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Tuesday, July 17 WMBL - Game Highlights

07/18/2018 12:58 AM -

Okotoks 8 at Weyburn 10

With 370 fans at Tom Laing Park, the Weyburn Beavers scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat the Okotoks Dawgs 10-8.

Keaton Greenwalt, Tyler Scott and Corey Wheaton each had three hits for Weyburn. Greenwalt, a sophomore from Lubbock Christian University, also scored three runs and had two RBI.

Dawgs second baseman Eddie Sanchez contributed two hits, including his sixth double, and two runs on the night.

Dalton Ross threw two innings of relief for the Beavers as he picked up his fifth win of the season. Eric Evans closed out the ninth inning to earn his seventh save of 2018.

Dustin Schorie, who made his 17th appearance of the year, took the loss for Okotoks.

 

Highlights - Okotoks

Nate Dechaine - now has 36 RBI

Ryan Humenuik - had a double and 2 RBI

 

Highlights - Weyburn

The Beavers batters produced 18 hits and 7 walks

Corey Wheaton-  stole his 23rd base

 

Swift Current 8 at Moose Jaw 4

A three run home run by Bo McClintock in the first inning propelled Swift Current to a 8-4 win over Moose Jaw.

Blake Adams also played a role in the 57s 15 hit offensive outburst. The native of Langview, TX had three hits, a walk and scored a run.

John Prudhom got Moose Jaw on the board with a solo home run, his second of the season, in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Isiah Campa started for Swift Current and only allowed one hit and one run over six innings to secure the win. Michael Mommersteeg got the nod for Moose Jaw but lasted just three innings as he was tagged with the loss after giving up five runs on eight hits.

Swift Current has now won seven consecutive games.

 

Highlights - Swift Current

Ben Komonosky - hit a two run shot in the top of the 9th

Bo McClintock - 3 RBI to run his season total to 40 RBI

 

Highlights - Moose Jaw

363 fans at Ross Wells Field

Scott Platt - 2 hits and a stolen base

 

Regina 6 at Edmonton 19

The Edmonton Prospects over powered the Regina Red Sox 19-6 at ReMax Field. With the win, Edmonton moved back to the .500 mark at 18-18, Regina dipped to 22-14.

After being down 19-0 Regina fought back with six runs over the last three innings.

Eric Crain had four hits a walk and three runs scored for Edmonton. Nick Spillman, Beaux Guilbeau and Michael Hahan contributed three hits each to the Prospects win.  Adam De La Cruz gave the Red Sox some life with two hits, two runs and two stolen bases.

Edmonton starter Conner Burns dominated Regina hitters throwing five shutout innings allowing one hit while striking out seven.

Regina starter Kyle Wilson had a rough outing and only went 3.2 innings in the loss.

 

Highlights - Regina

Antonio Torres - 2 hits, a RBI and a run

Jahshua Jones - 2 HBP and 2 stolen bases

 

Highlights - Edmonton

Prospects had 19 runs on 22 hits

1,660 fans at ReMax Field

 

Brooks 12 at Lethbridge 13    

This game featured 25 runs and 32 hits as the Lethbridge Bulls outlasted the visiting Brooks Bombers 13-12.

The Bulls used a six run seventh inning to grab a 9-2 lead. The Brooks bats got hot and the Bombers battled back and tied the game with a seven run eighth inning.

Brooks then added three runs in the top of the ninth to grab a 12-9 lead. The Lethbridge Bulls then pulled out the rally caps and in dramatic fashion scored four runs for the come from behind 13-12 victory.

Chris Stodolka earned the win while Conner Hillburn took the loss for Brooks.

With the win Lethbridge improves to 15-22 while Brooks dropped to 10-27. The loss extended the Bombers losing streak to seven games.

 

Highlights - Brooks

Conner Morro - 1 hit, 3 RBI and 2 runs scored

Britt Logan - 2 hits and 2 runs

 

Highlights - Lethbridge

931 fans at Spitz Stadium

Jaret Semeniuk - 5 hits and a RBI

 

 

Future Games Wednesday July 18

Swift Current at Melville

Brooks at Lethbridge

Okotoks at Moose Jaw

Medicine Hat at Edmonton

Weyburn at Yorkton

Regina at Fort McMurray