Members of the victorious Barriere Bruins pose for a photograph. Pictured are (back, l-r) Ty Giesbrecht (Terrace), coach Jordie Edmunds (Terrace), Nathan Thiessen (Surrey), Garner Ransome (Barriere), coach Phil S. Ransome (Barriere), Todd Phillips (Clearwater), Jacob Dewitt (Sicamous), Ty Hartman (Barriere), coach Phil W. Ransome (Barriere), (front, l-r) Emmanuel Mahil (Terrace), Will Edmunds (Terrace), Brendan Green (Clearwater), Devin Green (Clearwater), Adam Gordon (Barriere), Tommy Dame (Terrace). Missing from the photo is Liam Hunt from Barriere.

Boys win U14 western Canadians

A softball team largely made up of North Thompson boys win first place in North Battleford

A softball team largely made up of North Thompson boys won first place in the U14 Western Canadian Championships held in North Battleford, Saskatchewan on Aug. 4-7.

The team used the name Barriere Bruins but was made up of players from Barriere, Clearwater, Terrace, Sicamous and Surrey.

They played five teams from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in seven games, and won all seven, including the gold medal final.

– newsroom@clearwatertimes.com

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