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2008 Game Summaries
Elite Baseball USA Championship (Stillwater, OK)
Travelers 11, Midwest Wolverines 9 (66-7)
The Travelers built a big early lead but had to hold on down the stretch as Randy McCurry struck out the side in the seventh to preserve the championship. Dillon Overton picked up the mound win with four-plus frames in the start, scattering three runs and four hits. McCurry also homered and drove in four runs. Randy Henry, Dayne Parker and Cameron Mann finished with three hits apiece. Parker drove in three and Mann ended with two RBI. Uriah Fisher and Jase Morgan also contributed two hits apiece.
Travelers 7, Arlington TMI Rangers 1 (65-7)
(Elite, Semifinals) - Despite a heat index near 110 degrees, Blake Logan was sensational on the mound in going the distance while allowing four hits and striking out seven. After spotting the Texans a 1-0 lead, the Travelers took the lead for good in the second as Jase Morgan tripled and scored ahead of a Patric Tolentino home run. Dayne Parker posted a pair of doubles and scored twice while Jonathan Gelnar checked in with two hits, including a home run. Brendan McCurry also had a double and two RBI.
Travelers 10, Ozark Merchants 7 (64-7)
(Elite, Quarterfinals) - Brendan McCurry had two hits and drove in a season-high five runs to lead the Travelers to the win. Jonathan Gelnar also chipped in a home run and two RBI. Ryan Houston worked four and one-third solid frames on the mound to pick up the pitching win. Daniel Edwards tossed two frames of relief for the save and also contributed two hits, including his first home run of the season.
Travelers 15, Colorado Drillers 1 (63-7)
(Elite, Pool Play) - A 15-hit offensive flurry was too much for the Drillers in the final pool play game of the national tournament. Cameron Mann tossed five strong innings, yielding five singles while striking out eight, in his first mound start of the season. Randy McCurry ended with three hits, including a double, triple and two RBI. Tyler Hancock also had three hits, including a homer, scored three times and drove in two. Mann aided his own cause with two home runs and four RBI. Jonathan Gelnar chipped in two doubles and two runs batted in. Brendan McCurry chipped in two hits and one RBI.
Travelers 8, Topeka Stars 2 (62-7)
(Elite, Pool Play) - The Travelers broke open a tight game with five runs in the third inning and then rode the pitching of Randy McCurry to the win. The standout righthander scattered five hits, struck out 12 and didn't walk a batter in the complete game effort. Dayne Parker had a single, double and home run to lead the offense. Randy Henry added two homers and three runs batted in. Kelby Tomlinson notched two hits while Randy and Brendan McCurry each homered once.
Travelers 8, Dallas Tigers 0 (61-7)
(Elite, Pool Play) - Randy McCurry homered twice and drove in five while Uriah Fisher fired a five-inning pitching gem to lead the Travelers to victory at OSU. Fisher yielded just two hits and fanned three before Cameron Mann finished it off with a scoreless final frame. Kelby Tomlinson and Mann contributed two hits apiece while Jonathan Gelnar and Patric Tolentino each hit a double and have one RBI.
Travelers 6, St. Louis Pirates 5 (60-7)
(Elite, Pool Play) - After racing to a big early lead, the Travelers had to hold off a late Pirate rally as Randy McCurry posted the final out for the save. Daniel Edwards twirled four innings of relief, scattering three hits, for the pitching win. Randy Henry paced the offense with three hits. Cameron Mann added a double and two RBI. Jonathan Gelnar and Jase Morgan also doubled and drove in one each.
Travelers 24, Texas Hitmen 1 (59-7)
(Elite, Pool Play) - The Traveler offense exploded for 24 runs in just three innings to cruise to the victory. Randy Henry topped the charge with three hits, including two home runs, and seven RBI. Jonathan Gelnar also chipped in three hits, including a homer, and drove in six. Randy McCurry ended with a home run and two RBI and Patric Tolentino and Chase Whitney finished with two hits apiece. Randon Ridling picked up the pitching win in two solid frames of work.
Travelers 9, Wichita Reds 1 (58-7)
(Great Plains, Consolation Final) - Ryan Houston was spectacular on the mound in the Great Plains Tournament of Champions consolation finals, yielding just three singles in six innings with eight strikeouts and no walks. After building a 5-0 cushion, the Travelers put it away with a four-run sixth on the run rule. Dayne Parker contributed a pair of doubles and drove in two. Randy McCurry also added two hits and two RBI while Jonathan Gelnar and Jase Morgan notched two hits and one run batted in apiece.
