Stettler earns three medals in Rimbey baseball tourney

Stettler stepped up to the plate in a big way at a minor baseball tournament last weekend in Rimbey.

Stettler won the bantam division in the Rimbey minor baseball tournament on the weekend. In the back row (from left) are coach Sylvester

Stettler stepped up to the plate in a big way at a minor baseball tournament last weekend in Rimbey.

Three teams from Stettler participated, with both the bantam and mosquito clubs earning gold medals in their respective divisions, and the peewees mining bronze in their category.

In the bantam final, Stettler defeated Rocky Mountain House 13-11. Stettler knocked off host Rimbey in semifinal action earlier Sunday.

In preliminary play, the Stettler bantams tied St. Albert on Saturday morning and defeated Rimbey that afternoon.

In the mosquito final Sunday, Stettler clubbed Rimbey 21-6. It capped an unbeaten weekend for Stettler, which posted wins over Sundre and Red Deer on Saturday.

After its bronze-medal effort in Rimbey, Stettler’s peewee club resumed regular-season play Monday night and whipped Lacombe’s No. 2 team 30-0.

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