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Northeast Kansas League Summer Baseball Update - June 16
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
06/17/2021

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Wednesday, June 16 Recaps

Sabetha Sweeps Doniphan County

The Sabetha Raptors got back to their winning ways Wednesday night in Wathena, sweeping a doubleheader over Doniphan County by scores of 5-2 and 11-7.

In game one Doniphan County jumped in front with two runs in the bottom of the second on an RBI-single from Charlie Grable and an RBI-double by Cale Hamilton.

Sabetha came back and took the lead in the third inning with five runs thanks to a pair of costly errors and an RBI-single by Marcus Bauman to lead 5-2 after three innings.

That score held the rest of the way as DC could not seem to get the big hit when they needed it leaving 15 runners on base on the night including the bases loaded twice.

Sabetha finished with just five hits in the game but took advantage of three DC errors and two walks.

Christian McAfee of the Raptors was named the McDonald’s Player of the Game on KNZA Radio after picking up the win on the mound tossing five innings allowing just two runs while striking out three.

Doniphan County collected 10 total hits in the game including two each from Braden Chalfant, Charlie Grable, Broc Studer and Gavin Fuemmeler.

In game two Sabetha jumped out to a 7-2 lead after two innings and tacked on two runs in the fourth and fifth innings.

The Raptors had Darrin Funk and Braden Argabright each collect three hits in the game while Argabright had two RBI and Cooper Bradbury added three more.

DC collected nine hits in the loss including two hits each from Braden Chalfant, Trent Spiker, Kole Franken and Gavin Fuemmeler. Franken added three RBI while Cale Hamilton added two more.

Seneca Takes Two from Marysville

Seneca continued their strong play as of late Wednesday night sweeping a doubleheader over Marysville by scores of 11-3 and 3-0.

In game one Seneca scored three runs in each of the first three innings to race out to a 9-2 lead after three innings of play.

Seneca collected just eight hits in the game and took advantage of five errors with Landen Baker racking up three hits and two RBI while Zac Kramer, Damon Koch and Eric Hammes each added RBIs.

Eric Hammes got the win on the mound tossing five innings allowing just one earned run on five hits.

Marysville racked up just five hits in the loss with Payton LeDuc leading the way with two.

In game two Seneca scored the only runs of the game in the third inning on RBIs from Landen Baker and Zac Kramer while Colten Hasenkamp tossed all five innings allowing just three hits.

Corning and Silver Lake Split

Silver Lake and Corning played to a split Wednesday night with Silver Lake winning the first game 13-3 while Corning walked off the second 11-10.

In game one Silver Lake raced out to a 13-2 lead after two innings and never looked back racking up 10 hits in a 13-3 win.

Kaden Walker racked up six RBIs in the win including a grand slam and two home runs while Mason Maldanado added another grand slam.

In game two Silver Lake jumped out to a 6-4 lead after two innings before Corning took the lead with six runs in the third. Silver Lake came back with four runs in the fourth to tie the game, before Presley Bowers delivered the walk-off hit in the bottom of the fifth.

Bowers racked up three hits and two RBIs in the contest while Ian Haverkamp, Zac Fischer, Austin Holthaus and Kyler Wommack each added two hits.

In the loss Silver Lake’s Dylan Roush collected four RBIs including two home runs, while Maldanado added two RBI.


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