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By GameChanger Media

Guelph Silvercreeks and Cambridge Cubs tied 10-10 on Thursday at Dickson Park in Cambridge.

Guelph got on the board in the first inning after Jackson Groves singled, scoring one run.

In the bottom of the second inning, Cambridge Cubs went back into the lead after Jack Hines walked, Guelph committed an error, Brody Kleinschmidt was struck by a pitch, and Cambridge Cubs scored on a wild pitch, each scoring one run.

Guelph tied the game up in the top of the fourth thanks to two singles. The Silvercreeks tied the game at four on a single by Alex Wickett.

Guelph Silvercreeks flipped the game on its head in the top of the fifth, scoring seven runs on three hits to take a 11-4 lead. The biggest blow in the inning was a triple by Aidan Edmunds that drove in one.

Matt Rumney led things off on the bump for Guelph Silvercreeks. The starting pitcher gave up two hits and four runs (three earned) over one and one-third innings, striking out one and walking two. Owen Marshall started the game for Cambridge Cubs. They gave up six hits and four runs over three and one-third innings, striking out one and walking five.

Guelph piled up nine hits in the game. Wickett and Groves each collected two hits for the Silvercreeks. Wickett and Groves each drove in two runs for Guelph. The Silvercreeks had a strong eye at the plate, tallying 12 walks for the game. Sawyer Whitaker and Chase Williams led the team with three free passes each.

Guelph Silvercreeks will travel to Waterloo Tigers for their next game on Tuesday.

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