The U14 West Kootenay Rebels are on their way to Langley to play in the 2019 U14-B Provincial Softball Championship. The team will compete against 17 teams from across B.C. and hope to improve upon their fourth-place finish in the silver pool at last year’s championship. This year’s team includes: (back from left) Kendra Stavast, Averi Handley, Cassidy Smyth, Serena Morgan, and Maddie Riley. Middle – Ava Nault, Payton Avis, Brynn Gallamore, Zoe Davies, and Sydney Dobie. Front – Taylor Jessup and Natasha Holland.

West Kootenay Rebels off to provincials

The West Kootenay Rebels begin play Friday at the 2019 U14 BC girls softball championship

The U14 West Kootenay Rebels are on their way to Langley to play in the 2019 U14-B Provincial Softball Championship. The team will compete against 17 teams from across B.C. and hope to improve upon their fourth-place finish in the silver pool at last year’s championship. This year’s team includes: (back from left) Kendra Stavast, Averi Handley, Cassidy Smyth, Serena Morgan, and Maddie Riley. Middle – Ava Nault, Payton Avis, Brynn Gallamore, Zoe Davies, and Sydney Dobie. Front – Taylor Jessup and Natasha Holland.

The West Kootenay Rebels begin play Friday at the 2019 U14 BC girls softball championship

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