The Boulders played three games this weekend. On Friday they started their three-game series against the Trois Riveres Aigles, winning 8-1. On Saturday, the Aigles started the game with a 3-0 lead by the fourth inning. In the fifth inning the Boulders added two runs to the board and tied the game 3-3 in the sixth inning. The two teams kept the game tied for three innings until the Aigles scored three runs, giving them a 6-3 lead. In the extra inning, Rockland tied the game again 6-6, in the top of the eleventh Trois Riveres scored again and Rockland added two runs, making the final score 8-7. On Sunday the Boulders didn’t make the board, losing the final game in the series to the Aigles 22-0. The Boulders play the jackals in New Jersey tonight at 7:05 and return home tomorrow at 11:00 AM to continue the series against New Jersey.
The Boulders played their final game against the Quebec Capitales last night after losing the first two. In the first inning Rockland score two runs and held the lead the rest of the game. Rockland pitcher Stephen Harrold struck out five batters; the Boulders have won six of the seven games Harrold started since the season began. In the fifth inning the Boulders scored another run and in the seventh a two run homer gave them the winning score of 5-0. They return home to Provident Bank Park tonight at 7:00 to begin a three-game series against the Trois Riveres Aigles. And stop by the park tomorrow night at 6:30 for Irish Heritage night. Listen to all the home games live on WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders lost their second game against Quebec Les Capitales last night 10-4. In the second inning Quebec took the lead with five runs, Rockland attempted to bring in some runs but by the end of the inning they were trailing with a score of zero to Quebec’s seven. In the seventh inning Rockland scored two runs and two more in the eighth, but it wasn’t enough and Les Capitales scored three more runs by the end of the game. The Boulders remain in second place in the Can Am League and play Les Capitales again tonight at 7:05 in Quebec.
The Boulders traveled to Quebec last night for the first of a three game series against the Capitales. In the first inning Quebec scored two runs and the Boulders attempted to catch up scoring one run in the third inning and another in the fourth. The seventh inning started with a score of 5-2 with Quebec in the lead and the Boulders took the lead for a short time until Quebec won the game with a final score of 9-7. Rockland’s loss pushes them back into second place behind the New Jersey Jackals. The two teams will play again tonight in Quebec.
The Boulders played their third and final game in their away series against the Trois Riveres Aigles last night, Jerrod Edmundson breaking the Can-Am Record with 70 career hits. During the fifth the Boulders scored two runs, with the Aigles following closely with one run in the same innning. In the eighth inning the Boulders scored three more times, with the Aigles scoring twice making the final score 5-3, giving Rockland the win. The Boulders now travel to Quebec to face the Capitales at 7:00 tonight and will return home on July 11.
The Boulders lost their first home game against the New Jersey Jackals on Friday, with neither team scoring for the first three innings. In the fourth inning the Jackals gained a 3-0 lead and in the fifth inning they added five more runs, and the Boulders were able to bring in three runs making the final score 8-4. On Saturday things started looking up for Rockland, in the fourth inning taking a 2-1 lead against the Trois River Aigles. Continuing the lead with a score of 5-3 in the sixth inning the Boulders ended the game winning 8-6. On Sunday the Boulders continued their away series against the Aigles, scoring six runs in the first inning alone. The Aigles got in one run in the seventh inning and the final score of 15-1 put the Boulders into first place in the Can-Am League. The two teams continue tonight at 7:05 and the Boulders will return home to Provident Bank Park on July 11.
The Boulders played three games against the New Jersey Jackals this weekend. On Friday, the team’s first game back home at Provident Bank Park after a successful trip in the Midwest, the Boulders lost 5-3. OnSaturday Rockland lost again 5-4 in a close game, and on Sunday Rockland won 5-2. The Boulders will play Quebec tonight at Provident Bank Park at 7:00 PM. You can listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders played the second game of a four game series against the Sioux City Explorers last night, winning 2-1 after holding a 1-1 tie for most of the game, lead to extended innings. The two teams will play again tonight in Iowa at 8:05. The Boulders will return home this weekend to play the New Jersey Jackals at Provident Bank Park.
The Boulders played their first game in a four game series against the Sioux City Explorers last night. By the end of the second inning the Explorers led the game with a 5-0 lead and Rockland got in some good hits, but it wasn’t enough and in the fifth inning Sioux City had a score of twelve runs. The Boulders lost the game 12-6 and they will play the Explorers again tonight at 8:05.
The Boulders played three games against the St.Paul Saints this weekend, winning all of them. On Friday the Rockland team beat the Midwest team 9-4. On Saturday they scored fourteen runs to the Saint’s five and on Sunday it was a close game, with the Boulders winning 4-3. Rockland now travels to Sioux City to face the Explorers tonight at 8:05.