The Okotoks Dawgs stay undefeated against the Edmonton Prospects this season after winning 9-2 and 7-2 in today's doubleheader.

In the first game of the day, Okotoks played guest at Seaman Stadium wearing their away uniforms. It was also scheduled for seven innings instead of the traditional nine to fit the second game in.

The Dawgs and Prospects went scoreless until the top of the third where Connor Crowson would score Kadyn Williams for the first run of the game after hitting a single and picking up an RBI.

Okotoks would score in every inning after that and got five runs in the fifth inning. The Prospects would get their two runs at the bottom of the fourth.

Barry Eiseman sliding into second base.Barry Eiseman sliding into second base.

Cam Stephens got the win as he started on the mound and finished off with two strikeouts in four innings pitched.

Spencer Sullivan was one of four players to pick up RBIs on the night after he hit a double with Barry Eiseman already on base and was able to get across home plate on Sullivan's double.

Jarrett Burney got a home run with Crowson and Williams already on base in the fifth inning, giving Burney three RBIs in the first game of the doubleheader.

Jason Arriola got the final RBI in the game scoring Eiseman in for a run at the top of the seventh inning.

In the second game, local talent Brody Forno got the start on the mound and pitched a gem in the six innings he pitched. Forno would only allow two hits in the six innings and punched out six Prospects for strikes. He would earn the win and didn't allow a single run in.

Jarrett Burney swinging at an incoming pitch which out go skyward and out of the park for a home run.Jarrett Burney swinging at an incoming pitch which went skyward and out of the park for a home run.

The Dawgs would be back as listed as the home team in the second game and scored the first runs at the bottom of the second. With Tucker Zdunich and Burney already on base, Nash Crowell would blast one out of the park for a home run. 

Eiseman and Dawson Santana would also get RBIs in the inning scoring both Williams and Lou Anderson in for the runs.

Okotoks added two more runs in the third inning with an RBI from Sullivan scoring Burney in for a run, followed by a run by Sullivan thanks to Williams who also picked up an RBI.

The Prospects would break the shutout scoring two runs at the top of the ninth, but it was too little too late for Edmonton.

The Dawgs will host Edmonton again tomorrow for the third of five games in three nights against the Prospects. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 at Seaman Stadium.