Scott was a dominant player in the St. Boniface system. An acrobatic shortstop, he led his league at one time or another in every offensive category. He is the all-time RBI leader in the Manitoba Junior League. In 1982, he was the runner-up league MVP and won the Junior National Championship with the St. Boniface Legionnaires. He was the Rookie of the Year in the Red-Boine Senior Baseball League in 1983 and Baseball Manitoba Senior Player of the Year in 1993. In 1989, Scott was one of only two non-Australians drafted into the Australian Baseball League which was affiliated with Major League Baseball. He was consistently chosen as an all-star wherever he played. His teams tasted victory many times over his career, twice winning the Canadian National Championships and once winning the Australian National Championship. Scott was an anchor on the St. Boniface Native Sons who won five consecutive provincial senior baseball championships from 1989-93. From 1994-2000, Scott joined the Winnipeg Goldeyes coaching staff and helped the team make the playoffs all six years. He is currently an owner of Home Run Sports.