PARK HILLS — The Park Hills Gators won a very close battle of runs over the Desloge Browns in Bantam League action. Brennan White drove in the winning run with his third single of the game for a 10-9 Gators’ win. White also pitched the last three innings to pick up the win.
Jason Asher was 2-3 with a double, Nick Haney hit a triple, and Dylan White and Ethan McFadden each had a single for the Gators. Andrew Burns and Dylan Burns had two hits each for the Browns and Noah Rodenberg had one hit.
Bombers 7, Vipers 0
BONNE TERRE — The Bonne Terre Bombers received a great job on the mound by pitcher Brett Hubbard for a 7-0 shut-out over the Bonne Terre Vipers. Hubbard struck out 10 batters and gave up only one hit to Garrett Smith. Scott Miller struck out five batters for the Vipers.
Along with Nathan Davenport and Dawson Harper, Hubbard also hit two singles for the Bombers. Tommy Struckman hit three singles, McKenzy Bryan hit a triple and Frank Hulsey hit a home run. Keaton Young and Nick Avila both had singles for the Bombers.
Raiders 19, Wolves 8
DESLOGE — The Desloge Raiders used the powerball game to win 19-8 over the Park Hills Wolves. Keenan Johnson and Ty Coulter both hit a grand slam and Adam McGraw also had a home run for the Raiders. Matt Richardson and Braden Reynolds both hit a home run for the Wolves.
Johnson and Coulter also had a pair of singles to go with their home runs. Jayden Waible also had two singles, and Briley Smith and Kolten Poorman hit one double each. Trae Robinson hit a single for the Raiders, and Ethan Branch hit one for the Wolves.
Outlaws 10, Yellowjackets 0
POTOSI — The Farmington Outlaws maintained their dominance in the National Division as they downed the Potosi Yellowjackets by score of 10-0. Brayden Krause pitched the shut-out, striking out 11 batters and allowing only two hits.
Tanner Grimes hit a home run for the 9-1 Outlaws, and Brayden Moon, Logan Winder, Brandon Winder and Krause all had one single each. Jared Deal and Tristen Brown both hit one single for the Yellowjackets
Redbirds 21, Rattlers 0
FARMINGTON — The Farmington Redbirds took the bite out of the Farmington Rattlers on Wednesday with a 21-4 win. The win pulled the Redbirds up to even record at 5-5.
Nick Bertam pitched a two-hitter for the Redbirds, giving up a double to Ryan Schwartzkopf and a single to Devin Savage.
Walker Johns, Connor Yordy, Ross Felker, and Bertram all had two singles each, Alex Palmer hit a double and Hayden Sprenkel, Parker Hastings, Grant Waddell and Chase Carlyon all hit singles.
Mustangs 21, Sharks 0
FRANKCLAY — The Farmington Mustangs retained their position atop the standings in the American Division with a 21-0 wash-out of the Leadwood Sharks. Andres Castro kept the Sharks quiet with only Parker Forshee disruptng the no-hit attempt with a single for the Sharks. Castro struck out five in two innings pitched.
The Mustangs blew it wide open with 13 runs in the second inning. Gunner LaBrot had the big hit for the Mustangs with a grand slam. Collin Huitt and Castro both had a single and a double, and Matt Eaton and Jacob Bone had two singles each. Nick Westridge, Justin Lawson Jake Jackson, and Ryan Parson had one single each.
CAL RIPKEN LEAGUE
Royals 10, Bulls 5
PARK HILLS – The Park Hills Royals picked up their first win of the season with a 10-5 triumph over the Bismarck Bulls on Wednesday. Jake Marshall pitched the win striking out six Bulls and hitting a triple as well. David Marler and Chris Welles also had hits for the winning team.
The Bulls had five singles in the game with one each for Austin Hochstatter, Cody Miles, Tyler Halter, Eli Graham and J.D. Roark.
Raiders 13, Eagles 9
BONNE TERRE — The Bonne Terre Raiders had five hitters having two hits each in their 13-9 win over the Leadwood Eagles. Trent Cassidy, Jacob Harris, Daylon Harper, and Austin Weible had two singles each and Wyatt Compton hit two triples.
Levi Spray was the winning pitcher, giving up five hits to Clayton Brinkley with two, Devin Culkin with two and Kyle Coleman with one.
Twins 16, Steamers 6
BISMARCK — The Bismarck Twins pulled to an even 6-6 on the season by defeating the Valley Steamers by a score of 16-6. Shane Horn struck out eight batters for the win and hit three singles to help out the offense.
Klayton Loughary was just short of the cycle with a single, double and triple for the Twins, and Logan Blunt hit a triple and two singles. Isaac Ely hit a triple, Jordan Copeland hit two singles, and Cheyenne Hoagland, Devon Moore and Ryan Steel hit one single each.
Micah Casteel and Matt Maxwell had two singles each for the Steamers, Jimmy Wycott hit a double and Dylan Isgrig had one single.
Braves 13, Lions 3
DESLOGE — Jayden Odle came in to pitch in relief to put a stop to the Park Hills Lions early rally, and the Desloge Braves went on to a 13-3 win. D.J. Hill had the Lions only hit, a single.
Caleb Warden finished out the last inning on the mound and also hit a double and a single at the plate. Anthony Baumer had two singles and Austin Johnson, Brandon Hale, Dyllan Parmley and Blane Archer had one single each.
Yankees 21, Padres 6
FARMINGTON — The Desloge Yankees kept their undefeated status intact as they jumped all over the Farmington Padres to a tune of 21-6. Seth Tiefenauer struck out six batters to pick up the win. Derek Mitchell hit a home run and a triple for four RBI. Levi Moss was 4-4 with a home run and Eric Thmpson hit a double to also go 4-4.
Brad Bess and Jonathan Stabenow had two singles each, Dylan Emily hit a double, and Jace Burt, Garrett Coffman and Tiefenauer had one hit apiece. Tom Burcham Jacob Brantley, Keagan Allen had one single each for the Padres.
13-15 YEAR OLDS
Pumas 8, Tigers 0
BISMARCK — The Bismarck Tigers had their troubles defensively and Chad Smith and the Potosi Pumas jumped all over the opportunity for an 8-0 win. Smith struck out eight batters for the Pumas.
Landon Young was the only multiple hitter in the game with a single and a double for the Steamers. Smith, Dylan Eye and Matt McCoy all had one single. Cody Goodson and Eric Gundmann hit doubles for the Twins and Chad Alcorn and Levi Barton hit one single each. Barton was the losing pitcher.