October 6, 2022

Buster baseball roars past Panhandle; softball splits with Seward


Goodwell, OK (westernkansasnews.com)-Call it whatever you want, but what Chris Finnegan’s Busters did on the road Wednesday is pretty impressive-regardless of their opponent. 

Garden City scored in all but one inning-blowing past Oklahoma Panhandle State’s Junior Varsity squad 20-3. 

“We got some guys in there for some much-needed work,” Finnegan said afterwards. “We did okay.”

Okay is an understatement-considering Garden City () scored 20 runs on 18 hits, including a nine-run fifth that saw 13 batters come to the plate. 

Madison Spencer got the start-allowing a run on just two hits in three innings of work. Brad Spires followed that up with three innings of one-hit relief. 

Next up: Garden City vs. Dodge City-Friday, April 18-2:45 pm pregame; 3 pm first pitch on westernkansasnews.com/gccc-sports-streaming

Softball

Garden City 8, Seward County 5…Seward County 4, Garden City 3

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