Yellow Jackets play ball

The Sicamous Peewee boys baseball team, now known as the Yellow Jackets, travelled to their first game on May 10 to play Salmon Arm 2.

  • May. 16, 2012 7:00 a.m.

The Sicamous Peewee boys  baseball team, now known as the Yellow Jackets, travelled to their first game on May 10 to play  Salmon Arm 2.

It was the first game for many of the players, so there was some pregame jitters. But the Yellow Jackets played very well.

Salmon Arm 2 edged out the Yellow jackets 7–5.

Their Yellow Jackets’ first home game is Tuesday, May15 at 6 p.m., with the next on Tuesday, May 22 at Diamond 1 in Finlayson Park.

The Eagle Valley Minor Baseball Association sends out a big word of thanks to all the people and  organizations that helped start baseball for the  boys. See you on the field.

Submitted by the Eagle Valley Minor Baseball Association.


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