The Fraser Valley Fusion ’04A fastpitch team took top spot at the Pride & Power tournament hosted by the White Rock Renegades.

Fusion do it all en route to tourney title

Pitching? Check. Defence? Check. Offence? Check. Fraser Valley Fusion have all phases working in winning gold medal

Dominant pitching, error-free defence and an offence which took care of what it had to do, helped the Fraser Valley Fusion ’04A girls fastpitch team capture the gold medal.

The team was competing at the Pride & Power tournament hosted by the White Rock Renegades over the May long weekend at Softball City in South Surrey.

And the Fusion were lights out over the semifinal and championship games, respectively.

Maya Moreno threw a combined 12 innings of shutout ball over the final two games for the Fusion.

They defeated the Ridge Meadows Pride ’04A squad 9-1 in the semifinals and then 8-0 over the Tri-City Titans ’04A team in the championship final.

The team consists of Abigail Bates, Jessica Heutink, Julia Clauzel, Kate Dubois, Kayla White, Manami Ushijima, Maya Moreno, Raya Crone, Reilley Coghill, Sam Morton, Kennedy Laird and Kate Melville.

The coaches are David Quon , Kaitlyn  Cameron, Mitch Jeffers and Laurie-May Quon.

 

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