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Storm unbeaten in Kelowna

The Surrey Storm ‘97 brushed aside the opposition, winning six consecutive games by a combined score of 67-7 to win the Spring Sizzle Pee Wee B girls softball tournament in Kelowna June 3-5.

The Storm were seeded first after four round robin games, defeating the Langley Rebels (5-2),  Coquitlam Classics (22-0), the North Delta Sunfire (5-0) and the Nanaimo Diamonds (12-2).

The they stopped the South Delta Invaders 14-2 in a semifinal contest, wrapping up the championship with a 9-1 triumph in a rematch with the Sunfire.

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