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Undefeated not unchallenged, Sooke Midgets C make it to the Provincials

Sooke Midget U19C Girls Fastball Team won their District Championship playoffs, held at Hyacinth Park in Saanich.

This past weekend saw the Sooke Midget U19C Girls Fastball Team win their District Championship playoffs, held at Hyacinth Park in Saanich.

The girls came through undefeated, but not unchallenged, in four games to win the first place berth to the Provincial Championships in North Delta on July 7, 8 and 9.

The team played extremely well with timely hitting, some awesome defensive plays and excellent pitching.

Candy Kearney

 

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