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TigersTournament champs — The Aviston Rawlings 17U Tigers went 5-0 in tournament play to win the Missouri PBR Qualifying Tournament this past weekend in Kansas City, Missouri. The Tigers are back in action this weekend in St. Louis. Rawlings is 14-5 on the season with one tournament remaining. Photo by Stacey Boruff    The Aviston Rawlings 17U Tigers claimed the Missouri PBR qualifying Tournament this weekend in Kansas City, Missouri.
    With the wins, the Tigers are now qualified for a top Invitational this fall with the dates and location to be determined.
    The Tigers are now 14-5-1 after rolling through pool play this weekend with a 3-0 record before winning both games on Sunday to win the title.
    They are back in action this weekend when they participate in the Missouri Pastime Tournament Select Showcase starting on Thursday.
    Rawlings 17U 10, Chicago Bruins 0 (4 innings):  The Tigers left no doubt with their quick championship win over the Bruins on Sunday afternoon in Kansas City.
    The duo of Dalton Boruff and Nile Adcock set the tone in the win with the Tigers outhitting the Bruins 10-0.
    Adcock tossed a complete-game, perfect game with just 44 pitches where he struck out two batters.
    Meanwhile, Boruff set the tone in the bottom of the first inning with a 3-run bomb that cleared the left-field fence after Chase Lewis and Easton Rakers both singled.
    The Tigers added an insurance tally in the third inning when Rakers led off with a walk and later scored on an RBI single from Lewis for a 4-0 lead.
    Rawlings sealed the victory with six runs in the bottom of the fourth inning.
    Hunter Sample set the tone with a leadoff double before Ian Henderson walked.  After a double play, Justin Sample walked and Cam Haag singled.
    Rakers singled the other way to move the lead to 6-0 before Haag scored on a wild pitch.  Boruff drew a bases-loaded walk for an RBI before Mason Hamon doubled home two runners to end the game with the mercy rule.
    Boruff was 1-for-2 with a homer, one run scored, one walk and four batted in.  Rakers was 2-for-3 with two stolen bases, two singles, one walk, one RBI and three runs scored.
    Lewis was 2-for-2 with two singles, two runs scored, two RBIs and one walk.  Hamon was 2-for-3 with a single, a double and two batted in.

RedsOut at three — Germantown base runner Brent Timmons is tagged out by Trenton third baseman Kyle Eversgerd for the first out of the game on Sunday. Germantown needed 12 innings to beat Trenton 11-9 to move on to the semifinals. Photo by Jeremy Chawgo    In quite possibly the most entertaining game of the Clinton County League season, the Germantown Reds advanced to the semifinal with an 11-9, 12 inning marathon win over Trenton on Sunday.
    The game was originally scheduled to be played in Trenton, but was moved to Germantown due to wet field conditions.
    The contest featured not only 20 runs, but 37 hits, eight fielding errors, 13 walks and 27 runners left on base.
    Jayce Timmermann stole the show late in the game for Germantown as he worked out of two bases-loaded jams to earn the win in his first pitching effort of the season.
    The righty came on in relief in the seventh inning before pitching the final 5-2/3 innings allowing two earned runs while working around 10 hits and no walks.  Timmermann struck out six batters in his 85-pitch relief effort.
    Ryan Meddows was the losing pitcher in relief for the Miners as he went the final 4-1/3 innings and allowed two unearned runs on three hits, no walks and two strikeouts.
    Bryce Beckmann was the hitting star for Germantown as he went 5-for-7 with five singles, three stolen bases, three runs scored and two batted in.  Craig Oertel was 3-for-4 with two singles, a double and two runs scored.  Chandler Haar added two singles.
    Trenton pounded out 22 hits with Austin Atkins leading the way in the 9-spot in the lineup as he went 5-for-7 with five singles and one RBI.  Kyle Eversgerd was 4-for-7 with three singles, one double and one RBI.
    Drew Frey and Kyle Donovan each had three hits in the loss, while Jim Ritzheimer added two hits in a game where the Miners had six fielding errors and stranded 18 runners on base.

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