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Bantam and Cal Ripken Leagues finish first week of play

FARMINGTON — Brayden Krause led the Farmington Outlaws to a big win over the Leadwood Sharks in a Bantam League game on Friday, 17-0.

Krause hurled 3 innings of no-hit baseball while striking out seven and walking only two. He also finished a triple away from the cycle as he hit a home run, a double and a single.

Logan Winder and Garret Thomure both finished with a double each, and Brayden Moon and Reagen Ragsdale both added singles.

The Outlaws will meet up with Farmington Mustangs on Monday.


Longhorns 16, Royals 1

FARMINGTON — Nathan Komar pitched a solid three innings of one-hit baseball to set up a 16-1 victory for the Farmington Longhorns over the Park Hills Royals.

Brett Chapman and Daniel Marler had the Royals’ only hits on the evening, and Marler was also the only Royal to score.

Donte Castro and Travis Dodson had good evenings at the plate as Castro finished with three singles and two RBIs and Dodson finished with two singles and two RBIs. Komar helped himself out with a double and two RBIs, Jared Dunlap also finished with a double and two RBIs and Grant Hopkins hit a triple and batted in three runs.

The Longhorns will continue their season on Monday at Bismarck against the Bulls.

Yankees 13, Bulldogs 3

DESLOGE — The Desloge Yankees let their bats do the damage on Friday evening as they toppled the West County Bulldogs 13-3.

Derek Mitchell led the way with a 3-3 night that included a three-run home run for the Yankees. Levi Moss went 2-2 with a double, Travis Rion went 2-3, Eric Thompson finished with a double and Brad Bess and Dylan Emily both finished with a single.

The Bulldogs were only able to strike for four singles as Cody Davis, Jesse Waters, Jake Coleman and Garrison Masters all finished with one each.

Garrett Coffman received the win for his four innings of work in which he allowed two runs on four hits and struck out six while walking and hitting two.

The Yankees will travel to Bonne Terre on Tuesday to face the Bonne Terre Blues.

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