DQ Braves go 1-3

The Red Deer Dairy Queen Braves posted a 1-3 record in peewee AAA baseball league play during the weekend.

The Red Deer Dairy Queen Braves posted a 1-3 record in peewee AAA baseball league play during the weekend.

The Braves beat St. Albert 13-9 while losing 5-1 and 20-7 to Sherwood Park and 12-9 to Spruce Grove.

Hayley Lalor was the winning pitcher against St. Albert, going three innings, allowing four runs on five hits and two walks and fanning three. Hunter Leslie had three singles while Ben Leblanc had a single, triple and a walk, Zach Olson a two-run home run and a single and Brady Steeves a single, double and walk.

Jared Lower added a single and a double and Austin Sorokan two singles.

Cooper Jones and Connor McCallister had two singles each and Lower a double in the 5-1 loss to Sherwood Park. Olson had three singles and scored twice while Austin Hammond had a two-run single and McCallister a RBI double and a walk in the second game. Jones collected a pair of doubles and a single against Spruce Grove with Olson walking twice and scoring twice while Lalor added two singles and a walk and Lower two singles.

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