KMBA Round Up - July 8/9

By Sean Wandler
July 10, 2017 - 2:19pm

Mosquito AAA

The Mosquito AAA Riverdogs dropped 3 out of 4 exhibition games against COMBA (Kelowna) on the weekend. The Dogs look to rebound as they head into tournament play at the Abbotsford Mid-summer Classic on Friday.

Game 1
COMBA 300 420 -- 9

Grady Johnson 4IP, 6H, 7R, 3BB, 4K
Ibrahim Diaou 1IP, 1H, 2R, 2BB, 1K
Corbin Vaughan 1IP, 2H, 1R, 1BB

At the plate:
Ryder Corsi 2/3, single, triple, 3RBI
Corbin Vaughan 2/3, single, triple, 2 runs
Jayce Matkowski 1/2, triple, 2RBI

Game 2
COMBA 434 430 -- 18

Nash Pearce 3IP, 8H, 11 runs (5 earned), 4BB, 2K
Jay Cook 1IP, 0H, 4R, 5BB
Jack Shultz 2/3IP, 3H, 3R, 2BB
Thomas Balison, 1/3IP 0H, 0R, 1BB

At the plate:
Jack Shultz 1/1, Single, walk, run

Game 3
COMBA 100 430 -- 8

Ryder Corsi 3 1/3IP, 3H, 3R, 3BB, 4K
Jaxsin Vaughan 2 2/3IP, 4H, 5R, 3BB, 1K

At the plate:
Nash Pearce 2/3, walk, RBI
Jayce Matkowski 2/2, 2 singles, run

Game 4
COMBA 120 42x -- 9

Jayce Matkowski 1 2/3IP, 4H, 3R, 3BB
Thomas Balison 1 2/3IP, 3H, 4R, 2BB
Liam Boisclair 1/3IP, 1H, 1BB, 1K
Jack Shultz 1IP, 1H, 2R, 0BB

At the plate:
Ibrahim Diaou 1/1, walk, stolen base
Jaxsin Vaughan 1/3, RBI, run

Peewee AA

Game 1
Kamloops 10 vs SOMBA 11
First exhibition game for the Peewee AA Riverdogs. Great pitching effort from Jaden Huffman, Ryan Petrie and Joss Rossen. Squirt Domenichelli went 3 for 3 at the plate.

Game 2
COMBA 21 vs Kamloops 8
Second of the double header exhibition games. The bull pen was busy with Nolan Foster, Parker Robertson, Mitch Landry, Bradly Boudreau and Layne Waugh closing. Dreyden Bhe went 3 for 4 at the plate.

Bantam A

Riverdogs played 4 games this weekend going 3-4

They Headed to Newton on Saturday:

Gabe Waugh took to the mound against the Newton Red Sox where he would only allow two hits and one earned run thought 5 1/3 innings when Jacob Taylor was called from third to come in a close the game where Jacob allow 3 hits and 2 earned runs. The team also allowed 3 unearned runs on errors. The Riverdogs where kept off the score board for the first 3 inning when their bats finally came alive in the fourth resulting in the Riverdogs taking home the win 7-6. It was a close one but they battled back.

Carter McLellen took to the mound for the second game against the Newton Canadians the lefty through a great game with 4's and 3 hits though 3 1/3 innings when Micheal Fryer was called in to close the game out with 3k's and the team allowing one run on a passed ball in the fourth. The Riverdogs where on Fire this game score 5 in the first, 6 in the second they where blanked in the third came back hard in the fourth to score 6 more and in the final inning scored one more for a 18-1 victory over the Newton Canadians.

Sunday was much the same where the Riverdogs took to their own field on MacArthur Island where the visiting team from North Delta took on the Dogs to split the games this time.

Game one saw Hudson Doll take to the mound where Hudson saw 2k's and a strong showing from his teammates as they backed up their pitcher play after play in the out field Hudson allowed 5 hits with only 2 of those hits ever crossing the plate and two walks. Connor Kennedy came in part way though the 5th to allow a hit which resulted in a run for North Delta. Connor then came back with a strong showing and help from his teammates to sit the next batter down as center fielder Austin Johanson caught a deep pop fly to center with a hard throw from center to the short stop one of the Delta players themselves in a rundown which the Riverdogs executed perfectly by the Riverdogs resulting in the second out of the inning, the inning ended with a routine 6-3 play. Kennedy closed the game out with 3k's and one run earned. Riverdogs win the first game 9-5 over the North Delta Rays.

The second game the Riverdogs came out with flat bats only getting 3 runs in the first five innings the sixth inning found the Dogs struggling to on the field as well which resulted in North Delta putting up 6 runs 5 of the six runs where unearned do to many errors made by the Riverdogs this inning. Feeling deflated and discouraged Coach Delray Willis talked to the players after a rough defense outing and the Riverdogs where able to come back over the next two inning to score 5 closing the gap but they fell short losing 8-11 to the North Delta Rays.

Midget AAA

The Kal Tire RiverDogs dropped both games against Tri City Saturday.

Game 1

Kamloops. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0. 1 7 3
Tri City. 0 1 1 0 2 0 0. 4 9 1

Jared Pringle 5 innings 4 runs on 9 hits with 5Ks
Trey Alec 1 inning no hits, no runs

At the plate:
Hayden Bennett single, double, run
Trey Alec 2 singles

Game 2

Kamloops. 4 0 0 0 0 0 2. 6 8 2
Tri City. 3 0 2 1 2 0 0. 8 10 1

Christian McCauley 5 innings, 8 runs, 10 hits, walk, 3Ks
Dylan Kooistra 1 inning, no hits, no runs

At the plate:
Dylan Kooistra 2 singles, double, RBI, 2 runs
Rhys McKenzie double, RBI

The Kal Tire RiverDogs dropped both games to Chilliwack Sunday.

Game 1

Kamloops. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0. 2 2 3
Chilliwack. 4 0 0 0 3 0 x. 7 10 0

Hayden Bennett 5 innings, 9 hits. 7 runs, 1K
Trey Alec 1 inning, 1 hit, 1K

At the plate:
Dax Defelice and Ethan Senger got the 2 Dogs hits

Game 2

Kamloops. 0 0 0 0 0 x x. 0 1 5
Chilliwack. 2 3 1 0 4 x x 10 9 2

Tallis McLeod 4 1/3 innings, 10 runs, 9 hits, 2 walks, 2 Ks
Trey Alec 1/3 inning

At the plate:
Jared Pringle got the Dogs only hit