Travelers 10, Oklahoma Panthers 2 (57-7)
(Great Plains, Consolation Semis) - The Travelers erupted for five runs in the first inning and never looked back, aiding a solid complete-game mound effort by Blake Logan. The righthander scattered five hits and struck out six to go along with two walks. Dillon Overton led the offensive charge with a pair of hits, including a home run, and two runs batted in. Jonathan Gelnar, Randy Henry and Cameron Mann checked in with two hits apiece.
Travelers 11, Oklahoma Rivercats 3 (56-7)
(Great Plains, Pool Play) - Down to their final two outs, the Travelers put together another incredible comeback, scoring nine times in the seventh to erase a 3-2 deficit. Kelby Tomlinson's pinch-hit three-run homer over the rightfield fence gave the Travelers the lead for good while Dayne Parker added a three-run dinger and Randy McCurry a solo blast before the inning was over. Brendan McCurry and Jase Morgan contributed solo home runs earlier in the game. Randy McCurry picked up the pitching win with just one-third of an inning of scoreless relief as Chris Faulkner finished it with a perfect seventh.
Sioux Falls, SD 5, Travelers 4 (55-7)
(Great Plains, Pool Play) - After three early runs the Travelers offense was handcuffed the rest of the way by the Cyclones, managing just three hits after the first. Dillon Overton was charged with the loss, scattering 10 hits over five innings of work. Randy McCurry finished with a home run and three RBI. Jonathan Gelnar checked in with a homer and one batted in.
Travelers 14, Mac-N-Seitz, MO 7 (55-6)
(Great Plains, Pool Play) - The Traveler offense plated six runs on three hits in the final inning to break open a tight game. Daniel Edwards worked four solid frames, scattering three hits for the pitching win while Patric Tolentino posted an inning and one-third of scoreless relief for his second save in as many outings. Uriah Fisher belted a home run and a pair of doubles while driving in six to lead the offensive assault. Brendan McCurry added three hits, including a homer, and three RBI. Tyler Hancock also contributed three hits and drove in three.
Travelers 13, KC Metro Stars 4 (54-6)
(Great Plains, Pool Play) - Cameron Mann celebrated his birthday at Cameron Field in Wichita with a season-high six RBI, belting a single, double and home run to lead the charge. Uriah Fisher worked three solid frames for the pitching victory while Patric Tolentino notched the save with three scoreless frames of relief. Dillon Overton and Dayne Parker chipped in two hits apiece while Jonathan Gelnar and Randy McCurry belted home runs.
Travelers 16, Edmond 6 (53-6)
The Traveler offense exploded for 16 hits to aid a tremendous start from Randon Ridling, who tossed four strong innings, yielding five unearned runs on six hits with five strikeouts for the win. Cameron Mann added three frames of one-hit relief for the save. Randy McCurry sparked the offense with three hits, including a home run, and five runs batted in. Tyler Hancock contributed three hits, including a triple, Kelby Tomlinson had three hits, including a double and triple, while Brendan McCurry checked in with three singles. All drove in two apiece. Dayne Parker and Uriah Fisher also notched two-run homers.
Travelers 12, Edmond 0 (52-6)
Dillon Wilson fired a complete-game two-hit shutout as the Travelers ended it early on the run rule. The southpaw hurler fanned nine and did not walk a batter. After a scoreless first, the Travelers erupted for three runs in the second, two in the third, two in the fourth and five in the fifth. Jonathan Gelnar led the charge with four hits, including a double, home run and five RBI. Randy Henry and Cameron Mann chipped in two hits each, including a homer and two batted in. Jase Morgan added a solo home run, Dillon Overton a run-scoring double and Chase Whitney finished with two singles.
MWC Outlaws 11, Travelers 5 (51-6)
(Route 66, Semifinals) - The Travelers saw their team-record 36-game winning streak snapped as the Outlaws scored four runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth to erase a 4-3 Traveler lead in the Route 66 Classic semifinals. Randy McCurry was charged with the loss, yielding seven runs in four and one-third innings. The Travelers posted 12 hits as Jonathan Gelnar, McCurry, Cameron Mann, Uriah Fisher and Dillon Overton had two each. McCurry blasted his 13th home run of the season.
Travelers 9, Midwest Wolverines 17s 1 (51-5)
(Route 66, Pool Play) - Blake Logan tossed a complete game gem and the Travelers scored at least one run in all but one inning. Logan allowed just three hits and struck out eight. Randy McCurry sparked the offensive attack with three hits, including a double and drove in five as well. Jonathan Gelnar added two hits with a double and one run batted in.
