SOFTBALL: Results after Saturday round robin action

Vancouver Island - Central Coast, and Caribbo NE on top

After completion of the round robin in softball, the following teams have advanced.

Girls

1st place – Vancouver Island – Central Coast

2nd place – Fraser Valley

3rd place – Vancouver Coastal

4th place – Fraser River.

 

5:15 game – Vancouver Island – Central Coast vs. Fraser River,

5:15. Game – Fraser Valley vs. Vancouver Coastal

 

Boys

1st place – Cariboo – North East

2nd place – Fraser River

3rd place – Thompson-Okanagan

4th place – Vancouver Coastal

 

5:15 game – Cariboo – North East vs. Vancouver Coastal

5:15 game – Fraser River vs. Thompson- Okanagan

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