Cole Anderson (left) and Kale Eddy (right) from Lake Cowichan made the Vancouver Island baseball team for the BC Summer Games

Lake Cowichan baseball players join Island team

Lake ball players part of Island's team for Summer Games in Nanaimo

Cole Anderson (left) and Kale Eddy (right), both 14, were selected from a group of 65 boys that tried out from various communities on Vancouver Island to represent one of two bantam baseball teams from the Island to play in the BC Summer Games from July 17-20 in Nanaimo. There will be six regions of BC competing in the games. This is a great

opportunity and accomplishment for the boys, they will never forget their experience, and are very proud to be representing Lake Cowichan. For more info and schedule go to www.bcgames.org.

 

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