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Soggy Sooke Loggers

The Sooke Loggers were set to play two games at the Art Morris Park against the Vancouver Meralomas on Saturday, April 27.

The Sooke Loggers were set to play two games at the Art Morris Park against the Vancouver Meralomas (a.k.a. Lomas) on Saturday, April 27. The Loggers were only able to play one of the two scheduled games as Saturdays heavy rainfall made the field unplayable. The Sooke Loggers were bested by the Lomas 6 to 1. According to the Loggers’ coach Len Banner, they had a bad third inning when the Lomas managed three walks and four hits, letting them clock in five of their six runs. Scott Lieph pitched the first three innings for the Loggers, and Collin McKenzie pitched the last four. The Loggers next set of games will be on the May long weekend in Kelowna .

With notes from Len Banner

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