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Heat win silver at provincials

Back row, left to right: Maclean Keraiff, Brea McCormack, Barry McCormack, Jeff Plitt, Niki Giesbrecht Front Row Danya Truscott-Plitt, Baylea Phillips, Ali Giesbrecht, Camryn Spring, Jacynda Conroy, Katie Anderson, Sydney Marlow, Skylar Brekke, Georgia Wurzer, Tracy Marlow. - Submitted photo
Back row, left to right: Maclean Keraiff, Brea McCormack, Barry McCormack, Jeff Plitt, Niki Giesbrecht Front Row Danya Truscott-Plitt, Baylea Phillips, Ali Giesbrecht, Camryn Spring, Jacynda Conroy, Katie Anderson, Sydney Marlow, Skylar Brekke, Georgia Wurzer, Tracy Marlow.
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The Cranbrook Heat U14C  girls fastball team will be coming home from Maple Ridge with a medal after a strong showing in the U14C provincial championship over the weekend. The Heat won six games as they advanced to the finals against the Chilliwack Her-ricanes. In an exciting final game, the Heat lost 11-10 after 10 innings of play to take silver in the provincial championship.

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