1922 Tournaments/Exhibitions      


(July 17)   Lefty Faulkner fired a four-hitter and whiffed 15 as Weyburn defeated Dooley, Montana, 6-1 at Weyburn.  Larson took the loss.

Faulkner (W) and Willard
Larson (L) and Markison

Saskatoon Exhibition Tournament   

1922 marked the beginning of the Exhibition Tournament in Saskatoon. The inaugural affair was a ltitle confusing as teams were being added and dropped right up until the day before the start of play. Macklin, which had been removed from the schedule as it was reported they were unable to make the trip, decided to come after all while Drake and North Battleford, seen as possible tournament favourites, were compelled to drop out. 

(July 18)  In the opening game of the Saskatoon Tournament, Conquest dumped Biggar 16-9. Third baseman Bissitt was a hero for the winners belted out four hits, including a home run and two triples, and scored four times. F. Beavis and McGuire each had three hits. Morris allowed ten hits in going the distance for the win.

B. Lee (L), C. Lee (5), Rowley (8) and Barton
Morris (W) and Frumrie

(July 19)  Dodger Lewis fired a three-hitter and set down 24 batters by strikeout to lead Rosetown to a 3-2 win over Macklin at the $1,000 tournament at Saskatoon. On a single by Hansen, Rosetown scored the winning run in the bottom of the 9th after Macklin had taken advantage of a pair of errors to tie the score in the top of the final frame. Lewis and second baseman Gil Stokke each had two hits for Rosetown.  The 24 strikeouts set a record for either amateur or pro ball in Saskatoon.

Husen (L) and Scott
D. Lewis (W) and Frank Lewis

(July 19)  Davidson defeated Perdue

(July 20)   Shutout for eight innings, Denholm broke loose for five late runs to down Humboldt 5-3.  Down 2-0, Denholm scored three in the top of the 9th to take the lead, but Humboldt plated a run in the bottom of the inning to send the game to an extra frame.  Humboldt scored another pair in the 10th to notch the victory. Travis went the distance on the mound for the win.

Travis (W) and Lambert
Beyl, Binley and Wolfe

(July 20)  Conquest advanced to the final of the Saskatoon Tournament with a 5-2 win over Davidson. A three-run first inning, on three hits and an error, proved enough for the win.  C. Beavis held Davidson to six hits in going the route on the mound. Ramsay took the loss. Morris, who pitched the opening win for Conquest, led the offense with three hits.

Ramsay (L) and Hamilton
C. Beavis (W) and Frumrie

(July 21)  Denholm vs Langham, Winner (Denholm-Langham) vs Rosetown

Conquest won top money at the Saskatoon Tournament edging Rosetown 14-13 in the final.

(August 3)  Assiniboia shaded home town Weyburn 4-2 Thursday blanking Weyburn for eight innings after giving up a pair in the first inning.  Assiniboia was held scoreless until the 8th when four hits and an error produced the four markers.  Chaffee was the winning hurler while Lefty Faulkner struck out 17 in a losing cause.

Chafee (W) and Dakin
Faulkner (L) and Willard