Nick Rose drew a bases-loaded walk to force home the winning run in a 5-4, 10-inning win against Joplin Thursday. The walk was the fourth of the inning for the Tigers, who scored the game-winner without a base hit. Before the walk-off walk, the game had been a rollercoaster, with
Willard scored two runs in the top of the first, another in the top of the second, and held on for a 4-1 win at Republic Tuesday. Willard, ranked #3 in Class 5, out-hit Republic 6-3 and too advantage of three Republic errors in the win. Republic starter Jordan Carter
A Parkview throwing error allowed Republic to score a run in the bottom of the 7th inning and escape with a 4-3 win over the Vikings in Republic Monday. It was an appropriate end to to a game in which all four Tiger runs scored because of Parkview miscues in
Republic’s Jordan Carter and Nick Rose combined to allow just three hits in a 10-2 win at home against Bolivar Friday. Carter picked up the win. He pitched five innings, allowing two runs (0 earned) on just two hits. He didn’t walk or strike out a batter. Tyler Cavener reached
Republic’s Jared Hughes and Carthage’s Trason Vogt pitched nearly identical games Thursday, with one difference: Carthage managed to push three runs across the plate, and Republic didn’t. It resulted in a 3-0 Carthage win in a Central Ozark Conference matchup. Other than the runs, the pitching lines for Hughes and
Ryker Harrington scored three runs in the leadoff spot and Tyler Cavener drove in a pair, as Republic beat Branson on the road in a Central Ozark Conference game, 6-3. Clayton Crowley nearly went the distance on the mound to earn the win. Harrington, who’s batted leadoff the past two
Easton Prevo was 3-for-3 with two runs scored and Jaden Duvall added two base hits to lead Republic past Carl Junction in a Central Ozark Conference win, 7-5. Republic out-hit the Bulldogs 11-8 and overcame five fielding errors to grab the win. The Tigers scored four runs in the second
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