The kids had their game faces on as they played their season opener on Tuesday

Lake Cowichan Minor Baseball season begins in Cowichan Lake

Lake Cowichan Minor Baseball season begins in Cowichan Lake

The kids had their game faces on as they played their season opener on Tuesday, April 10. Mosquitoes 2, The Royals, played in Lake Cowichan against the Duncan Dodgers. This was a big game for the new baseball coach, Calvin Convery. “He is a welcome addition to our team,” says Vice-president of Lake Cowichan Minor Ball Association, Connie Vaughan.  Convery will be coaching the team this year with the assistance of Rocky Wise.

The Royals tied up the game against the Dodgers with a 10-10 score.

 

 

 

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