Langley Xtreme U14B’s Kayla Michael delivers a pitch during the provincial championships earlier this month in Maple Ridge. The Xtreme capped off a fantastic season by winning the bronze medal as the team complied an overall record of 65-7 with six gold medals. The third-place finish was one of four bronze medals captured in the different age groups by Langley and North Langley teams, the only association in the province which is able to make that claim.

Langley Xtreme U14B’s Kayla Michael delivers a pitch during the provincial championships earlier this month in Maple Ridge. The Xtreme capped off a fantastic season by winning the bronze medal as the team complied an overall record of 65-7 with six gold medals. The third-place finish was one of four bronze medals captured in the different age groups by Langley and North Langley teams, the only association in the province which is able to make that claim.

Bronze lining for Xtreme teams

Four teams, four bronze medals for Langley rep B fastball teams at provincial championships

While gold is always the goal, the Langley rep B fastball program was successful in another significant feat.

The program was able to capture four bronze medals in various age groups at the provincial championships earlier this month, the only association able to make that claim.

Xtreme 2003

In the U12 division, the Xtreme used dogged determination and their bench strength to finish third out of 16 teams at Richmond’s London Park.

Langley went 4-0 during pool play and lost twice in the playoff round to the eventual provincial champs, the Richmond Islanders, and the silver medallist Surrey Storm.

The team finished the tournament 8-2.

The Xtreme 03 are: Avery Barker, Makenna Baly, Rylee Baly, Justine Charron, Alysia Dickens, Brooklyn Dougans, Renee Hudson, Ella Lindsay, Paige Martell, Madison Naylor, Makenna Nightingale, Nicole Nordal, Avery Penney, and Olivia Sing. The team is lead by Head Coach Kim Payne and Assistant Coaches Charles Dickens and Don Smith.

Xtreme 2001

The Langley Xtreme U14B team capped off a dominating season by winning bronze in Maple Ridge.

The team — which had captured six tournaments over the course of the season — was the top seed going into the playoff round but the Richmond Islanders beat them twice on their way to the gold medal.

The Xtreme finished the season with an eye-popping record of 65-7.

The Xtreme 01 are: Piper French, Kayla Michael, Ashley Preston, Nadia Hudson, Jacqueline Hudson, Jayna Hagen, Sam Cox, Kaitlyn Cowie, Jordan Quechuck, Taryn Jenkins, Sierra Miller, and Rebecca Coureynea  The team is lead by Head Coach Rob French and Assistant Coach Bill Cox and Bench Coach Holly French.

Xtreme 1999

The Langley Xtreme 1999 went 7-3 in Cloverdale to win the bronze medal in the U16B division.

Langley had gone 3-1 in the round robin part of the tournament before losing to South Delta and Kelowna in the double-knockout playoff round. The Xtreme did win four playoff games to find the podium.

The Xtreme 99 are: Andria Coulbourn, Jessie Wright, Catherine Toop, Lynsey Evans, Teigan Ritchie, Calista Thirsk, Shalene Locke, Emily Morrison, Jennifer Delaney, Terae Walters, Jordyn Scott, Sarah Mior, Taylor Quechuck, Remy Brayshaw and Britney.  The Head Coach is Shawn Brayshaw and Assistant Coaches Christy Thompson, Lianne Scott and Montana Turnovitski.

Rebels 1997

In their final year, the Langley U18B Rebels finished their careers on a winning note, taking the bronze medal at the provincial championships in Nanaimo.

The Rebels had gone 3-1 in pool play, prevailing by the mercy rule in all three, but an extra innings loss to Surrey in the quarter-final round knocked them from gold-medal contention.

The Rebels 97 are: Sarah Schwagele, Melanie Mullin, Cassidy Komorowski, Sahara Tomahawk, Presley Peccia, Nicole Bolton, Aymee Schwandt, Kyla Woelk, Brooke Deakin, Shannon Chick, Mackenzie Emerson, Jessica Lapensee, Maggie Crossley, and Amy Crossley.  The Head Coach is Rob Komorowski and Assistant Coaches Ron Adams and Duane Chick.