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Indians beat Ulysses to move on in Class 4A regional action
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LARNED — Ulysses High School’s boys’ baseball team scored a run in the top of the first inning of a Class 4A regional baseball tournament quarterfinal game on Monday afternoon.
Larned responded with three in the bottom of the first on its way to a 10-5 win.
Larned will play Pratt, which beat Russell 7-4 on Monday, at Hugoton on Wednesday.
Brady Keith led the Indians with three RBIs, going 2-for-3.
Easton Palmer hit 2 of 3 with a triple. Both Keith and Palmer had two stolen bases.
Trey Kraisinger took the mound for the Indians, scattering 10 hits, allowing five runs and recorded three strikeouts.

Cardinals come up short against Hugoton
HUGOTON — Hoisington’s rally in the seventh inning came up short in a 4A regional baseball tournament quarterfinal game against Hugoton on Monday.
The Cardinals fell 5-4 to end their season 5-15.
Hoisington trailed 5-0 heading into the sixth inning before getting onto the score board.
Colton Zink, Braeden Crites and Bryce Steiner each drove in a run to make it 5-3 heading into the final inning.
Zink’s RBI came on the lone extra-base hit for the Cardinals — a double.
Ethan Woodcock drove in a run in the seventh to make it 5-4, and Hoisington had the tying run on third and the go-ahead run on first when Zink hit a liner down the right-field line for the final out.

                                                      — Kevin Price