Regular Season Ends - Game Recaps

07/29/2018 9:45 PM -

Fort McMurray 7 at Edmonton 12

Edmonton scored six runs in the first inning and powered by the Fort McMurray Giants 12-7.

Brenden Wiun started for Edmonton and earned the win.  Tyler Hodder, who lasted two innings and allowed seven runs on nine hits, was responsible for the Giants loss.

Prospects right fielder Daylen Calicdan had a hot night with the bat. The Hilo Hawaii native came up with four hits, including a double and a walk. He also had two RBI.
Mike Bowes had a double, a walk and three RBI for the Giants in a losing cause.

Highlights - Fort McMurray
Tyler Hodder threw 52 pitches, 32 for strikes
Left five runners on base


Highlights - Edmonton
Prospects registered 19 hits
2,608 fans at ReMax Field


Medicine Hat 7 at Brooks 5
The Medicine Hat Mavericks picked up their league leading 38th win with a 7-5 victory over the Brooks Bombers.

Nolan Rattai and David Vilches led the Maverick batters with three hits each.  The speedy David Salgueiro stole his 30th base of the season for Medicine Hat. Conner Hillburn finished the season strong for Brooks as he contributed three hits and a RBI.


Highlights - Brooks
403 fans at Elks Stadium
Lane Fleming finished the year with a .300 batting average

Highlights - Medicine Hat
Shortstop Carson Johnson walked twice and had a hit
Jaxon Hooge had 2 hits including a homer and 2 RBI


Yorkton 9 at Swift Current 22
Swift Current and Yorkton exploded for 32 hits as the 57s routed the Cardinals 22-9 in the final game of the 2018 season.

All Swift Current batters reached base at least one. Myles Miller, Ethan Hunter and Keil Krumwiede all contributed three hits. Krumwiede also had five RBIs and scored three runs.   

Logan MacDougall had three hits and two RBI for Yorkton.

Swift Current finished the season second in the Eastern Division with 28 wins. Yorkton ended the year at 14-33. 

Highlights - Yorkton
Griffey Halle two hits, a walk and three RBI
Colin Kellington also had a pair of hits and 2 runs scored

Highlights - Swift Current
442 fans at Mitchell Field
Sent 41 players to the plate


Lethbridge 3 at Okotoks 6
The Okotoks Dawgs doubled up the Lethbridge Bulls 6-3 at Seaman Stadium. A crowd of 4,182 enjoyed the sunshine and the Dawgs 35th win of the 2018 season.

An interesting note had Central Arkansas product Eddie Sanchez play all nine positions during the game. He had a hit and a walk and scored a run. Sanchez also faced two batters in the eighth inning, striking out one.

Craig Smith also earned his 15th save of the season, which also set a new WMBL record.


Highlights - Lethbridge
Hank Forrest had a double and a home run
Nick Andermann threw 1.2 shutout innings in his first pitching appearance

Highlights - Okotoks
Nate Dechaine finished with 47 RBI
Graham Brunner earned his 3rd win of the year


Weyburn 3 at Regina 7
The Regina Red Sox impressed the 1,215 fans at Currie Field as they defeated the Eastern Division pennant winners 7-3.

Wade Weinburger was key to the Weyburn offence as he hit a two run homer in the first inning. Regina left fielder Wesley Moss had a double, a walk and two RBI. Moss also pitched the seventh inning not allowing a base runner while striking out one.

The Red Sox sent Kyle Wilson to the mound as the starter. In order to save arms for the playoffs Wilson was lifted after 2.2 innings and replaced by a series of position players taking turns pitching. Catcher Matt Deneau earned the win for Regina while Cam Williams took the loss for Weyburn.

With the win, Regina compiled a regular season record of 26-21 while Weyburn finished the year 37-11.


Highlights -Weyburn
Corey Wheaton finished the season with a .372 batting average
Anthony Galindo and Gabe Melendez each had 2 hits

Highlights - Regina
Regina hit four doubles
Wesley Moss and Jahshua Jones each had 2 RBI

Melville at Moose Jaw
Game forfeited by Melville 


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