The Goddard–Eisenhower and Valley Center offenses came alive in the double header with the Tigers winning both games; The Tigers had to rally in second game, being down 10 going into the bottom of the 5th, but were able to put 6 on the board in the 5th, got one in the 6th and 7th, and scored the tying and go ahead run in the 8th after allowing the Hornets to go ahead in the top of the 8th. Richardson and Hersh got the wins for Goddard-Eisenhower.
Maize beat Derby 13-4, thanks to a 7 run 5th inning, and kept the momentum rolling in the next game going up 9-3 after 3 and winning 14-4. Lucas Schauer and Blake Pontius got the wins for Maize.
Goddard decided that five innings was enough in the first game, as the Lions went into the 5th all tied at 5 and proceeded to put 11 on the board to win 16-5, Goddard kept the pressure up putting 12 on the board in the first 3 innings of the second game and cruised to a 13-2 win. Dougherty and David earned the wins for Goddard.
Salina Central and Newton split games with Salina Central winning the first 12-5, and Newton pulling out the second 6-5.
Andover Central split games with Andover in the battle for Andover, winning the first 10-0, but Andover pulled out the second game in a 3-2 win.
Goddard beat up on Ark City with a combined of 27-4 over the two games, 14-4 and 13-0. Turner and Nevil got the wins for Goddard; Nevil and the Lions defense held Ark City to just one hit in the second game. The Bulldogs were error prone in the games commiting 11 combined and 7 in the second game.
McPherson trounced Goddard-Eisenhower in the first game 17-9, scoring 9 runs in the first inning. The second game was closer, Eisenhower put up 5 runs, but the Bullpups prevailed 9-5. Steven Gonzalez and Aaron Marshall picked up the wins.
Derby and Newton split games with Derby winning the first game 10-3. Newton got some offense going in the second inning, getting 5 runs and held Derby to 1 run off of 8 hits to win 5-1.
Andover took a pair of games from Valley Center winning 8-2 and 15-5. Andover put 11 on the board in the 5th inning of the second gam.
Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail-Division III-IV
Andale/Garden Plain took a pair of games from Circle winning 6-4 and 5-3; Walsh and Jones picked up the wins, Kihle earned a pair of saves for Andale, White for Circle hit a pair of doubles in the first game.
Mulvane and Augusta played some extra baseball in the first game of a double header, with Mulvane getting two in the top of the 9th. Augusta tried to rally getting one run in the bottom of the 9th but Mulvane snuffed it out and won the first game 3-2. In the second game Mulvane ended it early putting 5 on the board in the second inning, and cruised to a 7-2 victory.
El Dorado fought gallantly against Rose Hill in the first game, getting up 3-0 though the middle of the 5th, but Rose Hill broke the game open in the bottom of the 5th and 6th putting 5 up in each inning and winning the first game 10-4. In the second, again El Dorado was in it through 5 until Rose Hill found some offense and scored 8 in the bottom of the 5th and won 12-4.
Clearwater beat up on Wichita Collegiate outscoring them 29-8 in a pair of games, 15-5 and 14-3. Hoover and Reibenspies picked up the wins for Clearwater; Collegiate’s Gibson and Clearwater’s Reibenspies each homered in the first game and Collegiate’s Encapera went yard in the second.
Buhler and Winfield split a pair of high scoring games with Buhler winning the first 20-16 and Winfield winning the second 14-5.
Augusta beat Winfield in a pair of games; winning the first thanks to a 3 run 6th inning and held on to win 3-1, and got 3 in the 3rd and 5th to win 7-0 in the second game.
Wellington beat Collegiate in a pair of games, but Collegiate kept it close in the first game going up 1 in the top of the 7th, but Wellington rallied in the bottom putting 2 on the board to win the first game 11-10. In the second, both teams managed 4 hits but Wellington made the most of them getting 5 runs to win 5-1.
Greater Wichita Athletic League
Heights beat up on North winning the double header. In the first, it was a close game until Heights broke it open scoring 7 in the bottom of the 5, and Heights coasted to a 10-0 victory. In the second, the Falcons offense came alive putting up a pair of 5 spots in the bottoms of the 3rd and 4th innings, to win 14-1.
Bishop Carroll took down Kapaun, in a Holy War matchup, putting 6 on the board in the 1st and 2 more in the 2nd and cruised to a 11-3 victory. Holman picked up the win and Carroll’s Palmer hit a homerun.
Northwest shutdown West winning the first game 15-0 and repeating the effort in the second to win again 15-0. West committed 4 errors in each loss, McIntyre and Holmberg picked up the wins.
Southeast and South split games; with Southeast rallying in the top of the 9th, but South stopped it just in time to hold on to a 4-3 victory. In the second, South attempted to end it early putting up 5 in the bottom of the 3rd, but Southeast got 6 in the 4th and managed a 9-6 victory.
Heights kept their momentum rolling beating up on West with a combined 27-3 score. Heights started strong in the first putting 6 on the board to start the game and won 13-1; and in the second started out slower, but got 9 in the 4th to win 14-2, Heights’ Blake Day tripled in the second game.
Northwest kept rolling along putting up 15 in the first three innings, of the first game against Southeast, and won 15-3. In the second, Northwest kept pouring it on, scoring at least one run in every inning and won 10-0.
Kapaun rolled South in the first game winning 9-1, thanks to a 5 run 6th innings; and in the second game South out-hit the Crusaders, but Kapaun made the most of their hits winning 8-4. Schmitz and Lienhard earned the wins for Kapaun.
The Crusaders hoped to keep momentum on their side rolling into a pair of games against Northwest, Kapaun managed to stop a rally from the Grizzlies, who got 3 in the top of the 7th, picking up a 6-5 win in the first game. Northwest pulled out a win in the second game, getting a go-ahead run in the 6th and held on to earn a 3-2 win.
Central Plains League
Wichita Trinty roughed up Belle Plaine getting 6 insurance runs in the top of the 6th and won the first game 13-2. Trinity put the second game out of reach in the 4th inning with 7 runs and won 14-3. Newlin and Burk earned wins for Trinity
Douglass started to rally in the later innings of the first game against Bluestem, getting within 2 but fell short losing 4-2. The Bulldogs started strong in the second game, but Bluesteam put up 13 in the 2nd and 3rd innings and won 13-2.
Independent rolled Chaparral in a pair of games winning 14-6 in the first game, and 14-1 in the second. The Panthers combined for 32 hits in the games, Loveland and Riedmiller earned the wins.
Chaparral rebounded against Belle Plaine pulling out a go ahead run in the 8th to win 7-6. In the second game, both team’s offenses came alive combining for 38 runs and 29 hits; the Roadrunners got the win after putting up 6 in the 7th and won 24-14. Duene and Hightree picked up wins; Belle Plaine’s Scott and Busick and Chaparral’s Copenhaven and Wilcox tripled in the second game.
Central Kansas League
Havens and Lyons split games with Lyons winning the first 6-2, and Haven holding on, after scoring 7 in the first two innings, for a 9-7 win.
Pratt edged out Halstead 7-6 in the first game of a double-header, and won 11-4 in the second.
Halstead rebounded against Smoky Valley; winning a pair of games 4-3 and 2-0.
Western Athletic Conference
Hays shutout Garden City in game one, 12-0 giving up just 3 hits; and Garden City managed to put a run on the board in top of the 7th to prevent getting shutout in the second, but fell 9-1.
Dodge City beat Great Bend 8-1 in the first game, but Great Bend rallied in the second to pull out a 3-2 win.