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Mackenzie Bell of the Abbotsford Outlaws slides safely into second base before Ridge Meadows Rage shortstop Delaney Fotheringhame catches the ball during the U-12 championship game at the May Madness Softball Tournament at Albion Sports Complex on Sunday. The Outlaws took the game 12-8. The Rage won four straight games to get to the final, and took silver. The Rage U-16 team won its division.  - Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
Mackenzie Bell of the Abbotsford Outlaws slides safely into second base before Ridge Meadows Rage shortstop Delaney Fotheringhame catches the ball during the U-12 championship game at the May Madness Softball Tournament at Albion Sports Complex on Sunday. The Outlaws took the game 12-8. The Rage won four straight games to get to the final, and took silver. The Rage U-16 team won its division.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
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