A quick recovery by Trail Minor All Stars catcher Scott McLaren, as he tags out the Chewelah runner at the plate, was a key play in the All Stars 6-5 victory over the visiting U.S. team on Tuesday at Andy Bilesky Park in Trail. The All Stars combined great defence and timely hitting to comeback from a 3-2 deficit in the sixth inning for the victory. The win ties the season series with Chewelah at two-games apiece, with the rubber match set to go in the final tournament of the season in Colville, Wash. this weekend. It was the final home game for the age 9-10 All Stars who had a successful season, finishing second in Chewelah’s Chattaquah Days tournament, and third in the Deer Park Wood Bat Tournament.

Trail Minor All Stars beat Chewelah in final home game

Timely hitting and big defensive plays boost the Trail Minor All Stars past Chewelah

JIM BAILEY

Trail Times

Timely hitting and big defensive plays boost the Trail Minor All Stars past Chewelah

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