FSJ Blue Jays off to 2-0 start at Western Canadian Championships

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The Fort St. John midget Blue Jays fastball team is off to a great start at the Western Canadian championships in Winnipeg.

The Blue Jays won their opening game on Friday morning, beating Alberta’s Calahoo Chiefs 11-4, and invoking the mercy rule after 5 innings.

The Jays played their second game of the day almost right away, but showed no signs of fatigue, beating Saskatchewan’s Shellbrook Thunder 11-9.

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All accounts say the team is playing exceptionally well, and having a great time.

Stay tuned for more updates from Winnipeg.

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