The Muenster 18U AA Red Sox and the Estevan 18U Brewers went to battle it out on Saturday with Muenster taking the lead early in the game. 

The Red Sox got the game rolling in the first inning, with Tai Beischer scoring the first run. 

Estevan put up their defences, but the Muenster team did not let up.  Levi Richels drew a walk, scoring one run and leading to two more in the third. 

The fourth inning saw four runs come from the Red Sox, with Jacob Painter and Richels bringing it home with some RBIs. 

Preston Dyok was the winning pitcher for the Muenster Red Sox, allowing six hits and six runs over seven innings, striking out five. Logan Romaniuk, with the Estevan Brewers took the loss, lasting three innings, allowing three hits and six runs while striking out five. 

The Red Sox walked away from the game victorious at 11-6 with seven hits. Painter and Rhett Bryksa had two hits to lead the Muenster team. Jacob Mayer led the Brewers with two hits in three at-bat. 

Sunday saw the Red Sox take to the field again, this time against the Parkland Expos. The Sox fell behind early and struggled to gain the lead. 

The game started with the Expos scoring a double from Colton Hubic and a single by Chris Cole in the first inning. 

It looked like Muenster would make a comeback in the seventh inning as they notched three runs. The Sox offence in the inning came from a single by Tai Beischer and an error on a ball put in play by Levi Richels.

Brandon Spilchen earned the victory on the hill for Parkland Expos. The ace allowed 12 hits and five runs over six and two-thirds innings, striking out seven. 

Ryder Knittig started the game for Muenster Red Sox 18U AA. The pitcher allowed seven hits and five runs over five innings, striking out four. Lynden Loessl threw two innings in relief.

Despite out-hitting the Expos 12 to 9, the team from Muenster could not make a comeback, ending the game at a 10-5 loss. 

Beischer, Richels, Jayden Sparks, Rhett Bryksa, and Loessl all managed multiple hits for the Red Sox. Beischer went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the Red Sox in hits.

Sam Cristo and Hubic all managed multiple hits for the Expos. They stole six bases during the game, and two players stole more than one. Cristo led the way with two.

The Red Sox next game will take place Wednesday, June 8, in Saskatoon against the Saskatoon Blue Jays.