Surrey Storm '99

Surrey Storm third at peewee nationals

Storm '99s finish on the podium at U14 jamboree in Montreal

The Surrey Storm ’99 finished on the podium at the 2013 U14 Girls Fastpitch Jamboree last weekend in Montreal.

The Storm won the bronze medal in the tournament’s Cup Division, finishing with an overall record of 7-2.

The Storm – who entered the tournament as B.C.’s second seed, behind the provincial champion White Rock Renegades ’99 – were a perfect 5-0 during the round-robin.

In their first playoff game Saturday morning, they dropped a 10-6 decision to the Guelph Gators, before rebounding later in the day with back-to-back wins over the Brampton Blazers and Waterloo Gold.

On Sunday, Surrey was bounced from championship contention after a loss to the Pickering Heat. Pickering went on to lose to Guelph in an all-Ontario championship game on Sunday evening.

Like their crosstown rivals, the Renegades ’99 were also a perfect 5-0 in the round-robin, but dropped two playoff games Saturday – 3-1 to Pickering and 4-3 to Waterloo.

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