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Wednesday’s NBC World Series report

Thursday’s schedule

Three games beginning at 5 p.m. Pairings were not set until aftet Tuesday’s game between Haysville and St. Joseph, Mo., which had not ended at press time.

Funeral plans

Funeral plans are set for Kaiser Carlile, the Liberal Bee Jays bat boy who died Sunday after being accidentally struck in the head by a bat on Saturday.

The funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Seward County Community College Gymnasium, 1801 N. Kansas Ave. in Liberal. Guests are requested to dress casually in Bee Jays attire and enter through the west entrance. Burial will be in Liberal Cemetery.

Visitation will be 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday at Brenneman Funeral Home, 1212 W. 2nd in Liberal.

Broncos oust Waves

The El Dorado Broncos broke a tie with two runs in the sixth and went on to eliminate the San Diego Waves 4-2.

Josh Galvan’s RBI double put the Broncos ahead 3-2 in the sixth, and Grant Ware added an insurance run with an RBI single.

Galvan had a pair of hits and two RBIs. Clayton Dalrymple and Dalton Wheat also had two hits for El Dorado. Broncos starter Chris McKeehan held San Diego hitless through four innings but the Waves tied it with two runs in the bottom of the fifth.

El Dorado

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102

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4 10 0

San Diego

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2 4 0

W — Thomas 1-0. L — Estermyer 0-2. S — Witherson 2.

El Dorado batting—Dalrymple 2-5, Wheat 2-3, Hanna 0-4, Holcombe 1-2, Eberhardt 1-3, Kjolsing 0-4, Galvan 2-4, Ware 1-4, Wodtke 1-3.

San Diego batting—Ruane 0-4, Torres 1-4, Garcia 1-3, Podratz 0-2, Barraza 0-3, McWilliam 0-1, Varga 0-1, Bumann 0-2, Fisher 1-4, Graham 1-2, Jacobson 0-1, Holler 0-2, Johnson 0-1.

El Dorado pitching—McKeehan 4 IP-1 ER, Thomas 1-1, Vincent 2 2/3-0, Feige 1-3-0, Witherspoon 1-0.

San Diego pitching—Lopez 3 2/3-2, Estermyer 2 1/3-2, Esquibel 3-0.

Tuesday’s late game

Valley Center 7, Santa Barbara 0 — Valley Center knocked off the defending champions in a winners bracket game, breaking it open with a six-run seventh inning that included two hits.

Santa Barbara pitching issued three bases-loaded walks and allowed another run on a hit batter, allowing Valley Center to take a commanding lead even though none of the final seven batters of the inning got a hit.

Lucas Schauer, not one of Valley Center’s top starting pitchers, shut out Santa Barbara on four hits, striking out six.

Valley Center

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7 9 0

Santa Barbara

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0 4 0

W —Schauer 1-0. L — Camp 0-1.

Valley Center batting—Devore 1-4, Coughenour 0-1, Gates 1-3, Gowing 1-1, Whisler 1-4, DeVinny 0-3, Couch 0-3, Harris 2-4, Fischer 0-3, Flax 1-3, Marshall 0-1, Salas 2-3.

Santa Barbara batting—Holland 0-1, Conyers 0-2, Massar 0-1, Henderson 1-4, Studdard 0-3, Montalbano 0-3, Welker 1-1, Gibbons 1-3, Greer 0-3, Neslony 0-2, Paul 0-1, Smith 0-3, Brontsema 1-3.

Valley Center pitching—Schauer 9 IP-0 ER.

Santa Barbara pitching—Camp 6-1, Cohen 1/3-4, Brown 1/3-2, Nunez 0-0, Bein 1 1/3-0, Cruz 1-0.

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