Royals league win streak hits 15

Vs. Saskatoon Stallions

The Marysburg Royals’ offense continues to be red hot as the club picked up a 12-0 win over the Saskatoon Stallions on July 28. 
Brody Frerichs and Nick Anderson combined for the shut out on the mound for the Royals as Frerichs pitched two shutout innings, before Anderson came on in relief and pitched three shutout innings of his own.
The pair were boosted by a solid defensive effort behind them, as the Royals made no errors in the win.  
Offensively the Red Sox pounded out 14 hits, thanks in large part to four from Frerichs, and a Brent Puetz homerun. 
The win extends the Royals’ win streak to 14 straight league contests. 
The club will look to make it 15 when they returned to action July 31 for their penultimate regular season contest in Saskatoon against the Smokin’ Guns at Cairns Field. 

Vs. Saskatoon Smokin' Guns

The Marysburg Royals took full advantage of their hits in a 9-6 win over the Saskatoon Smokin’ Guns on July 31 in Saskatoon.

The Royals managed nine runs in the contest despite registering just eight hits.

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With provincials just days away, the Royals used their full bench in the win as Thomas Lessmeister, Luke Strueby and Adam Gerwing combined to pick up the win on the mound.

The trio was supported by a solid defensive effort, as the Royals committed just one error in the win.

With the win the Royals push their league winning streak to 15 games.


With a regular season pennant locked up, the Royals will look to add their second title of the season when they travel to Regina on Aug. 3-5 for the Senior AA Tier 1 provincial championships.

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