McKenna Bowering, Skye Gillespie and Emma Smith from Lacombe Matrix U12 girls’ softball team share a laugh while waiting their turn to bat at the Provincials held in Edmonton July 6 - 8. The Matrix played Sundre Red Hot Devils Friday, winning the game 8-7. However, Sundre contested the game and another inning was played Saturday morning and the final score was 9-8 for Sundre. Lacombe played West Valley Vipers from Calgary winning 14-13 and also defeated High Park Flyers from Edmonton 15-9 on Saturday. Their final game against Bonnyville was postponed until Sunday morning. Bonnyville Angels won the game 10-8. Treena Mielke Photo

Lacombe Matrix U12 girls compete in Provincials

Girls have fun at Provincials

Girls have fun at Provincials

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