U14 Peewee Girls

The Twin Anchors/Askews Stingers U14C Peewee girls team continues their dominant performance in Okanagan league play.

The Twin Anchors/Askews Stingers U14C Peewee girls team continues their dominant performance in Okanagan league play. The Stingers ran their record to 12 wins, no losses in league play this week with a pair of victories over Vernon.  On Thursday, June 6 the Stingers travelled to Vernon despite being shorthanded due to players being sick. The undermanned Stingers were led by pitcher Julia Wilby, who had a very strong game, allowing only four runs. The offence was led by Sarah Whitehead with her second homerun of the season. Final score was 13-8.

On Tuesday, June 11, the Stingers travelled to Vernon again. Behind strong pitching from Madison Dewitt, who had five strikeouts and allowed only three runs, the Stingers defeated Vernon again  13-8. The offence was led by Alyssa Clark with two hits and two RBIs, and Tiffany Sigvaldason with two hits and scoring two runs.

Next up for the Peewee Stingers is the Okanagan District Championships being held in Cawston. The winner will go to the provincial championship in Surrey in July.




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