Address  for Tournament 

600 Stonehaven Ave 

Newmarket , Ontario 

About Us

At 5 a.m. on the morning of June 28, 2011, Constable Garrett Styles had been conducting general patrol on the rural roads of #1 District, just east of Newmarket. He had spotted a van driving dangerously and engaged the vehicle in a traffic stop near the intersection of Herald Road and Highway 48.   Constable Styles approached the driver’s side window and found a number of youths inside; the driver of the vehicle was only 15 years old. Constable Styles was investigating the driver and was at the driver’s side door when the vehicle accelerated. He was dragged approximately 400 metres before the vehicle lost control and rolled over, pinning Constable Styles.   Police and Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene and transported the occupants and Constable Styles to Southlake Regional Hospital. Tragically, he succumbed to his injuries. Constable Garrett Styles was a seven-year veteran of York Regional Police and served in a uniform capacity out of #1 District where he served the communities of Newmarket, Aurora and East Gwillimbury. He previously worked out of #2 District where he served the Town of Richmond Hill. Constable Styles came from a proud policing family.   Garrett loved the game of baseball, and as a youngster played with the Newmarket Baseball Association for many years.  The Garrett Styles Memorial Baseball Foundation has been organized to raise money to donate to the Jumpstart Program to enable youth in Newmarket Area to play organized sports.   In its 7th year we welcome Police and Fire teams from across North America and 12 U10 teams into this years tournament playing the game Garrett loved