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Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Nov. 28, 2023

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Ridgefield Raptors beat Edmonton 2-0 to win road series

Three Ridgefield pitchers stranded 11 Riverhawks baserunners

By , Columbian Sports Editor

Nick Seamons homered and three Ridgefield pitchers escaped trouble often as the Raptors beat Edmonton 2-0 on Thursday.

With the win, Ridgefield took two of three games in the series north of the border.

Seamon’s second home run of the season, a solo shot, came with one out in the fifth. Jake Tsukada delivered an RBI single later in the inning, scoring Jack Salmon.

Edmonton left 11 runners on base. The Riverhawks had runners on in eight innings and stranded multiple runners in six of those.

Columbia River High grad Sawyer Parkin started on the mound for Ridgefield. He allowed seven hits and struck out three before being relieved in the fifth innings.

Ridgefield’s Charlie Royle pitched the final three innings, allowing two hits and striking out four for his first save of the season.

The Raptors (28-13) return home Saturday for a two-game exhibition series against the NW Star Nighthawks. Ridgefield resumes West Coast League play Tuesday with a three-game set against the Cowlitz Black Bears in Longview.

RIDGEFIELD 2, EDMONTON 0, (Click here for box score)

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