HarbourCats Win Second of Double Header To End 3 Game SkidBy Thomas Wilke June 04, 2022 11:20pm
Above Photo: Grady Morgan, Clark Henry and Joseph Redfield celebrate the win on Saturday evening
Kelowna, BC – After mother nature disallowed Friday evenings game, Harry Deliyannis’ complete game, one earned run outing pushed Victoria to secure the victory in the second game of Saturday afternoon, to split the double header and end a three game losing streak.
Saturday afternoon started by seeing the HarbourCats drop the first of two in Kelowna against the Falcons in a tight one run contest that would end up going against Victoria. The Cats bounced back in the later half of the two matches was good enough to see them end their three game losing streak, pushing them to a early 2-3 record this summer.
Harry Deliyannis was the big story of the day as he made his first career WCL appearance and left an impression that is sure to be yearned for in Victoria throughout the season. Harry pitched all seven innings while giving up just one run on four hits and striking out seven. It was a different story for the Falcon’s starter, Cole Van Every, who only lasted two and third innings, including a four run (two earned) first inning.
Joseph Redfield was the big bat of the game for Victoria as he secured his first and second career HarbourCat’s hits, while scoring two of their five runs.
The HarbourCats will finish their three game series looking for the victory tomorrow afternoon in Kelowna before returning home to face the Nanaimo NightOwls on Tuesday evening. This will be the first time in league history that two teams for the Island face each other and tickets are already flying off the table, as the bitter rivaly has been sensed and born before a pitch has been thrown. Don’t miss a second of the action and get your tickets now at harbourcats.com/tckets of at the HarbourCats office located at 1814 Vancouver Street. Tickets also available at the gates on gamedays.