The Langley Xtreme U18B girls fastpitch team capped off their season with a silver medal.

Silver lining to end Xtreme season

Girls U18B fastpitch team caps off season with second-place finish at provincial championships

The Langley Xtreme U18B girls fastball team capped off their season with the silver medal at the provincial championships.

The championships were held last month (July 19 to 21) in Cordova Bay on Vancouver Island.

The Xtreme went 3-1 in the round robin part of the tournament, beating the Burnaby Oakeys 5-2, the Richmond Islanders 8-2 and the Duncan Dragons 4-1. The lone loss was a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Ridge Meadows Rage.

The record was good enough to advance to the playoff round where Langley went 3-2 in the double knockout format, with both defeats at the hands of Burnaby, 7-5 and 11-9.

Their wins were over the Richmond Islanders 7-2, the Peninsula Power 7-2 and 7-3 over the Nanaimo Diamonds.

For the season, the Xtreme went an impressive 43-16-2, which included tournament victories in Abbotsford, Surrey and at the District 8 championships. They also finished third at the Canadian Open.

The team consists of Melina Christopherson, Devan Cosens, Teal Delaney-Hird, Stephanie Digness,Rachelle Folk, Taylor Glass, Kianna Komorowski, Delanie Locke, Rachel Openshaw, Robyn Petersen, Cassidy Peterson, and Courtney Thorne.

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