SPA 10 and Under League Results
Boys 10 and Under
Woody's 7 Peery's Tow and Repair 1
For Woody's: Kenyen Gannon was on the mound, Tyzn
Crackenberger with a double and single, Landon Jones with 2 singles,
Fisk Miller was top defensive player
For Peery's Tow and Repair: Carson Samm on the mound,
James Mathew with a double and Luke Nickell was top defensive
El Toro's 5, Hy-Vee 1
For El Toro's: Cayden Larson and Brody Cairns were
on the mound, Kellen Kirkpatrick with 2 singles, Rylan Clark and
Jacob Adams with singles, Josh Adams was top defensive player
For Hy-Vee: Brayden Shoop and Jack
Bernhardt were on the mound, Bryson Shoop was top defensive player
Mo Mobile Concrete 6, Clark's Furniture 5
For Mo Mobile Concrete: Ethan Davis, Alijah Hibner
and Tristin Harrison were on the mound, Tristin Harrison with a
triple and double, Ethan Davis with a double, Alijah Hibner with a
single and Adrian Wright with a single and top defensive player
For Clark's Furniture: Logan Clark and Ashton Baker
were on the mound, Levi Hughes with a triple, Logan Clark with a
double and single, Lane Nickell with a single and Carter Bone, Logan
Clark and Lane Nickell shared top defensive player honors
Late Innings Lead to Mudcat Win
The Chillicothe Mudcats used some late
innings offense to beat the Clarinda A's 7-4 in Chillicothe.
The Mudcats' Ted Stuka made his first start of the season, going
three innings before James Ethredge came in to pick up his first win
of the season.
The Mudcats bats were mostly silent
until the Eighth inning when Dalton Schumer, Rose McWhorter and Nick
Gawley had three base hits in a row as part of a four run innings.
Chillicothe opens a three game road trip at Joplin
Tuesday at 7:00pm
AAA Cardinals Split with Moberly
The Post 25 AAA Cardinals earned a split in a
Sunday doubleheader with Moberly. The Cardinals scored 4 runs in the
top of the top of the sixth to secure the win. Austin Murray and
Wade Phillips had two singles each, Dylan Clark, Austin Minnick,
Gunnar Leach and Chase Minnick had one single each. Austin Minnick
picked up the win with Gunnar Leach getting the same.
In game two, Moberly singled to drive
in a run in a five inning walk off win 6-5. At the plate, Austin
Murray and Drew Toedebusch had two singles each, Logan O'Dell with a
double and Jordan Miller with a single. The Cardinals used three
pitchers with Wade Phillips credited with the loss.
Mudcats Take 2 of 3 Weekend Games
Mudcats took 2 out of 3 games in a weekend home series against
Ozark, sweeping a Saturday double header 8-4 and 2-0 but losing
In game one on Saturday, Dalton Schumer was the
offensive performer with three hits including one extra base hit.
Josh Guerra was the starting pitcher and picked up the win. Game two
was a pitchers dual with Zach McLeod, Ryan Dowling and Tim Nelson
pitching 7 shut out innings for the Mudcats.
On Sunday, Zachary Leban had the start and offered five
strong innings on the mound for the Mudcats but didn't have run
support from the Mudcat offense.
SPA Results from Friday Games
Boys 10 and Under
Woody's 10, Clark's Furniture 2
For Woody's: Tyzen Crackenberger on the
mound, had two home runs and a single, Landon Jones with a home run
and double, Langsten Johnson with 3 singles, Timmy Summers with a
single and Fisk Miller with a single and top defensive player
Clark's Furniture: Ashton Baker and Logan Clark on the mound, Ashton
Baker was top defensive player
El Toro 5, Peery's Tow and Repair 4
For El Toro: Cayden Larson and Brody
Cairns on the mound, Rylan Clark and Pablo Jones with singles, Luke
Thompson was top defensive player
For Peery's Tow: James Mathew and Luke
Nickell on the mound, Lane Nickell with a double, Ashton Baker ith a
single and Trent Peniston top defensive player
Cranmer Siding and Gutters 3, Mo
Mobile Concrete 2
For Cranmer's - Jackson Trout was on the mound and
had a double, Logan Clark with a double and Kaden Cranmer was top
For Mo Mobile: Alijah Hibner on the
mound and had a single, Ethan Davis with a double, Tristin Harrison
with a single and Jorge Sanchez was top defensive player
Sedalia Blasts Mudcats Baseball
The Sedalia Bombers beat the Chillicothe Mudcats
11-1 at Shaffer Park. The Bombers put on a hitting clinic with 16
hits that produced 11 runs. For the Mudcats Ross McWhorter went 2
for 4 with a big RBI single in the first. Andrew Kohlman made his
first start and was credited with the loss.
