Braves split twin bill

The Red Deer Dairy Queen Braves split a peewee AAA baseball league twin bill Saturday in Spruce Grove. The Braves opened with a 15-11 win over the Edmonton Cardinals before dropping a 14-10 decision to the Spruce Grove White Sox.

The Red Deer Dairy Queen Braves split a peewee AAA baseball league twin bill Saturday in Spruce Grove.

The Braves opened with a 15-11 win over the Edmonton Cardinals before dropping a 14-10 decision to the Spruce Grove White Sox.

Jared Lower had two doubles, a single, a walk, three RBIs and three runs scored against the Cards.

Zach Olson added a double, triple, one RBI and scored twice while Ben Leblanc had two singles, two RBIs and a walk and Connor McCallister added two singles, a walk and scored four times.

Canon Whitbread went 4 1/3 innings on the mound, allowing two runs on three hits. He didn’t walk a batter and fanned three.

Lower added three singles to go with three RBIs and scored twice against the White Sox.

Austin Sorokan walked twice and scored twice while Hunter Leslie and Leblanc added two singles each, Austin Hammond had a double, a walk and two RBIs and Hayley Lalor had a single, RBI and a walk.

Brady Steeves worked 4 1/3 innings allowing two runs on four hits, no walks and striking out three.

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