OC Coyotes pound out wins on the road

The OC Coyotes baseball team capped off their journey to Lethbridge with a pair of wins Thursday, giving them 3 wins and 1 loss on the trip.

The Coyotes again received strong pitching and backed it up with a clutch last inning comeback, 3-2 over Prairie Baseball Academy, and with big bats in a 14-2  pasting of U of Calgary.

Cory Wood allowed just two runs on eight hits over seven innings of work in the 3-2 win. Wood compiled nine strikeouts in the dominating performance.

OC was down 2-1 going into last inning before Brady Guimond  and Steffan Mckee singled to start a rally. After Garrett Wiess sacrificed the runners to second and third,  Matt Sanderson singled and scored Guimond before Reid Fischer singled and scored Mckee to get the win

In Game two, Pete Tollenaar earned the win on the mound as the OC offense pounded out a 14 run performance including 12 in the second inning in the 14-2 win over the U of Calgary.

OC left Alberta with a 5-11 losses record and now is 8-12 overall heading into a four game weekend this weekend.

The Coyotes will return home for its final homestand May 7 and 8.

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