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Broncos Batter Bee Jays in Game One

Brock Kappelmann - July 26, 2016 7:25 am

Fifth best.  That’s where the Liberal Bee Jay are overall in the Jayhawk League.  Hays and Haysville are already qualified for the NBC World Series while Dodge City and El Dorado have enjoyed better seasons than the boys in blue who are also having a betters season than Bethany, Derby, and Wellington.  That became more clear after the El Dorado Broncos beat Liberal 15-6 Monday night at Brent Gould Field in a game which lasted more than three and a half hours and included 19 walks.  The Broncos out-hit the Bee Jays 19-6.

The Broncos scored one in the second and third and two in the fourth against starter Andrew Schwulst who lasted four innings.  The Broncos scored five in the fifth and four in the sixth.  The Bee Jays scored three in the seventh as Brady Cox and Blake Jenkins singled home runs and three in the eighth as Cale O’Donnell and Blake Brewster drove home runs with ground outs and Cody Bogart walked with the bases loaded.

Liberal falls to 11-8 in the second half standings while El Dorado is tied for first at 12-6 with Hays while Dodge City is 12-7.  The same two teams meet Tuesday night at 7 at Brent Gould Field with the Dugout Show at 6:45 on 1270 and kscbnews.net.  KSCB and Windtree Managements are the buyouts.

 

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