Cydnie Moore must be looking forward to her next trip to the Maritimes to play baseball.
The Calgary product spent the summer winning bronze as a player at the Open Women’s National Championship in Nova Scotia and as a coach at the 16U Girls National Championship in Prince Edward Island.
They are experiences she hopes will help her inspire the next generation of baseball players in Alberta.
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It was a rollercoaster ride for Team Alberta at the Baseball Canada Women’s Nationals in Nova Scotia.
After going 1-2 in the round-robin, they outlasted Saskatchewan and lost to Quebec before claiming bronze in an exciting 5-4 win over the hosts.
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Lisa Bowes knows sports.
A long-time journalist with TSN, The Score, and CTV, the sports media trailblazer entered the world of children’s books inspired by the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Bowes’ latest offering, Lucy Tries Baseball, hit store shelves on April 11, and she joined us to talk all about the inspiration, the character, and more.
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Efforts to grow the girls and women’s game in Alberta have been renewed with the creation of the new Alberta Girls Baseball League.
The three-team pilot season will begin this summer, with the hope of having girls playing with and against more girls.
And if Barb Northcott has her way, more teams will be lined up to play in 2024 and beyond.
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Whether she’s tagging out runners at home plate or keeping pucks out of the net, Kaitlyn Ross is comfortable as the last line of defence for her teammates.
She’s proved that on the diamond and at the rink.
Read More Behind the Mask