Royals girls compete in provincials

The minor ball team had close to half first-year players, which should mean a good core of girls for next year

Jayden Moen (14) slides in to home plate after hitting a seventh-inning home run, also bringing home Courtlyn Bertoia. Teammate Brooklyn Schmaltz (10) takes it all in. Their seventh-inning runs pulled the Kindersley Royals squirt girls softball team to within three of the Edam Blue Sox. But the Blue Sox struck out the next three batters to win the bronze-medal game, 17-14, at the under-12, C girls softball north provincial playoffs, held in Rosetown on July 6-8.


Clarion staff

The Kindersley Royals squirt girls softball team placed  fourth among eight teams at the under-12 C girls north provincial playoffs in Rosetown on July 6-8 but played competitively.

The Edam Blue Sox beat them 17-14 in the bronze-medal game. That came after a semifinal game in which the eventual champions, the Shellbrook Heat, beat them 17-10.

Shellbrook pounded the host Rosetown Angels 17-2 in the final.

For more on this story, please see the Jul. 11 print edition of The Clarion.


You do not have permission to view the comments.

Leave a Reply