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The Mavericks grabbed an early lead in the game as they scored two runs in the first inning. In the fifth inning, Medicine Hat got a pair of doubles from Carson Johnson and Colton Wright and scored three runs to increase their lead to 5-0. David Vilches singled in the top of the sixth to score Julien Ly to round out the scoring.
Wesley Moss, Colton Onstott and Danny Hunt were the only Regina hitters to solve Maverick starter Jayman Cervantes. The junior from Minot State struck out six in his seven inning shut out.
Kyle Wilson made his sixth start for Regina and pitched six innings in the loss.
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Regina had a chance to win in the bottom of the seventh as they had runners at first and second with two out. Maverick reliever Tyler Shumpert spoiled the party and picked up his fourth save, when he struck out Colton Onstott to end the game.
Regina outhit the Mavericks in game 2 of the doubleheader eight to four and stranded eight runners.
Barry Caine earned the win while Brian Raymond took the loss.
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Lethbridge 2 at Melville 5
The Money Men sent Tyler Ulrich to the hill for his fourth start of the season. The native of Stoney Plain, AB did not disappoint as he threw 83 pitches over 6.1 innings for his third win of 2018. Andrew Astalos and David Flores, who notched his fourth save, blanked the Bulls over the final 2.2 innings.
Andrew Grieder started for Lethbridge and suffered the loss.
One of the bright lights for the Bulls was second baseman Ashton Roy who had a home run, his third of the year, in the first inning.
Edarian was the offensive star for the Millionaires as he homered, registered two RBI and scored a run.
Lethbridge is now 13-20 while Melville improved to 10-22
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With Ben Komonsky standing on second and Myles Miller at third, Ethan Hunter singled to score Miller and send the 502 Swift Current fans at Mitchell Field home with a smile.
Bo McClintock hit his 13th homer run of the season to set a new team record for round rippers.
Moose Jaw’s Blake Gallagher banged out four hits and scored two runs in the extra inning loss. The freshman from the University of Fredericton, NB also pitched the ninth inning.
Logan Hofmann, who threw 2.2 innings of relief, took the loss for Moose Jaw. Tommy Steier tossed a scoreless 12th inning to earn the win.
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Yorkton 3 at Fort McMurray 4
Cardinal reliever Austin Skelhorn took the loss, his third of the season. David Craft, the junior from Piedmont College was the pitcher of record for Fort McMurray.
Attendance at Shell Place was 673.
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