YORKTON - The Parkland Expos mounted a seventh inning comeback at Jubilee Park Saturday afternoon, but came up just a little short in the end.
The Estevan Brewers started things score one in the fourth inning, and adding one in the fifth before opening up a 5-0 lead with three in the seventh.
In their final at-bat the Expo offence finally found traction scoring three of their own, two on a Brewer error, but still dropping the contest 5-3.
Koen Turner was the winning pitcher for the Brewers going five innings, allowing one hit and no runs while striking out eight.
Brandon Spilchen was the starting pitcher for the Expos, taking the loss. He led went five and two-thirds innings, allowing two runs on five hits and striking out eight.
Matthew Spilchuk threw one and one-third innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Logan Wolkowski and Liam Baron each had a hit, the only two recorded by the Expos.