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P.E.I. Stars drop opener at nationals

The P.E.I. Stars won the combined under-14/under-16 division of the Summerside Showdown fastpitch tournament in Slemon Park on Sunday. Team members of the Stars are, front row, from left, bat boy Kale Thistle, Sophia Jeffery, Gracie Hackett, Lindsey Drover, Kyah Kennedy and Taylor Blackmore. Second row, assistant coach Caley McDonald, Andrea Caron, Kylee Campbell, Brenna Ing, Ashley Cullen, Emily Thistle, Charli Arsenault, Zoe Stewart, Darcie Kelly and head coach George Drover.
The P.E.I. Stars won the combined under-14/under-16 division of the Summerside Showdown fastpitch tournament in Slemon Park on Sunday. Team members of the Stars are, front row, from left, bat boy Kale Thistle, Sophia Jeffery, Gracie Hackett, Lindsey Drover, Kyah Kennedy and Taylor Blackmore. Second row, assistant coach Caley McDonald, Andrea Caron, Kylee Campbell, Brenna Ing, Ashley Cullen, Emily Thistle, Charli Arsenault, Zoe Stewart, Darcie Kelly and head coach George Drover. - Contributed
CALGARY, Alta. —

The P.E.I. Stars dropped their opening game at the under-16 Canadian girls’ softball championship on Wednesday.

British Columbia Team 8 scored four runs in each of the first two innings en route to an 8-1 victory in 4 ½ innings in Calgary.

Sophia Jeffery went 2-for-2 with a triple, a single, an RBI and accounted for the Island squad’s only hits. Lindsay Drover scored the run while Brenna Ing was the lone member of the team to walk.

Andrea Caron allowed eight runs, including two unearned, on nine hits and two walks in four innings. She struck out one.

P.E.I. made three errors for an .864 fielding percentage.

They are behind Saskatoon 4-0 through three innings in the second game of the day.

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