Rough time at Wood Bat for Cannons


Last updated 7/6/2023 at 8:35am

Paul Delaney

Spokane Cannons' Kaleb Cain from Medical Lake was moments too late to tag this runner from the Columbia Basin Riverdogs in a Saturday Wood Bat Classic tournament game at Holliday Field in Medical Lake. The Ephrata-based team won 5-3. The Cannons finished the tournament with a 1-4 record and now return to league play for a July 4 game at the Northstars before heading to Whitefish, Montana for a tournament July 7-9.

The week's results left the Cannons with a 22-10 overall record, 12-0 in league play and regular season champs. Spokane has four wins in its past 10 games.

"I learned that we're gonna' have to get guys ready to step up and play some important roles going forward with our injuries," head coach Austin Sharp wrote in a text message. "We still have a lot of weapons on this team, we pitched well all year and I am excited to see these guys come playoff time," he added.

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