The Leduc Pirates and the Port Coquitlam Pylons gather for a group shot at the Revelstoke Glacier Challenge 2013. The teams have played together for years and blended together for a mixed game on Sunday afternoon. The second basemen

Photo: Revelstoke Glacier Challenge

A stormy Friday night gave way to better weather Saturday for the August long weekend Revelstoke Glacier Challenge.

Photo: The Leduc Pirates and the Port Coquitlam Pylons gather for a group shot at the Revelstoke Glacier Challenge 2013. The teams have played together for years and blended together for a mixed game on Sunday afternoon. The second basemen, who was nursing a broken leg, played the position for both teams by putting a beer cooler on the base, then propping his leg on top of it. Participation at the slo-pitch slipped again this year, with just under 90 teams participating.

 

 

 

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