It was a battle of the bottom to end the season for the Swift Current U18 AAA 57s as they took to the field against the Southeast Twins on Sunday.

Ending their seasons with nearly identical records; 10-22-0 for the 57s versus 11-21-0 for the Twins, the two teams capped off disappointing seasons sitting 10th and 11th in the SPBL with only the Northwest Prairie Pirates boasting a worse record.

The game would start tight with a scoreless first inning.

Swift would get the balls rolling in the top of the second. Evan Kobley would single on a hard ground ball to center field. Wyatt Harkes would follow.

Cash Arntsen and Kelsey Rokochy would drive them both home in short order to put the 57s up by two in the second.

The lead, however, would be brief, as the Twins would add three of their own in the bottom of the inning. A wild pitch would bring Brody Dorrance home while Bryson Andres would drive home on a hard ground ball to left field by Dylan Frey and Mason Fichter would send a sac fly to right field bringing in Cooper Walbaum.

The third and fourth innings would continue the back and forth, with the 57s taking advantage of some shaky pitching from Kieran Stewart, who would walk 3 and allow 3 hits, allowing Swift to bring 4 across the plate.

Once again, however, the Twins would answer back with three of their own. This time in the fourth inning, tying the game at 6 apiece.

That would be it for Stewart's night on the mound for the Twins, as he would be relieved by Bryson Andres in the fifth, who would hold the 57s to 2 hits in the final three innings of play.

The tie would ultimately hold until the bottom of the sixth when the Twins would break the game open with a trio of back-to-back-to-back doubles, driving in Dorrance, Andres and Cooley.

Andres would shut the 57s down in their final crack in the top of the 7th, sending 3 up and 3 down to give the Twins the hard-fought win to end the season.