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Unknowns take title at Salmo slo-pitch event

The Unknowns ball team won the C-Division at the Salmo tournament this year. The team includes: (Back row from left to right) Kendra Wayling, Brett Uniat, Joe Capriglione, Mike Laughton, Mike Roch, Rand Wayling, Romon Whylie, Tanis Willins and Chris Wayling as well as (front row, left to right) Lauren Suomi, Luree Gould, Jayden Roch, Lorne Wouri, Abby Willins and Katie Wayling. Not pictured are team members Rob Chernenko, Justin Willins and Michele Lelievre.  - Submitted photo
The Unknowns ball team won the C-Division at the Salmo tournament this year. The team includes: (Back row from left to right) Kendra Wayling, Brett Uniat, Joe Capriglione, Mike Laughton, Mike Roch, Rand Wayling, Romon Whylie, Tanis Willins and Chris Wayling as well as (front row, left to right) Lauren Suomi, Luree Gould, Jayden Roch, Lorne Wouri, Abby Willins and Katie Wayling. Not pictured are team members Rob Chernenko, Justin Willins and Michele Lelievre.
— image credit: Submitted photo

The Nelson slo-pitch squad the Unknowns defeated the One Hit Wonders 18-15 to win the C-Division title at theĀ  Salmo Canada Day Weekend Slo-pitch Tournament.

The annual tournament attracts squads from all over the West Kootenay.

The Unknowns went 4-1 on their way to the title.

Jayden Roch and Lorne Wouri were picked as team MVPs at the event.

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