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Larks blast Broncos

Published on -7/10/2013, 7:50 AM

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By The Hays Daily News

EL DORADO --  The Hays Larks got back on winning track in a big way.

Hays blasted out 19 hits, posted 18 runs and routed the second-place El Dorado Broncos 18-3 on Tuesday night.

Leadoff hitter Aaron Cornell was a double shy of the cycle, and was one of five Larks to hit a home run as Hays posted five runs in the second and 11 in the third to blow the game open.

Cornell finished 3 for 5, drove in five runs, and had the homer and a triple. Zair Koeiman, Ty Gilmore, Taylor Petersen and Blair Beck also homered.

Koeiman finished 2 for 5 with two runs scored and four driven in. Petersen was 4 for 5 with four runs scored and three driven in, and Gilmore finished 3 for 5 with a run scored and three RBIs.

Meanwhile, Nick Goza (4-0) went deep again, pitching eight innings. A week after a complete game, Goza gave up three runs to El Dorado on six hits with five strikeouts and no walks. David Owen pitched a scoreless inning of relief.

The win moves the Larks to 23-8 overall and 16-8 atop the Jayhawk League. El Dorado (18-12 overall, 15-11 JL) fell two games back of Hays. The two meet again today at 7 p.m. in the second of a three-game set.

In other league action, Wellington (21-11, 14-11) topped Liberal (16-12, 11-12) 12-4, and Dodge City (13-16, 6-16) beat Derby (13-15, 11-15), 10-4.

Larks linescore

Hays 18, El Dorado 3

H (23-8, 16-8) 05(11) 000 020 --  18 19 0

ED (18-12, 15-11) 010 000 020 -- 3 7 0

Goza, Owen (9) and Neve; Moore, Ware (3), Clay (7), Taylor (9) and Parrott. W -- Goza (4-0). L -- Moore. 2B --  Petersen, Koeiman, Gilmore, Hays; Clay, Coen, El Dorado. 3B -- Cornell, Hays. HR --  Cornell, Petersen, Koeiman, Beck, Daily, Hays; Droll, Taylor, El Dorado.

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