Pride Silver in May Mayhem tournament

May Mayhem brought a silver medal for the Ridge Meadows Pride ’06 team over the weekend.

Cece Brown of the Pride ’07 slides home for a home run in the bottom of the second during a U-10 game against the Surrey Storm on Saturday at the Albion fields.

May Mayhem brought a silver medal for the Ridge Meadows Pride ’06 team over the weekend.

There was also a Pride ’07 team in the softball tournament, held at the Albion sports fields, and it finished seventh against nine teams.

The Pride ’06 played the North Langley Thunder in the final, and lost 4-2. It was  a disappointing finish, said tournament organizer Kylie Wilcott after the two teams had played a much closer game during round-robin action. That was a 7-6 Ridge loss in a great game.

At the same time there was a U-12 C tournament with six teams, and the hometown Brats won that.

This weekend the local softball association will host another tournament, May Madness, featuring players in the U-14 B and U-16 B age groups at the Albion Sports Complex.


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