It took a little extra time for the Parkland Baseball League finalists to be determined, but the Rocky Mountain House Red Dogs and the Innisfail Indians did what they had to at Great Chief Park Sunday.
The semifinal games were delayed three hours because of wet grounds and moved from Great Chief Park 1 to diamond 2.
When the skies cleared the Red Dogs needed an extra inning to dispose of the Lacombe Dodgers 7-2 and the Indians upset the defending league champion Red Deer Razorbacks 4-3.
The Red Dogs, who lost to the Dodgers Friday, beat Olds 15-0 Saturday to reach the Pool A final.
The Red Dogs and Dodgers were tied 2-2 after seven innings, but the Dogs took advantage of three Lacombe errors in the top of the eighth to score five times.
The Indians reached the Pool B final by downing the Eckville Angels 13-9 and the Beiseker Canadians 5-0.
Steven Bouteiller did most of the damage against Red Deer, slamming a three-run home run to put them ahead 4-3 after three innings.
The best-of-three final begins next week as both teams in the final have players on the Innisfail junior AAA squad, who will represent Alberta at the Western Canadian championships this weekend in Manitoba.