With a combined 4-2 record over this past weekend, the Central Energy softball teams were a force to be reckoned with.

The U13 squad took the trip down south to Minot, North Dakota, for the Minot Storm Invitational Tournament. They kicked off their run against the Bismarck Sparks Blue team on June 14, soundly defeating them 20-4. Hailey Baldwin was especially effective, going a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate and knocking in three runs. She accounted for four of the team's total 18 hits that game.

While the bats stayed hot in game two of the tournament, Kylie Wiebe struck out 11 batters and was the X-factor in an 11-0 shutout against the Regina Riot on June 15.

Game three saw the dominant run come to an end as the Bismarck Sparks Gold team took down the U13 team 10-1. A solid second inning willed Bismarck to the win, as they scored six of their ten runs.

Despite the stumble, the Energy were able to qualify for the tournament finals held on Sunday, where they found themselves lining up once again against the Bismarck Sparks Gold. It was a better performance. However, the result remained the same, falling 12-6 to Bismarck.

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The U15 squad had a pair of league games, both played on June 15. The games took place in Steinbach as they blanked the Smitty's Terminators 7-0 in the first matchup. Kennedy Funk was credited with the win after throwing four scoreless innings, while Shyanne Goertzen threw one in relief.

The closest game of the weekend came down to the U15 team and the Interlake Phillies, where the score remained deadlocked at zeros until the top of the sixth inning. Addison Nikkel doubled, and Kennedy Funk singled, with each hit scoring two runs. That four-run cushion was enough for the Energy as they downed the Phillies, 4-2.