The U12 Sonic softball team was in Leader for the Softball Saskatchewan South Sask C tournament this past weekend. The Sonic finished the tournament with a 3-3 record, good for third place.
The Sonic started the weekend with a 20-8 win over the Indian Head Angels. Catcher/third baseman Emma Murdoch was player of the game for the Sonic.
Saturday was a grind for the Sonic as they had three games on the schedule. They started the day with an 18-11 win over the Southeast Cosmos. Pitcher/shortstop Bree Pavely was named player of the game for the Sonic.
The second game Saturday was a tight affair against the Kindersley Royals in which the Sonic fell 9-7. Pitcher/shortstop Abbey Arntsen was the Sonic player of the game.
The Sonic wrapped up the day against a strong host team from Leader and lost another close game 7-4 to the Expos. Right fielder Taya Shotter was named player of the game for the Sonic.
The semi-final game was a rematch against the Kindersley Royals. Another tight game between the two teams resulted in a 12-10 loss for the Sonic with Arntsen being named player of the game.
In the bronze medal game the Sonic faced the Indian Head Angels. The Sonic came away with a 15-6 win. Left fielder Samantha Rempel was named player of the game.
The Leader Expos topped the Kindersley Royals 10-9 in the championship game.
The final standings were:
1. Leader Expos (6-0)
2. Kindersley Royals (4-2)
3. Swift Current Sonic (3-3)
4. Indian Head Angels (1-5)
5. Southeast Cosmos (0-4)
The Swift Current U12 Sonic finished their season with an overall record of 11-6-1.