The Kelowna Heat celebrate their win at the Delta U14B tourney. -Image credit: Contributed

U14 Heat golden in Delta

Kelowna girls win fastball tournament on Lower Mainland

With the provincials just weeks away, the Kelowna Heat U14 girls look to be rounding into form.

The Heat returned home last weekend with gold medals in hand from the Delta U14B softball tournament.

Featuring 16 of the best teams in B.C., the Heat rolled through the tournament playoffs with three consecutive victories.

In seven-inning championship final, Kelowna defeated the previously unbeaten Cloverdale Fury 4-3.

The Heat will be in Surrey next month for the Softball BC U14B provincials.

The Kelowna U14 Heat are: Lindsay Beaton, Emma Wilson, Cassie McConnell, Georgia Clough, Grace Mallet, Sammi Collins, Renay Willier, Sam Cruickshank, Ryley Binne, Carissa Adams, Toria Kover and Hunter Eskritt. The coaches are Kurt Kover, Scott Binne and Susie Mallette

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