Lacombe Peewee A Blue baseball team

Sweet victory

Players of the Lacombe Peewee A Blue baseball team pose for a celebratory photo

Players of the Lacombe Peewee A Blue baseball team pose for a celebratory photo after winning their home tournament earlier this month.

Pictured here from back left are Coaches Shawn Lukat, Dan Tees, Troy Rider, Chris Steeves and Dave Beadell; middle row from left, players Jackson Rider, Anthony Swann, Kyle Imesch and Carter Steeves and front row from left, Hunter Tonneson, Cole Tees, Jake Pocock, Parker Mogck, Jackson Waddell and Eli Lukat.

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