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For the second year in a row, the Murillo Mudhens of Kakabeka Falls captured the Dryden ladies’ fastball tournament over the weekend.
They took on Dryden’s Thompson’s Paintshop Angels in the A side final, earning a 7-0 shutout for the $1,000 first place prize.
In the B side final, Kakabeka Falls took the $700 prize with a 6-1 win over the Time-Out Sports Panthers.
In the C side final, the A&W Devils earned $200 and the 8-1 win over the DMTS Swingers.
Twelve teams took to the field in the three day tournament, traveling from Thunder Bay, Kakabeka Falls and Winnipeg to take on the seven Dryden teams.
Runners-up in all three finals took home $800, $500 and $100 respectively.
Dryden also hosted a skills competition with Dryden’s Megan Pinette winning first place in both the furthest hit competition and was named the fastest base runner in the tournament.
Sam Sitar of the Murillo Mudhens took home the prize for the furthest throw competition.
The tournament boasted a great tournament with lots of local support from fans.