Eagles rally past Seneca East

ATTICA — Seneca East led Colonel Crawford 5-3 after four innings Saturday, but the Eagles found a way to get a 6-5 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory.

Carson Feichtner led the Eagles (20-7, 11-5) at the plate with three singles, while Trevin Fairchild and Nolan McKibben each singled twice and drove in a run, Drayton Burkhart hit two singles and Dylan Cooke finished with a double and an RBI.

Seneca East (14-11, 10-6) compiled eight hits as Rickie Lacy doubled, singled and drove in three runs. Jake Hall and losing pitcher Tyler Turek each singled and drove in a run.

Gavin Feichtner got the win on the hill, going five innings. He gave up five runs (two earned) on six hits, while fanning eight and walking just one. Turek gave up six runs on 11 hits. He struck out six and walked two in five frames of work.

Mohawk takes 2 from Lakota

KANSAS — Mohawk and Lakota finished up a suspended game earlier this month and played a second game Saturday with Mohawk taking both games by a run.

The game May 2, which was suspended due to darkness, was tied at 10. Saturday, Cole Widmer led off the bottom of the ninth with a double, while Tanner Osborn singled to move pinch runner Reese Hannam over to third. A walk to Bryce Kirian loaded the bases and then Hannam scored on a Lakota error to end the game. Mohawk won 11-10, while then winning Game 2, 3-2.

Osborn was the winning pitcher in the first game, going four innings. He gave up seven runs on seven hits with four strikeouts and four walks. Carter Reinhart was the losing pitcher.

Widmer tallied a pair of doubles, two singles and three RBIs for the Warriors (18-6), while Kirian added a triple, a single and an RBI and Blake Harper finished with a pair of singles and an RBI. Jesse Leeth, Trey Combs and Landen Snyder each had an RBI.

Josh Matz lined four singles for the Raiders. They also got a double, a single and three RBIs from Jake Huffman, a pair of singles and an Rbi by Cam Balderson, a single and two RBIs from Carter Reinhart, a double and an RBI from Colin Hipsher and a single and an RBI by Kaleb Mahler.

The second game was a little less scoring as Mohawk scored a run in the top of the first, but Lakota took a 2-1 lead after a two-run third. Mohawk then scored twice in the seventh to get the win.

Tyler Hayman had three hits and an RBI for the Warriors, while Widmer doubled and singled, Kirian singled and drove in a run and Osborn ended with an RBI.

Hipsher and Jayden Bonnell each singled and drove in a run for the Raiders.

Wyatt Swartz got the win on the mound, giving up three hits in five innings of relief of Osborn. Matz suffered the defeat.