Back row (l-r) coach Wayne Sim, coach Clint McGill, Ethan Smith, Brendan Green, Bailey Murray, Korie McGill, Kylie Fischer, Kalan Priede, coach Tera Carter, manager Tami Pigeon. Front row (l-r) Soren Coates, Jaden Phillips, Devin Holland, Owen Sim, Rylan Stelter. Photo submitted

U14 team fights its way to gold medal match

Clearwater kids play hearts out and bring home silver medal

The Clearwater U14 fastball team played in the provincial championship tournament on the July 5-7 weekend in Barriere BC. There were eight teams in the U14 division.

The team faced some tough competition, but managed to fight its way to the gold medal match against Terrace.

Boys win U14 western Canadians

Terrace went undefeated throughout the entire tournament. The Clearwater kids played their hearts out and proudly brought home the silver medal.



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