07/07/2018 1:26 AM -
Edmonton 7 at Medicine Hat 13
Colton Wright led the Mavericks attack with two doubles, a home run and three runs scored.
Medicine Hat starter Alex Dafoe picked up his fourth win of the season. He threw 6.2 innings before giving way to the Medicine Hat bullpen. Prospects reliever Scott Gillespie was tagged with the loss.
Highlights – Medicine Hat
Brooks 6 at Melville 4
MacDonald continues to close in on the WMBL all-time home run record. The North Vancouver product now has 17 round trippers one shy of the of the record set by Jesse Sawyer of the Lethbridge Bulls in 2011. He finished the game with a home runs, double, 2 runs scored and four RBI.
Melville shortstop Kole Kaler provided two doubles, a walk, two RBI and a run scored.
Brandon Hillier made his sixth start for Brooks and earned his first win of 2018. The Indiana Tech product went seven innings surrendering a run on four hits and four walks. He also struck out nine.
Millionaire starter Case Rolen dropped to 1-4 with the loss.
Highlights – Brooks
Weyburn 6 at Swift Current 1
Bo McClintock contributed two runs, two hits and a walk for Swift Current.
Weyburn starter Landon Mostellar threw eight innings allowing only one run on four hits and three walks. Brock Gilliaam pitched four innings in the loss.
Highlights – Weyburn
Highlights – Swift Current
Yorkton 7 at Moose Jaw 8
Blake Gallagher, the freshman from Fredericton, had a double, a home run and two RBI for Moose Jaw. Yorkton second baseman Colin Kellington registered two hits including a home run, two RBI and a run scored in a losing cause.
Logan Hofmann earned his first WMBL win on two innings of relief work. Austin Skelhorn had the loss for Yorkton.
Okotoks 7 at Ft. McMurray 2
McHenry, IL native Collin Ridout contributed three hits and scored two runs for Okotoks. Liam Rihela had two hits and a run for the Giants.
Highlights – Okotoks
Highlights – Ft. McMurray
Lethbridge 15 at Regina 4
Hank Forrest led the charge with four hits and two runs in the lopsided Lethbridge victory. Offensively for Regina, catcher Matt DeNeau hit his third homer of the year.
Evan Rogers got roughed up giving up five runs on 12 hits. In his previous four outings Rogers had only given up one run. Andrew Grieder, the junior from the University of Alberta, pitched six innings and had six strikeouts in the win.
Lethbridge is now 12-16 while Regina is now 18-8.
Highlights – Regina
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