The Swift Current U15 Sonic won the Softball Saskatchewan U15B Provincial Championship in Saskatoon over the weekend. The U15B category consisted of 24 teams and is for communities with a population of up to 25 000.

The Sonic started their dominating run on Friday with an 18-0 win over the Cupar Canucks in only three innings.  Starting pitcher, Abbey Arntsen, held the Canucks hitless, allowing only one base runner on a walk.  Taylor Schury hit an inside-the-park homerun.

In game two, the Sonic played the Prince Albert Aces.  The Sonic had a two run out rally in the bottom of the first inning which resulted in a 5-0 lead.  The Sonic added 6 runs in the second inning to jump out to an 11-0 lead.  Abbey Arntsen pitched two scoreless innings while Bree Pavely gave up one run in two innings of relief.

In the final game of the round robin the Sonic took on the Saskatoon Lazers.  The potent Sonic offensive was again on display as they came away with a 16-0 win.  Abbey Arntsen and Brynn Watts combined for the shutout victory on the mound. Surrey Lemotte, Abbey Arntsen and Emma Murdoch all hit inside-the-park homeruns.

In Sunday morning's semi-final the Sonic came up against the unbeaten Battlefords Bandits.  The game was scoreless after one inning.  The Sonic scored 3 runs in the second inning and 2 in the third inning to jump out to a 5-0 lead.  The Bandits got one run in the top of the fourth inning to close the game to 5-1.  The Sonic opened up the game with some timely hitting and well placed bunts in the bottom of the fourth inning as they exploded for 7 runs and a 12-1 victory.  Abbey Arntsen once again got the win on the mound for the Sonic.

​​​​​​In the championship game the Sonic would face the Macklin Lakers. The Lakers entered the game with a 5-0 record.  The Sonic held a 1-0 lead after one inning.  Neither team was able to score a run in the second inning.  The Sonic combination of great pitching and solid defense held the Lakers scoreless in the top of the third inning.  Much like the semi-final game, the sonic got some solid hits, with a few bunts that caused problems for the Lakers and the Sonic had a 7 run third inning giving the Sonic a 8-0 lead after three innings of play.  The Sonic added 1 more run in the bottom of the fourth for a 9-0 win.  The Sonic shutout the Lakers again in the top of the fifth inning and claimed the championship with a 9-0 victory. Abbey Arntsen again got the win on the mound while Bree Pavely pitched one inning of relief.

This was the second straight championship for this Sonic team as last year they won the U14 South Saskatchewan Open Championship. The Sonic finished this season with a record of 20-5-2.  Over their back-to-back provincial titles the Sonic have an overall record of 39-9-2.