Lake Cowichan Lakers Bantam A team with the championship trophy in Victoria

Lakers win Bantam A baseball championship

A 12-8 win over the Peninsula Outlaws gives Lake Cowichan Lakers Bantam A championship victory

The Lake Cowichan Lakers Bantam A team brought home the Greater Victoria Baseball Association Bantam A Championship this past Friday night.

The championship game was played at Lambrick Park in Victoria, where the Lakers were victorious in a 12-8 win over the Peninsula Outlaws.

Lake Cowichan were down 5-0 and 7-5 in the game at certain stages but showed grit and determination to bring the championship home to the Lake.

Nic Brown was one of the stars of the show, striking out three batters in the third inning.

Logan Wiersma starred on the batting front, with an impressive RBI triple to deep centre field.

The Lakers’ AA team also won their own championship earlier last week on Tuesday night.

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