Mudcats coach Tai Mitchell tipped his
cap to his opponents, stating "they came out and swung the bats at a
very high level. They were aggressive and ready to go."
The Mudcats open a weekend series at home with a
doubleheader tonight at 6:05pm at Shaffer Park.
SPA Boys 13 and under Champions
Boys 13 and Under Post Season Tournament
Semifinal: Hutchinson 10, Elks 8
For Hutchinson & Company: Myles CObb and Dalton Ripley on the mound,
Ripley with a triple, Cobb with a double, Rory Kirkpatrick, Kegan
Kirkpatrick, Jackson Reeter and Cy Evans with singles, Rory
Kirkpatrick top defensive player
For Elks: Nick Heldenbrand and Caleb
Vance on the mound, Caleb Vance and Kavan Slagle with singles, Luke
Reynolds top defensive player
Semifinal: Gabrielson's 14, Wal-Mart 1
For Gabrielson's: Max Wagers on the mound, Max
Wagers and Tucker Wagers with triples, Tucker Wagers, Ethan
Gabrielson and Carter Allen with singles, Julian Flemming top
For Wal-Mart: Landon Swift and Landon Baker on the
mound, Josh Waterman with a triple, Landon Baker with a single and
Cameron Fleener top defensive player
Championship: Gabrielson's 6, Hutchinson and Company 5
For Gabrielson's: Tucker Wagers on the mound, Ethan
Gabrielson, Braxton Johnson and Conner Hobbs with singles, Carter
Allen and Julian Flemming top defensive players
For Hutchinson and Company: Rory
Kirkpatrick on the mound, Rory Kirkpatrick, Tristan Slattery, Cy
Evans and Carson Steee with singles, Rory Kirkpatrick top defensive
Mudcats Win in Extra Inning
The Chillicothe Mudcats picked up a 7-6
win at Clarinda in 10 innings. Clarinda scored in the bottom of the
9th to tie the game but Chillicothe scored in the top of the 10th
then held Clarinda in check to pick up the win.
Chillicothe opens a 5 game-4 day home
stand on Friday with a game against Sedalia.
SPA Results from Wednesday Games
Girls 12 and Under Post Season
Semifinal: Ad Zone 3, Elks 2
For Ad Zone: Aliyah Briner was pitching and Ava
Dennis top defensive player
For Elks: Leah O'Neal was pitching and top defensive
player, Charlie Roberts had a single
Semifinal: Clark's Furniture 3, Wal-Mart 2
For Clark's Furniture: Makina Stottlemyre and Ella
Johnson were pitching, Emily Schreiner had a home run and was top
defensive player, Sadie Burtch had a double and Kenzie Reynolds had
For Wal-Mart: Katelyn Fleener was pitching, Gena
Schuler, Emma Boyd, Lauren Cavanah and Sarah Boon had singles
Championship: Clark's Furniture 3, Ad Zone 2
For Clark's Furniture: Ella Johnson was
pitching and had a double, Danielle Martin, Makina Stottlemyre and
Kylee Burgess had singles with Sadie Burtch top defensive player
For Ad Zone: Aliyah Briner was pitching,
Izzy Garr had a triple, Harlee Beck and Lillian Dennis had singles
and Presley Rardon was top defensive player.
