Sooke Triangle baseball Mosquito U team

Sooke Triangle baseball returns for homer

Once again, Triangle Athletic Baseball Association returns to Sooke.

Once again, Triangle Athletic Baseball Association provided Sooke with the opportunity for youth aged 10-13 to play baseball in their home town.

Thanks to Triangle’s president Chris Cox and the whole executive team, especially Desiree Colley for the big task of registration and the treasurer/player agent Tammy Shiells.

There are so many people to thank at Triangle who made this season a success from the division directors, head coach, umpire and chief, umpires, plus West Shore Parks and Recreation facilities. Triangle-Sooke Baseball players experienced organized competition baseball with 12 regular season games plus tournaments and playoffs. This was all made possible from the generous sponsors Sooke Home Hardware, Sooke Evergreen Physiotherapy, Sooke Rotary Club and SEAPARC for the use of Stan Jones Ball Field.

There is a possibility of expanding to four teams in Sooke next year from players aged 8 – 15 years, so if your child is in this age group and wants to play baseball watch for registration dates on the Triangle Athletic Association website.  We are looking forward to the experience again for the 2017 baseball season.

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Dave Meek is the Sooke Mosquito Head Coach.

 

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