Peewees play on despite rain

Clearwater team wins tournament as wet weather threatens to turn ballfields into small lakes

Dustin Hurst wears a big smile and a load of mud after safely sliding home.

Clearwater Double R Pizza Peewee Dustin Hurst wears a big smile and a load of mud after safely sliding DustinSlideshome (left) during a game against 100 Mile House. They were taking part in one of two tournaments held in Clearwater last weekend. Clearwater won the U14 tourney, followed by 100 Mile and with Merritt in third place. A total of nine teams took part in the two events. For information on how the U12 tourney turned out, see page A12 inside.     Both photos by Keith McNeill




Below: Photo shows the depth of water in one of the ballfields at Capostinsky Park on Saturday morning. Volunteers plus a crew from Kinder Morgan helped make the fields playable. Feedback from the teams indicated they were amazed by how Clearwater people work together.     Photo submitted

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