Greater Wichita Athletic League
South beat East 8-6 and 14-4 in a pair of games.
North’s bats came alive against West winning 17-4 and 18-2.
Heights dominated Southeast allowing only 3 hits and 1 run in 2 games winning 17-1 and 19-0. Mertes and Usher homered in the first game, Mertes went yard again in the second; Southeast commited a total of 8 errors in the games.
Kapaun rallied in the 6th but fell short losing to Northwest 7-5, in the second game Northwest made sure Kapaun couldn’t attempt a rally scoring in all 6 innings winning 11-2; E. Henning and M. Henning picked up the wins.
Bishop Carroll rolled East shutting out the Blue Aces in the first game 12-0 and allowing one run in the 2nd to win 14-1. Carroll allowed just the one run off of 5 combined hits, and got 28 hits; Haffner and Smith earned the wins.
Kapaun rebounded against South, with the Crusaders bats coming alive, scoring in all innings of the first game winning 14-3, South was able to shutout KMC in the 3rd of the second game, but the Crusaders scored in the other innings winning 14-4. Adrienne Esposito and Lily Channel homered for Kapaun in the first and second games, and K. Broehl homered for South.
Northwest’s magic numbers were 1 5 and 0 winning both games against Southeast 15-0. Northwest had some efficient batting in the two games getting 8 and then 9 hits, and turning those into a combined 30 runs. E. Henning and M. Henning picked up the wins, Southeast committed 5 errors in the second game.
Carroll need just 3 innings to finish off South winning 15-0, Haffner pitched a shutout and got the win in the first game. Carroll kept it going in the second scoring 6 in the first, but then the offense slowed down but they put 7 up in the 6th to win 13-0, Smith earned the win and the shutout.
Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail-Division I-II
Goddard beat Arkansas City 13-8 and 8-5 in a pair of games.
McPherson and Goddard-Eisenhower split games, with McPherson scoring the winning run in the top of the 7th and holding on for the win; In the second game, Goddard-Eisenhower used a 6 run 3rd inning to take the lead and never look back winning 15-8. A. Steiner and Valentine earned the wins.
Maize dominated Campus allowing only 2 runs combined, winning 11-2 and 10-0. Maize allowed just 2 hits in the first game, gave up a run in the 5th and 6th innings enabling Grimes to get the win; Stewart and James homered. In the second Maize took an early 4-0 lead in the 1st and kept cruising to a 10-0 win; Spencer got the win and James went yard again.
Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail-Division III-IV
Buhler took down Winfield in a close game 8-7 and held on to a larger lead to win 8-5.
Wellington used a pair of 6 run innings to down Collegiate in the first game, with Hefley earning the win holding the Spartans to 2 runs. Collegiate didn’t fare much better in the second game, being able to muster only 1 run, and giving up 5 in the 6th to fall 11-1.
Andale/Garden Plain beat Maize South 4-1 and doubled them up 6-3 in the second game.
Buhler trounced El Dorado in a pair of games outscoring the Wildcats 30-4, winning 11-2 and 19-2.
Rose Hill and Mulvane split a pair of games with Rose Hill pulling out a 3-2 victory in the first game. Mulvane responded in the second winning 5-1.
Central Kansas League
Medicine Lodge rallied in the 9th, scoring 3 to down Kingman 10-9; Medicine Lodge’s Stimpert and Kingman’s Bohrer and Rinke all homered, with Rinke hitting it out twice in the first game. Medicine Lodge kept the momentum going from the first game scoring 7 in the first two frames and won 16-5.
Haven rolled Lyons in both games winning 15-0 and 16-5.
Pratt beat Halstead 5-0 and repeated the performance in the second game, winning 5-0.
Smokey Valley and Sterling split games, with Smokey winning the first decisively 8-2; but Sterling rallied in the second to pull out the win 7-4.
Western Athletic Conference
Garden City rolled Dodge City 12-2 and 11-0, Thornton and Ford earned the wins.
Hays beat down Liberal 13-0 and 15-0; Hays earned 28 runs off of 25 hits combined, Liberal committed 11 errors in the two games with 7 coming in the second.
Central Plains League
Chaparral and Belle Plaine split, with Belle Plaine scoring 2 in the 8th to win 7-6 Wilkerson got the win. Chaparral hung on to a 4-2 lead going into the 7th, scoring an insurance run and ending a 2 run Belle Plain rally to win 5-4, Elliot picked up the win.
Cheney rallied in the 6th, putting 3 on the board to take down Medicine Lodge 3-2; Jacobs earned the win. Medicine Lodge roared back in the second, shutting down the Cheney offense and winning 10-0; Myers got the win and went yard in the second game.