Tigers get split

Six errors resulted in the SOMBA Tigers losing to the Cloverdale Spurs 6-2.

Six errors resulted in the SOMBA Tigers losing to the Cloverdale Spurs 6-2. Game 2 was different and the Tigers got help from mother nature as they clinged to a 11-10 win as the game was called due to darkness. Trailing 4-0 in the fourth inning, Cole Depner led off with a single and did the same in the fifth inning, in which the Tigers managed to bat around the line up. Cloverdale mounted a comeback and had S.O.M.B.A. on the ropes before the game was called.

In the first game, Ryohei Ito was strong on the mound for the Tigers going 5 1/3 innings, with five strikeouts and only allowing two earned runs. Sunday’s games against White Rock were rained out. The Tigers added new faces in Donavan Abbot and Treven Stetsko from the bantam division and welcomed back Nolan Benedetti,  who returned after spending the winter with the Okanagan Athletics of the PBL.


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