Teutons rout Pratt-Skyline
INMAN – The Inman baseball team got in the win column for the first time this spring when they routed Pratt-Skyline at home on Tuesday in a doubleheader, taking both games with the identical scores of 15-0. With the wins the Teutons even their season mark at 2-2 as they prep to host Marion on Friday.
While both games only went two-and-a-half innings, the Teutons scored 30 runs and knocked out 18 hits in just four total innings of offense.
Carson Munoz had a huge day in going 4-for-4 with six runs batted in and two doubles. Connor Brown went 3-for-3 with three runs batted in during game one, while Landon Snyder was 2-for-2 with a double and two runs batted in in the nightcap. Overall the Teutons recorded 16 stolen bases and had five doubles on the day.
Snyder earned the win on the mound in game one while Kyler Konrade took the victory in the second game.
Redskins split with Marion
MARION – The Little River baseball team split a doubleheader on Tuesday at Marion, winning game one 14-8 before dropping the nightcap 14-9. The split leaves Little River at 3-1 for the season.
In game one, Graham Stephens hit for the cycle in going 4-for-4 with a single, double, triple and home run, while scoring four runs, knocking in four runs and stealing two bases to lead a Redskin offense that had 12 total hits and nine stolen bases.
Jayden Garrison got the win on the mound while Stephens earned the save as the two combined to hold Marion to five hits and two earned runs while striking out 11.
Stephens finished out the day by going 2-for-3 in game two despite the Little River loss. Cadence Birdsong, Keaton Richardson and Kody Hawkinson manned the mound in the nightcap with Birdsong taking the loss.
The Redskins travel to Canton-Galva on Friday.
Moundridge sweeps Bennington
BENNINGTON – On the road, the Moundridge baseball team dominated Bennington in both ends of a doubleheader on Tuesday as the Wildcats scored a 4-2 first game victory before tacking on a 16-10 win in game two.
Jon Schlosser was the big gun on offense for the Wildcats as he went 5-for-7 on the day, with three runs batted in, one run scored and three doubles. Cody Hazelton rocked out a home run in game two, while Michael Santoya and Wyatt Falco each had doubles on the day.
Colin Kohl was the winner in game one while striking out five, while Cross Lintecum earned the victory on the mound for Moundridge in the nightcap.
Moundridge will host Ell-Saline on Friday in their season home opener.
Lady Wildcats bury Bennington
BENNINGTON – It was total domination for the Moundridge softball team in their season opening doubleheader at Bennington on Tuesday as they buried the home team 17-0 and 20-0 in the two games.
The Lady Wildcats combined for 22 hits in the two games while running wild on the bases with a combined 17 steals for the day.
Mackenzie Elmore was the offensive leader as she knocked out six hits on the day including two doubles, a triple, and five runs batted in while scoring five runs. Elmore also threw a shutout to go in five strikeouts in gaining the win in game two, while Zizi Sebrant threw a shutout in game one, also with five strikeouts.
Next up for the Lady Wildcats will be their season home opener on Friday when they play host to Ell-Saline.
Eagles drop two at Sedgwick
SEDGWICK – The Canton-Galva baseball team dropped to 2-2 for the season as their offense went dry on Tuesday at Sedgwick while losing both ends of a doubleheader 19-0 and 14-0.
On the day the Eagle bats could only manage four hits, all in the second game.
Keaton Littrell took the loss in game one while Brayden Collins recorded the loss in the nightcap. Also getting time on the mound were Chase French, Landon Everett, Nick Pearson and Brandon Huff.
The Eagles will hope the bats wake up on Friday when they play host to Little River.
Lady Eagles split with Sedgwick
SEDGWICK – It was a tale of two games for the Canton-Galva softball team as they split a doubleheader on the road Tuesday at Sedgwick, losing game one 8-3 before bouncing back for a 7-5 victory in the nightcap. The victory was the first for the 2019 season as the Lady Eagles are now 1-3 as they wait to return to the diamond on Tuesday, April 9 when they travel to Marion.
Ashton Brewer led the Lady Eagles offense with four hits overall for the day, while Lexi Burch led the victory in game two with two runs batted in when she blasted out a triple.
Carissa Klatt took the loss in game one while Michaela Jowers earned the victory in game two.
Smoky Valley struggled at Hoisington
HOISINGTON – The Smoky Valley softball team lost their first two games of the 2019 season when they dropped both ends of a doubleheader on Tuesday on the road at Hoisington, losing 10-0 in game one and 9-4 in the nightcap. The Lady Vikings are now 2-2 for the season as they prep to host Southeast of Saline on Thursday.
Defense was the sore spot for the Lady Vikings as they committed 10 errors on the day, including seven in game one.
Claire Broxterman hit for a double in each game to lead the Smoky Valley offense, while Addison Haiden had two hits in game two and Emmie Ryals knocked out a double also in the nightcap.
Lauren Barnes took the loss in game one, while Liv Morgan got credit for the loss in the second game.
Smoky Valley boys fall to Hoisington
HOISINGTON – The Smoky Valley baseball team remains winless after suffering two more losses to Hoisington High School, losing 6-1 in game one and 11-1 in game two. The Vikings now drop to 0-4 of the season.
The Vikings only scored one run for each game. It didn't take until the sixth inning to put up one run for the Vikings. While in game two, the Vikings scored a run in the second inning. Both Karter Adams and Ty Miller each suffered loss on the mound.
Smoky Valley will host Southeast of Saline High School on Thursday.
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