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Chilliwack Minor Baseball

Chilliwack’s bantam AA baseball Cougars continued their winning ways on Tuesday night, downing the Abbotsford Angels 5-1.

The Cougars opened up a 2-0 lead in the first on singles by Cohen Bogart and Evan Kellington, followed by a double to the fence by Josh Anderson.

Chilliwack chucker Tony Pharand was nearly unhittable, keeping Abby off the board until the fourth.

Chilliwack put the game away with a three-run sixth.

Zac Middleton, Kellington and Anderson banged out singles and Devyn Heggs had a double.

This win leaves the Cougars at 5-1 in provincial qualification play heading into the last week of the season.

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