THE BUZZ

Baseball team rained-out The rainy weather we’ve had recently doesn’t only serve to make us depressed; it also has marred the final games of the Concordia Stingers baseball team’s season. The Stingers, who are two games back of a playoff spot haven’t played a game since Sept.

Baseball team rained-out

The rainy weather we’ve had recently doesn’t only serve to make us depressed; it also has marred the final games of the Concordia Stingers baseball team’s season. The Stingers, who are two games back of a playoff spot haven’t played a game since Sept. 27, and have had four games rained out since then.

Cross country team in action

Concordia’s cross country team traveled to Sherbrooke’s Parc Blanchard Saturday morning for the second of three QSSF league meets.

The women were led by top ten finishes from Johanna Winters (5th) and Christina Lo Basso (7th) and the improved performance of Nicole MacDonald (37th). Paola Calderon (36th) made her debut as a Stinger.

The men also raced without some of their top veteran performers, but the rookies rose to the occasion, with Simon Malik-Giroux leading the way in 23rd spot, and Flavio Vasquez (27th). Jonathan Dempsey(40th), Matt Tamblyn (41st), Dan Plouffe (42nd), Nick Zacchia (45th) and Antoine Labranche (47th) were the other Concordia participants, who finished fourth of the four QSSF teams.

Men’s captain Kyle Verboomen, along with team leader Sofiane Guend and veteran Chris Gates will represent Concordia at the Cross des Couleurs 8k race in Vaudreuil next Sunday. Am

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When you write for a newspaper, you're then allowed to make predictions (and even when you don't write for a newspaper, but humour me). You're then on the record. People can scrutinize you when they disagree, and even more when you're proven wrong. I've made enough baseball predictions to feel the wrath of Yankee fans.