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Explosive Display In Falcons' Win

Exploding for 16 hits and taking advantage of seven Wenatchee AppleSox errors, the Kelowna Falcons produced their highest-scoring game of the West Coast (Baseball) League season on Saturday.

Led by catcher Erik Colombini (Sonoma State University) and his four hits, the Falcons had four players contributing multi-hits games in a 13-2 win at Elks Stadium.

Josh Croft (San Jacinto College) of Powell River and a graduate of the Okanagan A’s, added three singles, while Brandon Grimsley and Taylor Brown chipped in with two hits apiece.

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