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Sun., Oct. 4
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Midnight Confetti-St. Regis Braves enjoy outstanding season


The Midnight Confetti-St. Regis Braves of the Massena Women’s Softball League offered thanks to their sponsors, including Midnight Confetti Bridal Shop in Cornwall, Ontario, Valen Timmons and Dave Square for their generous donations over the course of the 2013 season.

The team finished in second place with 10 wins and four losses during the regular season losing only to Laneuville’s, Massena Savings and Loan and the American Legion. The team played a great weekend of playoff games with three wins and two losses. The weekend included an exciting game where Midnight Confetti beat out Hilltop Inflatables with the winning hit in extra innings to advance to the championship game. The hit was delivered by Dawn Smoke, who dedicated her ball season to her sister Sheyene Smoke, who passed away last year. The team also participated in a tournament July 13th and 14th to raise money for local Breast Cancer facilities the tournament raised more than $7,000 which was split between Canton-Potsdam and Massena Memorial Hospitals. The team finished as co-champions with a team from Plattsburgh. After fighting their way back from the loser’s bracket playing six straight games on Sunday, Midnight Confetti agreed to take the co-champion title with the team from Plattsburgh after beating them 7-6 rather than playing again with a team suffering from injuries and heat exhaustion. The team picture taken after the season ending playoffs consists of, front row left to right, Dawn Smoke and Kim Cook and back row left to right; Sky Timmons, Mindy Delormier, Tee Bigtree, Danielle Bevins, Lacey Thompson, Jenna Timmons, Valen Timmons, Heather Square and Jen Perryman. Missing from the photo, Bear Bear Laughing-Wilson, Karen Marashian, Kari Bonoparte and Chrissy Creazzo. (Submitted Photo)

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