Big windup

Hooper, Parent toss 11 Ks in 'game of the season'

Brendan Moore was on the mound for Exeter Sporting Goods pitching in a men's fastball league game in 100 Mile House on May 23.

Men’s fastball in 100 Mile House is in full swing.

Mark Boyce pitched two innings and Daryl Eustache pitched three for Canim Lake in a 12-9 win over Exeter Sporting goods on May 26. Chad Paterson pitched two innings for Exeter and Brandan Moore threw three.

Exeter Sporting Goods knocked Red Rock pitcher Pat Findlay for 18 runs while winning pitcher, Moore, gave up seven on May 23.

On May 22, in what scorekeeper Millie Halcro dubbed “the game of the season,” Sanford & Dillman Hornets pitcher Reg Hooper and Jake’s Old Buds pitcher Greg Parent put on a throwing exhibition, carving hitters for 11 strikeouts a piece in a 1-1 tie.

Red Rock ripped Canim Lake pitcher Stumpy Boyce for 16 runs on May 20, while Canim Lake earned eight runs on pitcher Brad Mills.

May 15 saw Jake’s Old Buds hit for 20 runs to Exeter’s 6. Parent was on the mound for Jake’s, while Connor Edle pitched for Exeter.

Exeter got the win on May 13 against the Hornets, 17-2.

Canim Lake played Jake’s Old Buds on May 27 after press time.

The Hornets and Red Rock go head-to-head on May 29.

June 2 will see the Hornets take on Canim Lake.

First pitch goes around 6:30 p.m. at the baseball diamonds behind the South Cariboo Rec. Centre in 100 Mile House.

 

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