Smoky Valley came up just short in game one Monday against Halstead.
Game two was over pretty much before the end of the first inning.

Smoky Valley came up just short in game one Monday against Halstead.
Game two was over pretty much before the end of the first inning.
The Vikings led 6-5 before the Dragons dumped in two runs in the fifth inning to take a 7-6 victory in game one.
Kirk Barnes led the way with three hits, while Christian Hansen, Tim Ruble, Blake Mitchell and Jordin Foth all had two.
Josh Allbright took the loss on the mound.
Halstead plated nine runs in the first inning of game two, then added seven in the second for the run-rule, 16-1 win.
Hansen and Mitchell each had a hit for the Vikings (1-13).
Ryan Weldy took the loss.
Smoky Valley is at home Friday against Kingman.

Moundridge drops pair to Inman
INMAN — Moundridge head coach Lynn Eichelberger admits his team got complacent in the sixth inning of game one Tuesday.
The Wildcats had gone up 13-5 on cross-county rival Inman going into the bottom of the frame.
That’s when disaster struck.
Treyton DeVore doubled to center off Wildcat pitcher Garrett Higgins that drove in two.
Jonathan Landeros drove a single to the exact same spot that scored both DeVore and Wyatt Regehr.
The hits kept coming for the Teutons, as Blake Drueker doubled, scoring two. DeVore completed the round with an RBI single and, when the dust settled, Inman was up 15-13 after scoring 10 runs.
“After our 10 run sixth inning,” Eichelberger said, “we got too relaxed and obviously let Inman back in the game and could not get an out. We did some good things, but give Inman credit, they did a nice job of hitting at the end of the game.”
Kyle Huxman took the loss, working only two-thirds of an inning. He gave up six runs, only one earned, off three hits. He walked three and struck out one.
Noah Tuscan was credited with the win after going two-thirds of an inning, himself. He gave up one hit, no runs and struck out two, while walking two. DeVore picked up a save after pitching the final inning, walking one and not giving up a hit.
Game two was all Teutons, as Inman rolled to a 15-0 win, scoring 10 runs in the first two innings.
Taylor Almquist had the hit of the night, as he blasted a home run to center field that scored three and put the Teutons up 8-0.
Almquist finished the game with five total RBIs to lead Inman.
DeVore went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, while Landeros and Spiece both had two.
Nick Leddy and Trenton Olson both had the only hits for Moundridge.
Tuscan was the winner, going four innings, giving up two hits, walking one and striking out one.
Kyle Stucky took the loss, working an inning and two-thirds. He gave up nine runs off three hits, walking seven and striking out three.
Leddy, Corey Barton and Trenton Olson also saw time on the mound for the Wildcats (5-11).

Little River blows past   Canton-Galva
GALVA — Little River jumped on Canton-Galva early in both games Tuesday at Galva, winning 13-2 and 19-6.
Connor Farnham took the loss for Canton-Galva in game one, as he went five innings and gave up seven hits and only one earned run. He struck out six and, most tellingly, walked 12.
The Eagles also had three errors in game one and nine in game two.
“You can't win giving up walks and errors,” Canton-Galva coach Kelly Nelson said.
Levi Baldwin got the win for the Redskins, as he gave up two runs on three hits. He struck out seven and walked five.
Laramie Peters had the hit of the night, as he belted a grand slam to left field on a 1-1 pitch from Farnham that put the Redskins (13-5) up over the run rule number.
Tevin Renken went 2-for-4 with three RBIs. J.J. Porter and Kyler Cox both had two RBIs for Little River.
Farnham had a hit and an RBI for Canton-Galva. Zach Wood and Tanner Klingensmith both also had singles for the Eagles.
Game two saw Canton-Galva leading 3-1 going into the top of the third inning, but the wheels came off the bus for the Eagles in the third.
Little River proceeded to score 11 unanswered runs over the next three innings, plus six more in the seventh, to win 19-6.
Grant Harvey went the distance for Little River, giving up six runs, two earned, on four hits. He walked five but struck out 11.
Nick Bray went six innings and took the loss for Canton-Galva. He gave up 19 runs, but only seven were earned, off 15 hits.
He struck out one and walked two.
Jacob Struber worked one inning, giving up two hits and striking one.
Cordell Moore went 3-for-6 with two doubles and three RBIs. He also scored three runs.
Kyler Cox went 4-for-6, also hitting a pair of doubles, with two RBIs and three runs scored.
Jeb Sauer had three RBIs, while Peters added two of his own.
Canton-Galva had hits from Farnham, Bray, Hunter Pearson and Ethan Loyd.
Bray, Jacob Struber and Reed Wiens had the Eagles’ RBIs.
Canton-Galva is at home Thursday against Sylvan Grove.
Little River is in action next Tuesday against Ellsworth.