Bantam Tribe remain hot
The Swift Current Bantam Indians’ winning ways on their home diamond continued over the weekend as they won three of four games.
Saturday the Tribe trailed 73 heading into the bottom of the fourth inning before scoring six runs in the inning on their way to a 17-9 win. Justin Kehler picked up the win in relief of Hayden Johnston.
During the pivotal fourth inning Daylan Gatzke led off with a single before a Colton Heffley two-run home run. Chace Nelson and Zac Mackay both singled and scored, while Josh Siemens and Ian Hayes also scored.
Heffley paced the Tribe going three for four with a home run and three runs batted in.
Johnston also finished three for four and scored two runs.
Brandon Schultz and Tyrell Olfert both homered in the comeback win.
Later that day the Indians managed only a single runduring a 3-1 loss to the Pacers.
Mackay scored the lone run when Jayden Roosen brought him around to score.
Sunday the Tribe
rebounded at the plate and swung their way to an 11-1 mercy rule shortened win over Estevan.
Roosen picked up the sixinning complete game win.
The Tribe continued hitting later that afternoon, with another six-inning mercy rule shortened 15-5 win over Estevan as they scored at least one run in all six innings.
Heffley hit home runs in a pair of Indians’ four-run innings, finished three for four with five RBI’s, and two runs scored.
Next action for the Tribe will be Saturday when they head to Weyburn for a pair of games and Sunday when they face the Pacers in Regina.