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July 31st, 2021

bee jays attempted tag at thirdLiberal third baseman Scott Anderson attempts to tag a Park City runner last week at Brent Gould Field. Anderson and the Bee Jays knocked off the Kansas Curve Tuesday before suffering a loss to the Kansas Cannons Wednesday, both on the road. The Bee Jays will take today off before starting a three-game home series against the Valley Center Mud Daubers Friday. L&T photo/Earl WattEARL WATT • Leader & Times


Liberal wrapped up the Jayhawk Division Wednesday but dropped a one-run game to the Kansas Cannons Thursday.

Liberal’s 10-2 win over the Kansas Curve secured the Jayhawk Division title with five games remaining in the division.

Liberal is guaranteed to play in the Kansas Collegiate League Championship Series at the conclusion of the regular season.

Their most likely opponent will be the Kansas Cannons, who are currently leading the Walter Johnson Division. For the second time this season, the Bee Jays dropped a one-run decision to the Cannons Thursday, 2-1. The Cannons have a two-and-a-half game lead on the Park City Rangers and a three-game lead on the Wellington Heat and could lock up their division later this week.

Despite Liberal’s loss to the Cannons, the Bee Jays have a two-game lead on the Cannons in the league, and if they can keep that lead, the championship series will be played in Liberal.

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The Bee Jays return home for a three-game series with the Valley Center Mud Daubers beginning Friday, while the Cannons continue to play a different opponent each day in the Wichita area, starting today with the Curve, followed by the Heat, Park City Rangers, and finishing at the Dirtbags Monday.

The Cannons come to Liberal to face the Bee Jays July 28.

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