100 Mile N’ Hour wins silver

Local team falls just short in provincial softball tourney

A U14 rep softball team from 100 Mile won second place at provincials.

A U14 rep softball team from 100 Mile won second place at provincials.

A provincial softball tournament in North Surrey saw two Cariboo teams go head-to-head in the finals.

The local U14 rep squad, 100 Mile N’ Hour, met the Williams Lake Prospects in the Softball B.C. championship on July 13.

Both clubs put up big numbers in the big game, and it was Williams Lake edging out 100 Mile House 15-14.

100 Mile House most valuable player awards for the weekend went to Warren McNabb, Hayden Prodnuk, Mitchell Hooper and Lane Paddison.

100 Mile N’ Hour beat the Sooke Drillers, which finished third place, 11-9 in the semifinal.

 

 

 

 

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