The Boulders beat the Trois Riveres Aigeles 8-0 in the first game of their double header on Thursday, and 5-0 in the second game. They play a double header against the Quebec Capitales tonight at Provident Bank Park. Listen to the second game live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
It was an extremely close game for the Boulders last night, with the Rockland team starting with a strong lead of 3-0 in the first inning. The Jackals quickly followed with three runs to tie the game, until Rockland scored another run followed by a scoreless third inning, and another run from the Jackals. With a tied score of 4-4 it was back and forth until the bottom of the sixth when the Jackals scored the final three runs of the game winning 7-6. The Boulders travel to Canada tonight to play the Trois Riveres Aigles and return to Provident Bank Park on Friday.
On Friday the Boulders played their second game against the New Jersey Jackals, both teams remained tied with zero runs for the first four innings, and the Jackals ended up winning the game 4-1. On Saturday, though the Boulders made an impressive comeback, with Richard Salazar pitching and the team holding the lead the entire game, winning 14-1. On Sunday they played their fourth game and won with a score of 5-2. The two teams finish their series tonight at 7:00 at Provident Bank Park. You can Listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders played their first game against the Jackals in New Jersey last night. Pitcher Sean Bierman led the team to a win with a score of 11-3, with the Boulders scoring five runs in the second and third innings. In the seventh inning the Boulders were up one more run and the Jackals scored two more, making the score 6-3, with Rockland in the lead through the end of the game. The two teams play again tonight at 7:00 at Yogi Berra Stadium in New Jersey.
The Boulders played their second game against the Trois Riveres Aigles last night at Provident Bank Park. By the bottom of the fourth inning the Boulders looked hopeful with a leading score of 7-6, but in the seventh and eighth innings the Aigles took the lead and won the game 10-7. The Boulders remain in first place in the league and will play again tonight at 7:00 at Provident Bank Park. You can listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
On Friday the Boulders lost their third game against the New Jersey Jackals, losing 4 to 3. On Saturday they finished up the series against New Jersey winning 1-0 and on Sunday they played their first home game against the Trois Riveres Aigles winning 9-5. The two teams play again tonight at 7:00 at Provident Bank Park. Listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
After Monday’s rainout against the Quebec Capitales the Boulders traveled to New Jersey on Wednesday morning where they faced the Jackals in the first game of a four-game series. Early in the game the Jackals earned three runs, giving them a strong lead, though Rockland pitcher Richard Salazar struck out a record ten batters over seven innings. In the eighth inning the Boulders did their best to catch the lead, but only managed two runs. The final score was 3-2 with the Jackals winning, both teams play at Provident Bank Park tonight at 7:00. You can listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The fourth and final game in the Boulders and Capitales series was rained out Monday night. The two teams are scheduled to play a double header on August 21. Rockland has a day off and will head to New Jersey for an 11:05 game Wednesday morning against the Jackals, before returning to Provident Bank Park on Thursday.
The Boulders played the first three games in their series against the Quebec Capitales this weekend. On Friday Rockland won 10-1 and on Saturday they did it again with a score of 5-3. Unfortunately on Sunday the Boulders lost with only 2 runs to the Capitales’ 4. They play their final game tonight at 7:05 in Canada.
The Boulders won two out of three games against the Trois Riveres Aigles this week, losing the final with a score of 3-2 last night. In the third inning the Aigles scored one run, followed by two in the fourth, giving them a head start with a 3-0 lead. In the bottom of the fifth the Boulders scored their first run, scoring their second in the eighth inning, but it wasn’t enough to take the lead. The Boulders travel to Quebec today to play the Capitales in a four-game series starting tonight at 7:05.