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Bee Jays Show Zero Tolerance in NBC
08/03/2011

The Bee Jays couldn't have been more dominant in their first two games at the NBC World Series.  Tuesday night, the Bee Jays beat Play Ball Sports, Colorado 8-0 in eight innings.  Liberal has outscored Tulsa and Play Ball Sports 23-0 in 13 innings in the first two rounds of the National Baseball Congress World Series. 

Left-hander Pat Shreve (5-2) pitched 6 and 2/3 innings with nine strikeouts and one walk for the win.  Brent Harrison pitched one and 1/3 scoreless.

Liberal scored one in the first when a Blake Bergeron line drive sacrifice fly to left drove home Eddie Arroyo. 

They added three in the third when J.T. Bean bounced a single to center to drive home two runs and Miles Silverstein single home a run to make it 4-0. 

Bergeron singled home Arroyo in the fifth to make it 5-0 Liberal.  The Bee Jays added three in the eighth to win it when Bean singled home a run and Reyn Nagamine doubled home two runs. 

Bean was 3-5 with three RBI'.s.  Micah Green and Miles Silverstein had two hits a piece.  Arroyo had three stolen bases. 

Play Ball Sports is 49-18.  They are an Arvada, Colorado based group who won the 19 and under NBC championship last weekend in Topeka.  They were 2-2 at the NBC in Wichita last year.

Liberal is 32-16 overall and 19-5 the last four years in the NBC.  They face the winner of  the St. Joseph Mustangs and the Valley Center Diamond Dawgs Saturday night at a time to be announced. 

Saturday, July 30th
Opening Night & Fireworks
5:00 PM    Game 2 - Kansas Cannons 5 vs. Play Ball (CO) Sports 6 - F/12
7:30 PM    Game 1 - Tulsa (OK) Titans 0 vs. Liberal (KS) Bee Jays 15 - F/5
10:00 PM  Game 5 - Clearwater (KS) Cowboys 6 vs. Haysville (KS) Heat 8 - Final

Sunday, July 31st
Wichita Suites Buyout Night
Ticket locations can be found at www.hotelinwichita.com
10:30 AM Game 17 - Kansas Cannons 11 vs. Tulsa (OK) Titans 1 -F/7
(Tulsa (OK) Titans Eliminated)
1:00 PM    Game 8 - Park City (KS) Rangers 5 vs. Walker Transmission (CO) 1 - Final
5:00 PM    Game 4 - Austin (TX) Gold Sox 2 vs. Valley Center (KS) Diamond Dawgs 6 - Final

7:30 PM    Game 11 - Nevada (MO) Griffons 3 vs. Derby (KS) Twins 1 - Final
10:00 PM  Game 3 - Plaza Tire Capahas (MO) 3 vs. St. Joseph (MO) Mustangs 7 - Final

Monday, August 1st
Budweiser Buyout Night & Player Party
Tickets at Area QuikTrip Locations
10:30 AM Game 18 - Plaza Tire Capahas (MO) 6 vs. Austin (TX) Gold Sox 7 - Final
(Plaza Tire Capahas (MO) Eliminated)
1:00 PM    Game 10 - South Bay (CA) System 6 vs.  League City (TX) Hornets 7 - Final

5:00 PM    Game 12 - Pueblo (CO) Collegians 6 vs. Topeka (KS) Golden Giants 7 - Final  
7:30 PM    Game 15 - Crestwood (IL) Panthers 5 vs. Hays (KS) Larks 6 - F/12
10:00 PM  Game 7 - San Diego (CA) Waves 11 vs. Katy (TX) Collegians 3 - F/8

Tuesday, August 2nd
Baskin Robbins Buyout Night
Tickets at 2126 N. Webb Rd. & 2556 N. Maize Rd.
10:30 AM Game 22 - Derby (KS) Twins 14 vs. Pueblo (CO) Collegians 1 - F/5
(Pueblo (CO) Collegians Eliminated)
1:00  PM   Game 20 - Katy (TX) Collegians 2 vs. Walker Transmission (CO) 14 - F/7
(Katy (TX) Collegians Eliminated)

5:00  PM   Game 6 - Clarinda (IA) A's 5 vs. Arvada (CO) Colts 7 - Final 
7:30  PM   Game 25 - Liberal (KS) Bee Jays 8 vs. PlayBall Sports (CO) 0 - F/8
10:00 PM  Game 14 - Omaha (NE) Diamond Spirit 0 vs. San Diego (CA) Force 3 - Final

Wenesday, August 3rd
El Mexico Cafe Buyout Night
Tickets at 2544 S. Seneca (CLOSED ON SUNDAY)
10:30 AM  Game 19 - Clearwater (KS) Cowboys vs. Clarinda (IA) A's
1:00  PM    Game 9 - Hutchinson (KS) Monarchs vs. Santa Barbara (CA) Foresters
5:00  PM    Game 26 - St. Joseph (MO) Mustangs vs. Valley Center (KS) Diamond Dawgs  
7:30  PM    Game 16 - Casa Grande (AZ) Cotton Kings vs. Seattle (WA) Studs
10:30 PM  Game 13 - Northwest (WA) Honkers vs. Kenai (AK) Oilers

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