Hesston Senior Men
1. Blaine Rucker, Bob Beitler, Jason Byler, Dick Kimberlin, Dean Streck 26.
2. Rod Snyder, Lowell Roth, Don Tipton, Harold Scott, Erwin Loeffler 27.
3. Chet Roberts, Buck McClain, Bob Buller, Dale Lambert 28.
4. Larry Winter, Larry Hague, Dave Wallace, Wayne Stucky 29.
Closest to the hole - Larry Winter.
1. Bob Buller, Dale Lambert, Don Tipton, Dean Streck 27.
2. Floyd Sowers, Harry Winter, Dick Kimberlin, Erwin Loeffler 27.8.
3. Blaine Rucker, Bob Beitler, Wayne Stucky 28.5.
4. Larry Winter, Doyle Dodd, Larry Hague, Harold Scott 30.
Closest to the hole - Blaine Rucker.
Next play – Friday.
WICHITA – The Newton Dirtbaggers 13U baseball team fell to the SC Gassers Monday at the Westurban Baseball Complex in Wichita.
The Gassers scored five runs in the second inning, two in the third and one in the fifth. The Dirtbaggers scored its sole run in the fourth inning.
Newton was held hitless in the game.
Jake Schmidt, Cade Valdez and Luke Hirsh each pitched for Newton. Valdez and Hirsh each had two strikeouts.
The Dirtbaggers are 6-15-1 and play the Rangers and the A-Shox today at Westurban beginning at 5:45 p.m.
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WICHITA - The University of Iowa baseball team will compete at the USA National Team at the National Baseball Congress World Series July 29 through Aug. 6.
The team will represent the US at the World University Games at Tapei, Taiwan in August.
The Hawkeyes are 39-22 this season, 15-9 in Big 10 play. Iowa won the Big 10 post-season tournament, finishing 4-1. The Hawkeyes finished 1-2 in NCAA regional play.
The team is coached by Rick Heller.
“When we were approached by USA Baseball,” NBC World Series general manager and tournament director Kevin Jenks said “The opportunity of having the USA National Team/Iowa Hawkeyes play in the premier summer showcase for college-age amateur players, we knew it was a no-brainer. We’re thrilled to have coach Heller bring the Hawkeyes to Wichita to compete against the best.”
"This will be an excellent opportunity for our team to compete before we head to Taiwan for the World University Games," Heller said. "We're grateful that the NBC has awarded us this opportunity."
Iowa will play in pool play during Championship Week, the second week of the tournament. Pool play winners advance to bracket play Aug. 4 and 5. The championship game is Aug. 6.
WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts won for the sixth straight game, stopping the Kansas City T-Bones 15-3 Tuesday at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in American Association play in Wichita.
Wichita jumped on the T-Bones pitchers early, scoring in each of the first four innings, including a six-run fourth inning. Wichita added two runs in the seventh.
Kansas City scored a run in the third, a run in the fifth and a run in the ninth.
Matt Chavez finished two for five hitting for Wichita with a home run and four RBIs. T.J. Mittelstaedt finished three for six with three RBIs. Leo Vargas went four for five with a home run and two RBIs. Zac Fisher went three for five with a home run and two RBIs. Martin Medina hit a solo home run.
Tyler Kane (4-1) went seven innings for the win, allowing one earned run on seven hits with three walks and two strikeouts. James Campbell and Garrett Gould each threw an inning.
Kevin Keyes went two for three hitting for Kansas City with a home run and two RBIs. Zach Walters finished two for five. Omar Garcia drove in a run.
Rich Mascheri (2-1) lasted just 2 2-3 innings in the loss.
Wichita improves to 17-8. A 7-0 win for the Salina Stockade over the Cleburne Railroaders put Wichita 3 1/2 gaves over Cleburne in the AA South. The win was Salina’s second of the season.
Kansas City drops to 12-12, tied for last place in the AA Central, but just 3 1/2 games behind leader Sioux City.
The two teams meet again at 11:05 a.m. today.
ROSTER MOVES — Wichita placed pitcher Jared Wilson on the disabled list retroactive to June 6 and signed pitcher Garrett Gould. Gould is a Maize High School grad and a Los Angeles Dodgers draftee. He previously played for the Wingnuts in 2016.
Mascheri (L, 2-1), Brooks 3, Smith 5, Pauls 7, Brady 8 and Caldwell; Kane (W, 4-1), Gould 8, Campbell 9 and Fisher. HR — KC: Keyes (10). W: Chavez (5), Medina (3), Vargas (2). Time — 2:56. Attendance — 2,141.