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WMBL Game Recap – Sunday, June 24

06/24/2018 10:42 PM -

 

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Game 1: Yorkton 4 at Regina 11

In game 1 of the double header, the Regina Red Sox pounded out 20 hits on their way to a 11-4 victory over the visiting Yorkton Cardinals.

Colton Onstott was Regina’s offensive star with four hits and an RBI. The De La Cruz brothers combined for five runs on six hits, three RBI and a walk as the Red Sox’s increased their record to 11-6 on the year. Peyton Burks had a six inning start for the Red Sox. He allowed four runs on five hits and struck 11 to pick up the win.

Riley Jepson had two hits and a RBI in a losing cause. Yorkton starter Harrison Grow had a rough outing as he was tagged for seven runs on 15 hits and three walks.

 

Game 2: Yorkton 3 at Regina 5
The Red Sox scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break and 3-3 tie and defeat the visiting Yorkton Cardinals 5-3 in the second game of the doubleheader.

Wesley Moss continues to wow the fans at Currie Field. Moss contributed two hits and scored a run, his 19th this season to help the Red Sox complete the sweep of the Cardinals.  

Jayse Wilson reached base three times for Yorkton. The Strathmore, AB native picked up two walks, a hit and a run scored. Jared McDonald the junior from Western Oregon University also had two hits including a double for the Cardinals.

Regina is now 12-6 and on a six-game winning streak while Yorkton dropped to 4-14.

 

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Game 1: Ft. McMurray 5 at Okotoks 7

The Okotoks Dawgs scored seven runs in the first two innings as they cruised to a 11-5 win over Fort McMurray in game one of a twin bill. Okotoks and Fort McMurray played the double header in front of an amazing crowd of 4,248 fans.

Jonathan Lindau provided the Giants offence with two hits and two RBI in the opening game. He now has 18 ribbies on the season.

Nate Dechaine also sparked the Okotoks hitters with three hits, including the games only home run, three RBI and two runs scored. 

Graham Brunner pitched five shutout innings for the Dawgs win.

 

Game 2: Ft McMurray 2 Okotoks 11
The Okotoks Dawgs posted 22 runs over two games to sweep the visiting Fort McMurray Giants at Seaman Stadium. In Game 2 the Dawgs slipped past the Giants 11-2.

Okotoks middle infielder Richard Mascarenas produced three hits and two runs scored in the second game of the double header. Tristian Richardson and Jonathan Lindau had multi-hit games for the Giants.

Cody Ebert, who lowered his ERA to 1.13, earned his third consecutive Dawg win. Chase Partain took the Giant loss.

Okotoks has won three straight games while Fort McMurray is now on an eight-game losing skid

 

Edmonton 4 at Weyburn 13
The Weyburn Beavers continue to show dominance over WMBL pitching as they outscored the Edmonton Prospects 13-4 in front of 302 fans at Tom Laing Park.

Weyburn starter Ken Williams earned his third win of the year with his five-inning performance. The Beaver bullpen was superb throwing four scoreless innings allowing only a walk and a hit.
Josh Sieglitz was saddled with the loss for Edmonton.

Nolan Machibroda had a monster night for the Beavers. He collected five hits and six RBI while scoring a run in five at bats. Anthony Galinda, a freshman from San Joaquin Delta Community College also had three hits and scored four runs for the first-place Beavers.

Nick Spillman picked up a pair of hits and a RBI for Edmonton.

 

Game Highlights – Edmonton
The Prospects stole 3 bases
Tony Olson had Edmonton’s only extra base hit

Game Highlights – Weyburn
Sent 39 batters to the plate
Wade Weinburger has a double and a homer in the game

 

Lethbridge 5 at Medicine Hat 15
This all Alberta matchup was a bit of a hit parade as the two clubs combined for 29 hits. The Mavericks scored early and often to beat their provincial rivals 15-5 in front of a crowd of 984 fans at Athletic Park. 

Kaleb Warden led the Bulls with three hits and a RBI and a hit by pitch. Teammate Jesse Hilyard chipped in with two hits and two RBI.

Carson Johnson had a big night with the bat for the Mavericks. Johnson was four for four with a double and a walk. He then added an RBI and two runs scored. Designated Hitter Sal Rodriguez had three hits including a homer run. He also scored three runs and drove in four.

Matt Brooks went six innings in his first start for Medicine Hat and grabbed the win. Chris Messer took the Lethbridge loss

Highlights – Lethbridge
Pitchers had 12 strikeouts and 4 wild pitches
Brett Mercier now has 4 doubles

Highlights – Medicine Hat
David Salgueiro – 3 hits and 3 RBI
Louis Canjura stole 3 bases


 

Moose Jaw 10 at Melville 4
Moose Jaw got home runs from Ty Roseberry and Brooks Benson to vault the Miller Express past Melville 10-4. With the road win Moose Jaw improved to 11-8 while the hometown Millionaires fell to 6-12.

John Raybourn was a speed demon on the base paths are he swiped four bases. In total Moose Jaw had 10 stolen bases on the day. Eric Marriott also had a good day with three hits, two runs and two stolen bases.

For Melville both Nik Pagan and Kole Kaler had three hits each.
 
Mason Garispe made his fourth start and picked up his second win of the season. Rickey Hockett from Plainville, Kansas took the Melville loss.

Highlights – Moose Jaw
John Prudholm made his 7th appearance and pitched a scoreless inning with 2 strikeouts
Now 4-6 over the 10 games

Highlights – Melville
Kole Kaler has hit safely in 10 consecutive games
Kaler also has 6 doubles and 8 stolen bases


Swift Current 10 at Brooks 1
The Swift Current 57s defeated the host Brook Bombers 10-1 at Elks Stadium. The loss extended the Bombers losing streak to seven games.

Outfielder Blake Adams made is presence known in his first game back with the 57s. The Longview, TX native smacked a home run, registered two RBIs and scored three runs in his 2018 debut.

Garrett Hawkins was solid in his second start of the season. Hawkins went six innings to earn the win. He allowed just one run on two walks and two hits plus he struck out eight.
Brandon Hillier took the loss for Brooks.

Highlights – Swift Current
Had 4 doubles and 4 home runs on the night
Bo McClintock now has 21 RBI

Highlights – Brooks
Pitchers struck out 10 Swift Current hitters
Conner Morro had a double and scored a run