Travelers 5, Cherry Creek, CO 2 (50-5)
(Route 66, Pool Play) - Dillon Overton twirled six stellar innings and Dayne Parker blasted a go-ahead solo home run in the fifth to turn back the Colorado powerhouse. Overton scattered six hits and fanned seven before Randy McCurry came on in the seventh to slam the door for the save. Jonathan Gelnar topped the offense with three hits, including a triple. Parker also chipped in a double while Brendan McCurry and Uriah Fisher ended with a triple and one RBI each.
Travelers 19, Pueblo, CO 5 (49-5)
(Route 66, Pool Play) - The Traveler offense scored early and often en route to the run-rule triumph. Randy McCurry led the charge with three hits, including a grand slam, and finished with five RBI. Cameron Mann also contributed three hits, including a home run and two RBI. Brendan McCurry added a pair of doubles and drove in four. Dayne Parker, Uriah Fisher and Kelby Tomlinson had two hits apiece. Ryan Houston picked up the pitching victory.
Travelers 12, Lawton 0 (48-5)
(Route 66, Pool Play) - Daniel Edwards fired four strong innings, scattering two hits with six strikeouts and no walks for the pitching win. The Traveler offense scored at least once in every inning of the run rule. Dayne Parker topped the assault with three hits, two runs scored and one RBI. Cameron Mann chipped in two doubles and a ribbie. Randy Henry and Dillon Overton contributed two singles each along with two RBI. Randy McCurry checked in with a three-run homer as well.
Travelers 15, Springfield, MO 3 (47-5)
(Route 66, Pool Play) - The Travelers got a leadoff home run from Jonathan Gelnar and never looked back in the run-rule win. Uriah Fisher led the offensive charge with two home runs, a double and five runs batted in. Gelnar totaled two hits and two RBI while Randy McCurry and Tyler Hancock chipped in two RBI as well with a triple and double respectively. Dillon Wilson worked three innings, allowing two hits with seven strikeouts for the win. Randon Ridling added two perfect innings of relief with four strikeouts.
Razorback Classic Championship (Fayetteville, AR)
Travelers 8, Austin Wings 1 (46-5)
Jonathan Gelnar blasted a two-run homer and Dayne Parker added a three-run bomb to spark a five-run fifth as the Travelers broke open a tight game and captured their third consecutive tournament title. That was plenty of offensive support for Randy McCurry work work five innings on the mound, yielding one run on two hits with six strikeouts to get the win. He also helped his own cause at the plate with three hits, including two doubles and one RBI. Daniel Edwards chipped in two scoreless innings of relief on the mound.
Travelers 7, Houston Heat 3 (45-5)
(Razorback, Pool Play) - After being no-hit through five innings, the Travelers exploded with back-to-back solo home runs by Randy and Brendan McCurry to tie the score in the sixth. Jonathan Gelnar's RBI single put the Travelers ahead and Randy Henry followed with a three-run homer as well. Dillon Overton went the distance on the mound, scattering four hits while striking out seven and walking two to pick up the pitching win in the team's record-breaking 30th straight victory.
Travelers 7, Dallas Mustangs 17s 6 (44-5)
(Razorback, Pool Play) - Cameron Mann's RBI single in bottom of the sixth broke a 6-6 deadlock and gave the Travelers the victory. Mann also chipped in a home run and ended with three RBI. Randy McCurry notched two hits and drove in a run while Tyler Hancock had a home run and two RBI. Brendan McCurry recorded the pitching win in one and one-third frames of relief, yielding one run on two hits with three strikeouts.
Travelers 16, Rawlings Prospects 13 (43-5)
(Razorback, Pool Play) - In one of the greatest comebacks in their 45-year history, the Travelers scored eight runs with two outs in the seventh inning to rally for a wild victory over the St. Louis area powerhouse. Dillon Overton's grand slam proved to be the game-winner, helping erase a 13-8 deficit. Brendan McCurry picked up the pitching win with one frame of solid relief and was also one of the hitting stars with two doubles, two singles and three runs batted in. Randy McCurry came on to strike out the side in the bottom of the seventh for the save in addition to his two hits. Cameron Mann finished with a double, home run and three RBI while Overton drove in five. Jonathan Gelnar also homered and finished with three ribbies.
Travelers 9, Springdale, AR 0 (42-5)
(Razorback, Pool Play) - The Travelers picked up the tournament forfeit victory when the Arkansas squad was unable to show up for the completion of the rain-suspended contest. Dillon Wilson was credited with the pitching victory after pitching one perfect inning with two strikeouts before the rains came.
