Finish pool play 4-0 and then beat Scott City 21-1 in five innings in the opening round in bracket play

The Boonville 14-year-old All-Stars continue to make it look easy in the Babe Ruth State Tournament in Scott City.
As the No. 1 seed after pool play, the Boonville 14 All-Stars won their opening game in bracket play rather easily by beating the host team 21-1 in five innings.
Of course leading up to bracket play, Boonville went 4-0 in pool play by beating SEMO South in the opening game on Thursday 9-1. Then, after winning 14-1 over Cape Girardeau on Friday, the Boonville 14 All-Stars defeated both Scott City and Sikeston by the scores of 22-3 and 16-0, respectively.
In the opening game on Thursday against SEMO south, the Boonville 14 All-Stars never trailed in the game and led 1-0 after one and 9-0 after four after exploding for eight runs in the fourth. SEMO South, meanwhile, scored its only run of the ballgame in the top-half of the seventh.
Bailey Quint picked up the win on the mound for Boonville. In four innings pitched, Quint struck out seven batters and gave up five hits. Lane West then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed one hit while striking out one batter. Then, to finish the game, Axton Nease pitched one inning and surrendered one run on three walks while striking out one.
Boonville 14s also out-hit SEMO South 12-6, with Cale Fox going 2-for-4 with a single, double and one RBI. Cody Garner and Kayle Rice each had two singles and one RBI while Bailey Quint added two singles, Jacob Vossler with one single and three RBIs, Colten Collyott and Hayden Krumm each with one single and one RBI, Lane West with one single and Spencer Steakley with one RBI.
SEMO South was led by Casen Howell with three singles and Cade Revelle with two hits.
In the second game against Cape Girardeau, the Boonville 14 All-Stars again got off to a good start by pushing across four runs in the first, two again in the second, five in the third and three in the fourth to win by the mercy rule.
Cale Fox picked up the win on the mound for Boonville by giving up one run on two hits and two walks in two innings. Fox also struck out three batters. Kayle Rice then came in and pitched two innings in relief and walked three batters while striking out two.
Boonville also out-hit Cape Girardeau 12-4, with Cody Garner going 3-for-4 with three singles and two RBIs. Bailey Quint finished the game with two hits with a single, double and three RBIs while Axton Nease added two singles and one RBI, Colten Collyott and Jacob Vossler each with one double and one RBI, Lane West and Saylor Marquez each with one single and one RBI, Hayden Krumm with one single and Harper Stock, Spencer Steakley and Bryce Harris each with one RBI.
In the third game against Scott City, the Boonville 14 All-Stars exploded for 14 runs in the first-two innings and then added one in the fourth and seven in the fifth to win by the 10-run rule.
Kayle Rice was the winning pitcher in the game for Boonville. Rice pitched the first-two innings and gave up one run on five walks. Nathaniel Krebs then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out four. Then, to finish the game, Axton Nease pitched one inning and issued one hit while striking out one batter.
Boonville also finished the game with 17 hits, with Nathaniel Krebs going 3-for-3 with three doubles. Colten Collyott had two singles, one double and three RBIs while Spencer Steakley added three singles and one RBI,  Saylor Marquez and Jacob Vossler each with one single, one double and three RBIs, Bailey Quint with one single, one double and two RBIs, Cale Fox with two singles and two RBIs, Lane West with two RBIs and Hayden Krumm, Bryce Harris and Kayle Rice each with one RBI.
In the final game in pool play on Saturday, the Boonville 14 All-Stars again left little doubt by exploding for nine runs in the first inning, one in the second and six in the third to win by the mercy rule.
Lane West picked up the win for Boonville by striking out four batters in two innings. West also gave up just one hit and one walk. Jacob Vossler then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed one hit and two walks while striking out one batter. Then, to finish the game, Bryce Harris pitched one inning and struck out two batters.
Boonville also finished the game with 19 hits against Sikeston, with Colten Collyott going 3-for-3 with one single, two doubles and four RBIs. Bailey Quint had one single, one triple, one home run and three RBIs while Nathaniel Krebs added two singles, one double and one RBI, Axton Nease with three singles and two RBIs, Lane West with one single, one triple and one RBI, Cody Garner with one single and one triple, Harper Stock with one triple and one RBI, Hayden Krumm with one double and one RBI, Bryce Harris with a RBI-single and Spencer Steakley and Jacob Vossler with one RBI each.
In the opening game in bracket play, the Boonville 14 All-Stars led Scott City 10-0 after one, 16-0 after two and 20-0 after three before pushing across one more run in the fourth to win by the 10 run rule.
Cale Fox pitched the first-two innings to pick up the win for  Boonville and walked two while striking out two. Colten Collyott then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed one hit and one walk. Then, to finish the game, Bryce Harris pitched one inning and surrendered one run on four hits while striking out one batter.
Jacob Vossler led all hitters for Boonville with two singles, one double and two RBIs. Axton Nease also had three hits with two singles, one double and one RBI while Bailey Quint added a single, triple and three RBIs, Hayden Krumm with a single, double and three RBIs, Saylor Marquez with two singles and three RBIs, Harper Stock and Colten Collyott each with two singles and two RBIs, Bryce Harris and Spencer Steakley each with one single and one RBI, Cale Fox with one single and Nathaniel Krebs, Kayle Rice and Cody Garner each with one RBI.