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Saints Beat Colby 19-7, Advance to Wichita
05/10/2010

The wind gusted over 60 miles per hour Monday afternoon in Liberal.

Seward County controlled the wind and swung for the fences beating Colby 19-7 to advance this weekend to the Region Six Championship in Wichita. SCCC wins all three in the sub-regional to improve their record to 31-28. They'll meet the winner of the Cowley-Garden City game which will be played tommorrow. That game plus two other sub-regionals were postponed until tommorrow because of the weather. Seward trailed 6-5 after five innings before scoring 14 runs in the sixth. Seward brought 19 men to the plate during that innings which saw SCCC score the 14 runs on 11 hits and three Colby errors. Todd Glime drove home six runs in the inning and seven in the game. He hit a grand slam during the inning which was hit 11th of the season. Quay Grant was 4-4 with two RBI's. Jose Gonzalez (4-4) pitched four and one third innings allowing six runs for the win. The wind was blowing out with gusts over 60 miles per hour. The Saints play Cowley or Garden City Saturday at 4 p.m. in Wichita on Talkradio 1270 and kscbnews.net. Cowley hosts Garden City Tuesday. The Broncbusters would have to win twice to advance to Wichita.

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