The Okanagan College Coyotes will host the Canadian College Baseball Conference championship tourney beginning next Wednesday, May 10. -Image credit: Douglas Farrow/Contributor

Coyotes to host CCBC championship

Elks Stadium will be a busy place beginning next Wednesday when Okangan College hosts tournament

For the second straight year, the Okanagan College Coyotes will play host to the Canadian College Baseball Conference national championship tournament, May 10 to 14 at Elks Stadium.

The final schedule won’t be determined until league play wraps up this weekend.

The Coyotes will finish up the regular season this week with six games at home, starting with two tonight against Thompson Rivers and four this weekend at Elks vs. Vancouver Island University.

At nationals, the Coyotes will play their first three games on successive nights from Wednesday, May 10 to Thursday, May 12, all starting at 7:30.

Okanagan College reached last year’s final game before losing 5-4 to the Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs.

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