Boys 10 and Under regular season
El Toro 6, Hy-Vee 1
For El Toro: Cayden Larson was on the mound Brody
Cairns had a single and John Sanchez was top defensive player
For Hy-Vee: Brennen Pryor was on the
mound and had a single, Sam Rodenberg was top defensive payer
Missouri Mobile Concrete 14, Clark's Furniture 7
For Mo Mobile: Ethan Dennis and Bo Smith were on
the mound, Tristan Harrison a double and single, Jackson Trout a
double, Bo Smith and Ethan Davis each had two singles, Caden Larson
with one single and Jorge Sanchez was top defensive player
For Clark's Furniture: Lane Nickell and
Logan Clark were on the mound, Clark and Ashton Baker had a single,
Carter Rader was top defensive player
Clarinda Clips Mudcats Baseball
The Clarinda A's downed the Chillicothe Mudcats at
Shaffer Park Tuesday night 6-3. Clarinda started off with a lead off
double followed by a single in route to a quick 2-0 lead. Clarinda
kept coming to make is 6-1 by mid-contest.
Coach Tai Mitchell said he went to his bullpen. "When
you get behind early you need those bullpen guys to come in and
throw zeros. We were fortunate enough to get a good outing from
The Mudcats had a double from John Remick to score
a run, and again from Dalton Schumer in the 8th but it was too
little, too late.
Chillicothe plays at Clarinda Wednesday at 7:00pm and
had Thursday off.
Post 25 AAA Cardinals win 1 out of 4
The Post 25 AAA Cardinals baseball team
lost two to Moberly and split a double header to Hannibal over the
On Saturday, Chillicothe lost the first
game at home to Moberly 5-2 due to a 4 run fourth inning.
Logan O'Dell had a triple and Drew Toedebusch a double in the 6-hit
effort. Gunnar Leach and Shayler Keller combined to give up 5
runs on 10 hits. In game two, Moberly scored 7 runs in the 5th
inning for a come from behind 13-10 win in five innings. Shayler
Keller's double was the only extra base hit for the Cardinals, that
banged out 7 singles also. Three Cardinals took the mound to give up
13 runs on just 5 hits with ten walks.
On Sunday, Chillicothe opened with an 11-2win over
Hannibal at home. Dylan Clark had 3 doubles, Logan O'Dell and Wade
Phillips had 1 double each as a part of the 11-hit effort. Austin
Minnick and Shayler Keller combined to allow 2 runs off 7 hits. In
the second game, Hannibal had five runs in the top of the 4th to win
11-7 in four innings. Zach Foyt had a triple and Dylan Clark a
double to go with just two other singles. Wade Phillips and Tanner
Lent combined to allow 11 runs off 9 hits.
Mudcats Back To Action
The Chillicothe Mudcats return to action tonight
after having a day off on Friday. The Mudcats make the short trip to
St Joseph to take on the Mustangs at Phil Welch Stadium. The Mudcats
have won two in a row and 7 of their last 10. The Mustangs lost to
Ozark last night after giving up 5 runs to the Generals in the top
of the 9th inning and losing 10-7. First pitch tonight is 7:00pm on
KCHI with Zach Mackey doing the play by play.
Post 25 AAA Cardinals Set for Busy Weekend
The American Legion Post 25 AAA
Cardinals have a busy weekend at home with doubleheaders against
league teams on Saturday and Sunday.
Today (Saturday) the AAA Cardinals will host Moberly at
Shaffer park for games at 2:00 and 4:00pm. On Sunday the AAA
Cardinals host Hannibal at Danner Park with games at 2:00 and
The Post 25 AA Cardinals have the weekend off before
returning to action on the road against the Santa Fe Chiefs in games
that have been moved to Alma, at the corner is Mitchell and 4th
Streets. Games on Monday will be at 6:00 and 8:00pm.
Mudcat Bats Smoking, Beat Sedalia
The Chillicothe Mudcat bats were hot
again Thursday night in a 10-2 home win over the Sedalia Bombers.
The Mudcats scored three in the third inning, thanks in part to a
single from Nick Gawley and a two rbi single from Ryan Kayhill.