Travelers 8, Nebraska Sluggers 0 (41-5)
(Razorback, Pool Play) - The Traveler offense needed just 10 pitches to break on top 5-0 and never looked back. Daniel Edwards fired five stellar innings, allowing just two hits, for the pitching win. Brendan McCurry blasted a pair of solo home runs while Randy McCurry also added a solo blast and Jase Morgan chipped in a two-run homer and a single. Dayne Parker ended with a double and drove in two while Jonathan Gelnar contributed two hits and one RBI.
Sierra Nevada Classic Championship (Reno, NV)
Travelers 8, Hawaii Dragons 2 (40-5)
Tournament MVP Randy McCurry fired a complete game five-hitter, allowing just one earned run while fanning five batters. The Travelers held a slim 2-1 lead in the fifth before opening things up with three runs in the frame before putting it away with three more in the sixth. Dayne Parker, Jase Morgan, Brendan McCurry and Uriah Fisher totaled two hits each. Parker drove in two. Fisher was also named the tournament's Cy Young Award winner for most outstanding pitcher. Jonathan Gelnar and Randy Henry were selected to the All-Tournament team.
Travelers 13, Santa Rosa, CA 3 (39-5)
(Sierra, Pool Play) - Uriah Fisher posted his second pitching victory of the tournament, yielding three runs on just four hits with five strikeouts in the five-inning run rule. The Traveler offense exploded for runs in every inning, plating one in the first, three in the second, three in the third and six in the fourth. Dayne Parker and Jonathan Gelnar contributed a home run and single apiece. Parker drove in three and Gelnar had two RBI. Jase Morgan and Cameron Mann added two hits apiece, including one double each.
Travelers 8, Mountain View, ID 1 (38-5)
(Sierra, Pool Play) - Ryan Houston and Cameron Mann combined to scatter seven hits and strike out seven in another pitching gem. The Traeler offense notched two runs in the second and third stanzas, keyed by a Patric Tolentino two-run double. They then put it away in the fifth thanks to RBI doubles by Brendan McCurry and Dillon Overton as well as a two-run single from Randy Henry. Henry and Brendan and Randy McCurry ended with two hits apiece.
Travelers 10, Chico, CA 3 (37-5)
(Sierra, Pool Play) - The Travelers won an undefeated pool play shootout as Blake Logan picked up the pitching win in five and two-third outstanding innings, scattering five hits with five strikeouts and two walks. Randy McCurry added an inning and one-third of one-hit relief. The Traveler offense opened things up with five runs in the third, keyed by a three-run homer from Jase Morgan. Randy McCurry also homered and doubled. Uriah Fisher ended with a team-high three hits, including a double. Jonathan Gelnar and Randy Henry notched two hits apiece.
Travelers 9, Sierra Sun Devils 3 (36-5)
A 17-hit eruption by the Traveler offense was plenty of support for Dayne Parker, who recorded the pitching win with five strong innings in his first start of the season. The righthander scattered six hits and struck out four. Patric Tolentino finished with two one-hit frames of relief work. Randy McCurry finished with three hits, including a double, home run and two runs batted in. Randy Henry had three hits and drove in two while Jase Morgan also added three hits and one RBI. Brendan McCurry homered and ended with two hits. Jonathan Gelnar and Uriah Fisher also chipped in two hits each.
Travelers 8, Sierra Sun Devils 2 (35-5)
The Travelers capitalized on timely hitting and five Sun Devil errors, plating two runs in four different innings. Dillon Wilson notched the pitching win, scattering four hits with seven strikeouts over four and one-third innings. Brendan McCurry picked up his first save with two and two-third frames of scoreless, no-hit relief while adding three strikeouts. Jonathan Gelnar led the offense with three hits, including a double and two RBI. Dayne Parker added a home run, single and three runs batted in.
Travelers 6, Santa Rosa, CA 3 (34-5)
(Sierra, Pool Play) - Southpaw Dillon Overton was sensational with six strong innings, allowing just one unearned run on three hits with four strikeouts and no walks for the pitching win. Jonathan Gelnar led the offensive charge with a pair of doubles and two runs scored. Patric Tolentino also finished with two hits while Brendan McCurry and Randy Henry contributed one hit and two RBI each.
Travelers 23, Reno Rebels 15 (33-5)
In their top offensive game of the season, the Travelers blasted 22 hits in a wild marathon. Patric Tolentino twirled two and two-third innings of one-hit scoreless relief for the victory. Dillon Overton, Cameron Mann and Kelby Tomlinson ended with four hits each. Overton had a double, homer and two RBI while Mann chipped in three doubles, a home run and three ribbies. Tomlinson ended with a double, triple and team-high four batted in. Tyler Hancock added three hits, including two home runs, and three batted in. Chase Whitney and Blake Logan finished with two hits apiece.
