Sports in brief: Todoruk honoured by BCPBL

Brandon Todoruk of the Abbotsford Cardinals has been honoured for his huge offensive season, earning four awards from the B.C. Premier Baseball League.

Brandon Todoruk of the Abbotsford Cardinals has been honoured for his huge offensive season, earning four awards from the B.C. Premier Baseball League.

Todoruk won the elite under-18 circuit’s triple crown, finishing first in batting average (.404), runs batted in (32), and home runs (three, tied with five other players). He was named the BCPBL’s top offensive player, rookie of the year, top batter, and first team all-conference infielder.

KOSLOWSKY MAKES THE CUT

Abbotsford volleyballer Tyler Koslowsky has been named to the B.C. men’s team for the Western Canada Summer Games.

Koslowsky, a recent Mennonite Educational Institute grad who will play for the Trinity Western Spartans this fall, made the cut following a three-week training camp in Kamloops. The Western Games are also in Kamloops, Aug. 5-14.

FUSION BRONZED AT B.C.’s

The Fraser Valley Fusion 99 squirt girls fastpitch team brought home a bronze medal from the provincial championships in Victoria last weekend.

The Fusion went a perfect 5-0 in the round robin. They lost their second game of the playoff round, but battled their way back to the semifinals. The team is comprised of Sydney Arnold, Sahiba Badh, Kristen Bartlett, Hannah Boulanger, Mackenzie Brown, Jillian Koschel, Rachel Lamborn, Janelle Loewen, Kathleen Lepine, Julia Minnaker, Tayler Janower and Miranda Parker.

TIME FOR TENNIS

Local tennis players are invited to participate in singles and doubles tennis leagues, which begin play in September.

The community leagues offer an opportunity to play the sport at one’s own skill level. Players or teams will play a minimum of six matches on local courts.

The registration deadline is Aug. 15. For more information, visit www.bctennis-leagues.50megs.com.

BEARCATS HOST V-BALL CAMPS

The Columbia Bible College Bearcats are hosting a pair of volleyball camps this summer.

The Bearcats girls camp, for athletes going into grades 7-12, runs Aug. 22-26. CBC volleyball coaches Duncan Harrison and Rocky Olfert will serve as lead instructors, and cost is $110.

The boys camp, for athletes going into Grades 8-12, is set for Aug. 29-Sept. 1. Olfert will lead the sessions, and the cost is $100.

For more information and to register, visit columbiabc.edu/athletics.