Ridge softball association Hosts Summer Series

The Ridge Meadows Minor Softball Association held its Summer Series Tournament at Albion Sports Complex over the weekend.

Kloey Dawes of the Pride 2005 team slides into third base ahead of the tag during tournament action on Sunday. She was called out on the play

The Ridge Meadows Minor Softball Association held its Summer Series Tournament at Albion Sports Complex over the weekend.

There were teams at the Under-12, U-14 and U16 levels, with 29 entries in total.

The U-14 Pride 2002 team had a good run, but lost in the semi-final to the White Rock Renegades by a score of 4-1.

They had four game MVPs in the tournament – shortstop Sarah Wynn, third base Jessica Seward and ptichers Katie Korstom and Madison Ferguson.

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