Extreme team wins the gold

The Under 16 Extreme fastball team out of Central Saanich were the top team in a tournament in Nanaimo

Central Saanich Extreme Fastball U 16 Girls win gold in Nanaimo.

CENTRAL SAANICH — The Under 16 Extreme fastball team out of Central Saanich were the top team in a tournament in Nanaimo the weekend of May 24 and 25.

The team is coached by Stephanie Raymond, a former player with the club. She led the team to a 5-1 record on the weekend at the Nanaimo District U16 girls fastball tournament.

The girls beat Duncan in the final game, 9-8 in seven innings, to capture the  gold.

The girls really pulled together this weekend and had strong pitching from Genna McKenzie and Jasmine Davis said Raymond. The girls will be hoping to defend their title in Langford again this weekend.

— Submitted by Dave Hamer, President, Extreme Fastball

 

 

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