News Tribune sports writer
Win 6-5 against Comets
WARDSVILLE — There wasn’t a person at the Falcon Athletic Complex that wanted a hit more than Hayden Haney.
Jefferson City coach Brian Ash thinks there are better outings to come from Travis Hennessy.
Throughout the early part of his career at Calvary Lutheran, Beau Monson has made a habit of coming out of the bullpen.
When John Moseley visited the Lincoln University campus for the first time last week, he couldn’t help but feel excited.
Adam Grunden connected with an RBI double to give the Jays a one-run lead and Jefferson City held on to claim a 4-3 victory against Blair Oaks in final round of pool play in the Capital City Invitational on Saturday at Vivion Field.
In win against Blue Springs
For eight innings, Jake Pridgin sat on the bench in the third-base dugout at Vivion Field. The Jefferson City junior never lost focus, and it showed when he got the opportunity to shine.
Adam Grunden, Jacob Weirich and Blaine Meyer combined to throw a one-hit shutout as Jefferson City held off Waynesville 4-0 on Wednesday at Vivion Field.
Jefferson City has proven it has the ability to compete against high-caliber baseball teams. But the Jays believe there is still room for improvement.
Tipton coach Andy Turner was confident when he brought in Grant Huhmann from third base with one out and the bases loaded in the first inning. The Cardinals’ ace didn’t disappoint.
The Blue Tigers combined to commit five errors and stranded nine baserunners on the day as No. 28 Central Missouri swept a Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association doubleheader, 14-3 and 6-4, on Saturday at Lincoln Field.