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Mayhem too much for Langley in finals

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The Mayhem got the best of the Langley Xtreme in the championship finals of the Lower Mainland Cup in Vancouver.

Missing two key players, the Langley Xtreme 2001 rep B softball team dropped a 19-10 decision to the Chilliwack Mayhem.

Langley had defeated Chilliwack 18-10 during round robin play.

The Xtreme also beat the Vancouver Wildcats 11-3 and lost 16-13 to the North Shore Allstars.

With their 2-1 record, Langley won the pool and defeated the Allstars 5-4 to book a spot in the championship final.

Pitching duties were shared by Piper French and Sydney Wood, catching by Brooklyn Baly and Breanna Connolly, and batting by Rebecca Courneyea, Sierra Miller, Kaitlin Cowie, Jayna Hagen, Samantha Cox, Kayla Michael and Jordan Quechuck. Sick and sorely missed during the games was Taryn Jenkins. The team is coached by Robert French and David Wood.

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