HASTINGS – The Dirt Devil 10s and 12s both saw their season come to an end Saturday in state tournament competition.
In Hastings on Friday, the 10s went 1-1 with a loss to Tractorhouse (12-6) and win over Edge (4-3). The team then fought off one elimination game Saturday afternoon over Falls City (11-5) but ended their season following a 7-6 defeat to Auburn. The Dirt Devil 10s went 15-18 in 2019.
During the win over Falls City, Nyla Bolles recorded a homerun to go along with two RBI for Wayne. Jordyn Gamble singled and drove in two runs while Justice Olson and Reagan McGuire both singled and drove in a run.
Reagan McGuire picked up the win in two innings allowing one run off one hit while striking out four batters and walking three. Kinnley McGuire worked an inning allowing four runs (two earned) off two hits while striking out and walking one batter each.
From the loss to Auburn, Reagan McGuire and Bolles both singled twice and drove in a run for Wayne. Anna Dutcher accounted for a RBI.
Reagan McGuire suffered the loss in three and two-thirds allowing seven runs (three earned) off four hits while striking out five batters and walking three.
The Dirt Devil 12s won their opening round game Friday over Plattsmouth Blue Lightning (5-1) but then dropped both Saturday games of 10-9 to the York Fusion and 6-2 against Dmilaco Black. The Dirt Devil 12s ended their season at 29-12.
In the loss to York, Delaney Kruse singled, doubled twice and drove in two runs while Taytem Ellis doubled twice and drove in run for Wayne. Kierah Haase singled, doubled and drove in a run; Mackenzie Nissen singled and drove in a run; Jersi Jensen singled as Sammi Gubbels and Caitlyn Mostek both accounted for a RBI.
Rylin Hall and Sammi Gubbels combined for the loss. Hall allowed five earned runs off one hit while striking out one batter and walking four as Gubbels allowed five earned runs off seven hits while striking out three batters and walking two.
From the loss to Dmilaco Black, Ellis singled twice and drove in a run as Nissen singled and drove in a run for Wayne. Jensen singled twice while Haase singled.
Nissen suffered the loss in five innings allowing six earned runs off 12 hits while striking out three batters.