Sooke squirts got gold in Richmond

Surgin’ Sooke squirts

The Sooke Squirt B boys played some amazing ball in Richmond this past weekend, bringing home the gold medal for Sooke. Throughout the tourney the boys played their hearts out with a number of home runs hit. Noah Wass, Boston Greenhough and Tyson Friesen cleaned the bases up with three grand slams. The three pitchers on the team marked up the score sheets with an amazing number of strike outs. The fielding was impressive by all the players. In the finals the boys beat out the top Richmond team in an exciting game – 20-1 in four innings. There was no stopping these boys this weekend! Pictured above from left to right are: Back row – Mike Connor, Shawn Parkinson, Matthew Miller, Nin Dougall Sr., Arran Wass- Little, Quinn Titchkosky, Noah Wass, Jason Friesen Front Row – Tyson Friesen, Kieran Connor, Matt McLean, Nicholes McColeman, Nin Dougall, Boston Greenhough.

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