The Terrace U14 team were crowned championships of the 2019 Provincial Championships in Barriere, B.C. from July 5 to 7. (Contributed Photo)

Terrace Minor Softball closes season with wins

Teams with be competing in nationals in Saskatoon

Terrace Minor Softball season has come to an end as its four divisions batted it out in the provincial championships. On July 5 to 7, the U14 and U16 travelled to Barriere, B.C., followed by U12 and U19 hosting the Softball Provincials in Terrace from July 12 to 14.

U12

Both teams in Terrace came out on top, with the Terrace Titans taking home gold and the Terrace Wildfire settling for the silver medal, 7-0.

U14

For the second year in a row, the U14 team came out as champs when they won gold in the tournament against Clearwater, 10 – 0. Throughout the entire tournament, they played with only six runs scored against them. The Terrace Grizzlies team will be competing in the nationals at the 2019 Canadian Championships in Saskatoon from July 27 to 31.

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U16

Pitching hard till the end, the U16 team scored the silver medal in a match against Barriere, 0 – 8. Despite being components, the Terrace team will merge with the Barriere team and play together at nationals at the 2019 Canadian Championships in Saskatoon from July 31 to August 4.

U19

Overtaken by Barriere, the Terrace Marlins took silver in their final match with 0-8. The Terrace Grizzlies took fourth place.


 


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