Mount Baker Wild set to host baseball tourney

Six-team tournament action begins Friday evening at Confederation Park in Cranbrook as Wild host Kimberley's Selkirk Secondary School

Mount Baker Wild

The Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS) Wild baseball team is set to host tournament action at Confederation Park in Cranbrook this weekend, welcoming teams from Kimberley, Calgary, Grand Forks and Trail.

The six-team tournament gets underway Friday night at 6 p.m. as the Wild host Kimberley’s Selkirk Secondary School Storm to open the festivities.

Action resumes Saturday morning at 9 a.m. as the Wild take on the Calgary ‘B’ Redbirds.

Round-robin action concludes Saturday night at 6 p.m. when the Calgary ‘A’ Redbirds face Grand Forks High School.

From there, elimination play carries throughout Sunday morning and afternoon, with the championship game slated for 1:30 p.m. at Confederation Park.

Mount Baker Wild Baseball Tournament Schedule

Friday6 p.m. — Selkirk Storm vs. Mount Baker Wild

Saturday9 a.m. — Mount Baker Wild vs. Calgary ‘B’ Redbirds11:15 a.m. — J.L. Crowe Secondary School (Trail) vs. Calgary ‘A’ Redbirds1:30 p.m. — Grand Forks High School vs. J.L. Crowe Secondary School3:45 p.m. — Selkirk Storm vs. Calgary ‘B’ Redbirds6 p.m. — Calgary ‘A’ Redbirds vs. Grand Forks High School

Sunday9 a.m. — 3rd Place, Pool A vs. 3rd Place, Pool B11:15 a.m. — 2nd Place, Pool A vs. 2nd Place, Pool B1:30 p.m. — 1st Place, Pool A vs. 1st Place, Pool B

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