Silver lining for peewee Cubs

Kelowna places second at peewee AA tournament at Lombardy Park

The Kelowna Cubs display their silver medals from their home tourney last weekend.

The Kelowna Cubs settled for second best at a peewee AA baseball tournament held last weekend at Lombardy Park.

The tourney also featured teams from Nanaimo, West Kelowna and Penticton.

After going 4-0 in the round robin, Kelowna matched up against Nanaimo in the final.

Tied 2-2 after six innings, Nanaimo scored twice in the seventh to take a two-run lead.

Kelowna would answer back with one in the bottom half of the inning but would fall just short 4-3.

The Cubs’ game MVP’s included Adam Renneberg, Brady Renneberg, Karrson Meier and Ronnel Castro. Solo home runs were hit by Kelowna’s Dawson Head and Adam Renneberg.

The Kelowna Cubs peewee AA team is:  Adam Renneberg, Aidan Marsh, Brady Renneberg, Braedon Ozechowski, Cade Webber, Coltin Bryan, Connor Richards, Dawson Head, Ethan Kohlen, Evan Meekma, Finlay Nye, Karrson Meier and Ronnel Castro.

The coaches are Ted Richards, Derek Renneberg, Greg Meier, and Matt Nye.

 

 

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