Saturday, July 22, 2017

Smitty's Still Perfect as Day Two Complete


Round-Robin Standings
WL
Smitty's Terminators50
Central Energy41
Winnipeg Lightning32
Manitoba Thunder32
Interlake Phillies23
Westman Magic23
Manitoba Angels14
Eastman Wildcats05
Saturday's Results
Smitty's 5 MB Thunder 4
MB Angels 4 Westman 1
Interlake 11 Eastman 7
Wpg Lightning 7 Central 2
Central 7 Westman 2
MB Thunder 7 MB Angels 6
Wpg Lightning 10 Eastman 3
Smitty's 8 Interlake 1
Smitty's 11 Wpg Lightning 6
MB Thunder 14 Eastman 1
Central 8 MB Angels 3
Westman 8 Interlake 7 (8 Innings)
Sunday's Schedule
MB Thunder vs. Central, 9:00 a.m.
Eastman vs. Westman, 9:00 a.m.
MB Angels vs. Smitty's 11:00 a.m.
Wpg Lightnings vs. Interlake, 11:00 a.m.
Interlake vs. MB Thunder, 1:00 p.m.
MB Angels vs. Eastman, 1:00 p.m.
Smitty's vs. Central, 3:00 p.m.
Westman vs. Wpg Lightning, 3:00 p.m.
Friday's Results
Smitty's 10 Eastman 0
Wpg Lighting 2 MB Angels 0
Westman 6 MB Thunder 5 (8 Innings)
Central 13 Interlake 4
MB Thunder 4 Wpg Lightning 3
Smitty's 10 Westman 2
Interlake 11 MB Angels 4
Central 17 Eastman 0


Saturday’s Games Highlights

Smitty’s Terminators 5 Manitoba Thunder 4

  Smitty’s rebounded from a 3-0 1st inning deficit to defeat the Thunder and remain undefeated.  Jayda Neiles and Camryn Plouffe scored runs in the bottom of the 5th inning to snap a 3-3 tie.  Alia Yosski had two hits and scored a pair of runs for the Thunder.

 

Manitoba Angels 4 Westman Magic 1

  Denise Hammersley singled, doubled and scored a pair of runs for the Angels.  Cassie Crearer doubled and scored the Magic’s lone run in the bottom of the 1st inning.

 

Interlake Phillies 11 Eastman Wildcats 7

  Interlake came back from a 6-1, 2nd inning deficit.  Emma Goodman walked three times and scored three runs for the Phillies while Abby Lake and Emmi McAuley singled, walked and scored a pair of runs each.  Hannah Berg singled twice and scored a pair of runs for Eastman.

 

Winnipeg Lightning 7 Central Energy 2

  The Lightning scored five runs in the top of the 5th inning and went on to the victory.

 

Manitoba Thunder 7 Manitoba Angels 6

  A four-run 2nd inning helped the Thunder to the victory.  Lilly Kantuluk had a two-run single and scored a run for Thunder while Adria Ruest had three hits.

 

Central Energy 7 Westman Magic 2

  The host team suffered their third straight loss, falling behind 5-0 by the 3rd inning.  Abbi Conrad and Zoey Pearce had two hits and scored two runs apiece for the Energy.

 

Winnipeg Lightning 10 Eastman Wildcats 3

  Kiera Magarall reached base four times and scored three runs to lead the Lightning to the victory.  Abby Kirkness doubled twice and scored twice for Winnipeg.

 

Smitty’s Terminators 8 Interlake Phillies 1

  Jerzy Rigaux singles, walked twice and scored a pair of runs as the Terminators rolled to a fourth straight win.

 

Smitty’s Terminators 11 Winnipeg Lightning 6

  Smitty’s let a 6-0 lead slip away before rallying for the victory.  Annabeth Carlburg went 4-for-4 with four singles and scored three runs for the Terminators as they improved to 5-and-0.

 

Manitoba Thunder 14 Eastman Wildcats 1

  Gaby Delorme, Alia Yerski and Megan Tokar all scored three runs for the Thunder.

 

Westman Magic 8 Interlake Phillies 7 (8 Innings)

  The Magic snapped a three-game losing streak in a back-and-forth game that saw Westman let a 7-4 lead slip away.  Kate-Leigh Heapy scored a pair of runs for the Magic as they kept their medal hopes alive.

 

Central Energy 8 Manitoba Angels 3

  Central scored six runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to come back from 3-2 deficit and move into sole possession of 2nd-place. 

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