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Canadian Tire Cardinals starter Dylan Hapa delivers to a Cubs batter at Brandon Field on Tuesday evening.
Dylan Hapa struck out nine over six innings of work to power the Canadian Tire Cardinals to an 11-2 triumph over the Cubs in Andrew Agencies Senior AA Baseball League action on Tuesday night at Brandon Field.
Hapa scattered six hits and two walks to earn the win, while losing pitcher Keith Van Walleghem surrendered six runs on six hits over four innings with three strikeouts.
Jeff Neufeld and George McNeill both went 3-for-4 to lead the Cardinals, with Neufeld doubling and scoring three times while McNeill drove in a pair and scored once.
Andrew Korol was 2-for-3 with a triple and two runs scored for the Cardinals. Van Walleghem went 3-for-4 with a double and scored a run in a losing cause.
•In the Border West Baseball League last night, Tim Groening singled, doubled and tripled while Greg Hockin tossed a two-hitter over seven innings to lead the Killarney Lakers to a 5-1 victory over the Pilot Mound Pilots.
• In the Santa Clara Baseball League, the visiting Carberry Royals edged the Plumas Pirates 4-3 last night, with Todd Heselwood earning the win and Zac Yandeau taking the loss.
SENIOR WOMEN’S SOCCER:
Kendra McKinney and Mikayla Yuen scored the goals as the Brandon Chaos travelled to MacGregor to post a 2-1 victory in the Westman Women’s Soccer League last night.
HIGH SCHOOL AGM:
The Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association has voted to stop transfer students from competing in their old sports at their new school.
The new rule, which is designed to keep schools from stacking their teams and keep current players from being displaced by newcomers, was passed Tuesday at the MHSAA annual general meeting in Russell.
Starting in the 2015-16 school year, student-athletes who transfer schools won’t be able to compete in the sports that they played in the previous school year. The new regulation is in response to concerns some schools could build all-star teams with new recruits, while also hurting the chances of current students making their teams. However, the rule will stop some students from continuing their athletic careers after transfering for academic reasons to take courses not available at their current school.
» Brandon Sun
Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition June 18, 2014