WAHOO – The Wahoo State Bank Reds suffered their first loss of the season on May 30 at Boyd Park in Omaha against Omaha Central.
The Eagles downed the Reds by a score of 4-3.
The Reds led 3-0 after two innings only to see the home team score a pair of runs in the third inning and two more in the fifth.
Red starter Nolan Sabatka pitched well, allowing just four runs on four hits in six innings while striking out five and walking just two.
WSB finished with just six base hits (one after the second inning). Nick Oden and Trey Ahrens combined
to drive in all three runs, while Collin Morrissey, Jarret Kmiecik and Karson Hesser added hits.
The Reds returned to Sam Crawford to welcome York, Mount Michael and Kearney to Wahoo for a weekend tournament.
Sunshine and temperate climes rained down on the Reds and their opponents on Saturday and Sunday.
The bankers opened with a dominating 15-1 five inning win over York on Saturday.
The Reds finished with eight base hits and were able to take advantage of four York errors.
Hesser drove in four runs and scored three times while teammate Trevin Luben added a pair of run-scoring doubles. Oden also drove in
a pair of runs.
Kmiecik started and worked four efficient innings while earning his second win of the season.
A few hours later, the Reds returned to the diamond for a wild affair with Elkhorn Mount Michael which featured 31 runs, 42 hits and 55 baserunners in a more than four-hour marathon.
WSB trailed 15-14 going into the bottom of the seventh inning, but a two-run base hit by Hesser allowed the home team to go home winners.
It was one of four hits for Hesser. Luben added four more hits and scored three times.
Catcher Tyler Blair also drove in four runs for the home team.
Oden worked five innings in relief and earned the win for WSB.
On Sunday, the Reds were able to make it three wins in a row with a come-from-behind 6-3 win over Kearney.
The game was tied at three until the home team was able to score single tallies in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings.
The pitching was good as the two teams combined for just 10 base hits and WSB was able to win despite committing three errors.
Ahrens and Blair came up with big hits for the home team, driving in two apiece.
Ahrens went the distance on the mound for the Reds, earning his first win of the season.
The three wins improved the Reds’ season record to 6-2.