Chillicothe scored two more in the fourth and had a big five run
fifth inning. Kayhill started with a single, followed by three
Mudcats then base hits from Jaylen Jackson and Ross McWhorter to
help the Mudcats effort. Sedalia scored in the 6th and 9th innings.
SPA Scores from Thursday Games
Elks 12, Wal-Mart 2
For the Elks: Nick Heldenbrand was on the mound and had
a single, Jason Gault had a double, Kavan Slagle with a single and
Spencer Cairns was top defensive player.
For Wal-Mart: Cameron Fleener and Landon Baker were on
the mound, Chris Wilson was top defensive player.
Gabrielson's 3, Hutchinson and Company 1
For Gabrielson's: Braxten Johnson was on the mound, had
a single and was top defensive player, Tucker Wagers had a home run
and double, Julian Flemming had 2 singles and Isaac Hand had one
For Hutchinson and Company: Rory Kirkpatrick had a
pitcher and 2 singles, Carson Steele with 2 singles, Cy Evans with a
single and Jackson Reeter with a single and top defensive player.
Mudcats Light Up Scoreboard
The Chillicothe Mudcats picked up a lopsided home
win with a 13-5 win over the Kansas City Monarchs. Chillicothe
scored one in the 2nd, four in the third and fourth to pull away
Caleb Bounds picked up the win, allowing one run in five
innings of work.
Chillicothe returns to action tonight (Thursday) at Shaffer
Post 25 AAA Cardinals split with
The American Legion Post 25 AAA Cardinals
split a double header with Trenton. Trenton won the first game 11-7
thanks to a 5 run 5th inning. Chase Minnick had a double and single,
Doubles also for Gunnar Leach, Logan O'Dell and Shayler Keller,
singles for Jordan Miller and Tanner Lent. Wade Phillips and Chase
Wheeler were on the mound, allowing 11 runs off 10 hits.
In game two, the Cardinals beat Trenton 14-5 in 5
innings. Jordan Miller had a home run and a double, two singes for
Austin Minnick and Shayler Keller with one single for Drew
Toedebusch and Wade Phillips.
SPA Results from Wednesday Games
Cramner Guttering and Siding 8, Woody's 8 (Tie)
For Cramner: Kaden Cramner and Jackson Trout were on the
mound, Cramner. Jack Marshall and Koby Wagers had triples, Jackson
Trout and Jaden Kohl with singles and Kohl was top defensive player
For Woody's: Tyzn Crackenberger and Fisk Miller were on the
mound, Crackenberger had a home run and a double, Langsten Johnson
had a double and single Timmy Summers a double, Miller a single.
Mo Mobile 9, Peery's Tow and Repair 3
For Mo Mobile:
Ethan Davis was on the mount and had a triple, Tristan Harrison,
Jackson Trout, Kaden Cramner and Alijah Hibner had singles and
Tucker Wagers had singles. Tucker Narr was top defensive player.
For Peery's Tow: Hudson Corzette was on the mound,
Carson Samm, Dane Ireland and Corzette had singles with Luke Nickell
top defensive player
Clark's Furniture 11, Hy-Vee 10
For Clark's: Lane McKell, Quinten Midgyett and Logan
Clark were on the mound, Carter Bone, Lane McKell, Carter Rader,
Ashton Baker and Quinten Midgyett were on the mound with Rader the
top defensive player.
Elks 1, Clark's Furniture 1 (Tie)
For The Elks: Leah O'Rear was on the mound and Anna
Pfaff top defensive player
For Clark's: Ella Johnson was on the mound, had a
single and was top defensive player, singles from Sadie Burtch,
Kylee Burgess and Danielle Martin
Ad Zone 3, Elks 3 (tie)
For Ad Zone: Aliyah Briner on the mound and had a double,
Ava Dennis a home run and top defensive player, Presley Rardon a
triple, Lillian Dennis and Jada Kimmis with singles
For The Elks Lean O'Rear on the mound, Tori Reed, Kaley
Bethards and Ciara O'Neal with singles, Bethards was top defensive