© Guardian photo by Brian McInnis
Dylan Beck of the P.E.I. Brewing Company Athletics slides into home Sunday during Kings County Baseball League action against the Charlottetown Domino’s Dodgers in Stratford.
The Northside Brewers gave up six runs in the top of the first but scored nine unanswered runs for a 9-6 victory over the Peakes Tee Sluggers Sunday in Kings County Baseball League action.
The Brewers scored five runs in the third to tie it and added three in the sixth to pull ahead.
D.J. Dunn provided clutch hitting for the Brewers with a two-run double in the sixth. He finished the game with four RBIs and two runs scored.
Jamie Arsenault went 2-for-3 while Mitch Ryan was 1-for-3 with two RBIs to lead the Brewers.
Ryan came on in relief of Dunn in the fourth and pitched a two-hitter over the final four innings
for the victory.
Carter MacLennan was 1-for-2 and Will Jadis hit
1-for-1 for the Sluggers while Darcy Nicholson had a two-run double in the first.
Sam Walsh suffered the loss in relief of Mitch Morrison.
Athletics 4, Dodgers 3
Corey Douguay went the distance as the P.E.I. Brewing Company Athletics defeated the Charlottetown Domino’s Dodgers 4-3 in Stratford.
Robin Hood, who threw a complete game, was tagged with the loss.
Allister Smith and Jacob Smith each had two hits for the Athletics while Dominique Ryan had an RBI triple.
Jeremy Mackinnon had two hits for the Charlottetown squad.
Chevies 5, Mets 4
The Morell Chevies squandered a 4-2 lead Sunday afternoon but pushed across the winning run in the sixth inning, dropping the Freetown Mets 5-4.
Logan Gallant hit a fielder’s choice to score Brad Larter with the winning run. The Mets had already thrown out the potential go-ahead run on the previous play.
Freetown rallied with a pair of runs in the top of the sixth, keyed by Morgan Murphy’s third hit of the game.
Troy Coffin would relieve starter Andrew O’Shea and recorded the game’s final four outs for the win.
The Mets wasted a fine pitching performance from Spencer Montgomery, who threw a complete-game, five-hitter.
Scott Ellsworth had a pair of hits for the Chevies while Coffin blasted a two-run home run in the third inning.
Jordan Stevenson had the only other hit for the Mets, who benefitted from nine walks.