Doug Cameron gets a base hit during the weekend softball tournament in the Fort.

Wind Up Tournament a hit

The first place team after the Wind Up softball tournament in Fort St. James was the Young Guns, with the Nak’azdli Youth in second and Snaggers in third. The most valuable female player went to Kristi Howell and the most valuable male player was Eric “Mookie” Sam.

The first place team after the Wind Up softball tournament was the Young Guns, with the Nak’azdli Youth in second and Snaggers in third. The most valuable female player went to Kristi Howell and the most valuable male player was Eric “Mookie” Sam.

There was a consolation round of the tournament called the Broken Bat, with the winning trophy for this taken home by the Slackers.

For the league itself over the season, the first place team in the league was Snaggers, the most improved team in the league over the season was the Sluggers and the most sportsmanlike in the league was the Coyotes.

 

The league is open to anyone aged 15 and up and has games from May until July.

 

 

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