The Hi Vi's get a base hit against the Fireballers during the OrcaFest slo pitch tournament.

OrcaFest hosts ‘slo pitch’ tournament

A 'slo pitch' tournament was held during OrcaFest weekend in Port McNeill.

The ‘slo pitch’ ball tournament, held during OrcaFest weekend in Port McNeill, was a NSA (National Softball Association) sanctioned tournament that featured non-stop baseball action around the clock.

With 16 teams competing for a playoff spot in four different skill level divisions, there were plenty of base hits, outstanding catches, line drives, and home runs to go around.

In the D division, the Timberland Tropics defeated the Deadliest Catch in the finals at the Hyde Creek field.In the C division, Little Hits defeated the Woss Brewers in the finals at the Mantic Field.In the B division, the Hi Vi’s defeated Patterson’s in the finals at the Centennial field.In the A division, the Wood Chuckers defeated the Crush by 13 runs in the finals at the Centennial field.

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