White Rock whipped

Chilliwack Minor Baseball

Chilliwack’s midget AAA Cougars hit the road Sunday, facing the White Rock Raiders in a double-header at South Surrey Athletic Park.

Derek Riediger took the mound in the opener and pitched a complete game, giving up just one run as the Cougars trounced the Raiders 11-1.

Game two saw Gage Mclaren get the start.  His teammates provided plenty of run support, batting  through the order twice in the first inning to record 10 runs.

Mclaren pitched three solid innings before turning the ball over to closer Mike Rogers.

The Cougars only needed six innings to put a 15-5 mercy win on the books.

The Cougars return to  the road Wednesday, coming home this weekend for back-to-back double-headers against White Rock (Saturday) and Richmond (Sunday).

With only eight games left in the regular season, Chilliwack will be looking for valuable wins in the chase for a provincial spot.

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