Skip to content

Southeast U18 Twins continue to roll this season

Twins won two of three on the weekend, now have a 10-2 record.
Baseball Getty Hit
The latest from the southeast's two AAA baseball teams.

SASKATOON - The Southeast U18 AAA Twins went 2-1 during the weekend to improve their record to 102.

The Twins started with a 5-2 win over the Sask. Five Giants on Saturday. The Twins scored all five of their runs in the fifth inning to overcome a 2-0 deficit. Peyton Balon had a two-run single, while Ty Fehrenbach had a run and two hits.

Sutter Balog went six innings, allowing three hits and striking out eight to get the win, while Keaton Husband allowed a hit in one inning of relief.

A second game with the Giants was rained out and will be made up at a later date.

The Twins split games against the East Central Red Sox Sunday, losing 5-2 but recovering to win 13-7.

Carter Beck had three hits in the loss to the Red Sox.

Callum Hollinger and Sam Mallory were on the mound, with Hollinger going 5 1/3 innings.

The next game saw the Twins trail 6-1 through three, but then they fought their way back and won with seven runs in the seventh inning. Beck had four hits, including a home run, and Mallory hit a grand-slam home run in the seventh.

Dax Brown allowed one run in two innings of relief.


The South East U15 AAA A's went 0-4 on the weekend, losing 19-0 and 17-7 to the Saskatoon Brewers on Saturday and 9-4 and 3-2 to the Saskatoon Astros on Sunday.

Saskatoon scored 14 runs in the second inning of the first game, and the game was called after 4 1/2 innings through the mercy rule.

In the second game, the A's scored six in the second inning for a 6-1 lead, but Saskatoon responded with eight in the third.

Jordan Frey had two runs and a hit.

Sunday saw the Twins fall 9-4 and 3-2 to the Astros. The A's scored twice in the fourth and seventh innings of the first game. Jaxon Kuchinka and Rylan Ohnander each had a run, a base hit and an RBI for the A's.

Tristan Brownridge went the distance for the A's. Only two of the nine runs he gave up were earned.

The A's scored twice in the fifth inning of their game against the Astros to make the game interesting. Caden Dorrance and Luke Holman scored the runs for the A's.

Holman gave up five hits and three runs with eight strikeouts in six innings.

push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks