BDS 8 Geneva 0 (Friday)
Jackson Grote's complete game gem propelled BDS to their second shut out win of the season on Friday at home against Geneva in a 4 1/2 inning contest. Grote struck out three and walked three in 53 pitches thrown.
He now has a record of 2-2 with a 4.35 ERA in 20 2/3 innings pitched.
On the offensive end John Christensen tallied a season-high six RBIs with a 2-for-3 day at the plate. He singled and doubled in the contest.

Twin River 9 BDS 0 (Saturday)
BDS received what they served the previous day in a 9-0 shut out loss to Twin River at home.
BDS mustered only one hit in the game (Caden Norder) and found the base paths a total of three times via a walk and an error.
Twin River's  Mason Schleis and Blake Booth split pitching duties, with Schleis getting the win by starting the game and throwing three innings before Booth took over for the final two frames.
BDS holds a 7-10 record this season with the loss.

Sabetha, KS 8 Wymore 1 (Friday)
Sabetha started quick and put it on cruise control the rest of the way in their 8-1 home victory over Wymore.
Sabetha scratched out eight hits and were perfect on the defensive end, recording no errors.
Wymore struggled to find a rhythm at the plate as only three batters made it to base by way of a hit. Tucker Martin, William McLaughlin, and Peyton Mohr each had one hit.

Wymore 10 Tecumseh 2 (Saturday)
Wymore used a collective team effort to get the win on Saturday over Tecumseh. A trio of Wymore batters collected multiple hits, including a three-hit day for Connor Klecan, and two-hit games for Tyson Landenberger and Ethan Zvolanek.
Wymore outhit Tecumseh 10-3 and recorded half the amount of errors 2-4.Out of the 10 runs scored for Wymore, eight came off of RBIs.
Reese Hennerberg recorded the win on the mound for Wymore with a complete-game effort. He struck out six and walked two in the six-inning contest.

Auburn 18 Wymore 0 (Sunday)
Not much changed from the team's first meeting earlier in the month (23-3 Auburn win) as Auburn was once again on fire at plate, and took advantage.
Auburn belted out 15 hits in the contest, most of which came in the first two frames where the team tallied all 18 of their runs.
William McLaughlin prevented Auburn's Zimmerman from getting a no-hitter with a single.
The Wymore Seniors are 10-7 on the season after their three weekend games.


Tri County 5 Utica/Beaver Crossing 3 (Saturday)
A big fifth inning at the plate was all Tri County needed to come away with the 5-3 victory over Utica/Beaver Crossing on the road on Saturday. Tri County collected four of their team's five hits in the frame.
Tri County benefited for UBC walking two batters, hitting another with a pitch, and committing an error in the fifth frame.
Krayten Uher, Cole Siems, Caden Reedy, and Danny Hess each had one hit apiece in the inning. Siems led the team with two hits in the game.
Noah Leutzinger did the heavy lifting on the mound for Tri County, tossing 72 pitches in five innings of work. He allowed four hits, three walks, and struck out five to get the win.

Tri County 9 Hebron 1 (Sunday)
Tri County rode behind the performance of their three pitchers, Evan Larson, Lucas Weise, and Krayten Uher during the team's 9-1 victory on the road over Hebron. The trio struck out six, while allowing only two hits and four walks.
Larson got the win for pitching three innings to start the game. He allowed one hit and struck out five.
At the plate Tri County did the opposite of Saturday's contest, spreading out their nine runs over four innings. Landen Chapman led Tri County bats with two hits, one being a triple that aided his game-high two RBIs.
Tri County record is 10-7 this season.

Sabetha, KS 9 Wymore 1 (Friday)
Five Wymore errors and nine Sabetha hits was the recipe for a 9-1 Wymore loss on Friday in Kansas.
Wymore kept things interesting with the score at 3-1 entering the sixth frame, but Sabetha plated six runs in the sixth frame to secure the victory.
Tucker Martin, William McLaughlin, Damian Salts, and Jacob Meyer had one hit each for Wymore. 
Wymore used five pitchers (Martin, Turner Faxon, Will Stanosheck, Paxton Mohr, Connor Klecan)  to get through the six innings of play. They combined to allow nine hits, four walks, and struck out three.
Sabetha pitcher Evans threw a complete game and struck out 12 while allowing one walk.

Tecumseh 14 Wymore 4 (Saturday)

Tecumseh plated seven in the first inning to create a 7-0 lead and the squad easily maintained the advantage throughout the contest in their 4 1/2 inning mercy-rule win over Wymore.

Wymore was outhit 12-6 in the away contest, but committed one less error (5-4) than Tecumseh. 

Tucker Martin threw all four innings for Wymore and allowed three walks while striking out six in the loss.

Paxton Mohr had a team-high two RBIs for the Wymore Juniors during his 1-for-3 day at the plate. 

Auburn 13 Wymore 2 (Sunday)

Wymore suffered their fourth double-digit loss of the season and their second to Auburn in an away contest on Sunday.

Auburn utilized 10 hits and five Wymore errors to plate their 13 runs. Seven of the nine Auburn batters recorded hits in the game, three of which had two hits apiece (Darnell, Hall, Clark).

For the third game in a row Wymore tallied four hits, one each from Connor Klecan, Paxton Mohr, Turner Faxon, and Will Stanosheck.

The Wymore Juniors have now lost six straight and are 4-15 this season.