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NEKL Legion Baseball Week 1 Recap
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
06/03/2019

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The 2019 legion baseball season has officially begun, and we have already seen lopsided wins, close wins and big games all throughout the Northeast Kansas League.

Below you can find recaps of some of the action from week one.

Saturday, June 1

Sabetha sweeps Plattsmouth Neb. 11-2 and Doniphan County 15-0

Sabetha backed the 2-hit pitching of Brayden Becker by scoring 4 runs in the first two innings and 3 runs in the 3rd.  Becker pitched a 5-inning complete game fanning 10 and allowing only a single run.  Gabe Garber had three hits while Joe Gruber, Braden Argabright and Jalen Worthley each had two hits.  Blake Frey scored 3 runs and Argabright & Worthley had RBI’s.  The Raptors were aided by 10 free passes and 3 errors in the contest to go along with their 10 hits.

Game 2 for Sabetha was almost a repeat from their earlier game.  Sabetha scored 5 runs in the first and 10 runs in the second.  Trevor Kramer and Blake Frey combined for the 4-inning shutout.  Kramer pitched the first 3-innings and allowed just a single hit.  Kramer registered 4 K's in his 3 innings of work.  

Garber, Gruber & Argabright all had two hits and Argabright registered 3 RBI's.  Braden Mitchell also added a 2-run double.  Sabetha had 10 hits to go along with 11 walks and a pair of hit batters.

Sunday, June 2

Marysville sweeps Oskaloosa 10-0 & 5-0

Marysville started fast in both contests and never looked back blanking the River Bandits in both games to kick off the season. In game one Marysville jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead on a single by Jonny Crome before putting the game out of reach with a 5-run fourth inning. Derek Roever, Storm Slupianek, Lucas Dankenbring and Owen Nietfeld all drove in runs in the inning. Slupianek got the win on the mound as well for Marysville, tossing four innings allowing just four hits while striking out two and walking none.

In game two Marysville once again started fast with a run in the first inning as Derek Roever got things rolling with an RBI-single. He finished with two hits in three at-bats, while Owen Nietfeld got the win on the mound going five innings allowing three runs on six hits, striking out six and walking none.

Silver Lake sweeps Hiawatha 18-7 & 17-2

In the first game Silver Lake wasted no time jumping out in front scoring 12 runs in the first inning, sending 16 batters to the plate. Hiawatha tried to battle back scoring four runs in the third inning on a two walks and two hits including a 2-RBI single from Kade Tollefson, but Silver Lake continued to tack on runs which Hiawatha could never overcome. In game one our McDonald’s Player of the Game on Kanzaland Radio was Silver Lake’s Steven Goulart, as he was 3-for-4 with a double, two singles and four RBI’s. Game two was a similar story with Silver Lake jumping on top early and rolling to a run-rule victory.

Leavenworth & Seneca Split Two Games

Game one saw a back and forth contest with Leavenworth jumping out to a 4-0 lead after 1. Seneca scored 4 in the third to tie it at 4-4. Both teams would trade runs the rest of the game but Leavenworth would end up winning 9-7. Seneca had 6 errors in the first game that lead to 8 of Leavenworth's 9 runs. Andrew Leonard started for Seneca and Eric Hammes relieved. Jordan Koch lead Seneca with 2 hits. Also with hits were Noe Gauna, Andrew Leonard, Landon Baker, Austin Ahlquist, and Eric Hammes.

Game 2 saw the two teams trade leads for the first 2 innings and then Seneca captured an 11-7 lead going into the 5th. Leavenworth scored four to tie. Andrew Leonard got a lead off walk in the bottom of the fifth and then stole a base and Landon Baker hit a walk-off single for Seneca to win game 2 12-11. Starting pitcher was Zac Kramer and Noe Gauna relieved. Landon Baker led Seneca offensively with 2 hits with one being the game winner. Other players with hits were Zac Kramer, Bryce Uphaus, Austin Ahlquist, Miles Stueve and Andrew Henry. 


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