Former White Rock Renegade Jocelyn Cater

Former White Rock Renegade throws no-hitter for Canada

Jocelyn Cater pitched a no-hitter against South Africa Monday, at Junior Women's World Softball Championships.

Former White Rock Renegades pitcher Jocelyn Cater has been on quite a roll with Canada’s junior national team this month.

Cater, who played for Canada at last summer’s Canadian Open has been the national team’s top pitcher at the ISF Junior Women’s World Softball Championships in South Africa, capping her performance with a no-hitter against the host country Monday.

In six innings of work, Cater, a Delta native, allowed no hits, while striking out 11 batters and walking just one.

Canada, 5-0 in the tournament as of Peace Arch News press deadline, wrapped up the preliminary round Wednesday against the Czech Republic.

Playoffs rounds begin today (Thursday) and the tournament wraps up Saturday.

 

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