The Cardinals, who started the season with eight straight losses, exploded for six runs in both the second and third innings on their way to scoring a season high 15 runs.
Yorkton’s Clyde Yeh had a very good night at the plate registering three hits including his first homer of the season, two runs scored and four RBI.
Owen Steele, Yorkton’s starting pitcher, held Melville batters to one run and four hits over seven innings. Steele also reduced his ERA to 0.44 in three games.
The Cardinals and Mils both have the day off on Wednesday. Both teams will head on the road on Thursday as Yorkton will be in Regina and Melville visits Swift Current.
Moose Jaw Miller Express 10 @ Regina Red Sox 4
Okotoks Dawgs 9 @ Swift Current 57s 7
Edmonton Prospects 4 @ Brooks Bombers 9
Medicine Hat Mavericks 9 @ Lethbridge Bulls 7
Fort McMurray Giants 1 @ Weyburn Beavers 2