Bellevue 8

 Tipton 2

At Tipton:

 Cole Swartz pitched a complete 5-hitter game, allowing just two runs. Six different players had RBIs  to support Swartz’s effort.

North Cedar 7

 Bellevue 3

At Lowden;

The Knights scored three runs in the fifth to pull away from a 4-3 lead and gain the victory. Andrew Swartz hit a home run and Paxton Felderman had an RBI single for Bellevue. Felderman took the loss for the Comets on the mound.

Camanche 14

 Bellevue 1

At Cole Park:

 An eight-run third inning powered the Indians to a 14-1 win in a game, shortened by the mercy rule. They banged out 13 hits and played error-free ball in the lopsided victory. Jackson Wagner plated the Comets only run with one of the team’s three hits.

West Liberty 7

 Bellevue 3

At Cole Park:

 West Liberty scored 4 runs in the top of the seventh and rolled to a 7-3 win over the Comets.

   Bellevue held a 3-1 lead after four innings. The  visitors, howeverm tied it with single runs in the fifth and sixth innings, and won it with a four-run seventh inning. Cole Swartz was the tough luck loser on the mound, allowing just four earned runs on six hits in 6 and 2/3  innings. The Comets committed six errors in the loss.

 Durant 9

 Bellevue 2

At Cole Park:

 The heavy hitting Wildcats banged out 16-hits in a 9-2 win over the Comets. Bellevue got just three hits off of Durant pitchers.

 Nick Deppe was the starting Comet pitcher. Jackson Wagner and Deppe had the Comet RBIs.


 Central City 1

 Marquette 0 (8-innings)

At Central City:

 The Mohawks dropped an eight-inning well-played conference game 1-0 to Central City last week. The Mohawks had nine hits and Grace Tath pitched a complete game, not allowing a single earned run.  Delaney Banowetz had two doubles among the five Marquette hits.