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Eight wins for Wildcats teams in the past week – SteinbachOnline.com

Eastman U13 AAA Wildcats shared a twinbill with Smitty’s

The Eastman Wildcats and Smitty’s Terminators played a doubleheader at Landmark on Sunday. Alexa Coulter drove in a pair of runs as part of the Wildcats’ three-run seventh inning, Eastman defeated Smitty’s 7-4 in game one. Coulter allowed zero hits and zero runs over two innings, striking out three and walking one. Hannah Skrabek, Jaycee Neumann and Kylie Plett came into the field relieved. The Wildcats dropped game two to Smitty’s 10-7. Avi Tindall homered for Eastman. The Wildcats have a 3-1 record in the Manitoba Premier Softball League and will play a tournament in Bismarck this weekend.


Three wins and a clean sheet for Eastman U15 AAA Wildcats

The Eastman Wildcats played a pair of doubleheaders this past week. Eastman defeated the Manitoba Angels twice last Tuesday in Landmark, Lola Kihn pitched a perfect game as Eastman defeated the Manitoba Angels 10-0 in game one. Émilie Carrière hit an inside the park home run and scored three runs during the Wildcats’ eight-run second inning. Eastman scored six points in the third, highlighted by Gracie Anderson’s two-run triple en route to a 10-2 win over the Angels in game two. The Wildcats and Winnipeg Lightning met Sunday in Friedensfeld. Cameron Heppner drove in four runs as Eastman won the opener 12-0. The Wildcats led game two 10-7 in the second half of overtime when the game was called due to lightning and rain. The match was recorded as a draw. Eastman has a 6-1-1 record in the Manitoba Premier Softball League and heads to Bismarck this weekend.


4-0 week for Eastman U17 AAA Wildcats

The Eastman Wildcats were perfect last week. The Wildcats defeated the Manitoba Angels twice on Tuesday at AD Penner Park in Steinbach. Kali Remillard homered as Eastman took the opener 3-1. The Wildcats won the second game 8-2. Abigail Ducharme hit a two-run home run and Pascale Kihn added a three-run explosion during the Wildcats’ six-run second inning. Eastman faced Smitty’s Terminators and the Westman Magic Sunday in Brandon. Annabelle Tétrault allowed four hits and zero runs over five innings and struck out five as the Wildcats blanked the Terminators 5-0. Pascale Kihn had three hits, including a three-run homer, as Eastman defeated the Magic 6-4. The Wildcats have a 7-1 record in the Manitoba Premier Softball League and will join the U13 and U15 Eastman teams in a tournament in Bismarck this weekend.

baseball_2023The U17 Wildcats have a 7-1 league record

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