Dyna Mites do the job

Sooke team finds recipe for success

Kylie Katz in recent action

The co-ed “Sooke Dyna-Mites” fastball team played June 4-5 at Ambassador Park in Lake Hill.  Three games on Saturday saw two wins versus the other Sooke team and Central Saanich, and a one run loss to gold medal winner Lake Hill.  Going into the playoff round as third seed, they defeated Cordova Bay, and had a tough 13-11 loss to silver-medalist Langford.  They played in the bronze medal game against Gordon Head.  Going into the bottom of the second down 10-2, they allowed only two more runs and stormed back for a 15-12 victory to claim the bronze medal. This was a fantastic result from their first tournament.  Thank you to all of the parents for doing the score-keeping, helping with the kids and providing boisterous encouragement that made this tournament a success.  Players are Alex Perman, Tommy Hueston, Dylan Wylie, Kylie Katz, Olivia Cavanaugh, Lindsay Hornsby, Trevor Ell, Adrian Bealing, Angela Haddad, Nyla Morton, Daniel Prissick and John Richardson. Manager Heidi Bealing, Coach Darrell Ell,  Asst Coach Julie Katz. Team is pictured above, above right – Kylie Katz

 

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