Team Ontario Alumni Report: Week 12

by Jason Booth

It's the time of year where some student-athletes are packing up and heading home, while others are playing some of the most exciting baseball games in their careers. That was the case this weekend for both Shane Nixon and Kyle Perrett as the pair played a big part in their teams success in postseason games over the past week. 

Kyle Perrett was highlighted earlier in the week for his First-Team All-Conference honours, as well as his conference championship while Shane Nixon hit a go-ahead grand slam for Central Oklahoma. 

The full list of top performers across the organization: 


25-for-90 (.278), 6 HR, 6 2B, 26 RBI, 17 R, 10 BB, 3 SB, HBP
Shane continued to swing the bat well this weekend as Central Oklahoma played a three-game postseason series against Missouri Southern State. Nixon's weekend was highlighted by what was likely one of his biggest hits in baseball career when he hit an 8th inning grand slam to put the Bronchos ahead 10-7 on Sunday in the third and deciding game. The Bronchos went on to win 11-7 and now head to the MIAA Final Four tournament next weekend. Nixon also added a double and two walks throughout the weekend. 

riley mcerlean, sophomore, the college of wooster (Ncaa)

McErlean made one appearance over the weekend for The College of Wooster and picked up his first multi-hit game of the year. In the first game of a double dip on Sunday against Case Western Reserve University, McErlean went 2-for-4 with a run scored. The College of Wooster will now play a three-game set against Denison University for the NCAC Championship. 


21 appearances... 1-1, 20.2 IP, 2.61 ERA, 25 K, 10 BB
Perrett made two appearances this week, both of which were postseason matches, including the WHAC final.The former Team Ontario right-hander pitched to just one batter in the conference championship game on Tuesday as the Racers claimed the WHAC title. The same week, Perrett was named to the All-WHAC First Team as a relief pitcher. Perrett then made an appearance on Monday in the Opening Round of the NAIA National Tournament, working three innings against Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He allowed just two hits, no walks and struck out two as the Racers dropped the opener 5-4.

Graeham Luttor, midway university (NAIA)

As Graeham Luttor's career came to a close at Midway University last weekend against Rio Grande, Luttor now prepares to head on a new adventure in his baseball career. This past week the power-hitting first baseman announced he has signed with the Ennepetal Raccoons of the German Bundesliga. Luttor has swung it extremely well during his time at Midway and was highlighted last year by the Canadian Baseball Network as one of the top college players in the country.