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Penticton bows to Rutland in peewee baseball

LOOKING TO RUN — Logan Libke of Rutland looks to see if there is opportunity to steal third base, while Penticton shortstop Aden Samuel tries to get pitcher Seth Kennedy
LOOKING TO RUN — Logan Libke of Rutland looks to see if there is opportunity to steal third base, while Penticton shortstop Aden Samuel tries to get pitcher Seth Kennedy's attention for a pickoff play in peewee baseball action. Rutland won the game at Kiwanis Field in Penticton Thursday night.
— image credit: Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

Penticton endured a tough five-inning loss to Rutland in peewee baseball action at Penticton's Kiwanis Field on Thursday evening.

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