An historic victory
CBN Bulldogs all-female peewee team capture provincial title
It was the first coaching experience for Squires and Adams.
Although the pair was given a hand by Adams’ older brother Jared, the two female coaches handled the duties themselves in the championship game.
This meant handling third and first base duties, along with player decisions and the flashing of signs.
It is completely different from being coached.
With that, Adams and Squires will carry their experiences from this tournament for some time.
“Coaching these talented girls will be the biggest memory itself,” said Adams. “I’ll carry with me the memory of how rewarding it really is to see your team happy to play and working together.”
Members of the championship team are: Madison Coombs, Brooklyn Childs, Noelle Drover, Cheyenne Ryan, Samantha Pike, Jenna Lee Ralph, Sara Smith, Hillary Reardon, Stephanie Crane and Victoria Reardon.
The CBN Bulldogs peewee girls team captured the first ever Peewee Girls Provincial Championship on Aug 16-18 in Spaniard’s Bay with a 17-9 victory over the St. John’s Capitals. The Bulldogs bested the Caps 3-0 in the best-of-five series to take the title. Members of the team are: front (l-r) — Samantha Pike, Jenna Lee Ralph, Sara Smith, Hillary Reardon, Stephanie Crane and Victoria Reardon; back — coach Megan Adams, Madison Coombs, Brooklyn Childs, Noelle Drover, Cheyenne Ryan and coach April Squires. Missing from photo is coach Jared Adams.