Dogs have different days
RiverDogs Red and White experienced opposite fates in weekend 13-and-under B.C. Minor Baseball Association spring league action.
Red (8-4) swept a doubleheader against the West Kelowna D-Backs (2-10) in Kamloops on Sunday, winning 7-4 and 17-3.
Ryder Corsi drove in the go-ahead run with a double in Game 1 and in Game 2 went 3-for-3 at the plate to rack up four RBI and provide run support for Grady Johnson, who struck out four batters in three innings of shutout work on the mound.
The hometown Penticton Tigers earned two 12-4 wins over RiverDogs White (4-8) on Saturday.
Lane Tozer made his pitching debut for the Dogs in Game 1, striking out one batter and giving up four runs in two innings. Calvin Walker was 2-for-3 at the dish in Game 2, with a walk, a run and an RBI.
The Tigers are 11-1.