Second annual softball tournament a great way to celebrate Canada Day
New teams take part in second annual tournament, but Port aux Basques holds onto its championship title.
It was the home team that came out on top at this summer’s second annual softball tournament, held on the Canada Day weekend.
Port aux Basques defeated Triton by a score of 9-4 to reclaim the title.
St. Anthony defeated McKays to take home third place, but the latter team was chosen as most sportsmanlike.
This was the first year for some of the teams participating in the tournament.
Returning teams St. Anthony and Isle aux Morts faced new challengers in first time participants from McKays, Burgeo and Triton.
Port aux Basques reclaimed their championship banner for the second straight year. Pictured are, front, from left, William Street, James Bond; back, Jordan Pike, coach Eric Davis, Morgan Colbourne, Nick Thorne, Cody Drover, Luke Penney, Colby Street, Lucas Leamon, Nicholas Davis, Noah LeFrense, Alexander Carter, Coach Sheldon Street
McKays was the team chosen for Best Sportsmanship. Pictured are, front, Darcee Gair, Jayden Harris, Dawn Quilty; back, coach Sherry Barnes, Sarah Cramm, Brayden McLean, Drew Quilty, Daniel Tapp, David McKay, Jonathon Lemoine, Tyson Chaffey, Marshall Butt and coach Tara Lee Barry.
St. Anthony came in third in the softball tournament. Pictured are, front, from left, Jonathan Kettle, Neil Rose, Aidan Keeping, Jacob Penney; back, Ben Gibbons, Nikki Rose, Lucas Wiseman, Mitchell Colbourne, Lorne Richards, Rebecca Wiseman, Matt Taylor, Will Gibbons, Kyle Dredge, Kathy Cull and Tristan Colbourne.
In their first year at the softball tournament, Triton claimed second place. Pictured are ,front, from left, Devin Roberts, Jesse Rideout, Ty Winsor, Luke Roberts; back, coach Roger Roberts, Noah Henstridge, Hunter Health, Makenna Taylor, Hailey Elliott, Riley Vincent and coach Ivan Suley.