It was a successful weekend for minor baseball teams from Weyburn.  

The 15U A Red squad was in Regina for the year-end tournament and was looking to bring home their second consecutive league title.  

Weyburn would open the tournament in convincing fashion with a 26-4 win over the Regina A’s. They followed this up with a win over Rouleau by a final score of 15-8. Then, the closest game of the tournament.  

The Regina White Sox would give Weyburn a run for their money, but Weyburn would edge out the White Sox for a 20-19 win, and the Reds were off to the semi-finals.  

In the semi-finals, Weyburn topped Moose Jaw 11-7, setting up a date with Lumsden for a league championship. In the final game the Reds, getting some help thanks to a grand slam from Jack Grad, came away with an 18-8 win for their second consecutive 15U Regina Minor Baseball League championship.  


The 18U AA Angels were on the road this past weekend, playing four games in two days. The weekend started in North Battleford on Saturday, as they played a doubleheader against the league’s top team, the Beavers. The Angels would start the weekend out with a 4-1 victory and then followed it up with a convincing 11-2 win.  

Sunday, the Angels travelled to Saskatoon where they played a doubleheader against the Saskatoon Blue Jays. The morning start for the first game caught the Angels a little off guard, as they fell 11-7, but then they came back for the second game.  

Isaac Mackay drove in four runs and was a triple short of hitting for the cycle, while Chase Kradovill and Connor McIndoe drove in four more runs each to help lift the Angels to a 27-5 win in five innings.  

The Angels are now 13-3 on the season. They play their next games on Saturday as they host the Regina Buffalos at Tom Laing Park for a doubleheader.