The Vernon Legion #25 Angels, tied Enderby 9-9 in Under 19 girls fastball action Tuesday night at Grahame Park.
Shelby Munk struck out three Enderby batters and allowed three runs in the first inning. Munk also singled, while Stefani Anderson scored.
Munk fanned three in the second, while Dallyce Edwards stroked an RBI-single and runs came from Brianna Leon, Daina Bader and Rhianne Busslinger.
The Angels got two strikeouts from Munk and runs from Anderson, Mykaila Head and Keara Crandlemire in the third, while Munk mowed down three in the scoreless fourth.
In the fifth, Edwards recorded two groundouts. Enderby scored three and pulled into the lead, but the Angels responded with RBI-doubles by Anderson and Head and a single by Munk, scoring Allie Crandlemire and Anderson.
Vernon Caufields Engraving Panthers fell 15-7 to Enderby in Squirt play Wednesday at Riverside Park.
Kass Bradley had one strikeout in the first inning, while Kerry Bonneau and Niomie Farrquist each had a hit and Kaylee Crandlemire had an RBI. Panther runs came from Abby Sundquist, Bonneau, Farrquist, Camryn Beer and Alyssa LeMaitre.
The Vernon Army Navy Air Force Spitfires downed the host Kelowna Howlers 15-8 in Bantam girls play Wednesday night.
The Spitfires got two innings of bold pitching from Sarah Jones. Amy Potts shut down a fifth-inning Kelowna rally, snagging a line drive for an unassisted double play at first base.
The ANAF crew lost 13-11 to the host West Kelowna Warriors Monday night.
Meanwhile, the special Learn to Play under 10 kids fun day goes Monday from 5:30-6:30 night at Grahame Park diamond #3.
Former Kansas Wesleyan University Coyotes’ starting catcher Michelle Webster, a Vernon minor fastball grad, is the guest instructor. Ashley Burch and Gary Ortman are the other coaches.