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continued from front THE WEEKLY ANCHOR MONDAY JULY 4, 2016 PAGE 2
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continued from front PAGE 8 MONDAY AUGUST 8, 2016 THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
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continued from front Great matchups and strong defence
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continued from front highlight games at Kinsmen tournament
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Mikaela Kuefler OJ Giants third place and $700 in prize money. with a final score of 13-2 for Kokanee. The
continued from front OJ Giant player, Al Schram, stated, "It was a Welco Stingers placed third and received $500 in

continued from front The 2016 Kinsmen Slo-Pitch tournament good game by two close teams. We struggled at prize money.
hosted 148 various teams from all around bat and just couldn't get them going, but both "All of our games throughout the weekend
Alberta, including teams from Edson. Round teams had good defence." Schram went on to were pretty close and within a few runs. Our
robin games were played from July 29 until July comment about the weekend, "It has been a great team played really well the whole weekend and
31. The semi-finals were played on August 1 at weekend. We're just happy to make it that far to had a lot of really good matchups this year. Our
Vision Park. the semi finals." semi final game was also a good game,
The one team from Edson, the OJ Giants, The Welco Stingers (Edson) also made it to especially because the team we played was really
played in the Best Western Division against the semifinals and played in the Gering Gravel good. We had a few mistakes but, overall, we
Dusters during the semifinals. Both teams played Division against Kokanee. Kokanee had strong ended up doing really well. Our bats were pretty
a defensive game but the OJ's had a hard time at defence as the Welco Stingers tried to get some good," commented Welco Stinger player, Melissa
bat, scoring their only two runs in the first RBI's. Welco hit well but since Kokanee defence Langer.
inning. The Dusters were more successful at bat, was strong, Welco was unable to get any more Pitch Slap (Edson) also made it to semifinals
scoring five runs in the first and fifth inning. than two runs in. Welco Stingers also had a fairly and played against Brock Bombers in the Jerry
They were only able to score two runs between good defence but were unable to shut Kokanee Ford Division. Pitch Slap had a hard time getting
the second and the fourth innings as OJ defence down as they scored three runs in the second, runs in as the Brock Bombers got in three runs in
peaked. The game went to five innings and the four runs in the third and fourth, and two runs in the first inning, four in the second, three in the
final score was 12-2 for the Dusters, giving the the sixth inning. The game went to six innings fourth and then four in the sixth. Pitch Slap
scored two runs in the fourth inning. The game
went to six innings and had a final score of 14-2
for the Brock Bombers. Pitch Slap placed third
and received $400 in prize money.
Final results for all divisions listed Team
Wicked in first place and the Masturbatters in
second, in the Mid-West Glass Division. First
place was awarded $1800 and second place
received $1500.
For the Ron's Outdoor Division, the La Brew
Crew came in first place, winning $1300. Liqour
Snurfs came in second place and won $950.
Hashtag Rock in the Sock came in first place
for the Best western Division, winning $1200.
The Dusters came in second, winning $850.
In the Outlaw Oilfield Division, the Odd Balls
came in first place, winning $1100. In second
place, Get Dirty won $800.
The Sofa Kings received first place in the
Gering Gravel Division. They won prize money
worth $1000. Kokanee came in second place,
winning $700.
The Brock Bombers, playing in the Jerry Ford
Division, received first place and received $900.
Moose Knuckles placed second, winning $600.
In the Western Financial Division, I'd Hit That
placed first, receiving $800, while Canadian
Creeps received $550 for winning second place.
Finally, in the Independent Grocers Division,
Old Rockies placed first, winning $700. Runs
Not Buns was in second place, earning $500.
Throughout the weekend, the Kinsmen
During the Men's Home Run Derby on Saturday, July 30, Derek Burges stands ready to try his Tournament presented $30,000 in prizes to
swing at hitting the ball out of the field in order to qualify for the second round. photo by winners in various events and final and semifinal
Stephanie Babych slo-pitch games.
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