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BJ's Take Collegians to School
06/26/2012

After losing a series for the first time this season, the Liberal Bee Jays returned home Monday night and defeated the Colorado Collegiate Baseball League's  Pueblo Collegians 13-0 in seven innings.  Liberal scored 10 in the sixth to blow open a 3-0 game.

Liberal scored one in the first, one in the second, and one in the fourth before the 10 run sixth.  Pueblo committed two errors and walked four in that sixth inning.  Liberal only outhit Pueblo 7-6. 

Frank Phillips lefty Brad Wieck pitched six strong innings striking out 11 and walking one.  He allowed only four hits.  Wichita State's Kyle Vail pitched a scoreless 7th. 

Cisco's Eric Tate led Liberal's seven hit attack with a 3-4 night with a double and two RBI's.  Seward's Sam Pack was 1-4 with three RBI's and Seward's Tanner Rainey was 1-3 with a double and an RBI. 

Liberal is 14-6 and hosts Pueblo again Tuesday night at 7 p.m.  Brown's Furniture is the buyout sponsor. 

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