KMBA round-up to May 26, 2019

One-win weekend

The Kamloops RiverDogs posted a 1-3 record in B.C. Baseball College Prep League play last weekend in the Tournament Capital.

Kamloops earned a split with the Ridge Meadows Royals on Saturday, winning 5-1 and losing 12-8.

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Tallis McLeod was victorious on the mound for the Dogs, who were twice beaten by Tri-City on Sunday, falling 4-3 and 9-6.

League standings: Cloverdale Nationals (18-4), Chilliwack Cougars (13-3), Kelowna Sun Devils (10-6), Tri-City (10-9), Ridge Meadows (14-14), Richmond Chuckers (11-11), Kamloops (5-13) and Township Blue Sox (0-21).

Getting it done

The bantam AAA Kamloops RiverDogs posted a 3-1 record in B.C. Minor Baseball Association action last weekend in the Tournament Capital.

Kamloops earned a split against the Vancouver Community Mounties on Saturday, winning the opener 4-3 and dropping the rematch 8-7.

Tyler Dhaliwal was the winning pitcher in Game 1, allowing two runs in four innings of work. Rollin Sanderson had an inside-the-park home run in Game 2.

The Dogs twice bested the Richmond City Chuckers on Sunday, winning 11-3 in the first game and blanking their opponents 6-0 in the rematch.

Ryan Petrie was the winning pitcher in Game 1 and had offensive help from Sanderson, Nolan Foster and Matthew MacDonald.

Sanderson pitched five innings in the rematch, allowing no runs and striking out seven batters in victory.

Parker Robertson had two doubles and two RBI.

Dogs keep pace

RiverDogs Red and White posted 2-1 record in 13-and-under B.C. Minor Baseball Association action on the weekend.

Both teams were in Vernon to play the Canadians on Saturday. White (4-6) doubled Vernon 12-6, thanks in part to an outstanding performance from Trisztan Bowen, and Red (6-4) bumped the Canadians 7-3, with Grady Johnson among the most productive Kamloopsians.

White split a doubleheader with West Kelowna in the Tournament Capital on Sunday.

Jace Koskimaki allowed four hits in more than four innings of work in a 6-2 defeat. JJ George provided sound pitching in limited work in an 11-5 victory in the rematch.

RiverDogs Red split a doubleheader with Salmon Arm in Kamloops on Sunday.

Jayce Matkowski was 4-for-4 at the plate in Game 1, a 14-9 victory. Ryder Corsi was 3-for-3 in the rematch, a, 11-9 defeat.

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