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Updated: 6 days ago



By GameChanger Media

Ryan Cutten collected five hits in five at bats, as Guelph Silvercreeks defeated Kitchener Jr Panthers 8-3 on Tuesday at Jack Couch Ball Park. Cutten tripled in the sixth inning, singled in the fourth inning, singled in the first inning, and singled in the third inning.

Guelph Silvercreeks got on the board in the first inning after Cutten singled, scoring one run.

M Hiller hit into a double play, which helped Kitchener Jr Panthers tie the game at one in the bottom of the first.

Guelph Silvercreeks took the lead in the top of the third. Sawyer Whitaker singled, scoring two runs, to give Guelph Silvercreeks the advantage, 3-1.

Jackson Markwood earned the win for Guelph Silvercreeks 22U. Markwood gave up one hit and one run over two and two-thirds innings, striking out five and walking five. G Mclean took the loss for Kitchener Jr Panthers. The reliever went two innings, surrendering three runs on one hit, striking out three and walking three. Max Rutherford led things off on the bump for Guelph Silvercreeks. They allowed zero hits and one run over two innings, striking out four and walking three. C Beddis started the game for Kitchener Jr Panthers. They gave up six hits and three runs over three innings, striking out none and walking two. Liam Karn threw two innings of scoreless ball for the Silvercreeks in relief. The lefty gave up zero hits, striking out three and walking three.

Guelph Silvercreeks accumulated 12 hits in the game. Alex Camilo collected two hits for Creeks in four at bats. Whitaker stole two bases. Guelph turned two double plays in the game.

Guelph Silvercreeks welcome Hamilton Jr Cardinals on Wednesday for their next game.

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