The Regina Red Sox magical run has come to a crushing end.
After coming back from being 2-0 down to Medicine Hat in the finals to tie the series at a two a piece, the Sox headed back to Alberta, looking to take the title on the Mavericks’ soil.
Unfortunately, that wasn’t meant to be.
The Mavericks won big over Regina, smacking 13 hits in an 8-2 victory.
Medicine Hat was lead on the mound by Jaymon Cervantes, who threw seven strong innings, allowing only one run on five hits while striking out six.
On the Sox side, starter Peyton Burks struggled, allowing five hits and three runs in just 2.1 innings. Tyler Bernhardt came in and saw four runs cash in on his watch (two earned) through two innings of work.
Edgar Cuevas, Anthony Race and Adam De La Cruz came in for the rest of the game and allowed just one more run through 3.2 innings of work.