The Yard-16 remains undefeated in the Kiwanis League’s American Division.

Solid pitching enabled the team to sweep The Yard-15 10-4 and 8-0 at Crysler Stadium Thursday night.

The Yard-16 remains undefeated in the Kiwanis League’s American Division.
Solid pitching enabled the team to sweep The Yard-15 10-4 and 8-0 at Crysler Stadium Thursday night.
Winner Matt Skaggs and Ronnie Scott combined for a six-hitter and four strikeouts. Matt Burnaugh took the loss. Eric Cloninger singled twice and doubled and Jake Middleton and Kyle Hetherington each singled twice for the winners. Josh Jackmon singled twice for the losers.
Winner Mason Tedeseo and Ryan Hillier combined for a two-hitter and six strikeouts in the second game. John Felz suffered the loss.
Dan McGonigle singled twice to power The Yard-16 (4-0). The Yard-15 fell to 0-4.
BLUE SPRINGS HAWKS 10, MILLHOUSE-16 3: The Blue Springs Hawks improved to 3-1 in the American League with an easy win at Fort Osage.
Adam Jensen scattered 10 hits for the decision over Cameron Childs. Alex Worman singled twice and doubled, Ty Barth hit a two-run homer, Justin Ginter singled twice and Adam Harber doubled to lead a 10-hit Hawks attack.
Rich Michael singled twice and doubled with two RBIs and Cole Shepard singled twice to lead Millhouse, which dropped to 3-1.
BUILDING CHAMPIONS BANDITS 10-5, SWING BUILDERS SAINTS 5-4: The Bandits outlasted the Saints in a season-opening National League doubleheader at Mill Creek Park.
A 13-hit attack led by Dylan Donley’s three singles, Nick Johnson’s double and two singles each by Trent Evenson, Paul Sappington, Parker Higgins and Nate Keegan led the Bandits to the first game win. Alex Greer and Anthony Tovar each doubled for the Saints.
Keith Linenger was helped by a six-run fourth inning in getting the win. Brayden Sterrett took the loss.
A run in the bottom of the ninth inning carried the Bandits and Nick Roth to the second-game victory. Scott Heywerth took the loss.
Tyler Ford doubled for the winners. Spencer Gearhart had three singles, Tovar two singles and Greer and James O’Dell a double each for the Saints.