Palladian boys win three more

The Palladian Pirates kept winning on the weekend with three out of four wins.

The Palladian Pirates kept winning on the weekend with three out of four wins. The B.C. Junior Premier Baseball League team (18-8) won 3-2 and lost 6-5 against North Delta on Saturday at Serauxmen Stadium, then swept White Rock 4-2 and 15-3 Sunday on the mainland.

The first game was perhaps most exciting, as Spencer Dawson hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh to deliver the victory. Bryan Odgers went 3-for-4 at the dish in that game and Braeden Mousseau was 2-for-3. Tanner Linn was the winning pitcher.

The next game, a rare loss, ended in the 10th inning. Bryan Odgers was again 3-for-4 and Mousseau and Griffin Andreychuk had two hits apiece. Nate Odgers was the pitcher of record.

The highlight of Sunday’s close game was a home run from Dawson, but Aidan Goodall also supplied a big hit, a two-run single in the top of the seventh. Mousseau was the winning pitcher in a relief appearance.

In the blowout win, David Jerome had a huge day with a double, a triple and five RBI and Alex Anderson and Tristan Olsen had two hits apiece. Goodall breezed to the pitching win.

GAME ON … The Palladian Pirates host the Parksville Royals juniors on Thursday (June 16) at 6 p.m. at Serauxmen Stadium.