|%Smitty’s, Central and Lightning will represent Manitoba at Softball Canada U14 Jamboree in Brampton, Ontario|
|*Thunder and Magic will represent Manitoba at U14 Westerns in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.|
|Sunday’s Gold Medal Tiebreaker|
|Smitty’s 8 Central 3|
|Central 12 MB Thunder 3|
|Westman 8 Eastman 0|
|Smitty’s 9 MB Angels 0|
|Wpg Lightnings 5 Interlake 0|
|MB Thunder 12 Interlake 0|
|MB Angels 9 Eastman 7|
|Central 7 Smitty’s 2|
|Wpg Lightning 2 Westman 1|
|Smitty’s 5 MB Thunder 4|
|MB Angels 4 Westman 1|
|Interlake 11 Eastman 7|
|Wpg Lightning 7 Central 2|
|Central 7 Westman 2|
|MB Thunder 7 MB Angels 6|
|Wpg Lightning 10 Eastman 3|
|Smitty’s 8 Interlake 1|
|Smitty’s 11 Wpg Lightning 6|
|MB Thunder 14 Eastman 1|
|Central 8 MB Angels 3|
|Westman 8 Interlake 7 (8 Innings)|
|Smitty’s 10 Eastman 0|
|Wpg Lighting 2 MB Angels 0|
|Westman 6 MB Thunder 5 (8 Innings)|
|Central 13 Interlake 4|
|MB Thunder 4 Wpg Lightning 3|
|Smitty’s 10 Westman 2|
|Interlake 11 MB Angels 4|
|Central 17 Eastman 0|
Sunday’s Games Highlights
Smitty’s Terminators 8 Central Energy 3
The Terminators scored five runs in the bottom of the 1st inning and went on to the victory in the de facto gold medal game. Kaily Huppe and Annabeth Carlberg had two hits and scored two runs apiece for Smitty’s. Abbi Conrad had there hits and scored two runs in a losing effort for Central.
Central Energy 12 Manitoba Thunder 3
The Energy kept their gold medal hopes alive with a decisive victory over the Thunder. Anni Conrad had three singles and scored a pair of runs for the Energy while Zoey Pearce had four hits and three runs scored and Quinn McLaren added three hits and three runs.
Westman Magic 8 Eastman Wildcats 0
Cassie Crerear had two hits, a stolen base and two runs scored as the Magic evened their record and kept their medal hopes alive. Jasmine Horwood also scored a pair of runs for Westman.
Smitty’s Terminators 9 Manitoba Angels 0
Jayda Neiles, Rylee Konowalchuk and Annabeth Carlburg scored two runs apiece as the Terminators remained undefeated.
Winnipeg Lightning 5 Interlake Phillies 0
Samantha Bradbury had two hits and scored a run for the Lightning.
Manitoba Angels 9 Eastman Wildcats 7
The Angels ended their Provincial Championship in a winning note, scoring three runs in the 5th and 6th innings for the victory over winless Eastman. Maddy Wiebe and Denise Hammersley scored a pair of runs each for Manitoba.
Manitoba Thunder 12 Interlake Phillies 0
The Thunder scored in four of the five innings played to beat the Phillies. Dani Hawryluk scored three runs for the Thunder while Taha Bartel had three hits, including a triple.
Winnipeg Lightning 2 Westman Magic 1
The Lightning secured a medal with a tight victory in a game that took just over an hour to complete. The Lightning scored both of their runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to erase a 1-0 deficit. Kiera Magarall had an RBI single and scored the winning run on a wild-pitch for Lightning.
Lian Flett singled twice and scored the lone run for the Magic.
Central Energy 7 Smitty’s Terminators 2
A four-run 3rd inning powered the Energy to the victory and forced a playoff for the gold medal. Kyra Penner had two hits and scored a pair of runs for Central.