Sooke Loggers place third at the 54th Seattle Invitational

The Sooke Loggers played at the 54th Seattle Invitational on the weekend of July 25-27.

The Sooke Loggers played at the 54th Seattle Invitational on the weekend of July 25-27.

The following game results are according to the Master Schedule posted online at


  • Won: Sooke Loggers 8 K-Club Pirates 1
  • Won: Sooke Loggers 8 Cal. State Builders 1
  • Won: Sooke Loggers 6 Cleon’s Auto 1


  • Won: Sooke Loggers 7 Oregon Bandits 0
  • Lost: California A’s 3 Sooke Loggers 1

In the final game, the California A’s faced Clean’s Auto. The California A’s won the Open Division Crown, and the Fleetwood Marlins won the lower division.

Last year’s winners of the tournament was the K-Club from Bremerton, Washington. The most recent winner from B.C. was the Comox Valley Cannons, from Courtenay, B.C., who won it back in 2010. The Sooke Loggers have never won this tournament.

The tournament was held at the Dacca Park Athletic Fields in Fife, Washington. The Seattle Invitational is the longest running tournament in the USA.


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