Ridge Royals win second hardball tourney

The Ridge Meadows Royals pee wee all-star team won its second tournament of the summer hardball season, going undefeated...

  • Jul. 14, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Third baseman Brendan Morrison fields an off-line throw as a Campbell River player slides into third base

The Ridge Meadows Royals pee wee all-star team won its second tournament of the summer hardball season, going undefeated through their host Noel Rehaume Tournament at Pitt Meadows Athletic Park.

The team won an exciting final 8-7 against the Campbell River Tyees, needing extra innings to put them away.

They had four wins and a tie through the tournament.

The Royals also won the Surrey Icebreaker tournament with five straight wins, and are 2-0 in league play.

 

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