For four innings the William Chrisman baseball team was playing well.

For four innings the William Chrisman baseball team was playing well.

Then Belton scored four runs in the fifth inning and seven in the sixth to roll to an 11-0 Suburban Middle Seven victory.

“We still have the inning where we can’t catch the ball,” Chrisman coach Jim Pickett said. “But we’re getting better.”

The Bears (1-18, 0-7) had five of their six errors over the final two innings in the game, which was stopped after six innings by the mercy rule.

Dylan Cole was the losing pitcher. The Bears were held to two hits.

The game was scheduled for Crysler Stadium, but because of wet grounds the game was moved to Belton with Chrisman remaining the home team.

RAYMORE-PECULIAR 8, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1: Host Raymore-Peculiar jolted the Blue Springs South’s Suburban Big Six title hopes.

“We left 12 runners on base and eight in the first four innings,” South coach Ben Baier said. “You can’t do that. We didn’t get the timely hit.”

South (12-7, 2-3) was held to four hits. Chad Worman suffered the loss.

A four-run fifth inning sealed the win for the Panthers (12-7, 3-1).