AAA pee wee Braves win pair

The Red Deer Dairy Queen Braves won a pair of peewee AAA baseball league games over Sherwood Park Sunday, winning 9-8 and 16-10.

The Red Deer Dairy Queen Braves won a pair of peewee AAA baseball league games over Sherwood Park Sunday, winning 9-8 and 16-10.

Austin Hammond worked six innings in the opener, allowing five runs on five hits and no walks while striking out six.

Hunter Leslie was four-for-five at the plate with two singles, a double and triple while Hammond added a single and double, Zach Olson two singles, a walk and three RBIs, Zach Baker a pair of singles, Canon Whitbread a double and a walk and Cooper Jones an RBI triple.

Leslie tossed 3 1/3 innings of scoreless, no hit ball in the nightcap while walking none and fanning two. Olson went the final two innings, allowing a win on one hit, and two walks. He struck out two.

Ben Leblanc had a pair of doubles and drove in a run while Brady Steeves added an RBI triple and a single, Hayley Lalor had a two run double and a single, Whitbread a double, two singles and two RBIs and Connor McAllister two singles and an RBI.

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