Seven Cascades named CCBC all-stars

It was a historic evening for Riley Jepson and his University of the Fraser Valley baseball teammates, as the Canadian College Baseball Conference bestowed on them an unprecedented series of awards on Wednesday in Kamloops.

Jepson, the Cascades' third-year first baseman, took home a pair of honours for individual statistical achievements at the CCBC's annual awards dinner. He was recognized for winning his second consecutive CCBC batting title with a .405 average, and for leading the league in home runs with six (tied with VIU's Phil Whelan).

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