The Tadople Aldergrove Dodgers participated in the 2014 Rupert Reed Invitational Tournament this past weekend

Tadpole Dodgers ready for tourney

The Tadople Aldergrove Dodgers participated in the 2014 Rupert Reed Invitational Tournament this past weekend

The Tadople Aldergrove Dodgers participated in the 2014 Rupert Reed Invitational Tournament this past weekend, hosted by Ridge Meadows Minor Baseball.

Though their results did not show in the wins every boy and girl played their heart out and improved with each game.

They held their own in all four games and won the longest throw in the skills competition.

Their sportsmanship and enthusiasm did not go unnoticed by those around them.

They are now looking forward to their upcoming tournament in Cloverdale at the end of the month. Go Dodgers!

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