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Richmond's Morrison at North American Indigenous Games

Annie Morrison is in Regina this week representing B.C. at the North American Indigeous Games. - Don Fennell photo
Annie Morrison is in Regina this week representing B.C. at the North American Indigeous Games.
— image credit: Don Fennell photo

Richmond teen Annie Morrison is competing at the North American Indigenous Games, which began this week in Regina.

Ojibway on her father’s side, Morrison, 14, is a pitcher/first base player for B.C.’s under-16 girls’ softball team, which was scheduled to play its first tournament game today. Morrison  has played softball for seven years and is also active in basketball and volleyball.

The Games continue through July 27.

 

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