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Warden finished the night with four hits, two runs scored and a RBI. Outfielder William Hollis was the Dawgs offensive star. Hollis was two for four with a double and a home run. He also had three RBI.
reliever Derrick Talon earned the win for Lethbridge after throwing 1.2 scoreless innings. Alex Jones had the Okotoks loss.
Highlights – Okotoks
Highlights – Lethbridge
North Vancouver’s Riley MacDonald was a human highlight reel as he contributed two long home runs, a double and four RBI for the Bombers. Regina’s Riley Hickerson was three for four with a home run and two RBI.
Red Sox starter Kyle Wilson pitched seven solid innings for the victory. The junior from Arkansas Tech gave up three runs on six hits. He also had seven strikeouts.
Highlights – Regina
Brooks and Regina will face off again Wednesday night at Currie Field. Game time is 7:05 pm.
Swift Current 6 at Yorkton 8
Saskatoon born Jered Binsfield led the Swift Current offensive charge with two hits including a triple. Binsfield also walked and scored two runs.
Dillon Champagne homered, walked twice and scored two runs for Yorkton.
Swift Current, now 7-9 used four pitchers while the 4-10 Yorkton Cardinals sent five pitchers to the mound.
Highlights – Swift Current
Highlights – Yorkton
Weyburn 5 at Melville 6
Melville got a great plate performance from Ryan Tackett who smacked a three-run homer to give the Millionaires a 4 -0 in the third inning. The Money Men increased their lead to 6-1 after seven before Weyburn made it close with a four run eighth inning.
One of the bright spots for the Beavers was Corey Wheaton. The outfielder from the University of Mobile had three hits including a homer for Weyburn.
Melville starter Tyler Ulrich allowed four hits and a run over seven innings of work. Ulrich also struck out seven in securing his first victory of the year.
Highlights – Weyburn
Alex Dafoe, the right hander from Friends University, threw six innings for the Mavericks, giving up a run on four hits and two walks. Tyler Shumpert picked up the win after tossing two scoreless innings.
Fort McMurray starter Nic Cardinal went seven innings in his third start of the season. The bullpen came in and surrendered four runs in the loss.
Highlights – Ft. McMurray
Wednesday, June 20