PeeWee House baseball season wraps up

Some players selected to play at AA B.C. championships Aug. 1-4 in Comox

he Comox Valley Baseball Association PeeWee House division has wrapped up a great season.

The final was played June 27 with a close game won by Ronni Lister of ReMax’s Brewers. On June 25 the Peak Drilling Orange Crushers played a tight semifinal game against Ryan Williams of ReMax’s Red Sox.

Some of these PeeWee players have been selected to play on the ReMax Ocean Pacific AA PeeWee Rep baseball team that is hosting the Jet FM AA PeeWee Provincial Championships Aug. 1-4 at Aspen Park.

“Come out and enjoy some great competitive baseball and cheer on our local players!” a CVBA spokesperson said.

The PeeWee House players thank division manager Karen Silvester along with team sponsors Peak Drilling, Ryan Williams of ReMax and Ronni Lister of ReMax and the coaches.

SHORT HOPS The Teasdale, Raume grounds crew did a great job on field preparation at Aspen Park … Lorrie Bossom looked after the uniforms … CVBA umpire chief Craig Bernes and the entire CVBA executive made the season possible for all Comox Valley baseball players …

 

– Comox Valley Baseball Association

 

 

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