The Langley Xtreme captured the bronze medal at a weekend tournament in South Surrey.

Langley’s Xtreme captures bronze medal

Langley U14B girls B peewee softball team finishes third at South Surrey White Rock tournament

The Langley Xtreme began the season with a podium finish.

The U14B girls peewee softball rep team finished third over the weekend at the South Surrey White Rock Minor Softball Association’s annual peewee B tournament.

It ran April 29 to May 1.

The Xtreme finished in third spot after defeating the SSWR Thunder by an 11-4 score.

Langley was seeded second out of the six teams following round robin play after going 3-0-1.

The Xtreme beat the Thunder ’02, Thunder ’03 and Fleetwood Force ’03 team while tying the Duncan Rivercats ’03.

In the semifinal round, Langley lost 8-5 to the Rivercats.

 

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