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Mudcats Open Road Trip with Win
7/7

     The Chillicothe Mudcats opened a three day road trip Monday with a 5-4 win at Joplin to pull with in 3.5 games of first place in the MINK league north division.
      Caleb Bounds picked up his third win on the mound for the Mudcats. At the plate, Michael haun went 2/3 with an RBI triple plus pitched two scoreless innings for his first save with four strikeouts. Bronson Grubbs, jayden Eggimann and Tom Lerouge all had RBI singles. Chillicothe is with out dEvin Lehman and Derek Rodigo for the road trip. Both players are resting due to fatigue.
     Chillicothe plays the Branson Nationals Tuesday with a double header at 2:00pm.
    

 

Post 25 AAA Cardinals Split with Moberly 7/6
    
The Chillicothe American Legion Post 25 AAA Cardinals split a double header against Moberly. The Cardinals won the first game 1-0 thanks to a 2-hit pitching performance by Gunnar Leach. Dylan Clark scored the lone run in the third inning with Jordan Miller picking up the rbi. Miller and Austin Minnick each had two singles, Clark, Cal Toedebusch and Kyle Davis all had one single each. At the plate, Leach allowed no runs off two hits with no walks and 2 strike outs.
     In the second game, a bad second inning cost the Cardinals in an 8-4 loss. Moberly scored six of their runs in that pivotal second inning. Evan Glaze went 6 innings and suffered the loss with Kyle Davis pitching the final inning. They two allowed 8 runs off 10 hits with 1 walk and 7 strike-outs. At the plate, Cal Toedebusch and Logan O'Dell had two singles, Austin Minnick Jared Lauhoff and Gunnar Leach all had one single each.     .

 

Post 25 AA Cardinals fall to older Brookfield team 7/6
    
The Chillicothe American Legion Post 25 AA Cardinals lost to the older, AAA Brookfield team 15-2 in an 8 inning game. Four Cardinal pitchers gave up a total of 15 runs off 12 hits with 9 walks and 4 strike outs. At the plate, Tanner Lent had a strong game with two doubles and a single, Zach Trout, Mason Daniel, Drew Toedebusch, Konner Sewell, Keaton O'Dell and Tristen Sewell all had one single each. Six of Brookfield's 12 hits were extra base hits.


SPA Girls 12 and under Championship 7/2
Championship: Elks 2, Investor's Community Bank 1
For The Elks: Haley Rucker was the winning pitcher and had a single, Lucy Reeter was top defensive player
For Investor's Community Bank: Gabby Hapes was on the mound Aliyaha Brinner had a single and Aubrie Chromey was top defensive player


SPA Boys 10 and Under Scores
7/1
Missouri Mobile Concrete 10, Wolf Farms 4
For Missouri Mobile Concrete: Ethan Davis and Jackson Trout were on the mound, Gunnar Harrison had a double, Caleb Mumper a single and Cayleb Cothern was top defensive player
For Wolf Farms: Tyzn Crackenberger and Kenyen Gannan were on the mound, Langsten Johnson had a single and Kenyen Gannan was top defensive player
Championship Game: Barnes Baker Motors 7, Missouri Mobile Concrete 4
For Barnes Baker Motors: Brennan Pryor was on the mound, Brennin Shoop had a double, Matty Hobbs had a single and Brennan Pryor was top defensive player
For Missouri Mobile Concrete: Alijah Hibner, Grant Leamer and Ethan Davis were all on the mound, Grant Leamer had a double, Ethan Davis, Gunner Harrison, Jackson Trout and Alijah Hibner had singles and Jackson Trout was top defensive player



SPA 13 and Under Scores
6/30
Minnick Supply 8, Aaron Baker Construction 7
For Minnick Supply: Myles Cobb and Ethan Hoerr on the mound Alex Carmack was top defensive player
For Aaron Baker Construction: Dan Hoel and Landon Doosing were on the mound, Dan Hoel had a double and was top defensive player
Gabrielson's 11, Custom Door 1
For Gabrielson's: Max Wagers was on the mound and Tucker Wagers was top defensive player
For Custom Door: Isiah Kille and Sam Pauley were on the mound and Sam Pauley was top defensive player
Championship Game: Gabrielson's 13, Minnick Supply 7
For Gabrielson's: Tucker Wagers and Max Wagers were on the mound, Max Wagers with a triple, Matthew Laferney and Josh Waterson had doubles, Tucker Wagers, Carter Allen, Josh Waterson and Braden Constant had singles and Carter Allen was top defensive player
For Minnick Supply: Ethan Hoerr and Josh Davis were on the mound and Kaden Akers was top defensive player