Mother Nature wreaked havoc on the Western Collegiate Softball Association Championship here in Moose Jaw over the weekend.
The playoff round was rained out on Sunday, forcing officials to cancel the tournament after the teams played through the rain on Saturday.
After dropping their opening game 7-0 to the University of Regina Cougars on Friday, the Briercrest Clippers came away with a pair of ties on Saturday in what ended up being their final games of the season.
The Clippers opening game on Saturday was a pitching duel as it ended in a scoreless tie against the University of Calgary Dinos.
Briercrest's Kenzie Derdall pitched a complete game and came up big in the in the sixth inning when Calgary put two runners in scoring position before Derdall struck out the final two batters of the inning to preserve the scoreless tie.
In their second game on Saturday, the Clippers came away with another tie, battling the University of Saskatchewan Huskies to an 8-8 draw.
Laura Vogt was stellar at the plate in the game as she went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple, two runs scored and two RBIs. Alex Ferguson also drove in two runs as she went 1-for-3 on the day.
Vogt and Ferguson also pitched for the Clippers in the tie. Vogt went four innings, allowing five runs – two earned – on seven hits, while Ferguson finished the game, allowing three earned runs on five hits.
Regina, Saskatchewan and Calgary will all be taking part in the Canadian Collegiate Softball Association championship in Oshawa, Ontario this coming weekend.