Rampage sweep weekend
Junior B Tier I
The Red Deer TBS Rampage enjoyed a productive weekend in Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League play on the road, beating the third-place Calgary Chill 10-8 Saturday and the fourth-place Calgary Shamrocks 12-9 Sunday.
The pair of wins left the Rampage in second place.
They return home to face the Silvertips Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and the Chill Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Both games are at the Kinex.
Junior B Tier II
The Red Deer Sword Transport Revenge got their offence going as they downed the Calgary Wranglers 18-6 at the Kinex Friday.
Kane Weik, Brock Forbes, Troy Klaus and Skyler Sargeant recorded hat tricks while Jordan Hemstad scored twice and Braden Madill, Braeden Krips, Karsten Banack and Ryan Svederus once each.
The win moved the Revenge into a tie for fifth place in the south division.
Red Deer doubles-up Drumheller
Colton Levie fired three goals and added an assist to lead Red Deer Jacil Consulting to a 6-3 win over Drumheller.
Calum Anderson netted two goals for the winners and Nate Bellanger also connected.
Red Deer Western RV downed Okotoks 15-6 and dumped Rockyview 9-3.
Red Deer #2, with Chad Mears firing four goals and contributing a single helper, bombed Dentoom’s 9-3 in an all-Red Deer outing.
Also scoring for the winners were Gid Gigliotti, Robbie Nielsen, Khale Skinner, Riley Wotyas and Alex McLean. Erin Bryenton potted all three goals in a losing cause.
Silverbacks edged in Rocky
Luke Flett and Tyler McRobbie each scored twice for the Red Deer IFR Workwear Silverbacks in a 9-8 Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League senior C loss to the host Lethbridge Pioneers Saturday.
Also scoring for the ‘Backs, who suffered their first loss of the season, were Andrew Munden, Geordin Flett, Shandie Werenka and Joe Rattan.
The Silverbacks’ next home game is Saturday at the Blackfalds Multiplex at 7 p.m. against the Okotoks Rock.
Red Dogs top Indians
The Rocky Mountain House Red Dogs scored twice in the fifth inning on back-to-back doubles off Jay Kirkham en route to a 5-2 Parkland Baseball League win over the Innisfail Indians Friday.
Innisfail scored twice in the first frame but couldn’t solve Red Dogs pitcher Kris Johnson the rest of the way.