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The Ponoka Bandits score big with 34 runs in two games.

The Ponoka Mosquito baseball team cheers as Levi Harbin (left) and David Kawahara managed to cross home plate during the June 12 game against Maskwacis.

The Ponoka Mosquito baseball team cheers as Levi Harbin (left) and David Kawahara managed to cross home plate during the June 12 game against Maskwacis.

SUBMITTED BY LUCAS WILLIER

Softball coordinator

The Ponoka Bandits score big with 34 runs in two games. The home run frenzy continues with the Bandits as they are winding down a winning season.

Morgan Hutchison hit a homerun to open the flood gates for the Bandits against the Lacombe matrix Tuesday night, June 10 while Persja Pots scored three runs during that game.

Offensively, the Bandits are so strong that the little plays like a Popfly catch by Sami Woytowich are huge game changers.

On Thursday, June 12, Red Deer found how hard it is to get on base as hard grounders turn into routine plays when you have great first base defense by Kaylee Auger.

Red Deer fell to the Bandits 19-10 and plot their revenge in post league provincial play.