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July 31st, 2021

bee jays landis home runQuintt Landis (1) taps helmets with his teammates Friday after hitting a home run that scored three in a 15-8 win. L&T photo/Earl WattEARL WATT • Leader & Times


The season has reached the final nine days of the regular season, and the Bee Jays have put themselves in position to win a league title as well as earn an appearance in the NBC World Series. Should the Bee Jays earn one of the 16 bids, it would be the 64th tournament appearance in team history.

Liberal has already secured the Jayhawk West Division title, but to earn home field advantage in the Kansas Collegiate League series they will need to continue to maintain the best record in the league. 

Currently, they have a two-game lead on the Kansas Cannons. However, the Cannons have won both games between the two teams, and a tie would benefit the Cannons. Both losses were one-run losses, and both were on the road.

Liberal earned two more wins during the weekend by knocking off the Valley Center Mud Daubers 15-8 Friday and 9-7 Saturday. Sunday’s game was postponed after a late afternoon rain storm.

Make-up dates are becoming harder to schedule with only nine days remaining in the regular season, and the Bee Jays still have nine scheduled games to play, six of those on the road.

The Bee Jays will travel to Dodge City today for their final season match-up against the A’s.

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Liberal will then travel to Wellington to face the Heat for back-to-back games before returning to Liberal Friday for an exhibition game with the Liberal Rattlers.

Saturday, the Bee Jays host the Wichita Moos before hitting the road Sunday to face the Dirtbags.

Liberal will stay in Wichita Monday to face the Park City Rangers and then travel to McPherson July 27 to face the Pipeliners.

The final game of the regular season takes place July 28 when the Bee Jays host the Cannons, and then the three-game championship series will follow.

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