650 in 20 at bats, while Cooper Olson topped the pitching stats with four starts and a perfect ERA of 0.00.
The league has also announced the team MVPs for this season, all of whom are eligible for league MVP voting. Those are as follows:
Mervin Flyers - Drew Nelson
Standard Hill Lakers - Cooper Olson
Battlefords Trappers - Bob Hudec
North Battleford Beavers - Damon Schaefer
Meadow Lake Sox - Nathan Dancy
Unity Cardinals - Braden Polreis
Unity Junior Cardinals - Tanner Huber
Border City Jays - Colby Field
Lloyd Twins - Jayden Gardner
KIndersley Stallions - Blake Robertson