Standing in fine form is a very focussed Elyse at bat.

Sooke’s Mighty Bandits tie up the game

Score summary from softball games played by the Sooke Mites

  • Jun. 12, 2013 11:00 a.m.

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Art Morris park, Saanich Peninsula made the long drive out to Sooke for a double header to play our very own Sooke Bandits and Thunders from the U-10 Mites League.

Both games were fought well with our teams walking away with a 12 to 13 point game for the Thunders and a tie game 12 to 12 for the Bandits.

Congratulations on good games and a remarkable season!

Angela Mosses

 

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