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Extreme are champions of 2019 San Pedro Town Council Co-ed Softball Tournament

BELIZE CITY, Mon. Feb. 10, 2020– The championship finals of the San Pedro Town Council Co-ed Softball Tournament 2019, which began on November 10, 2019, were played yesterday, Sunday, at the Hon. Louis “Cuz” Sylvester Sports Complex in San Pedro. One of the 5 participating teams, Beer League, did not make the playoffs. The Finals involved a two-game series, while the third place consolation match was played in the interval between the two Finals games.

In the championship Match 1, Extreme defeated RCGO, 13-7. Winning pitcher was Christian Logan; and the losing pitcher was Konrad Gonzalez.

The third place Consolation Match saw San Pedro High School Sharks (SPHSS) with the 12-2 victory over Rusties. Jorge Escalante was the winning pitcher, while Erwin Tate suffered the loss.

And in the championship Match 2, it was Extreme completing the sweep with an 11-4 win over RCGO. Brandon Bood was the winning pitcher for Extreme, and the loss was charged to Christian Orellano.

Individual Awards Female: RBI – Erlene Belisle (SPHSS); Stolen Bases – Destiny Fairbairn (Extreme); Best Infielder – Caroline Sersland (Rusties); Best Outfielder – Destiny Fairbairn (Extreme); Batting Average – Destiny Fairbairn (Extreme). Individual Awards Male: Most Wins – Christian Logan (Extreme); Most Strikeouts – Christian Logan (Extreme); RBI – Alex Roache (RCGO); Stolen Bases – Rene Flowers (Extreme); Home Run – Alex Roache (RCGO); Best Infielder – Rene Flowers (Extreme); Best Outfielder – Alan Ayala (SPHSS); Batting Average – Alex Roache (RCGO); MVP – Brandon Bood (Extreme).

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