Travelers 4, Yakima, WA 1 (32-5)
(Sierra, Pool Play) - Jase Morgan and Cameron Mann homered and the Travelers got a stellar combined pitching effort from Uriah Fisher and Daniel Edwards in the Sierra Nevada Classic opener. Fisher yielded one unearned run on two hits in four frames to pick up the victory while Edwards posted his first save with three stanzas of no-hit relief. Morgan and Randy Henry ended with two hits apiece.
Travelers 17, Joplin, MO 4 (31-5)
The Travelers finished off the four-game sweep by pounding out 15 hits in just four innings for the run rule. Ryan Houston posted the pitching win, yielding four runs on eight hits with five strikeouts over four stanzas. Brendan McCurry added one scoreless frame of relief. Jonathan Gelnar, Randy Henry and Brendan McCurry finished with three hits apiece. Randy McCurry also had two hits while Tyler Palmer had one hit and three RBI. Patric Tolentino and Cameron Mann chipped in one hit and drove in two runs each.
Travelers 10, Joplin, MO 9 (30-5)
Brendan McCurry's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh scored Jonathan Gelnar to break a 9-9 deadlock and give the Travelers the wild victory. The Travelers trailed 5-1 in the second before tying the contest 6-6 in the fourth on a pair of triples from Tyler Hancock and Randy McCurry. The Travelers went in front 9-6 in the fifth before watching the Miners knot the score in the top of the seventh, setting up the dramatic final flurry. Dillon Overton recorded the mound victory with two innings of relief. Gelnar led the offense with four hits, including a pair of doubles and scored four runs. Uriah Fisher chipped in three doubles while Hancock, Randy Henry and Randy and Brendan McCurry ended with two hits each.
Travelers 10, Joplin, MO 2 (29-5)
Blake Logan fired five solid stanzas and the Traveler offense scored at least once in every inning en route to the five-inning run rule. Logan scattered four hits and seven to go with one walk. Cameron Mann notched three hits, including a pair of doubles, to pace the offense. Jonathan Gelnar and Tyler Hancock added two hits each while Randy McCurry belted his sixth home run of the season. Dillon Overton chipped in one hit and scored three times.
Travelers 6, Joplin, MO 1 (28-5)
The Travelers trailed 1-0 in the fifth before exploding for five runs on three hits in the bottom of the frame to take the lead for good. Dayne Parker's RBI single tied the score and Randy McCurry's two-run single proved to be the eventual game winner. Dillon Wilson allowed one run on three hits with four strikeouts in five innings to pick up the pitching win. McCurry tossed two scoreless stanzas of relief for the save. Jonathan Gelnar and Kelby Tomlinson finished with two hits apiece to lead the offense.
Travelers 10, Edmond 2 (27-5)
Cameron Mann tossed four no-hit innings of relief, fanning four, to pick up the pitching win. The Travelers broke a 2-2 deadlock in the third on a three-run homer from Brendan McCurry and then pushed across four runs in the fourth and one in the sixth to end it early. McCurry, Dayne Parker, Randy Henry and Ray Johnson totaled a pair of hits apiece. Jonathan Gelnar and Randy McCurry added doubles in the 11-hit barrage.
Travelers 11, Edmond 3 (26-5)
Leading just 5-3 in the sixth, the Travelers put it away with six runs on just three hits in the stanza to end it on the run rule. Uriah Fisher picked up the pitching win, yielding just one earned run on five hits with seven strikeouts. Patric Tolentino fired the final stanza, allowing two hits, to record the save. Jonathan Gelnar led the offensive charge with three hits, including a pair of doubles and three runs batted in. Tyler Hancock also contributed three hits, including a triple, and two RBI. Randy McCurry chipped in a double and single while scoring twice.
Tony Andenucio Tournament Championship (Pueblo, CO)
Travelers 12, Farmington, NM 4 (25-5)
The Travelers ran their Pueblo winning streak to 19 with a third straight title in impressive fashion. Dillon Overton worked the first three innings, yielding one run on four hits while Daniel Edwards finished with four solid frames, allowing three runs on six hits. The Traveler offense scored at least one run in every inning, led by three hits apiece from Brendan McCurry and Uriah Fisher. Randy Henry belted a pair of doubles and Jase Morgan contributed two hits as well. Jonathan Gelnar and Cameron Mann added doubles. Patric Tolentino was named tournament MVP, Brendan McCurry took MVP Hitter honors while Randy McCurry was the MVP Pitcher. Randy Henry won the Gold Glove award and Dayne Parker was named the tournament's Most Promising Young Talent. Fisher was selected to the All-Tournament team.
