Published in the Iola Register on Jul. 8, 2013.

CNB sweeps Washington

WASHINGTON — Citizens National Bank swept a K-18 Baseball doubleheader from Washington on Friday night.
Isaac Meyer and Trevor Lowell combined for six hits and seven runs batted in as Citizens National Bank pulled out a 13-10 in the first game.
Citizens National Bank put up seven runs in the second inning, four on a grand slam home runs by Lowell on its way to an 11-4 victory in the second game.
Finishing the regular season at 15-9, Citizens National Bank is scheduled to play Clay Center Black at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the opening round of the K-18 Baseball League Tournament in Washington.
Citizens National Bank, trailing 1-0, scored six runs in the top of the second inning in game one against Washington.
Washington picked up two runs in the second inning and two in the third to make it 6-5.
Each team scored three runs in the fourth inning, and Citizens National Bank led 9-8.
Citizens National Bank added four runs in the top of the fifth inning to extend the lead to 13-10.
Washington scored two runs in the bottom of the inning.
Billy Bechard pitched the first three innings for Citizens National Bank. Meyer worked two innings and Brent Beaumont pitched the fifth.
Meyer had four hits in four at bats, drove in four runs and scored three.
Lowell was 2-for-4 at the plate with three runs batted in.
Bechard had two hits and drove in two runs.
Tyler Stupka had three hits.
Rope Dorman had two hits and scored two runs.
The second game was tied at 1-1 after one inning of play.
Citizens National Bank sent 10 batters to the plate, and scored seven runs in the top of the second inning to go on top 8-1.
Lowell homered with the bases loaded.
Washington got three runs back in the bottom of the second, and trailed 8-4.
Citizens National Bank added two runs in the fourth inning and one in the fifth.
Beaumont pitched the first two innings for Citizens National Bank. Cole Larsen finished up.
Lowell was 2-for-4 with four runs batted in.
Beamont had three hits and drove in two runs.
Meyer and Bechard had two hits and scored two runs each.