06/29/2018 12:31 AM -
Swift Current 14 at Lethbridge 7
57s catcher Ben Komonosky enjoyed a good night with the bat. The University of Evansville product was four for six with a double, two RBI and three runs scored. Myles Miller also chipped in with three hits.
The Bulls offense was powered by Jaret Semeniuk. The freshman from the Prairie Baseball Academy had four hits including two doubles. Semeniuk also had a RBI and scored two runs.
Swift Current reliever Brock Gilliam pitched 3.1 innings to earn the win. Seth Spangler was the Bulls losing pitcher.
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Melville 5 at Okotoks 3
Noah Freimuth was a dual threat for the Money Men as he belted a home run and then pitched a scoreless eighth inning. Ryan Tackett had three hits, a homerun, three RBI and scored two runs in the Millionaires 7th victory of the year.
Nate Dechaine hit his seventh double of 2018 and picked up his 22nd RBI for Okotoks in the loss.
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Regina 12 at Moose Jaw 1
The Red Sox scored six runs in the first inning and then turned the game over to starter Evan Rogers, who was last week’s WMBL Pitcher of the Week. The senior from Texas A&M at Texarcana did not disappoint as he tossed eight innings allowing just one run on six hits and two walks. Rogers also struck out seven Moose Jaw batters.
Adam Cook’s home run in the second inning was the first run charged to Rogers in the last four games.
Markus Gregson, the Surrey, BC product, started for Moose Jaw but left the game after he gave up seven runs in 1.1 innings.
Colton Onstott had a good night at the plate for Regina as he was three for five with a home run and a walk. Onstott also scored three runs and had two RBI.
Offensively for the Moose Jaw, Geordie McDougall had two hits.
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Weyburn 12 at Brooks 4
Weyburn leadoff hitter Corey Wheaton was three for six and improved his season batting average to .393. Brooks third baseman Riley McDonald hit his 12th home run in a losing cause.
Chase Thometz earned his second win pitching six innings for the Beavers. Thometz was tagged for four runs on seven hits and two walks while fanning six Brooks batters. Losing pitcher Tyler Whalen lasted 4.1 innings in his start before turning the game over to the Bombers bull pen.
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Medicine Hat 15 at Yorkton 1
Maverick shortstop Carson Johnson led the hit parade with four singles, two RBI and two runs scored. Colton Wright reached base five times with three hits and two walks. The Surrey, BC native also had three runs and two RBI.
Yorkton right fielder Thirus Jones had two of the Cardinals eight hits.
Jumpei Akanuma, from Kyoto, Japan pitched seven scoreless innings for his fourth win of 2018. He allowed five hits, two walks but registered seven strikeouts. Ryan Thrasher took the loss for Yorkton.
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Edmonton 2 at Ft. McMurray 5
The Giants improved to 7-16 while their provincial rival dropped to 8-14. The Giants are on a modest two game winning streak while Edmonton has lost their last six games.
Chris Mercure, tossed 110 pitches, earned the win with a sparkling seven inning performance. Mercure gave up one run on five hits and two walks, he also struck out five.
Edmonton native Brenden Wiun dropped to 2-1 with the loss.
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