GFI UPDATE – Studs face Guns, while Merchants play Bulldogs in GFI semi-final today

Some close games and surprises so far at this year's Grand Forks International Baseball Tournament.

GFI mascot Jiffy is always popular out at James Donaldson Park during the tournament.

GFI semi-finals set for today: Seattle Studs vs. West Coast Guns at 8:30am and Everett Merchants vs. Burnaby Bulldogs at 11:30am. The championship game between the semi-final winners goes at 2:30pm followed by the closing ceremonies.

In the Money round quarter-finals (final 8) Saturday West Coast beat Thurston County 10-4; Brunaby edged out North Sound 6-5; Everett knocked off Kamloops 12-6; and Seattle eliminated the Northwest Honkers 9-3.

Look for full coverage including photos in this week’s Gazette. (as well as our Facebook site and our website www.grandforksgazette.ca

 

All games at James Donaldson Park in Grand Forks.

 

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