Frontier Gifts wins at Dustball tournament in Whitehorse

Juneau’s Frontier Gifts won the Women’s Division 3 title at the Dustball Invitational Slo-Pitch Tournament in Whitehorse.

The tournament began on Thursday, July 12 and lasted until Sunday, July 15. The event featured 65 different teams playing in 10 different divisions. Frontier Gifts, which includes 73-year-old pitcher Linda Taylor, also won their division at the tournament last year.

Tournament Results

Co-ed A

1. Great West Grizzlies (Whitehorse)

2. The Jays (Whitehorse)

3. BLC Knights (Whitehorse)

Co-ed B

1. HUB International (Whitehorse)

2. Jim Shockey Predators (Whitehorse)

3. Whitehorse Massage Therapy Tenderizers (Whitehorse)

Co-ed C

1. Nagota (Whitehorse)

2. Floor by Floor Rugburns (Whitehorse)

3. Westcoast Warriors (Whitehorse)

Co-ed D

1. Yukon Tire Mechanical Happy’s Hobos (Whitehorse)

2. Cardinal Contracting Cardinals (Whitehorse)

3. FHP Ballwhackers (Whitehorse)

Men’s A

1. P & M Recycling Guns (Whitehorse)

2. Chico’s Bail Bonds (Skagway, Alaska)

3. Brewers (Whitehorse)

Men’s B

1. Fountain Tire Mudders (Whitehorse)

2. Rounders (Juneau, Alaska)

3. River Rats (Whitehorse)

Men’s C

1. Kaska Bears (Whitehorse)

2. Mayo Volunteer Fire Department (Mayo)

3. Wolverines (Whitehorse)

Women’s A

1. Klondike Rib & Salmon RBI’s (Whitehorse)

2. AFD Titans (Whitehorse)

3. RRR (Fort McPherson, N.W.T.)

Women’s B

1. Booster Juice (Whitehorse)

2. Skagway Ladies Rock (Skagway, Alaska)

3. G & R Diamond Diva’s (Whitehorse)

Women’s C

1. Frontier Gifts (Juneau, Alaska)

2. Triple J’s Cougars (Whitehorse)

3. Dave’s Cleaning Crew (Whitehorse)

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