YUTAN – The Wahoo State Bank Reds recorded a 2-1 record while competing in a weekend tournament in Yutan.

The tournament was supposed to begin on June 21, but got pushed back a day to June 22.

The tournament started with 3-2 win over Omaha Concordia on Saturday morning.

The Reds took a 2-1 lead after scoring two in the bottom of the third inning.

Concordia tied the game with a run in the top of the sixth, but the Reds were able to pull out the win with a run in the bottom of the seventh inning.

The Reds got a dominating six-and-two-thirds innings out of starter Nick Oden.

Oden allowed just two hits and two runs while striking out four, but was tagged with a no decision.

Karson Hesser faced one hitter in the top of the seventh innings, recorded a strikeout and earned the victory.

Hesser drove in two third inning runs with a double and it was Trey Ahrens delivering the game winning hit in the seventh.

Jarrett Kmiecik added two hits for the Reds.

The Reds returned to the field on Saturday afternoon for a game against Millard United and were defeated by a score of 6-3.

Nolan Sabatka started and took the loss despite working six solid innings, striking out seven and walking just one.

Hesser and Ahrens both reached base twice against

Millard.

The next day the Reds returned to the diamond for a game against Auburn.

The Reds needed just five innings to record the 10-2 win.

The Reds scored five runs in the first inning and never looked back while posting the win.

They added two more in the third, two in the fourth and one more in the fifth to pull away for the victory.

The Reds finished with 10 base hits and were paced by three hits and two RBI from Collin Morrissey.

Colby Bliss also drove in a pair of runs for the Reds and Tyler Blair and Oden each added a pair of hits.

Morrissey and Kmiecik combined to allow two runs and six hits in five innings of work. Kmiecik earned the win for the Reds who improved to 13-8 with the win.

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