Junior ChampionsWith the growth of minor baseball in the area and the apparent need to field junior teams, the North Dufferin Baseball League established a junior division in 1983.
The second year saw the most entries with 11 teams participating. However by 1999, the division had dwindled down to five teams and only one junior entry in 2000. From 2000 to 2005 there was no separate junior loop and championship, rather the one or two junior aged teams played in the senior category.
By 2006 the junior division was reestablished with three teams who played an interlocking schedule with the senior division. By 2011, the league included five teams and enough for a separate playing schedule.
Championship teams from 1983 to 1999 were awarded the New Lowell Legion Trophy. The Creemore Braves hold eight championships in their 15 years in the league. They appeared in the finals nine consecutive times from 1991 to 1999, winning seven titles.
When the division was reestablished in 2006, the New Lowell Legion Trophy had been lost to time. Championship teams received a keeper cup upon their victory.
In 2012, the Anderson Family donated a new annual trophy to be awarded to the junior division champions. The Anderson Trophy was presented for the first time to the Barrie Red Sox in 2012. The names of the 2006 to 2011 champions were also inscribed on the trophy.
North Dufferin Baseball League
N.D.B.L. Junior Champions and Finalists
(No. of Championship wins)