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Liberal Out Whacks Wellington

KSCB News - June 11, 2015 6:46 am

The Bee Jays built leads of 8-0 and 9-1 on the way to a 14-9 win at Wellington Wednesday night. It’s the Heats first loss of the summer.

Liberal scored one in the first when Madison Foster singled home an unearned run. The BJ’s broke it open with five in the second. Brady Cox doubled to lead off the inning and Nick Chapman doubled him home. chapman would score while the Heat tried to pick Bryson Allen off base. Luke Sherley and Jayen Hubbard whacked back to back RBI doubles and Foster singled in another run to make it 6-0. The BJ’s scored two more in the third when Cox walked with the bases loaded and Sherley drove home a run. Former Saint Troy Owen homered to right center to make it 8-1 in the bottom of the third. Liberal scored an unearned run thanks to a pair of Heat errors in the fourth to lead 9-1. Wellington chased BJ starter Alejandro Carmona with five in fourth to make it 9-6. Liberal gave themselves some breathing room with four in the sixth. Nick Brooks led off with a double and after two walks, Chapman singled home two. Bryson Allen and Sherley added RBI singles. Foster singled and stole a base to lead off the seventh and Seth Stevens lifted a sacrifice fly to right to make it 14-6.

Grant Glaze pitched four strong innings of relief for the win allowing just one run. Sherley drove home four runs and Foster was 3-6 with two RBI’s. Chapman was 2-3 with two RBI’s. Liberal played much better defensively rolling three double plays. The Heat had four errors. Three former BJ’s pitched for the Heat as TJ Loiney, Cale Russell, and Dalton Bernardi pitched. Liberal is 7-3 and 3-2 in the Jayhawk while the Heat are 10-1 and 5-1. The two teams meet Thursday night at 7 in Wellington with the Dugout Show at 6:45 on 1270 and kscbnews.net.

 

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