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In Barrie, Brad Bissell pitched 7 1/3 solid innings to lead the Baycats past
the visiting Oshawa Dodgers 5-3 on Support Our Troops Night.
Barrie held on to third place in the IBL standings with the win, improving
to 23-12, while the Dodgers slipped into a tie for fifth place with the
Toronto Maple Leafs as the IBL regular season winds down.

Bissell allowed two runs on five hits with three strikeouts and four walks
to earn the win, and Kyle Payne got the last four outs for the save.
Payne allowed an unearned run on two hits with two strikeouts and one
walk.

The save for Payne was his 11th of the season, a new IBL record. The
Baycats presented CFB Borden with a cheque for $1,500 raised in
autographed jersey draws.

Glenn Jackson drove in a pair of runs, including the winning run with an
eighth inning sacrifice fly, and Ryan Asis had two hits and scored two
runs for Barrie. Randy Schwartz, Dave Latour, Todd Betts and Jeff
Skelhorne-Gross all added two hits for the Baycats.

Brandon Agnew was the loser, going 6 2/3 innings. He allowed three
runs – two earned – on 11 hits with three strikeouts and no walks. Kofi
Osei-Aning had a solo homer and Sean Cunningham added two hits for
Oshawa.