Travelers 8, Merced, CA 0 (24-5)
(Andenucio, Semifinals) - Randy McCurry was nearly a one-man wrecking crew for the Travelers, firing a four-hit shutout with seven strikeouts while also going three for three with two doubles against the California powerhouse. Randy Henry also contributed three hits and a RBI. Brendan McCurry, Patric Tolentino, Uriah Fisher and Kelby Tomlinson chipped in a double apiece as the Travelers broke it open with four runs on six hits in the sixth.
Travelers 11, Cherry Creek, CO 1 (23-5)
(Andenucio, Pool Play) - Ryan Houston twirled a six-hit masterpiece with two strikeouts as the Travelers ended it early on the run rule. After trailing 1-0, the Traveler offense erupted for two run in the second, tying the game on a RBI single from Patric Tolentino before taking the lead for good with Tyler Hancock's run-scoring double. An eight-run outburst in the fourth helped put things away as Jonathan Gelnar and Randy McCurry chipped in two-run singles and Brendan McCurry added a three-run home run. Dayne Parker had three hits to lead the offensive charge.
Travelers 11, Farmington, NM 2 (22-5)
(Andenucio, Pool Play) - The Traveler offense scored in all but one inning en route to the run-rule triumph. Blake Logan fired four-plus solid stanzas to pick up the pitching win, allowing two runs on two hits with seven strikeouts, while Cameron Mann finished with two scoreless stanzas of relief work. Randy McCurry paced the 13-hit attack with a perfect four for four outing, including a double, home run and five RBI. Jase Morgan also contributed a double and home run. Uriah Fisher added two hits and Randy Henry and Brendan McCurry drove in two apiece.
Travelers 9, Albuquerque Baseball Academy 0 (21-5)
(Andenucio, Pool Play) - Uriah Fisher needed just 56 pitches in a five-inning gem, allowing just four hits with six strikeouts and no walks. The Travelers plated three runs in the first on a RBI double by Jase Morgan and two-run double off the bat of Brendan McCurry. Five more tallies put it away in the fourth, sparked by a two-run single by Morgan and run-scoring hit from Jonathan Gelnar. Tyler Hancock led the attack with two singles and scored twice while Cameron Mann and Dillon Overton added one single each.
Travelers 11, Greeley, CO 2 (20-5)
(Andenucio, Pool Play) - Dillon Wilson tossed a six-inning gem in the run-rule win, yielding two unearned runs and three hits while striking out three and walking just one. The Traveler offense exploded for 16 hits, led by Uriah Fisher, who went four for four with a double, triple and two RBI. Jase Morgan and Patric Tolentino added a pair of doubles apiece as Morgan drove in three and Tolentino one. Jonathan Gelnar, Dayne Parker and Kelby Tomlinson finished with two hits apiece.
Travelers 10, Hays, KS 2 (19-5)
(Andenucio, Pool Play) - An eight-run first inning got the Travelers off to a fast start and they cruised in from there for the run-rule win. Dillon Overton yielded one hits and struck out three over two innings to record the victory on the mound. Uriah Fisher and Dayne Parker posted two hits apiece. Fisher drove in two and Parker knocked in one. Jase Morgan also contributed a hit and three runs batted in.
Traveler Shootout Championship (Elk City, OK)
Travelers 12, OKC Ambassadors 11 (18-5)
Randy McCurry provided the heroics with two doubles and a go-ahead two-run homer in the sixth inning. The OSU signee finished with a season-high seven RBI. Dayne Parker also added two hits on another windy day at the Shootout. The blustery south wind resulted in 23 combined runs with both teams trading leads throughout the game. McCurry started on the mound, going five innings, but Dillon Overton picked up the win with two frames of relief work, scattering four hits with three strikeouts.
Travelers 15, Dallas Dragons 8 (17-5)
Cameron Mann was outstanding with five and one-third innings of relief, scattering five hits with nine strikeouts and no walks to pick up the win. The Traveler offense rallied from a 7-3 deficit in the second, taking the lead for good with seven runs in the third, sparked by a pair of triples from Randy McCurry, who also chipped in a home run in the contest. Dayne Parker ended with two hits, Patric Tolentino had a triple and three runs batted in, Brendan McCurry contributed a two-run homer and Kelby Tomlinson had a double and RBI.
Travelers 11, Dallas Diamond Jaxx 3 (16-5)
Ryan Houston twirled a complete game five-hitter to get the Travelers back in the win column during a run rule. Dayne Parker was the offensive catalyst with four hits, including a double, four RBI and walkoff game-ending solo home run in the fifth. Randy Henry added three hits and a RBI. Chase Whitney and Ray Johnson had two hits apiece.
