Baseball: LVR hosts tournament at Butler Park

Nelson’s L.V. Rogers high school baseball team will host a tournament at Trail’s Butler Park Friday and Saturday.

Nelson’s L.V. Rogers high school baseball team will host a tournament at Trail’s Butler Park Friday and Saturday, bolstered by a handful of accomplished Trail players.

The L.V.R. Bombers, coached by the Trail AA Orioles bench bosses Ron and Kyle Mace, will host four teams from Vulcan, Alta., Mt. Baker in Cranbrook, Kelowna’s Mt. Boucherie, and Selkirk Secondary in Kimberley.

Trail players Brendan Makay, Derek Green, Ross St. Jean, Bradly Ross, and Colton Miracle will take the field with the Bombers as they look to keep the Bombers unbeaten season alive.

LVR opens the tournament with a doubleheader beginning Friday at 10 a.m. against Mt. Baker, and again at 12:15 p.m. versus Selkirk. On Saturday they host Vulcan at 12:15 p.m. at Butler Park and Mt. Boucherie at 2:30 p.m.

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