The Aldergrove Dodgers Peewee A baseball team captured the Championship in Burnaby’s Summer Fun Tournament this past weekend.

Aldergrove Dodgers are the Champs

The Aldergrove Dodgers Peewee A baseball team captured the Championship in Burnaby’s Summer Fun Tournament this past weekend.

The Aldergrove Dodgers Peewee A baseball team captured the Championship in Burnaby’s Summer Fun Tournament this past weekend.

The Dodgers placed second earlier in the season at Surrey Canadian’s All Star Kick-off, coming up short to Kamloops in the season opening tournament.

A hard-fought three days in 35 degree temperatures didn’t stop the Peewee A’s from claiming victory in the 13U tournament, beating Burnaby, Kamloops, Newton, Chilliwack and North Delta, said head coach Phil Konkin.

The boys played five games in the heat with Michael Adam hitting a triple and Anthony Mele hitting a home run in the top of the seventh inning of the final game to seal the championship against North Delta Rays 10-6.

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