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Wolves do well on the diamond last week

Sawyer Krokos takes a swing at a pitch during North Star’s 11-7 win against the Essex Red Raiders last Wednesday afternoon. The Wolves played Kennedy in the first round of playoffs Tuesday morning with the result unavailable as this issue of the RTT was going to press.
Sawyer Krokos takes a swing at a pitch during North Star’s 11-7 win against the Essex Red Raiders last Wednesday afternoon. The Wolves played Kennedy in the first round of playoffs Tuesday morning with the result unavailable as this issue of the RTT was going to press.

The North Star Wolves boys baseball team and girls slo-pitch team each won last week on the diamond.


The Wolves girls slo-pitch team qualified for the playoffs by winning in the preliminary round last Tuesday afternoon at Co-An Park in McGregor. North Star had little trouble with the St. Anne Saints, winning via the mercy rule 18-2.


Camryn Carmack was the pitcher versus St. Anne and had three strikeouts.


Singles were recorded by from Ashley Mongeau, Ireland Carter, and Carmack.


Hitting doubles were Lauren Essenpreis, Lily Mulder, Ava Mayrand and Morgan Kelly, while Jerzie Rego connected for a triple.


The big hit came from Carsyn Atkinson, who had a home run.


“We had a really strong game,” said Atkinson. “We played strong defence. We ended up mercying them after five (innings).”


Atkinson said they didn’t know much about St. Anne coming in.


“We kind of came in blindsided but we came out on top,” she said.


The boys baseball team concluded the regular season with an 11-7 win in Essex last Wednesday afternoon. The wind and dust were battled by both teams on a warm day in Essex. The team says they battled injuries heading into the game, including to captain Kyle Jones, who didn’t play due to a season-ending knee injury. 


Essex took a 5-0 lead early but North Star rallied for the victory and entered Monday’s playoffs as the second seed.


Owen Scott, another of the team’s captains, connected for two doubles and earned two RBIs. Austyn Deschamps went two-for-two with one RBI, and Kaiden Rawlins hit a two-run single. Drew Shank also singled and recorded an RBI of his own, as well as some bruises by the end of the game due to being hit by pitches. Andrew Chambers, Sawyer Krokos, and Wyatt Jackson pitched well for the Wolves. 


Both teams were in playoff action Tuesday, as this issue of the River Town Times was going to press.

Wolves do well on the diamond last week

By RTT Staff

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