ORAN -- The Oran Eagles won their 10th game of the year on Tuesday afternoon with an 8-7 win over the Woodland Cardinals.
Nolan Urhahn led the Eagles with two hits including a home run. Blake Carlyle also added two hits as well.
Kody Moore earned the win in six innings of work. He allowed seven runs, four earned on six hits and seven walks. He also struck out six. Gabe Kielhofner picked up the save shutting down the Cardinals in the seventh inning.
|Woodland||200 041 0 -- 7|
|Oran||044 000 0 -- 8|
WP -- Kody Moore. LP -- Minson. S -- Gabe Kielhofner. Multiple hitters -- (W) Long 2-3, Mayfield 2-3. (O) Blake Carlyle 2-3, Nolan Urhahn 2-3. 2B -- (W) Johnson. (O) Kielhofner, Mac McConnell, Nolan Urhahn. HR -- (O) Urhahn.
Cooter 7, Campbell 2
CARDWELL -- The Cooter Wildcats are heading to the Tri-County Conference Tournament championship game after defeating the Campbell Camels 7-2 on Tuesday night.
Cooter knocked around eight hits with the biggest coming from Zach Watkins who broke a 1-1 tie with a 3-run home run in the fourth inning. Seth Childers added three hits including a home run and 2 RBI.
Jordan Anderson picked up the win in relief of starter Jonathan Boone. Anderson finished the final four innings allowing one run on three hits. He also struck out seven.
Cooter will play the Risco Tigers for the conference championship today at 4 p.m. in Arbyrd.
Risco 10, Holcomb 4
CARDWELL -- The Risco Tigers battled back from an early 4-2 deficit to defeat the Holcomb Hornets 10-4 on Tuesday afternoon to advance to the Tri-County Conference Tournament championship game.
A seven-run sixth inning, highlighted by seven hits and three doubles in the inning, put the Tigers ahead for good as they had 13 hits on the day. Chris Pavy, Ross Carter, Brandon Bennett, Josh Long and Justin Earnheart all had two hits. Pavy, Carter, Bennett and Zack Williams each added a double as well.
Pavy earned the win after filling in for starter Caleb McCord in the sixth inning.
"Our guys stepped up today," Tigers head coach Brandon Blankenship said. "We were down but our bats got us back in it."
Risco will play Cooter for the championship today at 4 p.m.
|Holcomb||022 000 0 -- 4|
|Risco||020 107 0 -- 10|
WP -- Chris Pavy. LP -- David McDaniel. Multiple hitters -- (R) Chris Pavy 2-4, Ross Carter 2-4, Brandon Bennett 2-4, Josh Long 2-3, Justin Earnheart 2-2. (H) Michael Glover 2-4. 2B -- (R) Zack Williams, Carter, Pavy, Bennett. (H) Ruff.
SCC 7, Hayti 1
SIKESTON -- Scott County Central's Josh Boese led the Braves to a 7-1 win over the Hayti Indians on Tuesday afternoon leading to his fifth win on the mound this year.
Boese threw six innings of shutout baseball scattering six hits and walking just one. He struck out 11 batters in the process.
"Josh threw an excellent game," Scott Central head coach Matt Limbaugh said. "I can't say enough about how he's thrown the ball this year for us."
Trey Johnson led SCC with two hits. Nathan Ballard added a double as well. The Braves totaled seven hits on the day.
Scott Central (6-4) is scheduled to play the East Prairie Eagles today at 4 p.m. at East Prairie.
|Hayti||000 000 1 -- 1|
|SCC||401 101 x -- 7|
WP -- Josh Boese. LP -- Barnell. Multiple hitters -- (SC) Trey Johnson 2-2. 2B -- (SC) Nathan Ballard.
Kelly 8, East Prairie 7
EAST PRAIRIE -- The Kelly Hawks were able to fight back and overtake the East Prairie Eagles on Tuesday afternoon for an 8-7 win.
The Eagles scored five runs in the fourth inning taking a 7-5 lead at the time. Kelly bounced back with three in the fifth, however, and were able to hold on for their third win of the season.
Jeff Gates got the win on the mound while also leading the Hawks with three hits.
|Kelly||102 230 0 -- 8|
|E. Prairie||011 500 0 -- 7|
WP -- Jeff Gates. LP -- Ryan Mathis. Multiple hitters -- (K) Jeff Gates 3-4, Dustin Crowden 2-2. (EP) Kaleb Williford 2-4, Aaron Miller 2-4. 2B -- (K) Ryan Rowling, Ian Householder, Gates. (EP) Zach Downing, Williford. 3B -- (EP) Williford. HR -- (K) Sawyer Elfrink. (EP) Connor Scott.