Diamond memories in Rankin Inlet

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Coral Harbour (Salliq) downed the upstart Rankin Inlet U14 team 14-0 in the championship game to claim the 2019 Kivalliq junior softball tournament in Rankin on July 28.

A total of six teams participated in the tourney, with Arviat, Baker Lake and Whale Cove also travelling with Coral to Rankin for the event.

Pitcher Kayden Mercer spins one toward home plate as his teammate Alyson McKay at third base follows the pitch during the championship game of the Kivalliq junior softball tournament in Rankin Inlet on July 28. Photo courtesy of Noel Kaludjak
Panniuq Kaludjak, left. and Michael Jones having a blast at Agnci Eagle’s Family Fun Day in Rankin Inlet on July 28. Photo courtesy of Emily Beardsall
The 2019 Kivalliq junior softball champion Coral Harbour (Salliq) are, top row from left, Charlie Nakoolak, Rodney Nakoolak, Prime Paniyuk, Owen Angootealuk, Chase Harron, Corson Shapangak, Terrence Matoo, Quinton Netser (coach) and Tristen Matoo and, bottom from left, Cady Angootealuk, Maxine Kadlak, Chanelle Pameolik and Eema Jones in Rankin Inlet on July 28. Photo courtesy of Noel Kaludjak.
Koby Connelly of Rankin Inlet receives the Best Male Player award from recreation co-ordinator David Clark at the junior softball tournament in Rankin on July 28. Photo courtesy of Noel Kaludjak.
Kelsie Kaludjak, from left, Gregory Wiseman, Morgan Kakuktinniq and Alaittuq Wiseman proudly display their well-earned silver medals at the Kivalliq junior softball tournament in Rankin Inlet on July 28, 2019. Photo courtesy of Uja Eno.

 

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