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A Mother's Day Mismatch
05/09/2011

This Seward team has been on both ends of the stick this year.  The Saints have been no hit twice in a 16-1 loss at home to Lamar and a 12-0 loss at Barton.  But the Saints also beat Dodge City 25-2 and Garden City 19-4 on the road.  And then there was Mother's Day.  The Saints clobbered Coffeyville 23-0 in five innings at Brent Gould Field.  Paul Pulley (6-3) took care of the pitching going the distance allowing just two hits.  Seward scored three in the second, nine in the third, eight in the fourth, and three in the fifth.  The only Saint without multiple hits was Jake Barrios who walked three times and was 1-2.  The Saints were tough with two outs scoring ten of their first 12 runs with two outs.  Jon Mestas was 4-5 with a three run homer and five RBI's.  Britain Ibbotson, Eddie Williams (3 RBI's), Tyler Hill (2 RBI's), Willie Gustin (3 RBI's), and Tanner Rainey (2 RBI's) has three hits a piece.  The Saints are 40-18 making them the school's ninth 40 game winner and first since 2008.  The Saints play Coffeyville Monday at 1 p.m. with an if necessary game to follow if the Red Ravens win game one.  The Ravens rallied by Hutchinson 10-8 in game two Sunday.  Monday's game or games will air on Talkradio 1270, kscbnews.net, and Windjammer Cable channel 9. 

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
Cowley (42-13) def (37-20) Garden City 8-6
Garden City (37-20) def (33-22) Kansas City KS 14-13
Games May 9
1PM Cowley (43-13) vs (38-20) Garden City (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
Seward County (39-18) def (26-28) Coffeyville 23-0
Coffeyville (26-29) def (33-22) Hutchinson 10-8
Games May 9
1PM Seward Co. (40-18) vs (27-29) Coffeyville (Championship)-KSCB
G7 4PM If Necessary)

Winner Advances to Wichita

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

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
Neosho County (44-12) def (32-24) Johnson County 17-4 (7)
Johnson County (32-25) def (24-34) Pratt 12-5
Games May 9
12:30 Neosho Co (45-12) vs (33-25) Johnson Co (Championship)
G7 3:30 If Necessary)



Winner Advances to Wichita

2011 NJCAA Region VI Baseball Super Regional
Sat/Sun/Mon. May 7, 8, 9 -
West #2 Super Regional at Colby, KS
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
Colby (39-18) def (31-24) Butler 5-2
Fort Scott (41-17) def (31-25) Butler 10-4
Games May 9
G6 12:00 Fort Scott (42-17) vs (40-18) Colby (Championship)
G7 3:00 If Necessary)


Winner Advances to Wichita


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