Dylan Farrell has realized one of baseball’s toughest feats.

Dylan Farrell has realized one of baseball’s toughest feats.

He hit for the cycle with a single, double, triple and a three-run homer to power Blue Springs Post 499/Fike to an 8-5 victory over Raytown Post 596 in a nine-inning game Frisay night at Hidden Valley Park .

A standup triple in his final at bat enabled Farrell to accomplish the feat. He had four RBIs and scored three runs.

Kyle Nix pitched the opening four innings for the victory. He had a 4-3 lead when Mark Montisano took over in the  fifth inning and allowed only two more runs for the save.

“Montisano came out and threw strikes,” Fike manager Jim Moran said. “Farrell had a good night at the plate and we got a win against a good Raytown team.”

Fike (21-9) had 11 hits. Sam Morman doubled and tripled and Shay Parra and Anthony Dutcher each singled twice as Raytown fell to 17-17.

Three-run fourth and fifth innings off losing pitcher Tyler Nash assured Fike of the victory.

BLUE SPRINGS ROD’S SPORTS A’S 13-10, EXCELSIOR SPRINGS POST 236 0-0: The A’s remained atop the Zone 2 East standings at 12-2 with easy wins at Excelsior Springs Thursday night.

Brian Burasco allowed four hits in the first game and also singled twice. Alex Duvall singled and doubled with two RBIs and Zach Lindberg singled twice and scored two runs.

Jacob Schwandt followed with a six-hit win in the second game. David Stober singled and doubled with two RBIs and Schwandt doubled and tripled with two RBIs.

The A’s have won nine in a row to improve to 19-10 overall.

OAK GROVE POST 379 7-19, INDEPENDENCE VFW POST 1000/JERRY’S SPORTS BEARS 6-3: Oak Grove improved to 13-14 with the non-zone sweep at Webb Park in Oak Grove Thursday night.

Nate England drove in the winning run as Post 379 rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to claim the opening game. Jackson Schnieders was the winning pitcher and Ethan Lane the loser.

Auston Mavis singled, doubled and hit a two-run homer and Jake Douthat singled twice and doubled to power the Bears. Tyler Johnson doubled and hit a three-run homer and Derek Kelton singled and doubled for Post 379.

The second game was called after three innings. Dakota Knight took the loss. Schnieders led a 14-hit attack with three doubles. Johnson doubled twice.
The Bears dropped to 9-26.