Chilliwack bats selected for Baseball B.C. squads

Chilliwack has four players who’ve been picked for Team B.C. tournament rosters.

Baseball B.C. has named four Chilliwackians to provincial teams that will be active in August.

A U-14 squad that will represent B.C. at the 2017 Western Championships includes Keegan Wong and Taylor Wright.

That tournament runs Aug. 17-21 in Kamloops. Team B.C. finished fourth in 2016.

Sarah Krahn and Bella Melnuk have been selected for a U-16 team that will represent B.C. at 2017 nationals, running Aug. 17-21 in Vaughan, ON.

Team B.C. won bronze last year.

Melnuk is also listed on the roster of U-21 Team B.C. as it prepares for a national tournament running Aug. 24-28 in Stonewall, MB.

Team B.C. won silver last year.

For more info visit baseball.bc.ca/girls

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