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New London 24, Danville 0
New London scored four in the first, seven in the second, 12 in the third and one in the fourth to blow by the Bears on Monday.
Kooper Schulte, Ryan Richey and Memphis Watson all had two hits in the victory. Schulte had five RBIs, Richey three and Watson one. Carter Allen also had a trio of RBIs.
Josh Catala and Tucker Gibbar both had time on the mound.
Hillcrest Academy 8, Louisa-Muscatine 2
The Ravens trailed 2-1 after five, but they scored seven in the sixth inning to pull past the Falcons.
Seth Ours and Josiah Beachy both tallied two hits for the Ravens. Ours had two RBIs and Beachy one.
Ours and Rowan Miller threw from the hill.
Cardinal 10, Van Buren County 7
Cardinal and Van Buren were tied 1-1 after one, but the Comets outscored the Warriors 9-6 the rest of the way.
Carson Kenney went 3-4 at the plate with one RBI. Landon Becker and Josh Courtney both had two hits. Becker finished with three RBIs as well. Gavin Ware and Kaleb Figueroa each had a hit and two RBIs.
Kenney, Becker and Tristin Cloke all threw from the hill.
No. 9 (2A) Mediapolis, Highland 8
The Bulldogs scored 10 runs in the first four innings. The Huskies fought back to make it 10-8, but couldn’t make the comeback.
Logan Bonebrake led the Huskies with three hits and two RBIs in the box. Trevor McFarland and Brenton Bonebrake each had two hits. Bonebrake also had a pair of RBIs.
Logan Bonebrake, Ethan Paisley and Peyton Yeggy all pitched for Highland.
West Liberty 16, Mid-Prairie 1
West Liberty scored five in two innings and added six in the third along with five in the fourth to down the Golden Hawks. Mid-Prairie’s one run came in the second.
Wapello 10, Winfield 6
Winfield led 2-0 after one inning, but the Indians scored five to the Wolves two in the second to take the lead. In the final two innings, Wapello scored five to take the win.