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Mikaela Kuefler a home run, flying just this side of fair. They
managed to pick the score up to 14 to 23 for the
On May 9, the Ninja's played the Brew-Jays Brew-Jays. In the top of the seventh, the Brew-Jays
during the division 'B' Edson Slo-Pitch league were unsuccessful gaining anymore RBI's as the
game, at Vision Park. Ninja's shut them down with three consecutive outs.
The start of the game was close, until the third The Ninja's were the final team up to bat, scoring
inning. The Ninja's had a difficult time at bat as they another four runs, but the Brew-Jays won the game
struck out or hit some pop flies, making for an easy with a score of 18-23.
Brew-Jays player, Jackson Maris, commented
THE WEEKLY ANCHOR “Parkland out. The setting sun, as always, was a contender after the game that “the game was close to start, then
when at bat, making it difficult to see the pitcher and
the ball. The Brew-Jays were able to capitalize on
we had a couple of big innings. We've got a solid
Custom T-Shirts! Perspective” the Ninja's errors and created a big lead until the team this year and we're having a lot of fun”.
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A very special thank you to all of the planning committee members,
Kaylie Abbott, Vanessa Fechko, Christine Davis, Shawna Gorgichuk, volunteers, contestants and equipment donators
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during the 6th annual Edson Horse Show held April 30.
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