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The Paladin Black Sox made sure to have enough players for their home double-header against Peace River on Saturday.

Unfortunately for the Sox, the Stampeders were unable to field a team, leading to yet another Wheatbelt Baseball League forfeit.

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The Sox will get credit for a pair of wins with just two games remaining in their regular season schedule.

Cecil Lake, meanwhile, lost both legs of a Sunday double-header against the league leading Beaverlodge Royals.  Beaverlodge got outstanding pitching from Chase Garbitt and Andrew Nash, in 9-1 and 10-0 victories.  The Norwest Thunder remain winless on the season with five games remaining.

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