Photos: Keremeos Padres wrap up their baseball season

Keremeos Padres runner Emma Heinke watches from second base for a teammate to drive her in. (Mark Brett - Black Press)
Keremeos Padres Emma Heinke happily makes her way to third base.
Keremeos Padres first baseman Nash Marven reaches for this throw to make the play. (Mark Brett - Black Press)
Padres pitcher Ann Marie Molonyck sizes up the next batter. (Mark Brett - Black Press)
Keremeos players get congrats from their coaches after a successful inning.
On deck, Padres batter Matthew Gordon waits for his turn at the plate. (Mark Brett - Black Press)
Keremeos Padres catcher Ryse Marven picks off this pitch. (Mark Brett - Black Press)
Keremeos Padres shortstop Matthew Gordon snags reaches for this infield hit. (Mark Brett - Black Press)
Keremeos Padres first baseman Nash Marven picks up this grounder while the runner heads to second.

The Keremeos Tadpoles of the South Okanagan Minor Baseball Season wrapped up their sophomore season with a year-end tournament in Penticton on the weekend.

A total of six teams from Summerland and Penticton as well as Keremeos took part in the three-day event.

READ MORE: Keremeos Padres step up to the plate at baseball jamboree

About 100 boys and girls aged six to nine compete in the league, which is all about learning the basics of the game and most importantly having fun.

READ MORE: Season wrap up for South Okanagan Tadpole baseball kids

This was the division’s second tournament, following a five-day jamboree in May.



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