The Sooke Smashers won bronze at the under-12C regional fastball championships, held at Cordova Bay. (Contributed)

Sooke under-12C fastball club wins bronze

Local side beats out Salt Spring Island squad

The Sooke Smashers won bronze at the recent under-12C girls minor fastball regional tournament at Cordova Bay.

The Smashers played six games over the weekend, beating Salt Spring Island 14-8 in the bronze medal game.

Team players included Niya Clarkston, Sophie Constandinou, Kamryn Hurst, Charlotte Prill, Marlee Wilkinson, Maddison Myers, Abigail Fisher, Layla Cool, Makenna Tayler, Willow Daniels, Carlee Rear, and.Kali-Mae Wilson.

The team was coached by Kyle Chornoby and Brandi Wilson.



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