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Softball girls take part in skill sessions

Softball players (from left) Selena Markin, Sierra Pushie, Ella Handey, and Kia Hipwell work on their catching during practice under the watchful eye of coach Derek Hipwell. - Craig Lindsay
Softball players (from left) Selena Markin, Sierra Pushie, Ella Handey, and Kia Hipwell work on their catching during practice under the watchful eye of coach Derek Hipwell.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

Girls from ages 10-16 from Castlegar and the area have been busy working on drills and skills every Wednesday at Stanley Humphries Secondary School.

The practice sessions go from October until the spring with a break for Christmas holidays.

The sessions are ran by the Castlegar Softball Association.

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