Raptors split with Marysville 

 

Josh Herrmann prepares to hit the ball during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Marcus Bauman throws the ball across the plate during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Will Ulrich takes a lead off of first base during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Jonathan Renyer runs to second base during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Noah Kroll hits the ball during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Chase Frey smacks the ball during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Tristan Wittwer throws the ball to first base during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Christian McAfee covers first base during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

 

Aiden Lang fires this pitch across the plate during the Sabetha-Marysville game on Wednesday, June 15.

The Raptors welcomed Marysville to town for doubleheader action on Wednesday, June 15, at Somerset Park. After two games, both teams would leave with a win. Marysville won the first game, 16-7, and Sabetha won the nightcap, 5-0.

Game one

In the first game, Marysville got on the board first with two runs scored. While Sabetha scored their first run in the second inning. Marsyville had a big third inning with nine runs scored. Sabetha scored four runs in the third. Marysville continued to tack on the runs and would eventually come away with the 16-7 win.

Sabetha collected 10 hits during the game, while Marysville tallied 11. Marcus Bauman went two for three at the plate with two runs scored. Christian McAfee went two for four at the plate, and scored one run. Darrin Funk also went two for four at the plate with one run scored, and tallied two RBIs.

Bauman started on the mound for Sabetha, throwing the first 2-2/3 innings. He allowed seven runs on four hits, while striking out five batters and walking two. Aiden Lang came in on relief, throwing the next 2-1/3 innings. He allowed six runs on four hits, while striking out four batters and walking three. Jonathan Renyer closed out the game pitching the final inning. He surrendered three runs on three hits, while striking out two batters and walking three.

Game two

In the nightcap game, the Raptors came back fighting and scored four runs in the first inning. They also added another run in the fourth to make the score 5-0. The Raptors held Marysville scoreless for the game, allowing just one hit.

McAfee went two for two at the plate, scoring two runs and tallying two RBIs. Tristan Wittwer and Lang also tallied one hit each.

Funk pitched the entire game for Sabetha. He allowed zero runs on one hit, while striking out three batters and walking zero.

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Heather Stewart is a reporter for The Sabetha Herald, where she has been on staff since 2015. She specializes in court and sports reporting, as well as photography. Heather is a 2011 Kansas State University graduate with a degree in psychology. She lives in Sabetha with her husband.

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