K of C score 10 runs in fifth inning

Concordia Chevrolet/Buick and the Knights of Columbus wrapped up the Peewee Baseball regular season with wins Friday night at the Concordia Sports Complex.
Wyatt Trost and Paul Rundus had three hits and scored three runs each to lead Chevrolet/Buick to a 12-2 win over Family Health Mart.
The Knights of Columbus racked up 10 runs in the fifth inning to finish off a 17-4 win over the Lions.
The City Tournament will begin tonight.
Chevrolet/Buick got out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning against Family Health Mart.
Five runs in the second inning gave Chevrolet/Buick a 9-0 advantage.
Chevrolet/Buick tacked on three runs in the top of the third inning.
Family Health Mart scored its two runs in the bottom of the third.
Hunter Schroeder was the winning pitcher for Chevrolet/Buick.
Shylan Koch-Tyler and Koby Tyler pitched for Family Health Mart.
Austin Krier scored three runs for Chevrolet/Buick. Tryston Jochems had two hits and scored two runs and Tim Peltier had two hits.
The Knights of Columbus trailed the Lions 2-1 after one inning of play.
Scoring two runs in the top of the second inning, the Knights of Columbus went on top to stay, 3-2.
The Knights of Columbus added two runs in the third inning and two in the fourth to go up 7-2.
Sending 13 batters to the plate, the Knights of Columbus put up 10 runs in the top of the third inning, and led 17-2.
The Lions scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth.
Jacob Williams got the win for the Knights of Columbus. He also had two hits and scored three runs.
Luke Anderson scored three runs.
Drake Revell, Kassidy Leiszler, Josiah Elstrom and Eli Steffen scored two runs each.
Beau Bonebrake  had two hits and scored two runs for the Lions.

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