The Weyburn Beavers had a busy weekend, with three games in three days, including two on the road in Alberta.  

The Beavers opened up the weekend at home Friday night, as they entertained the Saskatoon Berries at Tom Laing Park. The Beavers would take an early lead, but Saskatoon would rally late to come away with a 4-2 victory.  

Halen Otte had a double for the Beavers, while a trio of players showcased their speed on the basepaths. Jacob Carlson and Easton Mould stole a base each, while Dallas Cummins swiped two.  

Ryan Meyer had a solid outing on the mound, striking out five in seven innings of work, but he also surrendered three runs, two of those earned. Tanner Coddington had one strikeout out in one inning on the mound and didn’t allow a runner on base. Mathieu Rocheleau would give up one run in one inning while striking out two.  

Saturday, the Beavers made the trek to Medicine Hat for a pair of games against the Mavericks. The game Saturday night had the Mavericks keeping Weyburn from cashing in runners on base, as the Beavers left 11 on the basepaths in a 5-1 loss. River Smith went 3-for-five at the plate, with Cummins going 2-for-4.  

On the mound, Ethan Webster was tagged for the loss, giving up the go-ahead run in his two-and-a-third innings of work. Starting pitcher Aiden Maas went 3 2/3 innings, striking out two while allowing one run. Joe Hart and Logan Wortman pitched an inning each, with Hart striking out two but also giving up a pair of runs. Wortman gave up one run.  

Sunday afternoon, the Beavers would get the win back from the Mavericks. River Smith and Ryan Dauphinee would each hit a double, while Robert Gurney, Nick Teng and Carlson recorded RBI as Weyburn won 5-1.  

Gurney would go 2-for-2 at the plate in the game, while also getting hit by a pitch and drawing two walks in his five plate appearances. Quinten Smith would finish the day going 3-for-5 with a run. Cummins and Niko Kekatos also finished up the game with multiple hits.  

Ian Heck would get the start on the mound, where he picked up six strikeouts in six innings of work while allowing one earned run on six hits. Heck is now third in strikeouts in the league this season, with 20 in three appearances.  

Angel Fragozo would come on and pitch an inning in relief, striking out one. Coddington would pitch the final two innings, striking out two.  

The Beavers will return to action on Tuesday, as they host the Moose Jaw Miller Express at Tom Laing Park.