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Bells start new winning streak against Falcons

Bells start new winning streak against Falcons

Photo: KPUG

The Bellingham Bells won the opener of their series in Kelowna Thursday night beating the Falcons 16-11.  Bellingham broke the game open with a seven-run sixth inning.  The Bells bounced back after a Wednesday night loss to Kitsap snapped their 14-game winning streak.

Bellingham and Kelowna play again tonight.  It’s a 6:05 pre-game show and 6:35 first pitch on AM930 KBAI and 930KBAI.com.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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