By Kathy Johnson
THE COAST GUARD
The Barrington Barons and the Shelburne Rebels are headed to the NSSAF western region senior girls fast pitch championship this weekend in Kentville.
The Barons are seeded #1 going into the tournament after taking out both Liverpool and Shelburne two games straight in district playoff action to capture the Shelburne/Yarmouth district title last Thursday at the Roger Grovestine sports complex in Shelburne.
The Rebels go into the tournament seeded #2 from the south shore. Horton and Central Kings round out the roster for the May 22 and 23 tourney.
The two top teams from that tournament will advance to the provincial championships on June 5 and 6, which will be hosted in the western region.
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Barrington Barons’ catcher Sharayah Banks and third baseman Tineah Nickerson catch Shelburne Rebels’ runner Jasmine Hamilton in a rundown during district playoff action. Kathy Johnson photo
Barrington batter Sharayah Banks connects while Hayley Williams waits on deck during senior girls’ fast pitch district playoff action in Shelburne last Thursday. Kathy Johnson photo
Barrington Barons’ pitcher Kristen Messenger delivers one across the plate during senior girls’ fast pitch district playoff action. Kathy Johnson photo
By Kathy Johnson