Coyotes to wrap up season in Lethbridge

OC splits last four home games, heads to Alberta for end of CCBC regular season and playoff tourney

  • Apr. 27, 2015 11:00 a.m.

The Okanagan College Coyotes will head to Lethbridge this weekend where Geoff White’s crew will wrap up the regular season, then compete in next week’s Canadian College Baseball Conference championship tournament.

OC will meet the Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs May 3 and 4 in a pair of doubleheaders to close out the regular schedule.

The playoff tourney, featuring all five CCBC teams.

The Coyotes at 12-12 are will likely head in as either the third or fourth seed. PBA is first at 17-7, followed by Thompson Rivers at 16-8. The VIBI Mariners are fourth at 11-13.

The ‘Yotes are coming off a split of four games as they wrapped up their home schedule at Elks Stadium.

On Saturday, OC defeated TRU 6-3 and the Calgary Dinos 8-7.

Marcus Drewry earned the win against the Wolfpack, while Tony Olson had three RBIs and  Jared Frew supplied a three-run double.

In Game 2, Brandon Becking went five innings for his third win and Will Russell picked up the save as the OC hung on for the win.

Davis Todosichuk had there RBIs, Jared Dulaba had two hits and two RBIs. while Brock Chilton went 3-for-3 with a walk and an RBI.

On Sunday, TRU answered back with a 5-4 win, scoring the decisive run in the top of the seventh.

In the series finale, PBA dropped the Coyotes 6-1. OC managed just three hits off the Dawgs’ Clark Grisbrook.


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