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Travelers’ season comes to close at Zone Tournament

The Sedalia Post 642 Travelers had an early exit from the Senior Legion Zone 2 Tournament.

Bombers infielder Will Muench rounds second base and heads for third after hitting a triple in the eighth inning of the MINK League Wild Card game against the Chillicothe Mudcats Monday, July 22.


Photo by Jack Denebeim | Democrat

Bombers reflect after season ends in playoffs to Chillicothe

A runner on third, no outs and a dugout full of life.
The Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team celebrates winning the Zone 2 Tournament championship Sunday, July 21. The team defeated Mule Club Post 131 8-0 to secure the title.


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Junior Legion defeats Mule Club to win Zone 2 title

After losing to Mule Club Post 131 Friday, July 19, the Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team knew there was only one thing they could do: Fight.
Sedalia Post 642 AUX pitcher Adam Rowe pitches the ball against Mule Club Post 131 in the Class AA Zone 2 Tournament championship game Saturday, July 20. Rowe pitched all seven innings of the game, allowed one run and struck out six batters.


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Junior Legion punches ticket to state with win over Fike

A season-long goal finally came to fruition for the Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team.
Sedalia Post 642 AUX pitcher Gabe Berry pitches the ball against Mule Club Post 131 Friday, July 19. Berry pitched all seven innings, allowed two runs and struck out four batters.


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Post 642 faces elimination after loss to Warrensburg

The Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team had no trouble getting runners on base Friday, but they just couldn’t find a way to bring them across the plate.

Post 642 Junior Legion wins first game of Zone Tournament

The Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team took care of business in Class AA Zone 2 Tournament semifinals Thursday, July 18.

Bombers secure spot in postseason

The Sedalia Bombers have clinched a spot in the playoffs for a fourth straight season, as the team secured its place in the MINK League postseason Wednesday, July 17.
Casey Vanhorn, right, celebrates hitting a walk-off single with his teammate Logan Brown on June 22.


File photo by Jack Denebeim | Democrat

Freshman Legion caps off successful summer

Freshman Legion head coach James Abey knew there was something special about this summer’s team.
Sam Russo

Russo taking consistency, leadership to Pittsburg State baseball

When Sam Russo steps to the plate, a sense of peace washes over his mind.

Golf Scorecard: Local golfers compete in MO Golf Junior events

Smith-Cotton’s Carter Robinson had the best finish among local golfers who played 18 holes at the Missouri Golf Association’s Junior Tour Event at Sedalia Country Club Monday, July 15.
The Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team celebrates winning the Ozark Open championship game Sunday, July 14. The team defeated Kickapoo 15U 3-2 to earn their fourth tournament championship of the year.


Photo courtesy of the Sedalia Post 642 AUX Facebook page

Legion Roundup: Junior Legion wins Ozark Open championship

The Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team secured its fourth tournament championship of the summer Sunday, July 14.
Bombers outfielder Chris Miller gets ready for a pitch during the game against the Chillicothe Mudcats Sunday, July 14. Miller celebrated his birthday Sunday by hitting two doubles and scoring two runs.


Photo by Jack Denebeim | Democrat

Home playoff game chances shrink for Bombers in loss to Chillicothe

The Sedalia Bombers dropped a crucial game to the Chillicothe Mudcats Sunday, July 14, to make the race for the No. 4 seed even closer.

Beard brings home collection of medals from Summit Slam

Smith-Cotton tennis senior Natalie Beard added some gold to her collection of KC Summer Slam medals this week.
Pitcher Gavin Killion takes the mound for the Bombers. The Northwest alum is 2-1 in his four starts for the Bombers this summer with a 3.00 ERA and 26 strikeouts.


Photo courtesy of Ryan Retone

Northwest alums take in college baseball experience

Going into their freshman baseball seasons at the college level, Northwest alums Grant Burson and Gavin Killion were ready to show that they belonged.
Post 642 AUX outfielder Ian Jackson makes a diving catch in right field during a game against Jefferson City Post 5 Tuesday, July 9.


Photo by Jack Denebeim | Democrat

Junior Legion eyes zone tournament after splitting doubleheader with Jeff City

The Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team played two games Tuesday, July 9, with two very different results.

New hall of famer, Schoonover focuses on making impact with SWAG Sports Performance

Jonathan Schoonover remembers his high school football experience at Mound City High School quite well.
Post 642 outfielder Kaden Wiskur loads up on a pitch during the game against Mule Club Post 131 Monday, July 8. Wiskur had two hits and two RBIs in the team’s 8-0 win.


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Sedalia Junior Legion downs Mules Club in rain shortened matchup

Playing Warrensburg is one thing, but beating Warrensburg takes on a whole other meaning for the Sedalia Post 642 Junior Legion baseball team.
Bombers outfielder Sam Russo hits a ball during the game against the Jefferson City Renegades on July 2. Russo went five for 13 (.385) with six RBIs in the Bombers’ last three games.


File photo by Jack Denebeim | Democrat

Bombers reach five-game losing streak for second time this season

After losing to the Jefferson City Renegades 5-1 Tuesday, July 2, the goal for the Sedalia Bombers was to win at least two of their next three games to go into Fourth of July weekend above .500.
Travelers outfielder Owen Caton, center, is mobbed by his teammates Riley Sanders, left, and Camden Everhart after getting a walk-off hit to secure the team’s win over Oak Grove Post 379 on June 30.


File photo by Jack Denebeim | Democrat

Travelers pick up wins in Missouri-Kansas Showdown

The Sedalia Post 642 Travelers went 2-1 against Kansas competition this weekend in the Missouri-Kansas Showdown.
Chad Clancy (57) and Shadren Turner (1) make a turn in a B-Modifieds featured race at Central Missouri Speedway earlier this season.

Area Roundup: Post 642 Freshmen light up Fayette

The Sedalia Post 642 Freshman baseball team swept Fayette in a doubleheader Monday, July 1, outsourcing their opponent by 20 runs across both games.
Bombers infielder Connor Rice slides into third base during the game against the Jefferson City Renegades Tuesday, July 2. Rice went 1-for-4 and scored a run against the Renegades.


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Bombers can’t find timely hit in loss to Renegades

The hits were there for the Bombers Tuesday night, just not at the right time.
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