Bantam Storm hosting provincial finals this weekend

Sylvan Lake Storm bantam boys baseball team is hosting provincial Tier II finals tomorrow (Friday) to Sunday at Four Seasons Park.

Sylvan Lake Storm bantam boys baseball team is hosting provincial Tier II finals tomorrow (Friday) to Sunday at Four Seasons Park.

The boys, aged 14 and 15, won eight games and lost two in regular season play. During provincial league play leading up to the finals they won three and lost three putting them fifth overall and first place in Tier II.

Sylvan Storm plays tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., on Saturday at noon and 6 p.m. and on Sunday if they make it to the final game.

The team includes Aaron Pickering, Blake Carrik, Braden Bystrom, Jacksyn Goodall, Jaxon Johannson, Jerryd Wold, Kaden Judson, Kody Wold, Liam Edgecombe, Mitchell Schmitz, Noah Carlson, Reid Aman and Rhett Scott.

Tom Schmitz is head coach, Devin Fletcher is assistant coach and Tricia Schmitz is manager.

 

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