Action close at first base.

Peewees host mainland opponents

Sunday was a fantastic day to get our local boys ready for next weekend’s tournament in Fleetwood. Sooke first played Cloverdale, winning 13-5 at Art Morris Park. Next up was Richmond, Sooke had a slow start but tried to turn it around in the second half of the game and almost managed to tie it up with the final score being Richmond 11 Sooke 9. 

Thanks to both Vancouver teams for making the long trip out the Sooke for a great day of ball and we will see you in Vancouver next weekend. Pictured above – Sooke’s Larkin Galbraith arrives a step late at first base while teammate Jonah Phillip scores a run.

 

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