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Bombers 11-and-under wins McPherson title
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COURTESY PHOTO Brian Dreiling The 11-and-under Bombers (30-7) won the McPherson baseball title with a 4-0 record. Team members feature front row—Kellan Chansler, Carter Dreiling; back row—Brayden Herrman, KJ Cell, Jakoby Council, Keaton Cass, Julian Hernandez, Jayden Crawford, Carter Schmidt, Christian Alcala, Kade Thexton. Missing the team photo are coach Brian Dreiling and assistants Cody Schmidt, Corey Chansler and Abe Council.

MCPHERSON — The Bombers 11-and-under baseball team (30-7) coached by Brian Dreiling continued its winning ways by barreling through the McPherson Tournament.   

The boys won four games and outscored their opponents by a score of 56-12. The Bombers have won five tournaments and placed runner-up twice.  The 11-and-under team plays in the USSSA State Tournament at Kansas City June 25-26.

In other Bombers action:

15 UNDER — Coach Chris Umphres’ 15-and-under Bombers competed in the Wichita World Series and placed runner-up with a 4-1 record. The Bombers (9-3-2) plays in Kansas City next weekend.

13 UNDER —  The 13-and-under Bombers coached by Todd Gilkison finished 0-3-1 at Oklahoma. The 13-and-under Bombers (12-13-2) play at the Great Bend tourney next weekend.

9 UNDER — The 9-and-under Bombers coached by Kris Sundahl finished 2-1 at McPherson. The team (13-12) plays at Great Bend next weekend.

8 UNDER — Coach Clint Pangburn’s 8-and-under Bombers finished 2-1 at McPherson. The team (25-7) plays at Great Bend next weekend.

7 UNDER — Coach Rich Baskerville's team competed in the Wichita Father’s Day tournament and finished 1-2.  Against mainly 8-and-under teams their record is 4-14.  Next tournament action in Great Bend next weekend.

The Bombers 12-and-under (25-4-1) and 14-and-under (25-6) play in the USSSA State Tournanent in Kansas City next weekend.

The 10-and-under team (21-7-1) was unable to compete at the USSSA State tournament due to injuries. They will compete  June 25-26 at Wichita.