The Estevan Peewee Tornadoes had a bit of a rough go of it over the weekend, as they fell in a doubleheader to the Regina Buffaloes, 8-6 and 12-2.

"In the first game, we played well. Our defense was coming around, the boys played really good defense. Our pitching was really good there, it was a pretty good effort overall," said Head Coach Ryan Siever. 

However, as with any sport, baseball can provide it's learning moments for any position and any role, and Siever experienced that himself.

"I myself made a bit of a coaching error, I tried to move my runners up a base, trying to get them from first and second to second and third. Our guy got thrown out at third base to end the game. We talked to the boys about that afterwards, how that was my error and probably should've called for that, got a little too aggressive there."

The Tornadoes head up to Melville on the weekend for tournament action.

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