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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.

    Rawlings 17U 12, Mac N Seitz - Grove 11:  The Tigers needed all of their offensive weapons in their marathon win over the Grove on Sunday morning.
    The teams combined for 23 runs on 18 hits with five errors, nine walks and nine runners left on base.
    The Tigers had eight players with hits that included Easton Rakers going 2-for-4 with two singles and two runs scored, while Cam Haag added a single and two runs scored.
    Conner Freeze had a single, two walks, two runs scored and two batted in.  Justin Sample had a single, a run and an RBI, while both Ryan Jackson and Chase Lewis doubled.
    Dalton Boruff was the winning pitcher as he went four innings and allowed just one earned run on four hits, one walk and six strikeouts.
    The Tigers took an early 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning when Cam Haag and Easton Rakers each singled leading off the inning.  Conner Freeze tripled them both home before he would score on a sacrifice fly from Chase Lewis.
    The Grove answered with three unearned runs in the top of the second inning to tie the contest at 3-3.  They added three more runs in the third inning for a 6-3 lead.
    The Tigers cut into the lead when Freeze drew a 2-out walk and later scored on an RBI double from Lewis who later scored on a wild pitch, as Rawlings trailed 6-5 after three innings.
    Hunter Sample singled and scored on an RBI double from Jackson in the fourth inning to tie the game before an RBI groundout from Justin Sample regained the lead at 7-6.  They added four unearned runs later in the inning to lead 11-6.
    The Grove answered with five hits and three walks as they tied the contest at 11-11 entering the bottom of the fifth inning.
    After both teams went scoreless, the Tigers walked it off in the bottom of the sixth inning when Freeze got things going with a 1-out walk.  Lewis followed with a walk before the second out was retired on a line drive.  Freeze crossed the plate on a wild pitch to end the contest in favor of the Tigers.
    Rawlings 17U 4, Minnesota Starters Red 3:  The Tigers used a strong inning and another good pitching effort to win their second game of pool play in Kansas City on Friday night.
    The Reds took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth inning before the Tigers scored all four of their runs in the bottom of the frame to secure the victory.
    Easton Rakers and Nile Adcock took care of the rest as they combined to strike out 15 of the 21 batters retired in the contest.
    Rakers registered the victory by going the first four innings allowing one unearned run on two hits, one walk and nine punch outs.
    Adcock picked up the save with three innings of work allowing two unearned runs on two hits, two walks and six strikeouts.
    Aviston outhit the Reds 6-4 with Chase Lewis having a single and a double on a 2-for-3 day.  Dalton Boruff singled, scored a run, stole a base, walked and had an RBI for the Tigers, who stranded eight runners on base and had a pair of fielding miscues.
    After the Reds scored a run in the top of the fourth inning, the Tigers responded with four runs of their own in the bottom of the frame with Conner Freeze getting hit by a pitch leading off the inning.
    Lewis moved Freeze to third base with a double before Boruff scored him on an RBI ground out to tie the contest.
    Mason Hamon and Hunter Sample each walked to load the bases with just one out.  Lewis crossed the plate on a passed ball to take a 2-1 lead.  Ian Henderson scored Boruff on a ground out to move the lead to 3-1.
    After Ryan Jackson walked, Hunter Sample scored on a wild pitch in front of a single from Justin Sample as the Tigers led for good at 4-1.
    The Reds added two unearned runs in the sixth inning to account for the final runs of the contest.
    Rawlings 17U 4, Between the Lines 0:  The Tigers got their Kansas City PBR Tournament open in fine fashion with a shutout win over the Hornets on Thursday afternoon. 
    The Tigers got great pitching from Chase Lewis and Dalton Boruff while scoring just one run in the third inning before putting the game away with three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.
    Lewis was the story as he shut down the Hornets’ offense going the first 5-2/3 innings allowing just four hits and two walks while punching out nine batters.
    Boruff came on in relief and picked up the save by getting the final four outs.  He allowed just one hit and one walk and had one strikeout.
    Cam Haag led the 9-hit offense from the leadoff spot with a 2-for-3 effort that saw two singles, a run scored and a stolen base.  Easton Rakers had a double, an RBI and one run scored.
    Mason Hamon was 2-for-3 with two singles and a stolen base.  Ryan Jackson added a single and a run for the Tigers, who stranded seven runners on base.
    Jackson got things started in the bottom of the third inning with a walk before moving to second base on a wild pitch.  Haag followed with a single before Rakers cashed in Jackson with a sacrifice fly and a 1-0 lead.
    Haag got things rolling in the sixth inning with a leadoff single to the left side followed by a double to the gap from Rakers.
    Conner Freeze followed with an RBI groundout and a 2-0 lead.  Lewis chased home Rakers with an RBI single up the middle for a 3-0 lead.
    Hamon singled before Hunter Sample drew a walk to load the bases.  Ian Henderson then walked for an RBI and the final 4-0 score.
    Boruff gave up a 1-out walk and a double before getting the final batter to pop out to center field to end the contest.

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