07/15/2018 7:23 PM
Game Recaps for Sunday July 15
Yorkton 0 at Okotoks 12
The Okotoks Dawgs extended their winning streak to nine games with a 12-0 shellacking of the visiting Yorkton Cardinals.
An awesome crowd of 3,469 fans at Seaman Stadium watch as Dawgs starter Mason Swegarden threw seven scoreless innings allowing just three hits and two walks. Swegarden, who also struck out six batters, stayed in the lineup as the DH and centerfielder.
Okotoks infielder Richard Mascarenas was three for five at the plate and hit the games only home run. Colin Kellington was the lone bright spot for Yorkton as he finished the game with two hits and a walk.
Highlights - Yorkton
Yorkton has lost their last five games
Dillon Champagne hit his third double of the season
Highlights - Okotoks
Dawg baserunners stole 7 bases
Okotoks hitters had five doubles
Swift Current 5 at Weyburn 3
The Swift Current 57s defeated the Eastern Division leading Weyburn Beavers 5-3 at Tom Laing Park Sunday afternoon.
Ruben Rodriquez, playing in just his third game with the 57s, led the way with four hits including two doubles, two RBI and a run scored. Keaton Greenwalt and Omar Prieto each had a double in the Weyburn loss.
Garrett Hawkins made his fifth start for Swift Current. He did not disappoint as he threw six innings to grab his second win of the season. Spencer Koelewyn pitched the ninth inning for his first save.
Starter Chase Thometz, a senior from the University of Jamestown, went five innings and took the loss for Weyburn.
Highlights - Swift Current
Now on a 5-game winning streak
Blake Adams has 10 stolen bases
Highlights - Weyburn
Corey Harrell hit his 10th home run
Have a 25-9 record good for 1st place in the Eastern Division
Fort McMurray 8 at Medicine Hat 9
Medicine Hat scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to grab the lead 9-7 and then held off a late Giant rally to defeat Fort McMurray 9-8.
Both squads entertained the 924 fans at Athletic Park with the long ball as the teams combined for seven home runs including a grand slam.
For Medicine Hat:
• Jordan Dray got the Mavs on the board with a 3rd inning home run
• To add to the excited Sal Rodriguez, Nolan Rattai and David Vilches all went yard in the fifth inning for the Mavericks.
• Vilches also touched them all in the bottom of the seventh.
For Fort McMurray:
• Mike Bowes smacked a grand slam in Giants half of the fourth inning
• Liam Rihela hit a ninth inning home run to make it a one run ball game.
Highlights - Fort McMurray
Matt Vonderschmidt took the loss
Giants have a 13-23 record on the year
Highlights - Medicine Hat
Barry Caine registered the win and Tyler Shumpert picked up the save
Top WMBL team with a 28-6 record.
Brooks 2 at Edmonton 16
2,195 fans at ReMax Field watched Edmonton batters smack 19 hits on their way to a 16-2 beating of the Brooks Bombers. The win, Edmonton’s fourth consecutive, improved the Prospects record to 17-18 while dropping the Bombers to 10-25.
It was a total team effort for Edmonton as six different Prospect hitters drove in two runs each. Offensively for Brooks, Lane Fleming had two of the team’s four hits in the loss.
Taran Oulton started his seventh game and was rewarded with his third win of 2018. The Edmonton bullpen threw three scoreless innings to finish out the game. Juan Carreon suffered the Brooks loss.
Highlights - Brooks
Now on a five-game losing streak
Brit Logan had a hit, run and stolen base
Highlights - Edmonton
Beaux Guilbeau had the games lone home run
Nick Spillman hit two doubles and now has 31 RBI
Moose Jaw 11 at Lethbridge 3
A five run seventh inning powered the Moose Jaw Miller Express past the Lethbridge Bulls 11-3 at Spitz Stadium.
The win improved Moose Jaw’s record to 18-17 and snapped a five-game losing skid. The loss left the Bulls with a 14-22 mark on the season.
Lumsden, SK product and Miller Express third baseman Geordie McDougall reached base five times on two hits, a walk and two hit by pitches. Kaleb Warden had a hit and a walk for the Bulls. He also drove in his team high 27th RBI.
Moose Jaw starter Mason Garispe picked up his fourth victory of the year after his seven innings, eight strikeout performance.
Luc Herbert was the pitcher of record for Lethbridge.
Highlights - Moose Jaw
Scored 11 runs on 18 hits and 2 walks
Blake Gallagher and John Prudhom each had 3 RBI
Highlights - Lethbridge
825 fans were in attendance
Lachlan Mayo homered for the 7th time this year
Regina 9 at Melville 16
Nik Pagan’s seventh inning grand slam helped lift Melville to a 16-9 win over the visiting Regina Red Sox. Both teams combined for 28 hits and nine walks.
Kole Kaler, from Queen Creek, AZ had four hits and scored three runs for the Money Men. Phil Langlois, with his tenth home run, and Adam De La Cruz each had three hits in the Regina loss.
Zach Diaz picked up the Melville win. The Regina loss went to Clarksville, TN native Peyton Burk.
Highlights - Regina
Riley Hickerson had 3 RBI in the game and 23 on the season
Wesley Moss swiped his 22nd base
Highlights - Melville
Nik Pagan and Justin Braziel each had 4 RBI
Kole Kaler is hitting .364
Upcoming games - Monday, July 16
Yorkton at Swift Current
Medicine Hat at Brooks
Melville at Regina
Okotoks at Weyburn