Sooke men’s fastball season reaches halfway point

Upcoming games Tuesday and Thursday at Art Morris Park

The Sooke men’s fastball teams will reach the halfway point in their season this week.

League standings are determined by: two points for a win, one point for a tie, and zero points for a loss.

Last week, Hammers defeated Compass 5-0, and Fenway defeated Pirates 9-1. The league standings as of now are:

• 1st place Hammers with 7 points

• 2nd place Fenway with 6 points

• 3rd place Pirates with 2 points

• 4th place Compass with 1 point

The next games will take place at Art Morris Park Tuesday, June 5 at 6:30 p.m., where Fenway will take on Compass, and Thursday, June 7, when Pirates take on Hammers.

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