Ridge Meadows Rage silver at Kelowna’s Spring Sizzle tournament

The Ridge Meadows Rage U14 B girls softball team battled its way to the championship game at the annual Kelowna Spring Sizzle tournament

The Ridge Meadows Rage U-14 girls softball team took the silver medal at the Kelowna Spring Sizzle tournament

The Ridge Meadows Rage U14 B girls softball team battled its way to the championship game at the annual Kelowna Spring Sizzle tournament last weekend, and settled for silver after the drama of a great rally and a tie-breaker.

The team won all four of its round-robin games and swept through semi-final.

In the tournament final, the Rage was behind by six runs in the seventh inning, but made a come-back to tie it up – with much of the damage done on two big doubles hit by Maddie Hartford and Kalen Cebuliak.

International rules were in effect for the eighth and final inning, but the Rage didn’t have another dramatic comeback in them.

The team is made up of Alyssa Cable, Nicole Lutz, Emily Nalleweg, Annalisa Zeballos, Erin Murphy, Sydney McCrea, Jaedyn Dionne, Sammi Markovich, Jessie Kielan, Hartford and Cebuliak.


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