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Pitching Gem Gets Mudcats A Win 7/21

     Chillicothe Mudcats pitcher Parker Kirkpatrick threw a complete game shut out to lead the Mudcats to a 2-0 win over St Joseph at Shaffer Park. Kirkpatrick forced three double play groundouts and needed just 90 pitching to complete the accomplishment.
      Kirkpatrick's outing game a game after Trevor Maly went seven innings in a 9-1 Mudcats victory over St Joseph on Tuesday
     Last night the Mudcats Dawsen Bacho drive in both runs with a pair of hits. The first score Kody Gardner in the 3rd and the second brought in Justin Blasinski in the 5th.

    Chillicothe will resume a rain-delayed contest with Clarinda tonight (Friday). The Mudcats battled back from down 8-0 to tie the game at 13-13 but the A's recaptured the lead by scoring two in the ninth before the game was postponed mid inning. After the completion of that game, the teams will play their regular scheduled game in Clarinda.



Several Area Players in Lions All Star Football Game 7/20
      Several former high school football players in the KCHI listening area have been selected for the 41st annual Missouri Lions All Star Football Game this Saturday at Warrensburg High School Football Field with kick off scheduled for 7:00ppm.
     Players are divided into the Blue Squad coached by Devin Johnson of Osage High School and the Gold team coached by Hamilton Coach Caleb Obert.
     Area players on the Gold team include Quarterback Jaran Richmond, Fullback T C East and Offensive Tackle Jude Moore all of Hamilton.
     Area players on the Blue team include Defensive End D J Gerhart and Defensive Lineman Jordan Elam both of Marceline and Offensive Lineman Derrick Sylvester of Milan
     The annual all star game was created to benefit Saving Sight, formerly the Missouri Lions Eye Research Foundation, and has raised over $200,000 for the statewide Lions project

 

 

Mudcats Throttle St Joseph Mustangs 7/19
     The Chillicothe Mudcats used a big 2nd inning to beat the St Joseph Mustangs 9-1 at Shaffer Park on Tuesday. The Mudcats posted seven runs in the 2nd inning, chasing St Joseph starting pitcher Matt Diaz after just an inning and a third to go up 7-0.
     Ramger Iglesias had a two run double in the frame, Tanner Baker and DeVonte Washing each drove in two in the innings.
      Mudcats starting pitcher Trevor Maly allowed the lone run in the 3rd inning, struck out eight and improved to 5-0 in the season.
      The two teams meet again at Shaffer Park on Thursday at 7:05pm


AAA Cardinals Post Season Run Ends
7/17

     The American Legion Post 25 Cardinals district run ended in a championship loss to Moberly.
     After losing to Trenton in the first game on Friday, the Cardinals responded with two wins on Saturday. The Cardinals beat Green City 18-0 thanks to a 5 run 1st and 9 run 3rd inning. The Cardinals had 13 hits led by Gunnar Leach with 2 doubles and a single and Chase Minnick with a double and two singles. Leach and Drew Toedebusch teamed up for the win on the mound, allowing 4 hits.
     Later on Saturday the Cardinals picked up a 12-3 revenge win over Trenton 12-5. Jordan Miller, Austin Murray, Tristen Sewell and Drew Toedebusch all had doubles as part of a 7-hit team effort. Three pitchers teamed up for the win, allowing 5 runs off 9 hits.
     In the District Championship, Moberly scored 3 in the third inning and went on to beat the Cardinals 5-1. The Post 25 Cardinals had just five hits in the game.

 

Summer Sports Games 7/17
     Two Chillicothe High School Fall Sports Teams were in competition over the weekend. The Hornets Football team finished second in their own 7 on 7 Football Tournament. In pool play the Hornets beat Cameron 30-0 and Higginsville 18-13. In tournament play, they beat Cameron a second time 22-6, beat Richmond 22-8 and lost to Higginsville in the championship game 34-26 in double overtime to finish 2nd. A second Hornets team of freshmen and sophomores lost both pool play games then lost to Cameron in a tournament play-in game 19-14.
     On Friday the Chillicothe Soccer team hosted a 3-team jamboree, battling St Paul's Lutheran of Concordia to a scoreless tie then lost to Hannibal 4-0.