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Clearwater hosts 12-team slow pitch tournament at Capostinsky Park

Cole Mann reaches for the catch as Christy Kjenstad touches second base during a 12-team slow-pitch tournament held last weekend at Capostinsky Park.

Cole Mann reaches for the catch as Christy Kjenstad touches second base during a 12-team slow-pitch tournament held last weekend at Capostinsky Park.

Stingers won the A Division, followed by Trout and NT Pounders. Top spot in B went to Balls Deep, with Reckless in second place. Profits from the tourney will go to community projects. Empties go to 4-H.

The concession run by Bailey’s Bistro raised $225 for leukaemia patient Brandy Elesko. The donation jar for Brandy is still open at the Bistro.

 

 

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