Ice breaker softball results

15 softball teams battled it out in four different divisions all weekend long through rough weather

Break out your gloves and bats, the first softball tournament of the year was held last weekend in Port Hardy.

The ‘ice breaker’ softball tournament featured around-the-clock games held at the Storey’s Beach ball diamonds.

15 teams participated in four different divisions using a skins format, and the finals were all held on Sunday.

Tri-Port Minor Baseball held a special peewee/bantam game on Saturday, and they also ran a concession as a fundraiser for minor baseball.

Results are as follows:

D division

1st Diamond Warriors

2nd Deadliest Catch

3rd Average Joes

MSP male James Humchitt Jr Diamond Warrriors

MSP female Sara Perkovich Deadliest Catch

C division

1st Totems

2nd Storm

3rd Kekembas

4th Ballerz

MSP male Mike Totems

MSP female Terrisa King Storm

B division

1st Load Em Up

2nd Purple Cobras

3rd Ravens

4th Black Sox

MSP male David Chapman Purple Cobras

MSP female Ruth Clair Sr Load Em Up

A division

1st Crush

2nd Bushcats

3rd Blue Sox

4th Swingers

MSP male Brandon Cheetham Crush

MSP female Courtney Darling

Crush donated their money back ($560) to Tri-Port Minor Ball.

The next softball tournament is the Fathers Day Classic June 15-18.

-Tyson Whitney article


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