Kelowna Sun Devils pitcher Jay Taylor works against the Aldergrove Dodgers in B.C. midget AAA baseball action on Sunday on the Lower Mainland.

Another split for Sun Devils

Kelowna wins one and loses one Saturday in Vernon in B.C. midget AAA baseball Saturday in Vernon, repeats result on Sunday in Aldergrove

In keeping with a season-long trend, the Kelowna Sun Devils earned a split of four games over the weekend in B.C. 18U AAA baseball action.

On Saturday in Vernon, the Devils opened up the weekend with a 10-3 win over the Canadians.

Gavin Barrett (7-0., 0.96 ERA) earned his seventh win of the season with a complete game five-hitter.

Noah Ringess-Law had three hits, Barrett had three RBIs, while Jay Taylor drove in a pair.

In Game 2, the Canadians overcame a 5-0 deficit to beat Kelowna 9-6.

Brandon Mallam-Kunz was a home run away from hitting for the cycle as he collected a single, a double, a triple and two RBIs in the loss.  Kensington Renneberg took the loss going four innings and allowing three earned runs.

On Saturday in Aldergrove, the Dodgers beat the Sun Devils 4-3 in the opener.

Jordan Laidlaw went seven innings, allowing two earned runs and striking out three.

Noah Ringness-Law, Brandon Denis and Jackson Sowerby each had two hits.

In the series finale, Jay Taylor went six innings for his second win as the Sun Devils won 9-8.

Noah Ringness-Law had a a solo home run, a double and a single, while Denis had two RBIs.

The Sun Devils (12-12) will be at home for a pair of doubleheaders this weekend at Edith Gay, taking Cowichan on Saturday and Nanaimo Sunday.

 

 

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