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St. John's club wins women's softball provincials

Lori Patey of the KSAB Curling Rangers connects for a base hit up the middle in her Corner Brook team's round-robin game against Impact Signs of St. John's in the 2018 senior ladies provincial fastpitch softball championship played at Fred Basha Memorial Park in Corner Brook this past weekend.
Lori Patey of the KSAB Curling Rangers connects for a base hit up the middle in her Corner Brook team's round-robin game against Impact Signs of St. John's in the 2018 senior ladies provincial fastpitch softball championship played at Fred Basha Memorial Park in Corner Brook this past weekend. - Gary Kean

They were the only non-Corner Brook team in the four-team field, but they got the job done anyway.

Impact Signs of St. John’s captured the women’s fastpitch softball provincial championship at Fred Basha Memorial Park on Sunday with a 10-0 mercy rule win over the KSAB Curling Rangers.

Vic Davies led the charge for the victors, going 3-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBIs.

Jenna Connolly earned the pitching decision over Donna Clarke.

With a 3-2 record, Clarke was named top pitcher of the tournament, while Karen Bolger of the Rangers was top batter with a .571 average. Reagan Myers of Impact Signs was tournament MVP with two pitching wins, five RBIs, and a .500 batting average.

Impact Signs made the final on the strength of a 17-0 five-inning win over the Rapid Power Sports Bees, while the Rangers edged Whelan’s Gate 14-13 to punch their ticket to the championship game.

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