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Two unearned runs in the bottom half of the ninth inning, capped off by a Tre Holly infield single, propelled the Wellington Heat to a walk-off 3-2 victory over the Derby Twins on Monday night at Hibbs-Hooten Field. Derby starter Tyler Nelson and David Flattery of Wellington traded zeroes for the first three frames, as neither team managed to get a runner to third base. But the Heat cracked the scoreboard in the bottom of the fourth, using a leadoff walk and back-to-back singles from Austin Krajnak and Kendall Radcliffe to seize a 1-0 lead. Nelson was ejected at the end of the inning for arguing balls and strikes, so the Twins were forced to turn to reliever Anthony Baleto in the fifth. The righty did not disappoint, flipping a scoreless fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth innings to give the Twins offense a chance to rally. Derby finally got to Flattery in the top of the eighth, when a one-out walk to Brennan Grant brought Mason OBrien to the plate. The Twins slugger deposited a 2-0 fastball into the trees in right, giving Derby their first lead of the ballgame at 2-1. Flattery exited with 13 strikeouts to his credit on 123 pitches, turning the ball over to Wellington closer Sean Cruz. Cruz teamed with Heat reliever Daulton Leiker to navigate a scoreless ninth, sending the game to the bottom half with Derby still in front. After a single and a fielders choice, Wellington had a runner on first with one out when Matt Heck smacked a hard ground ball to the left side of the infield. After Twins shortstop Greyson McCurry was unable to field it cleanly, leftfielder Brennan Grant threw wildly to third, allowing Trent Maloney to come all the way around from first to tie the score at 2-2. A sacrifice bunt from Jacob Trimble moved Heck to third, where he would score on a hard smash from Tre Holly that deflected off the shoulder of OBrien at first base. The two teams will be right back at it tomorrow night for game two of the series, with first pitch from Panther Field in Derby scheduled for 7:00 pm.



The Derby Twins will finish off their regular season schedule with a three-game set against the Wellington Heat, beginning on Monday night with the series opener at Hibbs-Hooten Field in Wellington. Game two on Tuesday will shift to Panther Field in Derby for the home finale, and then the series concludes back in Wellington on Wednesday. All games are scheduled for a 7:00 first pitch.



Five Derby errors and a relentless Hays offense that cranked out 15 hits resulted in a 10-2 Larks victory on Friday night at Panther Field. After Twins starter Nick Rathke kept Hays off the board in the top of the first, the Larks struck for one in the second, two in the third, and three more in the third to grab a commanding 6-0 lead. A solo home run from Mike Mioduszewski would stretch the advantage to 7-0 in the top of the sixth, before Derby got on the bottom half courtesy of a two-run double from Dustin Miller to cut the deficit to 7-2. But Nate Olinger singled home a run in the eighth off Derby reliever Luke Veltri made the score 8-2, and a two-run single from Mioduszewski in the top of the ninth produced the final margin of 10-2. The two squads will conclude their series tomorrow evening in Derby, with first pitch scheduled for 7:00.




  A three-run bottom of the first and a four-run bottom of the fourth gave the Liberal Bee Jays a lead they would never relinquish as they knocked off the Derby Twins in the series finale 13-6 at Brent Gould Field. Left-hander Reed Michel made his first start for the Twins, and ran into trouble with two outs and nobody on in the bottom of the first. Back-to-back walks, a single, and then a double from Blake Brewster gave Liberal an early 3-0 lead. Michel then walked in a run in the second to make it 4-0, but induced a 5-2-3 double play to skirt around further damage. Derby dented the scoreboard in the top of the fourth, when Mason OBrien singled and came around to score on a groundout from Brady Pfaadt. But the Bee Jays would respond with a four-spot in the bottom of the inning, and then answered two Twins runs with three more in the fifth to make the score 11-3. Derby got its runs on a Bryce Fischer groundout and two Liberal errors, but the Bee Jays continued the attack against reliever Jason Plyn, as Blake Jenkins smacked an RBI double to extend the lead to 12-3 heading to the eighth. An RBI groundout from Logan Burke and another Liberal error made it 12-5, but Jake Englehart surrendered a single run in the bottom half to restore the advantage to 13-5. An RBI single from OBrien in the ninth ended the scoring, as the Twins dropped the series two games to one. Derby will have the day off on Thursday before opening a two-game set against the Hays Larks on Friday, first pitch from Panther Field is set for 7:00.














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