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Barrios Bashes Labette
05/08/2011
Jake Barrios greeted at home plate after three run homer.

Jake Barrios bulked up on Labette pitching Saturday.  The Saints' freshman shortstop from Weatherford, Oklahoma hit a pair of three run homers lifting the Saints to a 6-2 win over Labette in the opening game of the Seward Super Regional of the Region 6 Baseball Tournament.  Barrios has a team leading seven homers this season.  Logan Hall (9-2) went the distance for his seventh complete game of the season.  He is now tied for third in all time Seward wins with 16.  Danny Vais had 21 and David Dinsmoore had seven.  The 39-18 Saints host 26-28 Coffeyville at 1 p.m. Sunday on Brent Gould Field on Talkradio 1270 and kscbnews.net.  The Red Ravens ripped Hutchinson 8-2 and Hutch ousted Labette 9-1 in seven innings.  The Cardinals finish 18-29. 

2011 NJCAA Region VI Baseball Super Regional
Sat/Sun/Mon. May 7, 8, 9
East #1 Super Regional at Arkansas City, KS
Games May 7
Cowley (41-13) def (23-31) Cloud County 12-4 (8)
Garden City (36-20) def (32-21) Kansas City KS 10-2
Kansas City KS (32-22) def (23-32) Cloud County 5-4
Games May 8
G4 1PM Cowley (42-13) vs (37-20) Garden City-G5 4PM Kansas City KS (33-22) vs Cowley/Garden Loser
Games May 9
G6 1PM Winner G5 vs Winner G4 (Championship)
G7 4PM If Necessary)

Winner Advances to Wichita


2011 NJCAA Region VI Baseball Super Regional
Sat/Sun/Mon. May 7, 8, 9 -
West #1 Super Regional at Liberal, KS
Games May 7 -
Seward County (38-18) def (18-25) Labette6-2
Coffeyville (25-28) def (32-21) Hutchinson 8-2
Hutchinson (32-22) def (18-26) Labette 9-1 (7)
Games May 8
G4 1PM Seward County (39-18) vs (26-28) Coffeyville -KSCB
G5 4PM Hutchinson (33-22) vs Seward/Coffeyville Loser-
Games May
G6 1PM Winner G5 vs Winner G4 (Championship)
G7 4PM If Necessary)

Winner Advances to Wichita
Liberal
2011 NJCAA Region VI Baseball Super Regional
Sat/Sun/Mon. May 7, 8, 9 -
Chanute

East #2 Super Regional at Chanute, KS
Games May 7
Johnson County (31-24) def (37-19) Barton 8-7
Neosho County (43-12) vs (23-33) Pratt 8-6
Pratt (23-34) def (37-20) Barton 6-5
Games May 8
G4 12:30 Johnson County (32-24) vs (44-12) Neosho County-
G5 3:30 Pratt (24-24) vs Johnson/Neosho Loser
Games May 9
G6 12:30 Winner G5 vs Winner G4 (Championship)
G7 3:30 If Necessary)


Winner Advances to Wichita

2011 NJCAA Region VI Baseball Super Regional
Sat/Sun/Mon. May 7, 8, 9 -
-

Games May 7
Butler (30-25) def (40-16) Fort Scott 9-3
Colby (37-18) def (24-29) Highland 6-0
Fort Scott (40-17) def (24-30) Highland 13-7
Games May 8
G4 12:00 Butler (31-25) vs (38-18) Colby -
G5 3:00 Fort Scott (41-17) vs Butler/Colby Loser-
Games May 9
G6 12:00 Winner G5 vs Winner G4 (Championship)
G7 3:00 If Necessary)


Winner Advances to Wichita

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