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 Season Standings
Team W L PCT GB
 Liberal 30 12 0.714 0
 Hays 28 12 0.700 1
 Derby 28 12 0.700 1
 Great Bend 21 19 0.525 8
 Dodge City 21 19 0.525 8
 El Dorado 20 20 0.500 9
 Haysville 10 30 0.250 19
 Oklahoma City 4 38 0.095 26


  Game Highlights
Twins hammer out 16 runs vs. Dodge City
Twins lose late lead, fall at Hays
Dominguez leads Twins to 5-4 win at Hays
Fehr drives in all 3 in Twins win
Twins split double-header with Broncos
Britt scatters 5 hits in complete game shutout gem
Twins get late surge, pull away for win
Twins rally late for second straight night
Twins edge Dodge City on strong outing by Constantine
Twins extra inning win secures week off for World Series
Twins rally for two out win vs. Great Bend
Batcats pull away from Twins on 4 homer night
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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


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