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 Liberal 11 3 0.785 0
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 Derby 10 4 0.714 1
 Dodge City 7 6 0.538 3.5
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 Great Bend 5 10 0.333 6.5
 Haysville 5 10 0.333 6.5
 Oklahoma City 3 11 0.214 8

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Twins pound Aviators early to win 10-4
Twins hammer out 16 runs vs. Dodge City
Twins lose late lead, fall at Hays

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Twins pound Aviators early to win 10-4
The Derby Twins scored 4 first inning runs and never looked back to defeat the Haysville Aviators 10-4 Sunday night at Vulcan Field in Haysville. The Twins started the game with three straight singles by Michael Urquidi, Brooks Zimmerman, and Anthony Dominguez to load the bases and set up Tyler Myers' sacrifice fly to left scoring Urquidi from third. Jacob Means followed with a three run homer to left giving the Twins a 4-0, top of the first lead. Zimmerman then lined a double to centerfield in the second inning scoring two more Derby runs. He later scored in the frame when he was driven home by Tyler Myers giving the Twins a 7-1 lead in the second. The Twins pounded out 18 hits on the night, with 4 players leading the way with three hits each. Jed Moscot (1-0) threw the first four innings for Derby to get the win, allowing 2 hits, 1 earned run, while walking 3 and striking out 3. The Twins now have 5 wins on the season, which ties them for most in the Jayhawk League. They will have Monday off and open a three game series with El Dorado Tuesday night in El Dorado.
Twins hammer out 16 runs vs. Dodge City
The Derby Twins opened their three game series with Dodge City by pounding out 16 runs on 15 hits for a 16-6 win Friday night at Panther Field in Derby. 7 of Derby's 16 runs came in the second inning, as they sent 11 batters to the plate, and scored 7 runs on 5 hits. Joe Faulk (2-4, 1 RBI) had the only extra base hit of the inning, while Lane Bourland (2-4, 2 RBI) drove home a pair in the inning with a 2 RBI single to left. The Twins were held scoreless in just two frames on the night, while they added a pair of three run innings in the 5th and 7th on their way to the victory. Noah Bland and Connor Basler led the way with three hits apiece, while Bland and Davis Elliott also stole three bases each. Kyle Britt picked up his first win of the season while Dodge City's Riley Ornito took the loss. Derby picked up their 7th win of the season with the win, staying a game behind Liberal in the Jayhawk League standings. The Twins and Dodge City play game two of their three game series tonight at Panther Field at 7:00
Twins lose late lead, fall at Hays
The Hays Larks rallied for a pair of two run innings for a come from behind, 4-2 win over Derby Friday night in Hays. Hays first two runs came in the seventh on a two RBI single by catcher Michael Gangwish, who delivered the fourth single of the inning and the first off reliever Eric Reardon to tie the game at 2. Reardon help the Twins escape the inning tied at two, only to walk lead off batter Trey Ochoa in the 8th that led to the eventual game winning run. After Ochoa's walk, Matthew Dallas came on to give up a single to the next batter Jonathan Soberanes putting runners at the corners. Clayton Rasbeary followed with a sacrifice fly off Dallas scoring Ochoa, and later Spencer Packard singled home Soberanes from second putting Hays up by the 4-2 final. Twins starter Kyle Britt went 6.1 innings before giving way to Reardon after allowing three straight singles in the 7th to start the inning. However, they were three of only 5 hits allowed by Britt on the night, while he struck out 3 and walked none. Lane Bourland and Connor Basler had back to back RBI singles in the top of the 4th inning to give the Twins a 2-0 lead, but the Twins went the final 5 innings picking up just 3 hits. With the loss, the Twins fall into sole possession of third place in the Jayhawk League, a game behind Hays while both are chasing Liberal, who began the night two games ahead of both teams. The Twins and Hays play game two of their series Saturday night in Hays at 7:00
Anthony Dominguez went two for four with three RBI's and a run scored, and it was his second hit of the night proved to be the difference in the game when he lined an 8th inning solo home run to right field giving the Twins a 5-4 lead. Matt Cook and Matthew Dallas pitched scoreless innings in the 8th and 9th securing the Twins 5-4 victory. Dominguez first hit of the night helped the Twins pull within a run at 3-2 in the top of the third inning when he stroked a two RBI single scoring Joe Faulk and Connor Basler. One batter later, Tyler McNamara brought home Michael Urquidi on a sacrifice fly to right, tying the score at 3-3. The three run third followed a three run second by Hays when Clayton Rasbeary delivered a three run homer to right off Twins starter Jed Moscot. Each team traded a run after that leading up to Dominguez's go ahead homer in the 8th. Moscot went 7 innings, allowing 5 hits and 4 earned runs to get the win, while Dallas picked up the save. With the win, Derby pulled back even with Hays in second place in the Jayhawk League standings. Both teams trail first place Liberal by two games entering play Sunday night. The Twins and Hays play the third and final game of their series tonight at 7 p.m.

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