White Rock pitcher Saylor Gray throws a pitch during Saturday’s first game against the North Delta Blue Jays.

White Rock Tritons earn weekend split

BC PBL team wins twice in four home games against North Delta Blue Jays and Abbotsford Cardinals.

The White Rock Tritons earned a split over a four-game homestand at South Surrey Athletic Park last weekend.

On Saturday, the home side lost its opening game, 7-0, against the North Delta Blue Jays, before rebounding in the second contest, winning 14-3.

Sunday was much the same for the under-18 BC Premier Baseball League crew, as they dropped Game 1 to the Abbotsford Cardinals 7-6 before winning the nightcap by the same score.

The two wins gave the Tritons a win-loss record of 10-17, which is good for 10th out of 12 teams. However, they’re just a game-and-a-half back of Coquitlam, who hold the final playoff spot.

The weekend was highlighted by Saturday afternoon’s 14-run explosion, which was capped by Quin Hall’s third home run of the season. Hall is now tied with North Shore slugger Brandon Currie for the league-lead in home runs. In the same game, Jansen Crossley went three-for-four with four RBI, while Anthony Walcott had three RBI.

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