Braves beat North Peace, Grande Priarie

Bantam The Red Deer Sutter Fund Braves were 2-1 in weekend AA action at Grande Prairie, opening with a come-from-behind 12-11 win over North Peace in which Jusung Lee cracked a triple and Tristin Rieu drove in two runs on two singles.

Bantam

The Red Deer Sutter Fund Braves were 2-1 in weekend AA action at Grande Prairie, opening with a come-from-behind 12-11 win over North Peace in which Jusung Lee cracked a triple and Tristin Rieu drove in two runs on two singles.

Ty Elliott had a walk, three singles and one RBI for the winners, Brennan Grove stroked a single and double and drove in a run, Chandler Knibbs had a two-run single, Craig See contributed three singles and knocked in a run and Taylor Triffo had a walk and two singles.

In a 6-2 win over Grande Prairie, Jordan Braumberger slugged a home run and Jayden Hutlet, Nathan Mah and Craig Peden each had one RBI.

Lee stroked a double for the Braves in an 11-1 loss to Viking.

Mosquito

The Red Deer Dick’s Auto Braves won a pair of games on Sunday to run their weekend record to 4-0.

Kelsey Lalor and Koltan Childs each cracked a triple as the Braves toppled Edmonton Jasper Place 11-5, and Barrett Beaudoin and Ethan Ropcearn each slugged a home run and Parker Booth and Griffine Moline shared pitching duties in a 13-6 victory over Camrose.

The Braves, who downed Acme 10-1 and Sherwood Park 11-0 on Saturday, ran their season record to 13-4.

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