Trail All Stars split first games at B.C.s

The Trail All Stars got off to a great start at the B.C. Little League Baseball championship on the weekend

The Trail All Stars got off to a great start at the B.C. Little League Baseball championship on the weekend beating White Rock 11-5 in the opening match before falling to Beacon Hill 12-2.

It was Trail’s first ever win over White Rock at the B.C. Little League championship on Saturday. Trail jumped out to an 8-0 lead, before White Rock would score five runs in the fifth to cut the lead to 9-5. However, Trail would count two more in the sixth to net their first win of the tournament.

Trail would be on the losing end of a 12-2 drubbing by Beacon Hill on Sunday however. The Victoria based team scored six runs in the second inning and another four in the fourth to take an 10-2 lead. Two more runs in the bottom of the fifth by Beacon Hill would end the game due to the 10-run rule.

Trail played the host North Langley Monday night but scores were unavailable at press time. They play Forrest Hills today at 2 p.m., and Little Mountain Wednesday at 11 a.m. on Thursday.

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