Squirt Boys rep brings home the gold.

Squirt Boys rep bring home gold for Sooke

The squirt boys played their hearts out this past weekend in Port Alberni bringing home their second gold medal of the season for Sooke.

The squirt boys played their hearts out this past weekend in Port Alberni bringing home their second gold medal of the season for Sooke. The  boys started the weekend beating out Prince George 7-5. Tyson Friesen was unstoppable pitching with 15 strike outs during the game. Kieran Connor received the game MVP. Our second game was against Fleetwood winning the game 25-8. Game MVP went to Boston Greenhough. Our third  game MVP was Tyson Friesen with a win against Walley 19-10.  Clearwater was the only team that beat us with a score of 15-8. Noah Wass awarded the game MVP. On Sunday Sooke had to face the strong Richmond team with a best of 3 game.  Sooke easily won the first game 19-4. The second game went to international innings with Richmond squeezing one more run in the last inning winning 5-4. The third game was a nail biter with Sooke down 5 runs and coming back to tie the game in the 7th inning and continuing to fight back and gaining one more run to take the lead.  The boys were able to hold off Richmond to take the Gold medal  with an exciting 7-6 win. The boys could not have made their parents and Sooke prouder with their hitting , fielding and pitching by all players. An amazing weekend for these boys.Players from front left: Nin Dougall, Matt McLean,Tyson Friesen, Boston Greenhough, Jackson Petrie, Nicholes McColeman, Quinn Titchkosky, Arran Wass-Little, Noah Wass, Matthew Miller, Kieran ConnorCoaches from back left: Jason Friesen, Nin Dougall, Mike Connor

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