Broncbusters win series finale to take the four game series

Broncbusters win series finale to take the four game series

Garden City, KSBrendan Peitsmeyer earned his third win of the season going seven scoreless in the Broncbusters 10-0 victory over Indian Hills in game two of Saturday's doubleheader. Peitsmeyer was spectacular in a much needed performance for the Buster's pitching staff, who worked twenty-six innings in twenty-four hours prior to game four of the series. He only allowed four baserunners on two hits and two walks. His three wins are a KJCCC league best.

The Broncbusters offense was effective early in game four of the four game set against the Falcons. The lead-off batter reached base safely in the first five innings, and manufactured a way to score him four times.

The Broncbusters led 5-0 entering the bottom of the seventh. The offense brought nine Busters to the plate in the seventh as they run-ruled the Falcons 10-0. Brooks Benson's walk-off sacrifice fly to centerfield was the final blow. They plated five runs on three hits, two walks, and a hit batter to complete the five-run inning.

Aeneas Roberson led the offense going 2-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI's. Mason Brown added two hits and two RBI's to finish his day, and Alex Nielsen provided a RBI double and scored twice.

The Broncbusters won the series 3-1 and move to 10-1 on the year.


They will travel to La Junta, CO next Wednesday to take on Otero Junior College in a nine-inning affair.

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