OKC Ambassadors 13, Travelers 8 (15-5)
The Travelers suffered a second straight loss as the Ambassadors plated 10 runs over the final three innings. Patric Tolentino absorbed the pitching loss in relief. Jase Morgan belted a pair of solo home runs and ended with three hits and three RBI to pace the Traveler offense. Randy McCurry chipped in a pair of hits, including a homer, while Jonathan Gelnar finished with three hits and two RBI.
OK Baseball 7, Travelers 4 (15-4)
Oklahoma Baseball rallied from an early 4-1 deficit with six unanswered runs for the victory. Randon Ridling suffered the pitching loss, yielding four earned runs on six hits with three strikeouts over three and one-third innings. Dayne Parker and Jonathan Gelnar had two hits apiece to lead the Traveler offense.
Travelers 19, Dallas Dragons 0 (15-3)
Randy McCurry yielded just one hit and fanned five in three innings to pick up the win in the four-inning run rule. The Travelers pounded out 20 hits in just three stanzas, led by Randy Henry's four-for-four outing with three doubles, a home run and four RBI. Jase Morgan chipped in a homer, double and two ribbies. Dayne Parker also had three hits, including a home run and three RBI. Uriah Fisher added three hits and drove in three. Brendan and Randy McCurry finished with two hits each.
Travelers 9, Dallas Diamond Jaxx 7 (14-3)
The Travelers built a big lead before holding off a late Diamond Jaxx rally as Patric Tolentino recorded three outs for his second save. Dillon Wilson posted the pitching win in five and two-third solid stanzas. Randy Henry led the hitting barrage with three doubles and drove in a pair. Cameron Mann ended with a double, triple and three RBI. Jase Morgan notched two hits and drove in one.
Travelers 18, OK Baseball 2 (13-3)
Uriah Fisher fired three stellar innings, allowing two hits to post the pitching win in the run rule. The Traveler offense made the most of 12 hits, breaking things open with a six-run second inning. Randy McCurry and Blake Logan finished with two hits apiece as McCurry drove in four and Logan plated two.
Travelers 11, OKC Ambassadors 2 (12-3)
The Travelers erased a 2-1 deficit with four runs in the fourth and six more in the fifth to end it early on the run rule. Blake Logan scattered six hits, struck out five and walked two in notching the pitching win. Dayne Parker, Patric Tolentino and Tyler Hancock ended with two hits apiece. Hancock also drove in three runs. Jonathan Gelnar chipped in a three-run homer, Jase Morgan added a tripe and Brendan McCurry had a two-run triple.
Travelers 13, Edmond Stars 6 (11-3)
Despite spotting the Stars a quick 4-0 lead and 6-4 edge after two stanzas, the Travelers rallied thanks to five stellar innings of relief work from Daniel Edwards, who did not allow a hit and struck out five batters. The Travelers offense took the lead for good with six runs on six hits in the third as the key blows were a two-run double by Jase Morgan, solo homer from Dayne Parker and RBI double off the bat of Patric Tolentino. Tolentino also contributed a solo homer and Brendan McCurry added a two-run blast in the fourth. McCurry and Randy Henry finished with three hits apiece to lead the charge.
Travelers 10, OKC Ambassadors 8 (10-3)
The Travelers trailed 7-3 after four innings before rallying to tie the contest in the fifth with a two-run pinch hit single from Kelby Tomlinson and RBI single from Chase Whitney. Dayne Parker then belted a three-run homer in the sixth that proved to be the game-winner. Brendan McCurry fired two innings of two-hit relief with four strikeouts for the pitching win. Patric Tolentino then notched the final three outs for his first save of the season. Parker ended three for three with four runs batted in while Jonathan Gelnar chipped in two hits and scored twice.
Travelers 14, Rockwall Blue Sox 0 (9-3)
After two scoreless frames, the Traveler offense exploded for 14 runs on 16 hits to end the 9-inning contest early on the run rule. Dillon Overton fired five scoreless frames, yielding just two hits with six strikeouts, while Ryan Houston and Patric Tolentino added a scoreless frame of relief apiece. Jonathan Gelnar and Dayne Parker ended with three hits apiece. Gelnar drove in one and Parker knocked in two. Brendan McCurry and Tolentino chipped in two hits apiece while Randy McCurry and Cameron Mann smacked home runs.
Travelers 8, Rockwall Blue Sox 0 (8-3)
Dillon Wilson and Randon Ridling combined on a two-hit shutout as the Travelers won via the run rule. Wilson got the win in four innings, fanning five, while Ridling struck out three more in his two frames of relief. Tyler Hancock led the offense with three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs. Cameron Mann and Randy McCurry added two hits apiece while Brendan McCurry notched two hits, including a two-run homer.
