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Ayden Makarus has a lot to be proud of when he reflects back on 2018. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound catcher out of Okotoks Dawgs Academy parlayed his impressive Tournament 12 showing into his first-ever turn with the Junior National Team, and earlier committed to LSU-Eunice. It’s the work he does behind the scenes, though, that prepares
Things are moving along nicely despite the weather as our new seating section and expanded patio approach the finish line!  Crews have been working to complete our new section along the first base side of Seaman Stadium which will see 110 new seats for our fans with an expected completion date of October 15, 2018.
Canada’s premier summer collegiate baseball league is getting a facelift. Rooted in Western Canada since 1948, the Western Major Baseball League has been the longest operating summer league and a fixture across Alberta and Saskatchewan since the first pitch was thrown over 60 years ago. Now, with a vision toward building a true and unambiguous
The numbers are in, and yet again, the Dawgs continue to enjoy a strong level of support from their passionate fans. For the second consecutive year, the top U.S. online resource for baseball executives, coaches, and fans, Ballpark Business, has reported that the Okotoks Dawgs rank third in all of North America among summer collegiate
The Okotoks Dawgs were big winners yesterday afternoon when Western Major Baseball League President Kevin Kvame announced the League Award winners for the 2018 regular season. Dawgs closer Craig Smith (Columbia College) won the Honourable Mention Award after he broke the WMBL record for saves in a single season with 15. He was also named
It was the perfect ending for one of the most beloved members of the Okotoks Dawgs organization. “I couldn’t even sleep last night. I was so excited knowing that this was going to happen in my final game,” said Eduardo Sanchez. The Dawgs led 6-3 when Sanchez ran out for his first save of his