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Duncan McLaughlin, National Gold

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Sep 10, 2019 10:10:00 PM

Congratulations to Grade 12 student Duncan McLaughlin on winning Nova Scotia’s first ever National under 18 baseball championship! Duncan is a huge contributor to our KES community, especially in our athletics and cadet programmes.
A very focused athlete, Duncan has matured into one of the best baseball players for his age in Canada! Here are some of his statistics:
  • He pitched the second game against Manitoba and the GOLD medal game against Ontario and was the winning pitcher in both and had a 1.4 ERA!
  • He had a batting average of .429
  • In the GOLD medal game, he pitched 5 innings and struck out 9 and only 1 earned run as Nova Scotia beat Ontario 3 to 2 for a historic win for Nova Scotia baseball.
Welcome back to KES for your Senior year, Duncan!

Athletics is one of the four pillars of a King's-Edgehill education. Sports are mandatory at every age and part of the day's schedule. With that much time devoted to physical activity, it's a good thing we have so many choices!  Download the Athletics Photojournal.
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