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Bucs make it two in a row to start season

POTOSI – It took four extra innings, but when the dust settled it was the Ste. Genevieve Bucs who were on top of a 9-6 win over the Potosi Elks and also on top of the Senior Babe Ruth standings at 2-0.

The Elks tied the game up in the bottom of the seventh inning, and neither team scored again until the top of the 11th inning. The Elks had the winning run on third in the ninth, but a diving catch in the outfield by Todd Jokerst ended the threat.

Sean Odneal led off the 11th with a single and was sacrificed to second. Dane Werner reached on an error, and Brad Schweigert singled Odneal home for the winning run. David Burle followed with a two-run, insurance double, his only hit in the game.

Neither starter finished the marathon. Kellen Basler went six innings for the Bucs and Andy Aubuchon went nine for the Elks. Andy Miller picked up the win by pitching the last five innings, and the Bucs got their win with Kevin Brown on the mound for the Elks.

Miller was 3-5 at the plate with a double and a home run. Odneal also had a home run to go 2-5. Aubuchon, Collin Gillam and Brown were all 3-5 for the Elks.

The Bucs will try to keep their undefeated season going when they will play at home against the Caledonia Wildcats. The Elks, 0-2, will be at home tonight against the Leadwood Pirates.

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Elks 000 040 200 00 – 6

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Red Sox 16, Giants 5

PARK HILLS – The Bonne Terre Red Sox threw four pitchers in their six-inning game with the Park Hills Giants. Each one was able to stifle the Giants’ batting for a 16-5 win. Sean Henderson started and threw two innings and struck out four batters for the win. Joey Coale, Colten Wigger and Jake Cavins all came in in relief.

Nick Howlett had big night at the plate with a home run and a single and four RBI. Cavins hit three singles, Jordan Thompson had a single and a double, and Cody Huff and Matt Robinson each had two singles. Henderson Jeff Wilfong and Matt Edgar all had one single each.

Jesse Forsythe, Kody Kimball and T.C. Jennings all had two hits for the Giants. Forsythe hit a triple, and Kimball hit a double.

The Red Sox are now 2-0 and will play at Potosi on Friday. The Giants, 0-2, will play next at home against the Park Hills Phillies on Friday.

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Giants 000 131 – 5 6

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Rockies 12, Pumas 2

FRANKCLAY – The Leadwood Rockies needed only five innings to dispose of the Potosi Pumas and win their first game 0of the season by a score of 12-2. Tyler Stacy pitched the entire game for the Rockies and allowed only three hits.

Torey Watson and Kyle Nettles hit triples for the Rockies, and R.J. Lawson and Joe Skelton each hit a triple for the Pumas. Brad Merseal, Stacy, Jake Gidden and Travis Brotherton had one each.

The Rockies, 1-0, will play at Arcadia Valley this evening, and the Pumas, 0-1, will be at home against the Park Hills Phillies.

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Rockies 402 24 – 12 6

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Redbirds 9, Yellow Jackets 1

FARMINGTON – The Farmington Redbirds not only defeated the undefeated Potosi Yellow Jackets, but they did it big time by a score of 9-1. The Redbirds, after a first-inning 1-1 tie, broke things wide open in the bottom of the second with six runs, keyed by a bases-clearing triple by Jordan Ankrom.

Connor Forsythe, Ankrom, Ian Semar and Blake Worley also had one single each for the Redbirds. Seth Kamper and Dylan Coleman hit singles for the Yellow Jackets.

Forsythe kept the Yellow Jackets’ bats silent for the most part as he allowed only two hits in four innings on the mound. Trent Wideman finished out the last inning with three K’s.

The Redbirds, 3-1, play next on Friday when they face the Farmington Mustangs. Potosi, 5-1, will not be in action again until Monday when they will host the Farmington Outlaws.

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Redbirds 160 2x – 9 5

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Titans 3, Stars 1

FRANKCLAY – Cody Cobb took care of all of the outs for the Leadwood Titans defensively. Cobb struck out 15 batters in the five inning game with the Bismarck Stars on Tuesday for a 3-1 win. Cobb allowed only one hit and two walks. Bismarck’s pitcher Jordan Martin struck out nine Titans.

John Lashley hit a home run for the Titans, and Clayton Brinkley was 2-2 with a single and a double. Steven Barlow had the big hit as the Stars committed a two-run error on the play. Shane Phillips hit a triple for the Stars.

The Titans (2-3) next game will be tonight at home against the Fredericktown Bandits. The Stars (also 2-3) will play at home tonight against the Bombers.

Dodgers def. Cougars

IRONTON – The Park Hills Dodgers improved their record to 5-2 with a win over the Arcadia Valley Cougars on Wednesday. Tanner Skagggs was the winning pitcher for the Dodgers, and Aaron Tyree and Preston Harlow led the team in hitting each with a double and a single. Clay Allgier hit a double, and Josh Russell and Garrett Adams both had one single for the Cougars.

The Dodgers will be at home against the Royals on Friday. The Cougars, 0-7, will play next on Friday at home against the Valley Steamers.

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