Full service minor league level baseball stadium featuring a 45 X 30' scoreboard with a full color video board, two spectacular party decks framing a state of the art press box featuring home and visitors media rooms.
The Okotoks Dawgs 18U Black defeated SBO Baseball (Puerto Rico) earlier this morning by a score 0f 7-3 to take home the PG 18U BCS National Championship in Fort Myers, Florida. The Dawgs went undefeated throughout the tournament, going 8-0 on their championship run, defeating teams from across the Southeast and Puerto Rico. On top
The Dawgs 15U Black put up seven runs in the fourth inning on its way to an 11-1 run-rule victory over the Saskatoon Brewers to win the Okotoks Dawgs Canada Day Classic Tournament. Karter Anderson led the Dawgs to the championship on the mound. Anderson surrendered one run on four hits over five innings, striking
The Okotoks Dawgs 18U Black played some of their best baseball of the year and knocked off the Victoria Eagles by a score of 6-2 to win the Langley Blaze Invitational. The championship marks the first time in Dawgs Academy history of winning the tournament, one the program has been attending for past 5 years.
Okotoks Dawgs Academy 13U defeated Calgary Jr Dinos 1-0 on Sunday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. The pitching was strong on both sides. Okotoks Dawgs Academy 13U pitchers struck out eight, while allowing only one hit in the game. Ty Gertnerearned the win in relief for the Okotoks Dawgs Academy 13U .
The Dawgs 15U Black won the Langley Blaze Bantam Invitational with a convincing 7-0 victory over the Delta Tigers on Monday. Karter Andersen got the start on the mound for the Dawgs, and threw a complete game shut-out. Andersen was dominant, allowing only four hits while striking out eight and walking zero. The offensive onslaught
The Dawgs Organization prides itself on offering premier youth development from the grassroots 13U players, all the way up through the 18U and collegiate level. The Dawgs are extremely proud of the ‘young Dawgs’ grinding their way through a very competitive season. The 18U Black Dawgs have continued on with their lofty reputation as one
The Dawgs 18U Black won their fifth consecutive Mother’s Day Classic in convincing fashion with a 10-2 victory over the North Delta Bluejays. Micah McDowell led the offensive onslaught going 3-for-3 including a double with four RBI’s and three stolen bases. The Dawgs collected thirteen hits in the game with McDowell and Keller both collecting
The Dawgs 18U Black had a six run third inning en route to a convincing 11-1 victory in the rubber match of the season series against the Vauxhall Jets on Tuesday in Okotoks, taking the season series 2-1. The Dawgs bats came alive in the first inning when Cesar Valero hit a two-run double to
Game 1 vs Vauxhall (Win 8-5) The Dawgs 18U Black defeated Vauxhall Jets 8-5 on Saturday after taking the lead in extra innings in game one of a double-header. Melvin Lorenzo earned the victory for the Dawgs. He surrendered zero runs on zero hits over three and two-thirds innings, striking out eight and walking one. Matt
The Okotoks Dawgs Academy had an outstanding weekend as a program. The Dawgs had two teams, 18U Black and 18U Red, in the Kelowna Invitational Tournament; and the 15U Black, 15U Red and 14U were all in Kamloops for the Best of the West JV Tournament. The Okotoks Dawgs 18U Black won the Kelowna Invitational