ACTION IN THE KCBL
What team did what in the Kings County Baseball League.
Owen Wilson drove in the winning runs in the top of the seventh inning Sunday as the Action Aero Expos beat the Charlottetown Jays 7-6 in Kings County Baseball League action.
Brad Mullen picked up the complete-game victory, striking out three. Dylan Beck suffered the loss while Steve Collins got a no decision.
Andrew Arsenault led the Expos offensively, going 3-for-3 with two home runs and five RBIs.
Josh McKinnon had two hits for the Jays.
The Expos completed the sweep with a 9-5 victory in Game 2. The Expos scored five in the sixth inning for the comeback victory.
Andrew Arsenault went the distance, striking out five, for the win. Dylan McQuaid suffered the loss and Chad MacKay got the no decision.
Ben Ladner had three hits for the Expos while McKinnon and Brodie Hughes each had two hits for the Jays.
The Northside Gill Construction Brewers won a twin bill Sunday afternoon against the Morell Co-operators Chevies and the Brackish Arrows.
The Brewers jumped out to an 11-2 lead after four innings, keyed by an eight-run third, and held on for an 11-8 win against the Chevies.
Kevin MacLeod and Jordan Stevenson were both 2-for-3 while Garret Vandiepen was 2for-4 with a two-run home run to pace the Brewers.
Tyson Blue allowed three runs in five innings to earn the win with relief help from Sam Walsh. Andrew O’Shea suffered the loss for the Chevies with relief from Craig Lawlor.
Jarod Laybolt had two hits, including a solo home run in the fifth, and Mike Ellsworth and Scott Ellsworth both had two hits to lead the Chevies.
Jamie Arsenault threw a complete game two-hitter with seven strike outs as the Brewers doubled the Brackish Arrows 6-3.
Nigel Fisher was 3-for-3 with a home run to lead the Brewers, while Jed MacEwen and Darcy Nicholson, both went 2-for-2.
Zach Marsh and Tyler Johnson had the Arrow hits. Steve Cochrane was the losing pitcher.
Josh McKinnon of the Charlottetown Jays had two hits in each game of Sunday’s Kings County Baseball League doubleheader at Memorial Field.