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Reding's Bat Not Enough for Bee Jays
Chad Nack

In four games between Wellington and Liberal, the game has been decided by one run in each game.  Friday night was no exception as the Heat beat the Bee Jays 4-3 at Brent Gould Field. 

The Jayhawk League champion Heat scored a run in the second against BJ starter Chad Nack.  Liberal tied the game in the sixth as Zach Reding hit a towering homer over the center field wall to tie the game in the sixth.  The Heat answered with three runs on three hits in the seventh to lead 4-1.  Only one run was earned as the Bee Jays committed two errors.  Reding launched his second homer of the night to right after a Robert Dugger triple to bring the Bee Jays within one at 4-3.  But that was the final score at Wellington out-hit Liberal 11-8 and the BJ's had four errors. 

Chad Nack pitched 6.1 innings allowing two earned runs in the loss.  Nathan Smythe went 2.2 scoreless innings.  Reding was 2-4 with two homers to give him a team leading six on the season.  Mike Rampone was 2-4 and Robert Dugger was 2-3. 

Liberal is 18-18 and 12-18 in the Jayhawk while Wellington is 33-6 and 24-4. 

The same two teams play Saturday night at 7 on 1270 and  The Leader and Times is the buyout sponsor.

In the league Friday, Hays swept Derby in Hays 7-6 and 10-3.  El Dorado won at Dodge City 8-3. 

Wellington 24-4

Hays 17-13

Derby 15-14

Liberal 12-18

El Dorado 11-18

Dodge City 8-20

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