Bantam AAA Braves lose both games of doubleheader

The Red Deer Servus Credit Union dropped both ends of a bantam AAA baseball league doubleheader against the homestanding Sherwood Park Athletics Saturday, losing 12-11 and 14-3.

The Red Deer Servus Credit Union dropped both ends of a bantam AAA baseball league doubleheader against the homestanding Sherwood Park Athletics Saturday, losing 12-11 and 14-3.

Zach Olson had a single, double and triple while driving in two runs in the opener while Parker Booth had a single, a triple, a walk and three RBIs. Hayley Lalor added a pair of singles and a walk, Jordan Muirhead a single, two walks and a RBI on a sacrifice fly and Austin Hammond a RBI double.

Ethan Ropcean started on the mound and went five innings, allowing three runs on three hits and four walks while fanning four.

Muirhead went 2/3 of an inning, allowing four runs on two hits and a walk and Hammond went 1 2/3 innings, giving up five runs on six hits and a walk.

In the second game, Hammond had a pair of singles while Olson picked up two walks and a single and Griffin Moline a single. Muirhead and Ropcean had walks.

Brad Pope took the loss, allowing eight runs on five hits over three innings.

Carter O’Donnell went two innings, allowing six runs on nine hits and no walks.

The Braves host St. Albert Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Great Chief Park and finish their regular schedule Thursday in Okotoks.

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