The Okotoks Dawgs won their second in a row dumping the Brooks Bombers 4-1 Sunday, June 18, in front of a sold out, Fathers Day crowd at Seaman Stadium.

Peter Hutzal went 1-for-3 at the plate, but still managed to drive in three runs.

And pitcher Chris Horvath improved to 3-and-0 on the season, pitching seven strong innings, giving up no runs on six hits with four strike-out's.

The WMBL, West Division leading Dawgs, look to add to that lead Monday, June 19, in Edmonton as they open the first of two in a row in the Provincial Capital against the Prospects.

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