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Keeping him honest

KEEPING HIM HONEST —Roan Bachmann of the Penticton Rockies tries to pick off Kade Hedstrom of the West Kelowna Giants during mosquito league baseball action Saturday.  The Rockies defeated the Giants 10-6 with a strong effort and ended the season on a winning note. The Rockies are now in the playoffs, which began Tuesday and play their final game this Saturday at McLaren Park Field.  - Joe Fries/Western News
KEEPING HIM HONEST —Roan Bachmann of the Penticton Rockies tries to pick off Kade Hedstrom of the West Kelowna Giants during mosquito league baseball action Saturday. The Rockies defeated the Giants 10-6 with a strong effort and ended the season on a winning note. The Rockies are now in the playoffs, which began Tuesday and play their final game this Saturday at McLaren Park Field.
— image credit: Joe Fries/Western News

Penticton Minor Baseball Association's mosquito division playoffs have been underway this week, concluding on Saturday at McLaren Park Field. The Penticton Rockies lost their first game of the playoffs 5-2 to Penticton Expos.

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