Game 1 – Three Rivers 8 Summerside 7
Jack MacKenzie meant business on Saturday, tallying four hits and leading Three Rivers to the win. MacKenzie tripled in the first, singled in the second, singled in the fourth and singled in the fifth.
The base paths were crowded in this high-scoring game as Three Rivers collected 14 hits and the Chevys tallied seven.
Three Rivers took an early lead in the first inning on a Lucas MacAulay single. They took
the lead for good with four runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth, Jake MacLaren singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs, an error scored another run and Matthew Antle grounded out, scoring the fourth run of the inning.
MacLaren was the winning pitcher, allowing six hits and six runs while striking out four. Isaac Compton threw two innings in relief, earning the save.
Ben MacDougall took the loss, going six innings, allowing eight runs on 14 hits and striking out nine.
MacKenzie, MacLaren and Compton all managed multiple hits for the winners. Duncan Picketts and MacDougall each racked up multiple hits for the Chevys.
Game 2 – Summerside 15 Three Rivers 3
Three Rivers fell behind early and couldn’t come back in the lopsided loss. In the first inning, Chevys scored on a single by Duncan Picketts, an error, a walk by Riley Gallant, a walk by Brett Caissie, a single by Parker Gallant, and a sacrifice fly by Sam Worth.
Jayden MacLean was credited with the victory, allowing seven hits and three runs over six innings, striking out five.
MacKenzie took the loss, allowing nine runs on four hits and striking out two in an inning of work.
Morgan Crosman, Dawson McCormack, and Gallant each collected multiple hits for the Chevys. Lucas MacAulay went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Three Rivers.