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The GW Vacuum Truck Service Young Guns and RFNOW Cardinals were fit to be tied in the Andrew Agencies Senior AA Baseball League at Sumner Field on Tuesday.
Sean Dryden pitched eight innings for the Young Guns, surrendering one run on five hits with six strikeouts.
Adam Hartman also went the distance, allowing one run on five hits with three strikeouts. Jordan Robertson had two hits and an RBI for the Guns, while Joel Krentz had a hit and scored for the Cardinals.
In the South West Senior AA Baseball League on Tuesday, Brady Moxham went the distance, striking out 10 as the Oak Rover Dodgers beat the visiting Elkhorn Expos 8-4.
Adam Robidoux and Brayden Heapy each knocked in two runs and scored once, while Ty Paddock reached base and scored three times for Oak River (9-4).
Damon Bajus took the loss for Elkhorn (5-9), allowing seven runs, five of them earned, on eight hits, a walk and plunking one batter.
Bajus was the only Expo to record two hits, and he also scored once.
In Souris, the host Cardinals scored in the bottom of the ninth for the extra-inning 4-3 victory over the visiting Deloraine Royals.
Tyson Kozak earned the win in 3 2/3 innings of relief of starter Avery Kirkup. Kozak allowed a single run and just one hit for Souris (5-8).
Mitch Dillabough took the loss in relief of Andrew Vercaigne, giving up two runs on four hits and two walks in four innings for Deloraine (7-7).
Cory King scored twice for Souris, and was one of four Cardinals to register two hits. Marc Edwards led Deloraine with two hits, an RBI and a run scored.
Also, Pat Vandoorne and Zane Sawyer each drove in two runs as the Boissevain Centennials beat the visiting Wawanesa Brewers 7-2.
Jay Pringle earned the win by giving up two runs on three hits and six walks through four innings. Tyson Pringle tossed three innings of scoreless relief for Boissevain (9-3). Both pitchers fanned five batters.
Ryan Powers was tagged with the loss, allowing three runs in four innings on four hits and four walks.
Derek McGregor had two hits, drew a walk, knocked in a run and scored for Wawanesa (2-11).
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