Bantam Braves fall to St. Albert Cardinals

Zach Olson stroked a double and triple and scored twice in a losing cause as the Red Deer Servus Credit Union Braves fell 18-12 to the St. Albert Cardinals in bantam AAA baseball action Sunday at Great Chief Park. Ethan Ropcean contributed two hits and drove in two runs, while Griffin Moline cracked a two-run double and Jordan Muirhead had two hits, stole two bases and scored twice.

Zach Olson stroked a double and triple and scored twice in a losing cause as the Red Deer Servus Credit Union Braves fell 18-12 to the St. Albert Cardinals in bantam AAA baseball action Sunday at Great Chief Park.

Ethan Ropcean contributed two hits and drove in two runs, while Griffin Moline cracked a two-run double and Jordan Muirhead had two hits, stole two bases and scored twice.

Austin Hammond had three hits and knocked in a run and Kobe Scott, with a single and double, and Austin Kelts-Larsen, with two hits, each drove in a run. Moline started on the Red Deer mound and surrended four runs on hits hits and two walks over five innings. He also fanned three batters.

The Braves host the Okotoks Dawgs Black tonight at 7 p.m. at Great Chief Park.

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