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Morning Sun
  • LOCAL ROUNDUP: Frontenac BB, SB sweep Galena

  • The Frontenac Raiders maintained their roll on the baseball and softball diamonds Monday night with respective sweeps of the Galena Bulldogs in Crawford-Neosho-Cherokee League action.



    Frontenac won the softball games 8-2 and 17-4 and the baseball games 10-7 and 13-0.

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  • The Frontenac Raiders maintained their roll on the baseball and softball diamonds Monday night with respective sweeps of the Galena Bulldogs in Crawford-Neosho-Cherokee League action.
    Frontenac won the softball games 8-2 and 17-4 and the baseball games 10-7 and 13-0.
    In the first softball game, Frontenac senior pitcher Lindsey Gorham struck out nine, gave up
    five hits in seven innings and hit a two-run home run with her only hit of the opener.
    Libby Warrick hit a three-run double as both Gorham and Warrick made great use of their lone hits. Haley Wilson picked up a RBI triple (again, her only hit of the game) and Rachel
    Amershek scored two runs during a 3-for-4 night.
    In the nightcap, Gorham, Amershek and Samantha Bonner provided much offensive production.
    Bonner went 3-4 with a double, a home run, four RBI and a stolen base.
    Amershek hit 3-3 (6-7 on the night) with four runs scored, two doubles and four RBI.
    Gorham went 2-3 with four runs scored, a double and three RBI.
    Ashton Alex scored three runs and Jennifer Long and Nayna Fields each scored two. Long stole a pair of bases and Fields and Alex each collected RBI.
    Frontenac softball (11-1) plays a makeup doubleheader Wednesday against Baxter Springs.
    The Raider baseball team unveiled a new pitching weapon in the nightcap of its doubleheader Monday night.
    Jace Burdette, a sophomore, struck out nine and walked five in five innings. Burdette combined with Tanner Edwards, who pitched the first two innings without allowing a hit, on a two-hit shutout.
    Matt Standlee, who traditionally pitches the back end of a doubleheader, contributed five RBI on two hits, highlighted by a home run. Fellow senior Blake Barto picked up four RBI. Brett Macary led the hit parade with three. Macary and Blake Vail each scored three runs.
    What a night it turned out to be on the RBI front for Standlee, since he picked up five RBI as well in the opener on a pair of hits, highlighted by a home run. Maybe Standlee should play every game in Galena, since he increased his seasonal RBI total to 20 on a single night, doubling his previous total.
    Bryce Burdette and Bryan Wade each drove in a pair for the Raiders, who ran their undefeated record to 14-0.
    Vail earned the win and Jace Burdette the save. Burdette pulled off the nifty feat of a win and a save on the same night.
    The St. Mary’s Colgan baseball team dropped its second consecutive with a 9-7 loss to Seneca (Mo.) on Monday.
    Colgan fell behind 9-2 early and fell short despite one in the sixth and four in the seventh.
    Page 2 of 2 - The Panthers managed only five hits against Seneca pitchers Dalan Merriman and Payton Rawlings.
    Rawlings led the Seneca offense with four RBI.
    Colgan picked up single RBI by Nate Grimaldi, Christian Cedeno, Austin Kratz, V.J. Piccini, Tully Yoakam and Nate Brown.
    The Panthers dropped to 8-5 and host Southeast on Thursday.
    Baxter Springs swept Pittsburg in a Monday doubleheader, 10-0 in six innings and 6-4.
    High school tennis
    FORT SCOTT — The Pittsburg varsity tennis squad continued its torrid play with a sweep of first place in the Fort Scott Invitational on Monday.
    Hank Cloninger won No. 1 singles, Adrian McAfee No. 2 singles, Jake Creech-Logan Benham No. 1 doubles and Micah Hashman and Nick Powers No. 2 doubles. Pittsburg lost not a match in 12 against Nevada (Mo.), Fort Scott and Coffeyville.
    Cloninger defeated Jesse Guerreo of Fort Scott 8-0, Andrew Arneson of Nevada 8-7 and Chris Frazier of Coffeyville 8-4.
    McAfee defeated D.J. Blethen of Fort Scott 8-0, Sam McCoy of Nevada 8-1 and Tyler Strickland of Coffeyville 8-0.
    Creech-Benham defeated Nevada 8-1, Fort Scott 8-3 and Coffeyville 8-0.
    Powers-Hashman defeated Nevada 8-0, Fort Scott 8-0 and Coffeyville 8-0.
    Final results: Pittsburg 12, Nevada 8, Coffeyville 4, Fort Scott 3.
    College track
    WARRENSBURG, Mo — Pittsburg State finished off a busy weekend of competition at the UCM Mule Relays on Sunday.
    On the women's side, senior Larissa Richards, three-time winner of MIAA Field Athlete of the Week, placed first in the shot put (48 feet, .75 inches) and discus (162-10) while finishing third in the hammer throw (172-8).
    Aimi Orton led a four-spot javelin contingent with a second-place finish at 136-8, with Tessa Westhoff in third (123-1), Shanise Rice fourth (119-5) and Monica Wuertz fifth (118-9).
    Shannon Danaher and Jacobi Spresser finished third and fourth, respectively, in the 800-meter run, Danaher 2 minutes, 23.79 seconds and Spresser 2:24.63.
    On the men's side, Jeff Piepenbrink and Colbie Snyder finished in a tie for second and fourth, respectively, in the pole vault with each clearing 15-9.
    Chris Wise finished second in the 5,000 in 15:36.15 and Greg Wright took second in the 100 at 10.71.
    Pitt State athletes competed in the Kansas Relays on Friday and Saturday.
    On the men's side Saturday, Steven Mann jumped 23-6 3/4 in the long jump, while Keenan Soles and Kyle Utsey posted 23-6 and 21-9, respectively.
    James Carter III and Jordan Peters ran 1:57 and 1:57.60, respectively, in the 800.
    On the women's side, Emily Ballock posted a 1:00.87 in the 400 hurdles, Amanda Callaway 2:23.11 in the 800, Casey Epps 4:56.32 and Bridgette McCormick 5:16.54 in the 1,500, Hanna DeVries 17:48.09 in the 5,000, and Cate Dunn 38:18.58 and Alex Moase 38:44.08 in the 10,000.

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