It was an impressive showing for the Langley Xtreme 2001 rep B girls softball team.
The squad went a perfect 6-0 to capture top spot at the South Surrey/White Rock U14 fastpitch tournament over the weekend.
And it was also sweet revenge for the Xtreme, as they defeated the South Delta Invaders 11-3 in the championship final. The Invaders had defeated Langley at a tournament earlier this season.
In the final, Taryn Jenkins belted a home run and finished with a pair of RBIs while Sam Cox came up with a pair of spectacular catches in right-field.
Langley went 4-0 to place in round-robin action.
In the opener, they beat the host SSWR Thunder 01 8-0 behind a two-hit shutout from Kayla Michael and Piper French. Jacqueline Hudson’s two hits and two runs led the team in an 8-3 win over the Maple Ridge Rage 01 in game two.
Game three saw the Xtreme rally for the win as Ashley Preston had a clutch two-out single which scored two runs to tie the game in the third before Rebecca Courneyea smacked a triple the next inning and scored the winning run on a single from Jordan Quechuck to beat the Cloverdale Fury 5-4.
In the final round-robin game, Sierra Miller had three RBIs and Kaitlyn Cowie drove in one run in a 7-2 defeat of South Delta.
And in the semifinals, the Xtreme raced out to a 5-0 lead against Abbotsford before hanging on for the 6-4 win. Nadia Hudson came up with a huge defensive play at third base to preserve the victory while Jayna Hagen scored twice.
The team is coached by Rob French, Bill Cox and Holly French.