The Southeast Legacy Twins wrapped up the regular season at a frantic pace, playing eight games in seven days and winning only one of them.
The Twins (6-26) finished the season in the cellar of the Saskatchewan Premier Baseball League.
The busy stretch of games included home-and-away doubleheaders against the Moose Jaw Devons on Saturday and Sunday, three games against the Regina Athletics including a doubleheader July 17 and a game Monday, and one game against the Regina Wolfpack on Wednesday.
The Twins lost 9-4 to the Athletics in a morning game in Regina.
The Athletics' victory was fuelled by four runs in the first inning and four more in the fourth.
The game was called after the sixth inning, as the Twins scored two runs in the frame but couldn't muster a serious comeback bid.
Carver Krafchuk and Jolan Lingelbach each had two hits and a run batted in for the Twins.
Nolan Axten took the loss, surrendering four runs on seven hits in two innings of work.
The Twins won the first game 7-6 in extra innings and lost the second 8-6. Both were played at Lynn Prime Park.
In the first game, the Twins fell behind 6-1 after four-and-a-half innings, mostly due to a four-run third inning by Moose Jaw.
But the home side rebounded, scoring three runs in the fifth inning and two more in the sixth to tie the game. The Twins poked one more run across the plate in the eighth to secure the win.
Garrett Fitzpatrick was the team's top batter, going 2-for-3 with two RBI and two walks. The Twins drew 11 walks in the game.
Twins starter Justin Chuckry allowed five runs, four earned, on 10 hits in four innings of work. Reliever Nate Koszman shut the door after that, allowing one run on one hit in four innings.
In the second game, the Twins trailed 4-1 after four innings but exploded for five runs in the fifth to grab the lead. It was all for naught, though, as the Devons scored four of their own in the sixth inning.
Lingelbach led the Twins at the dish, hitting 1-for-3 with two RBI and a walk. Fitzpatrick was tagged with the loss, allowing four runs (three earned) on six hits in three and a third innings of work.
In Moose Jaw, the Devons won 14-13 and 7-3.
The first game was a slugfest that also required extra innings, with Moose Jaw knocking in the winning run in the ninth.
The Twins led 13-10 heading to the bottom of the seventh, but Moose Jaw scored three runs to extend the game.
Twins lead-off man Tanner Odgers batted 5-for-6 with three runs scored. Lingelbach was 2-for-4 with five RBI, four runs and two walks, including a home run. John Gaab was 2-for-4 with three RBI.
Mackenzie Lamontagne took the loss in relief, allowing four runs on four hits in two and a third innings.
In the second game, the Devons scored three runs in the first inning and tacked them on one at a time after that, scoring in four straight innings to finish the game.
Axten hit 1-for-2 with two RBI and two walks for the Twins.
James Giroux pitched a complete game for the visitors, allowing seven runs (six earned) on 10 hits.
The Wolfpack took the lead early en route to a 7-3 victory over the Twins at Lynn Prime Park.
Regina scored two runs in the first and three more in the third to take command of the game.
The Twins would manage single runs in the fourth, sixth and seventh innings.
Five different players had two hits apiece for the Wolfpack.
The third-place Athletics dominated the first game 10-0 and won the second 5-1 at Lynn Prime.