Miscues costly as Bobcats drop baseball opener against Ward
Kansas City, Kan. Too many mistakes proved costly for the Basehor-Linwood baseball team as it dropped its season-opener to Bishop Ward, 5-1, on Saturday at CommunityAmerica Ballpark.
Ward capitalized on five walks, two errors and just one hit to score four runs in the bottom of the first inning and take control.
Basehor scored once in the top of the second as Nathan Quigley singled and later crossed the plate on a single by Dylan Belt.
Ward stranded the bases loaded during the second, third and fourth innings but scratched only one more run across during that time. It proved to be enough, however, as the Cyclones secured the victory.
For a full recap of the game, pick up this week's edition of The Sentinel.
More like this story
- U.S. Soccer National Training Complex to begin construction by summer
- Face to Face: Bonner Springs camp director Patty Nickell
- Trump will be on Kansas Republican caucus in March
- Kansas City Connection: Ugly sweaters, Legos for adults and KU basketball at the Sprint Center
- No. 2 Basehor-Linwood takes down Mill Valley