Langley Xtreme strike gold

It was a the perfect combination of offence and defence as the Langley Xtreme 99 topped off five back-to-back games with a gold medal during a girls softball tournament held last weekend at London Park in Richmond.

After a perfect Sunday in which they undefeated all day, the Xtreme found themselves in the gold medal game against the Kelowna Heat who had beaten them 7-4 on Saturday.

But Sunday proved to be Xtreme’s day.

The teams traded runs for the first two innings and were tied 5-5 at the top of the third. At that point, the Xtreme rallied with a nine-run inning to put the game out of Kelowna’s reach.

Backed by strong pitching from four different hurlers, Xtreme held Kelowna to seven runs while adding three more to their total for a final score of 16-7.

Langley Xtreme 99 are Remy Brayshaw, Taylor Quechuck, Jennifer Delaney, Shaelene Locke, Terae Walters, Andria Coulbourn, Britney Ingham, Jessie Wright, Sarah Mior, Emily Morrison, Jordyn Scott, Sydney Redden, and Teigan Ritchie.

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