Travelers 13, Rockwall Blue Sox 5 (7-3)
The Traveler offense pounded 13 hits in less than six innings to end it early on the run rule. Randy McCurry notched the pitching win with three perfect innings, striking out seven. Jonathan Gelnar finished with three hits, including a double and one RBI. Dillon Overton chipped in a home run, double and three runs batted in. Brendan McCurry posted two hits and scored twice while Dayne Parker finished with one hit and drove in three runs.
Travelers 8, OK Baseball 0 (6-3)
Brendan McCurry recorded the fourth straight complete game on the mound, tossing a four-hit shutout in the run-rule triumph. The righthander struckout five and didn't walk a batter. He also helped his own cause with two hits and two runs scored. Randy McCurry added a single, triple and two runs batted in. Cameron Mann chipped in a solo home run, Jase Morgan finished with a two-run triple, Chase Whitney added a double and Dayne Parker ended with two singles.
Travelers 7, OK Baseball 1 (5-3)
Uriah Fisher fired seven dominant innings, yielding just one run on two hits with 11 strikeoutss for the pitching victory. A first inning run put the Travelers in front to stay while RBI doubles by Jonathan Gelnar and Fisher in the third proved to be all they would need. Gelnar finished with three hits, including a double and three runs batted in to lead the charge. Fisher notched two hits and an RBI while Kelby Tomlinson contributed two hits and two runs batted in.
Travelers 9, Woodward 1 (4-3)
Blake Logan made his Traveler pitching debut in style with a one-hit performance in the run-rule victory. The Traveler offense pushed across two runs in the first, three in the third and four in the fourth to put it away. Randy McCurry had two doubles, an RBI and scored twice to lead the way. Uriah Fisher contributed two hits, including a double, and drove in three runs while Kelby Tomlinson chipped in two singles and a RBI. Dillon Overton belted a triple and scored once.
Travelers 8, Edmond 0 (3-3)
Chad Woods fired a complete-game one-hitter in the run-rule shutout. The Traveler offense scored all its runs in the third inning, sending 12 batters to the plate while erupting for eight hits. Jonathan Gelnar notched two hits in the frame, including a two-run double. Patric Tolentino and Dayne Parker chipped in two RBI singles. Brendan McCurry, Gelnar, Randy McCurry and Uriah Fisher all ended with two hits each for the contest.
OK Baseball 9, Travelers 4 (2-3)
After taking a 3-2 lead in the second, the Travelers saw OK Baseball rally back with seven straight runs to take the lead for good. Dillon Overton was solid in three and two-third inning, but yielded five runs, only two of which were earned while fanning four. Randy McCurry fired three and one-third frames of relief, scattering five hits and a pair of earned runs. Patric Tolentino had a hit and two RBI while Cameron Mann chipped in a double and RBI to lead the offense.
Spivey Stars 6, Travelers 5 (2-2)
The Travelers managed just seven hits in suffering their second straight loss. After falling behind early, the Travelers rallied to tie the game at 4-4 in the fifth on a Brendan McCurry two-run homer and Ray Johnson RBI single. Spivey pushed across what proved to be the game-winning tallies in the sixth. Randy McCurry and Johnson ended with two hits apiece. Johnson also drove in a pair.
Edmond Santa Fe 8, Travelers 5 (2-1)
A six-run first inning, including a pair of unearned runs proved to be too much for the Travelers to overcome against Santa Fe ace Duke Von Schamann. The Travelers plated three runs on a Randy McCurry RBI single and Cameron Mann two-run single in the fifth but couldn't get any closer. Randy McCurry notched a pair of hits and two RBI to lead the way offensively while Brendan McCurry also added two hits. Uriah Fisher contributed a triple and scored a run.
Travelers 13, Woodward 2 (2-0)
Uriah Fisher fired three no-hit innings to pick up the victory in the run-rule decision. The Travelers scored in every inning, pounding out nine hits. Brendan McCurry led the way with two hits, including a home run. Cameron Mann chipped in a homer and three RBI, Randy McCurry added a double and three RBI while Dayne Parker finished with a double and three runs batted in as well.
Travelers 8, MWC Outlaws 2 (1-0)
Southpaw Dillon Overton made a highly-successful 16-year-old debut, firing five shutout innings, allowing two singles with nine strikeouts and one walk to pick up the mound victory. Patric Tolentino was the offensive standout with a single, double and home run while Randy McCurry chipped in two hits and drove in a pair. Uriah Fisher contributed a two-run double and Brendan McCurry a RBI single.
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