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Saturday’s NBC World Series report

Sunday’s schedule

Lake Erie (Mich.) vs. Crestwood (Ill.), 8 a.m.

San Diego Waves vs. Northwest (Wash.), 10:30

Hutchinson vs. Santa Barbara (Calif.)-San Antonio loser, 1 p.m.

St. Joseph (Mo.) vs. Santa Barbara-San Antonio winner, 4

Haysville vs. Liberal, 7

Arvada (Colo.)-Inland Valley (Calif.) winner vs. Valley Center-El Dorado loser, 10

Saturday’s results

St. Joseph (Mo.) Mustangs 8, Hutchinson Monarchs 4 – St. Joseph scored all eight runs with two outs, as it has won its first game of the tournament in all six of its appearances.

All nine Mustangs in the line-up finished with a hit, as Trent Hill had four hits, Orencio Fisher and Jackson Schunurbusch scored twice, and Jacob Richardson and Tony Maselli drove in two runs each.

St. Joseph

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8 14 3

Hutchinson

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4 11 2

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St. Joseph batting: Fisher 2-4, Richardson 1-3, Hill 4-5, Scott 1-4, Cassidy 1-4, Maselli 2-5, Alvarez 1-5, Houston 1-4, Schunurbusch 1-4.

Hutchinson batting: Turner 1-5, Cronin 1-5, Crandall 1-4, Bugner 2-4, Kolakowski 2-5, Oliver 1-4, Dean 1-4, Wakefield 1-3, Gasso 1-3.

St. Joseph pitching: Felgate 6 2/3 IP-4 ER. Aspergren 1 1/3-0. Kolons 1-0.

Hutchinson pitching: Downing 3 2/3-6. Wusterbarth 1 2/3-0. Huffstickler 1 2/3-1. Brandecker 2-0.

Haysville Aviators 10, Northwest Honkers 2 – Once Haysville started to hit Northwest starter Henry McAree in the sixth inning, it didn’t stop until it finished the game off in eight innings.

Haysville scored two runs in the sixth, then combined to score seven runs in the seventh and eighth off four combined relief pitchers. Tyler Tokunaga (two hits, two runs, three RBIs) and Dan Stolftzfus (3 hits, 2 RBIs) were standouts for the Aviators.

Northwest

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Haysville

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10 15 1

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Northwest batting: Castillo 0-4, Padilla 1-1, Zanon 0-4, Padron 0-4, Cherin 1-4, Tescher 0-2, Gervais 1-3, Koerner 0-3, Hall 1-3.

Haysville batting: Lamoreux 0-4, Tokunaga 2-5, Holst 3-4, Serchay 1-1, Karbowski 0-2, Gregory 1-1, Wasinger 2-4, Bauer 1-1, Stoltzfus 3-4, Maack 0-1, Harris 0-1, Coe 1-3, Duplechin 1-4.

Northwest pitching: McAree 6 IP-4 ER. Trautmann 0 1/3-3. Dembroski 0 1/3-0. Eatmon 0 2/3-3. Kast 0-0.

Haysville pitching: Marchessa 6-1. Beattie 1-0. Ledet 1-0.

Liberal Bee Jays 12, San Diego Waves 5 – After five straight scoreless innings that failed to break the tie, Liberal exploded for eight runs in the top of the 13th inning to win.

With the bases loaded, Easton Johnson cleared the bases with a triple. Brent Williams followed two hitters later with a home run to left field. Gavin Wehby led the team with four runs drive in.

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San Diego

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5 12 2

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Liberal batting: Wehby 2-7, Foster 1-6, Rowe 0-1, Williams 3-7, Cox 1-6, Miller 3-4, O’Donnell 0-6, Green 3-5, Hubbard 2-5, Johnson 0-6.

San Diego batting: Ruane 0-3, Torres-Torioka 0-3, McWilliam 1-6, Garcia 5-5, Podratz 3-6, Varga 0-3, Barraza 1-2, Fisher 0-3, Holler 0-2, Jacobson 0-3, Graham 0-2, Carswell 0-3, Schneider 0-2, Johnson 2-4.

Liberal pitching: Simmons 5 IP-3 ER. Hernandez 2-1. Olds 3-0. Kuhnel 3-0.

San Diego pitching: Esquibel 6-3. Estermyer 6-3. Murray 1-2.

Santa Barbara (Calif.) Foresters 9, San Antonio (Texas) Titans 3 – Santa Barbara opened up a close game in the third inning with four runs, as starter Gary Cornish allowed two earned runs in seven innings and struck out seven.

Matt Henderson, Jeremy Montalbano, John Brontsema, and Ryan Chandler all finished wiht two hits for the Foresters. Montalbano led the team with two runs driven in.

Santa Barbara

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9 10 0

San Antonio

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3 5 3

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Santa Barbara hitting: Holland 0-4, Henderson 2-5, Studdard 1-3, Montalbano 2-5, Neslony 1-5, Smith 0-3, Conyers 0-3, Brontsema 2-4, Chandler 2-3.

San Antonio hitting: Hungate 0-4, Gilmore 0-4, Matulia 1-4, Kizer 0-4, Davis 0-3, Hubert 1-4, Lerick 1-4, Skinner 0-2, Migl 0-1, Kelly 2-2.

Santa Barbara pitching: Cornish 7 IP-2 ER. Becker 1-1. Brown 1-0.

San Antonio pitching: Hodgson 2 1/3-6. Bagley 3 2/3-0. Worrell 2-0. Mayo 1-0.

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