The Rage U19B girls softball team earned a spot at the provincial championships in Fleetwood July 6-7.
They qualified after scoring crucial wins against the Nanaimo Diamonds U19B, 6-2 in the first game and 3-0 in the second.
Meanwhile the U12C Rage won bronze medal at the squirt splash in Port Alberni recently. They finished the round robin play with two wins over Alberni Waterbottles and Langford Lightning, and two losses, coming up short against Lake Hill and a run short against the Alberni boys team.
In the playoffs, the Rage faced Lake Hill again, and again ended up in the losing column. They went on to the final bronze medal game against the Alberni Chilli Peppers. It was their sixth game in two days and despite being bruised and tired, the Rage found one last burst of energy to cool down the Chilli Peppers and take home the bronze.
The team consist of Naia Kroeker (MVP game 1), Kyla Button (MVP game 2), Ella Foster (MVP game 3), Kaitlyn Hagen (MVP game 4), Jocelyn Ogilvie (MVP game 5), Isabelle Scott, Jaida Zanchetta, Jaymi Hocking, Clairity Dolan, Mckinley Schworan and Jennaya Foster. The coaches are Sarah Kroeker, Kris Hagen, John Scott.
— NEWS Staff