Finals set for Trail Youth Baseball

Youth Baseball finals: Jr. Trail Red Sox vs Trail Blue Jays and the U13 Trail Red Sox vs Castlegar

Trail Youth Baseball League will showcase its Jr. league finals on Thursday at Butler Park. In Tuesday’s quarter-final match, The Trail Mariners trailed the Nelson Jr. Dodgers 8-7, but Mariners pitcher Ally Schroder shut down the Dodgers through the final three innings, and Steven Ross belted a two-run walk-off double in the final inning to give the Mariners a thrilling 9-8 victory. The M’s were right back on the field to play the semifinal against the league-leading Trail Red Sox. However, this time the Mariners couldn’t come back, with the Sox winning the game 8-3. The Red Sox now face the Trail Blue Jays who beat the Castlegar Badgers 12-4 in the other semifinal. The TYBL final goes on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Butler.


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Youth Baseball finals: Jr. Trail Red Sox vs Trail Blue Jays and the U13 Trail Red Sox vs Castlegar

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