Loggers place fourth in Vegas Roadtrip tourney

The senior's fastball team will compete in Vancouver on April 29

The Compass Electric Sooke Loggers went 2-2 in Vegas and placed fourth out of eight teams.

In the first game the Loggers played New Image from Wisconsin and beat them 3-1. Second basemen Chad Bryden lead the way with two hits.

Winning pitcher was Rich Haldane.

Game two saw the Loggers lose to Cal State Builders 5-0.

Cal State had Canadian national pitch Brady Woods.

Sooke managed only three hits along with five walks with three of the walks  coming from Nick Medwedrich.

Losing pitcher was Scott Lieph.

Game three the loggers played a team from Texas El Paso.

The loggers won that game 5-3 .

Kyle Cowick and Nick Medwedrich both homered and the winning pitcher was Rich Haldane.

In the game that knocked the Loggers out of the tournament they lost to Portland Oregon 5-1.

Portland had USA national team pitcher Travis Price throwing  for them.

Andrew Medwedrich lead the way with two hits.

Losing pitcher was Scott Lieph.

The Loggers went to Vegas to get the winter rust off and get ready for the coming season and overall they did that.

Next action for the team will be to travel to Vancouver on April 29 to play the Vancouver Meralomas.

By Len Banner

 

 

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