DGSA finishes season strong
The Dr umheller Gir ls S oftball A ssociation (DGSA) season finally c ame to an end on J uly 7, 8, and 9.
“They had a lot of f un and it w as a le arning experience for some and it was great for all. I’m sure they are all going to come back next year,” said DGSA president Kent Jensen.
Starting from top to bottom in age, the U16’s placed 5t h a t t heir pr ovincial t ournament in Stettler.
The girls had played four back-to-back games in weather easily over the 30 degree mark.
“They lost the tiebreaker to get into the final four so they ended up in fifth place overall,” said Jensen.
The U14’ s lo st three games and won one a t their provincial tournament. As for the U12’s, they lost to Innisfail.
So far, four to five girls will be moving on to the U19 team next year.
Registration for the league will start in S eptember at the Sports Expo.
The U14 Vipers line up for a game during the 2017 baseball season. submitted