Twyla Damant of Castor Crush. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Castor Crush takes on Stettler Storm

2-day tournament in Stettler

Stettler Storm held a fastball tournament over the weekend with teams participating from Castor, Sylvan Lake, Innisfail, Calahoo, Lloydminster, Wetaskiwn, Drumheller, Edmonton, Ponoka, Bashaw, Consort, Lacombe, Kitscoty, Bentley, Delburne and Trochu.

Castor Crush U16 girls beat Stettler Storm June 3 during a game to win bronze.

 

Twyla Damant of Castor Crush. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Castor Crush player Kiara Gamroth at bat and Karlee Abt on deck. (Lisa Joy/Settler Independent) Castor Crush player Kiara Gamroth at bat and Karlee Abt on deck. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Sydney Jack hits the ball during a game against Castor while Castor Crush catcher Twyla Damant looks to see where it’s going. The two teams battled for bronze in the Stettler Storm Fastball Tournament June 3. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Stettler Storm U16 catcher Brooke Laisnez. Lisa Joy/Castor Advance) Stettler Storm U16 B Division catcher Brooke Laisnez. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Stettler Storm’s Brooke Mulgrove tags Castor Crush player Kiara Gamroth sliding into base June 3. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Castor Crush pitcher Tristen Shaw. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Stettler Storm’s Brooke Mulgrove waits for the ball as a Castor Crush player Karlee Abt slides into base. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance) Stettler Storm U16 B Division’s Brooke Mulgrove waits for the ball as a Castor Crush player Karlee Abt slides into base. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

Stettler Storm’s Hannah Elines and Castor Crush’s Twyla Damant. (Lisa Joy/Castor Advance)

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