The Strikeforce team from Terrace took third in the semifinals against Prince Rupert’s Diamond Diggers. (Contributed Photo)

Queens’ slo-pitch league tournament sees record team turnout last weekend

Kings’ champions were Terrace Reds

It was a record turnout at the Queens’ slo-pitch league tournament last weekend in Terrace.

Ten teams came out to compete in the ladies’ slo-pitch games from July 19 to 21, crowning the Diamond Diggers from Prince Rupert as champions for the third year in a row with a 7-0 win against the #I’d Hit That team from Kitimat.

The Strikeforce team from Terrace placed third in the semifinals during their final battle against the Diamond Diggers.

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Players from Prince Rupert, Kitimat, Smithers and Terrace participated in the tournament.

That same weekend, the men also held their Kings’ slo-pitch league, with the Terrace Reds’ team taking first place and Stallion in second.

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Terrace Reds’ team took first place at their Kings’ slo-pitch tournament. (Contributed Photo)

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