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WMBL Game Recap - Monday, July 23

07/23/2018 11:57 PM -

Swift Current 4 at Regina 9

The battle for second place in the Eastern Division drew 750 fans to Currie Field on Monday night. Regina got a three-run home run from Jahshua Jones in the fourth inning and then added to their lead with four runs in the bottom of the six inning to seal their 23rd victory of the season. Swift Current did out hit Regina 14-12.

Offensively Ben Komonosky went yard for the 57s, his tenth homerun of 2018, in the top of the fourth. Jake Wilson, the sophomore from Bowling Green, led the Red Sox with two hits and three walks.

Jacob Kampen, the Mt. San Antonio product started for Swift Current and lasted 3.1 innings. He allowed five runs on four hits and five walks in the loss. Peyton Burks, the winning pitcher, threw a solid six innings. Sam Cottingham-Beard came out of the bullpen and earned the save.

With the win the Red Sox moved back into second place.

Highlights - Melville
Myles Miller went 3 for 5 with a double
Ben Komonosky has 25 RBI


Highlights - Regina
Adam Wolfe had a pair of doubles
Phil Langlois is hitting .313

Regina plays host to Yorkton on Tuesday night at Currie Field. Tickets are available on line at


Melville 2 at Weyburn 6

A Wade Weinburger double in the bottom of the first scored a pair to open the scoring for Weyburn. It was a lead they did not relinquish as the Eastern Division pennant winners defeated Melville 6-2.

Millionaire shortstop Kole Kaler had a hit, a walk and a stolen base in a losing cause.

Beavers sent Ryan Johnson to the mound as their starter. The Manitoba native
did not disappoint as he picked up his third win of the year. Over his six innings of work, Johnson allowed two runs on five hits and two walks. He also struck out 13.

University of Saint Francis product Noah Freimuth pitched seven complete innings and took the loss for Melville.
Weyburn is now 33-10 while Melville dipped to 12-30.

Highlights - Melville
2-8 over the last 10 games
Ryan Tackett had a pair of hits for Melville


Highlights - Weyburn
Beaver pitchers struck out 19 Melville batters
330 fans at Tom Laing Park