The junior RiverDogs were 2-2 in Port Coquitlam on the weekend.
Kamloops opened with a 12-2 loss to Tri-City, in which Riley Jepson hit a home run and a double. Trey Chisholm drove in a run with a single, and Lance Martin and Vincent Daley pitched.
Jepson had another solid game as Kamloops lost a wild one, 16-15 to Cowichan Valley. He hit two homers and a double, while Martin hit a double and two singles. Chisholm also had a double and a single, Brendan Coulter and Brad Whitehead each singled twice and Bryant Jameus and Shaymus Stachoski hit doubles.
The RiverDogs had the offence going Sunday, when they stomped Cowichan 13-6 and 21-8. Jepson had three more hits — one of them a double — in the opener, while Keaton Noble managed a pair of singles.
Samuel Avila stroked a double, Martin, Whitehead and Talon Bennett also had hits and Jameus went 6 2/3 innings for the victory.
Coulter pitched a complete game in the second contest, and also had three hits and four RBI. Jepson had a double and four RBI, with Martin hitting a double, a single and driving in a run, and Whitehead smacking two singles. Bennett and Chisholm also had singles and RBI.
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Joshua Strelaeff and Sam Mason combined to throw five strikeouts in the Flying Squirrels’ 8-1 victory over the Mets.
Samuel Thacker and Devin Devries pitched two scoreless innings to close out the game, and Cayleb Olsen hit two singles and drove in two runs. Alex Wright and Devries combined to turn a double play.
In another game, Nolan Austin hit a grand slam and Marcus Kyle hit a three-run homer as the Expos dumped Chase 14-0. Jarrett Mirtle and Jack Ryan pitched the shutout.
The Mets went on to defeat Chase 15-8.
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The Yankees and Blue Jays tied one on in an 11-11 game.
Grayden Baker and Chris Baker were players of the game for the Yankees, with Hudson Irvine and Jared Ritter earning the honours for the Blue Jays.
The Jays went on to defeat the Mets 10-4, with Christian McCauley and Preston Guerra leading the way. Brett Alexander and Coalbey Duaresq were the Mets’ MVP.
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The Red Sox had a victory and a loss last week.
The Sox defeated their cross-town rivals, the Reds, 11-5. Mathew O’Laney, the Sox’s closing pitcher, turned double-plays in the fifth and sixth innings.
Marcus Pratt had three runs on three hits, with Lucas Lott, Ken Massalski, O’Laney, Nick Heinemann and DJ Lapierre providing a solid offensive attack for the Red Sox.
Information for the Reds was unavailable.
The Sox went on to lose 19-18 to Salmon Arm on Saturday. Brandon Bourgo led the way with four runs and three hits, and each of the Red Sox crossed the plate.
Nick Heinemann started on the mound for Kamloops, and Pratt, Kaleb Priestly, Ethan Thacker and Bourgo also took a turn pitching.