The Central Alberta Impact won gold at the Under-19-B Softball Alberta Provincials in Irma on the weekend. L-R back: manager Jill Jeglum, kaya knight, Taylor Ronald, asst. coach Darren Jeglum, Erica Knight, coach Ryan Ronald, Jaedyn Knight, Annika Jeglum, Destiny Gillespie, Tiffany Ronald, Asst. coach Craig Knight, Ryen Clutton, Alexa Knight, Asst. coach Brian Knight. Front L-R: Bryn Hebert, Katelyn Jeglum, Camryn Fodor, Megan Hebert (Contributed Photo)

Central Alberta teams win gold at Softball Alberta Provincials

It was a strong weekend of softball for local teams at Softball Alberta Provincials.

In the Under-14-D Final in Medicine Hat, it was an all Central Alberta final. The Sylvan Lake Storm were triumphant, earning a 16-9 win over Sundre to capture gold.

In Irma, the Central Alberta Impact took top spot with a 12-0 win over the Red Deer Rage who earned silver in the Under-19-B age group. The Elnora Eagles finished with bronze after a 10-1 win over the Stettler Storm.

The Red Deer Rage also settled for silver at the Under-10-A level, after an extremely well-played tournament. They lost 14-8 to the Lloydminster Liners in the gold medal game but outscored opponents 88-18 through their first five games.

At the Under-10-B tournament, the Sylvan Lake Storm captured bronze.



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