Tye Mulgrove slides safely back to second base.

Bantam baseball

Stettler’s newest competitive baseball team, the AA Vipers, have posted a 5-1 record in the first round of provincial tiering play.

Stettler’s newest competitive baseball team, the AA Vipers, have posted a 5-1 record in the first round of provincial tiering play. At home last Sunday, the Vipers scored two victories by virtue of the mercy rule — 16-4 over Camrose Red and 17-0 over Heisler. Last week in Stettler, the Vipers came from behind to defeat Red Deer 10-7.

Scot Reichert is the head coach of the Vipers, and the assistant coaches are Ryan Mulgrove, Bob Poapst and Collin Georget.

In earlier action this season, Stettler beat Lacombe 6-4, lost 10-7 to Camrose Royal and defeated Camrose Red 17-2.

The Vipers are made up of players from Stettler, Castor and Coronation.

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