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Sam Steele’s slo-pitch Saints

Saints win 38-team A Division at Sam Steele Slo-Pitch Tournament

Townsman Staff

The Saints, sponsored by Hearing Life Canada, went undefeated en route to winning the 38-team A Division of the 2016 Sam Steele Slo-Pitch Tournament last weekend in Cranbrook.

The Saints knocked off the Crush by a 17-14 margin in the championship game to claim the title.

“The team, made up of family and friends, participates in the Sam Steele Tournament every year and is impressed with the level of play and how well the tournament is organized,” said Kasson Bullock, manager/coach of the Saints.

The Saints are, back row (L to R): Eric Darker, Kent Wynder, Steven Jacobson, Logan Skretting, TJ Quinton, Kasson Bullock, Mike Henninger; middle row (L to R): Becky Henninger, Karlene Quinton, Brodie Wynder (bat boy); front row (L to R): Kristi Wynder, Karma Henninger and Anna Turuk.

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