Bryan Elias and the Okanagan College Coyotes won three of four Canadian College Baseball Conference games on the weekend in Kamloops.

Coyotes win three in Kamloops

Okanagan College evens season record at 10-10 with good weekend in Canadian College Baseball Conference action

The Okanagan College Coyotes enjoyed their most productive weekend of the Canadian College Baseball Conference season, taking three of four games on the weekend in Kamloops.

On Saturday, Logan Wedgwood had two RBIs and Cole Parussinni went seven scoreless innings as the ‘Yotes defeated the Thompson University Wolfpack 5-4.

In Game 2, the VIBI Mariners downed the Coyotes 4-2.

On Sunday morning, OC rebounded against the Mariners with a 4-0 victory. Brandon Becking tossed a two-hit shutout for his second win of the spring.

Wedgewood, Brock Chilton and Aaron Barrett each had an RBI and scored a run.

In the series finale, Marcus Drewry tossed a five-hit shutout as the Coyotes beat the Wolfpack 1-0. Joel Lamont drove in the game’s only run in the first with a single to score Bryan Elias.

With eight games remaining in the regular season, OC sits at an even 10-10.

The Coyotes play their final home games of the regular season against three CCBC opponents.

On Friday at Elks, OC will take on the Wolfpack at 12:30 p.m., then the Calgary Dinos at 6:30 p.m.

On Saturday, the Coyotes meet TRU at noon, then the PBA Dawgs at 7 p.m.

 

 

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