Sports PG Sports—Tuesday, August 5 SHARE ON: Hartley Miller, staff Tuesday, Aug. 5th, 2014 Trevor Metcalf of Vanderhoof won the men’s Simon Fraser Open at the PG Golf and Curling Club defeating four-time champ Kevin Pederson in a playoff. Both golfers finished the 54-hole tournament at 9-under-par 204. It is the first Simon title for the 26-year-old Metcalf. Defending champ Keenan Hopson ended up third at 1-under-212, eight shots off the pace. 78 golfers participated. The Ladies Simon Fraser will be held Saturday and Sunday. –The Prince George Total Tops Knights missed the playoffs with a 2-2 round robin record at the Provincial Midget (Under-18) Double “A” Baseball Championship in Mission. The two-time defending champion Knights were eliminated after an 8-5 loss to Campbell River in their last game. P.G. earlier dropped an 8-3 decision to Ladner after starting the tournament with a pair of wins: 8-5 over Tsawwassen and 14-10 over Cloverdale. –The Prince George Grays went 0-3 at the eight team Provincial Senior men’s baseball championship in Trail. The Grays lost 5-1 to Kelowna, 4-3 to Trail and 6-0 to Langley. –Former PG Youth Baseball player Dakota Curry helped the Langley Blaze win the BC Premier Baseball League title with a 4-3 win over the North Shore Twins in the final. Curry, a first baseman, knocked in two runs with a walk off double in the bottom of the 9th. Earlier in the semi-final game, Curry smashed a walk off homer. –Jansen Harkins of the PG Cougars competed in an inter-squad game for Canada’s U18 national team at its training camp in Calgary. Harkins, who is one of 44 players at the camp, did not pick up a point for Team White in a 3-2 loss to Team Red. A total of 12 forwards, 8 defencemen and two goalies will be chosen to play for Canada in the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament August 11-16 in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.