The victorious Fun Hogs.

Fun Hogs take the win in 2014 Slo Pitch Tournament

Fun Hogs take the win in 2014 Slo Pitch Tournament

The Fun Hogs are the 2014 Bella Coola Slo Pitch Champions! Thanks to Lorrein Gurr for providing the following stats on the 2014 season. League Standings: Go Getters 22, Fun Hogs 22, Renegades 17, Strikers 15, Swingin’ Nettles 15, Hardly Ables 12, Walking Eagles 5, Slammin’ Salmons 0. Tournament Standings: Fun Hogs, Go Getters, Swingin’ Nettles, Hardly Ables, Strikers, Renegades, Walking Eagles, Slammin’ Salmons.

 

 

 

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