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Fort McMurray 13U baseball group competes in Nationwide Western Championships

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Fort McMurray’s 13U baseball group had a tough time on the 13U Nationwide Western Championships because the group misplaced each sport they performed. The group’s coach, Keith Breen, is happy with how exhausting the athletes labored this previous weekend.

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“We have been out-skilled, however what went proper is the youngsters belief the issues they discovered all through the season. They used these abilities in video games and lots of them grew to become higher teammates this weekend. Their backs have been towards the wall and so they discovered to depend on one another,” mentioned Breen.

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“These are the perfect AAA groups in western Canada and we’re a very good AA group. We’ve received AAA gamers combined amongst us however not sufficient to fish out.”

The group misplaced 15-4 to Saskatchewan, 13-3 to British Columbia, 13-3 to Manitoba and 18-3 in a second sport towards Manitoba.

“They’re nice youngsters. They received beat up at present however none of them are crying, none of them are upset proper now. They realize it’s only a sport,” mentioned Breen after the ultimate loss to Manitoba.

“Our group battled each single sport. They competed and that’s all we will ask for. We didn’t are available right here pondering we have been gonna win a championship, we got here in right here eager to compete and I believed we competed to the perfect of our capability.”

Breen continues to be blissful that so many individuals from Fort McMurray got here out to help the group and is grateful for volunteers. The video games have been all at J. Howard Pew Park and Bob Campbell Area. Because the host group, Fort McMurray was assured a neighborhood group.

Breen admires how exhausting the athletes performed, and hopes assembly the opposite groups will inspire the athletes to aspire to a better degree of baseball.

Ultimately, Workforce Alberta gained gold and silver went to Workforce Saskatchewan. Bronze went to Workforce British Columbia.

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