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More Hutch Heartbreak
05/10/2014

 Jayhawk West champion Hutchinson had just enough to beat Seward 8-7 Friday night at the Region 6 Tournament at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in Wichita.  Seward out-hit Hutch but left 13 runners on base in the loss.  

The highhly motivated Saints built a 3-1 lead against 13-0 Hutch starter Kyle Simonds.  Seward scored in the second when Kevin Connolly scored on a Mason Marshall infield single and an error.  HCC tied the game in the bottom of the third.  SC took a 3-1 lead in the fourth when Reed Thompson rolled a two RBI single up the middle.  Seward couldn't find a fly ball to center in the light to. Elgin the Hutch fifth with a double which would later score.  The Blue Dragons took a 4-3 lead with two in sixth.  Hutch added a seventh inning run and scored three unearned runs in the eighth to lead 8-3.  The Saints stormed back in the ninth.  Brandon Urquizo whistled a double to center to score two.  Marshall singled to make it 8-6 and advanced to second on the throw meaning the Saints had the tying run a second with no outs.  A Thompson sac fly scored a run but the Saints couldn't chase the tying run home.  Thompson was 3-5 with three RBI's and Marshall was 3-5.  Starting pitcher JB Olson went six innings and allowed four runs.

The Dragons are 43-15 and 5-0 against SC and the Saints are 31-28.  They face Butler Saturday at 1 on 1270 and kscbnews.net.

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