Safe on second: the Okanagan Angels host U12B Squirt Girls Softball Championships

Madison Dewitt of the Okanagan Angels emerges from a cloud of dust, safe on second in play against the Abbotsford Outlaws

  • Jul. 17, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Madison Dewitt of the Okanagan Angels emerges from a cloud of dust

 

Madison Dewitt of the Okanagan Angels emerges from a cloud of dust, safe on second in play against the Abbotsford Outlaws Saturday during three-day U12B Squirt Girls Provincial Softball Championships. The host Angels placed fourth in the round robin, with a 4-win, 0-loss record, but lost their playoff game to the Surrey Storm,  coming in fifth place. Top spot went to the Langley Extreme, followed by the Surrey Storm, the North Vancouver Stars and the Richmond Islanders.

Below – Abby Williamson dodges a high pitch on her way to walking to first base in play versus the Abbotsford Outlaws.

 

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