The ball hockey tournament turned out to be the best yet

Beaver Valley May Days Sports

Beaver Valley May Days brought out its best on the field and on the ball hockey court, with a fun and competitive week filled with sports.



Beaver Valley May Days brought out its best on the field and on the ball hockey court, with a fun and competitive week filled with sports. Clockwise from top: Stephen Mota leans into this pitch as the Blasters slow pitch team went on to capture the “A” title in the slo-pitch tournament, while the ball hockey tournament turned out to be the best yet, attracting 13 teams in three divisions in which the Russkies three-peated, once again winning the coveted Silver Cup in the adult division. Montrose +1 captured the Intermediate division, and the BC Elite team took top spot in the Junior division. The Beaver Valley Little League tourney also went off without a hitch with the home team B.V. Yankees defeating the Trail Eagles in the final to claim the tournament title for the first time in a dozen years.

Photos: Jim Bailey & Art Harrison

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