The Boonville Pirates C baseball team dropped two games in the Columbia C team Tournament on Friday, losing to Jefferson City 12-2 in the first game and Battle 16-1 in the second game.
The games on the losers side of the bracket were cancelled on Saturday due to wet fields from the night before.
Boonville closed out the season at 6-9 overall.
In the opening game against Jefferson City, the Pirates trailed from the start as JC pushed across one run in the first, two again in the second and one in the third to go up 4-0. Meanwhile, after Boonville sent one run across in the bottom half of the fourth, JC came back and outscored the Pirates 8-1 in the final two innings for the win.
Cade Schupp took the loss on the mound for Boonville by giving up four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out two batters in three innings. Memphis Waibel then came in and pitched two innings in relief and allowed two runs on three hits. Meanwhile, after Aidan Lemmons pitched 1/3 inning and surrendered six runs on five hits and one walk, Austin Schuster came back and pitched two innings in relief and issued no runs, no hits and no walks.
Jefferson City also out-hit Boonville 15-8.
Collecting hits in the game for Boonville were Memphis Waibel with one double and Cade Schupp and Harley Waller each with a single and one RBI. Aidan Lemmons, Jamesian McKee, DaWan Lomax, Nash McKenzie and Aiden Battreal also had one hit.
In the second game against Battle, Boonville scored its only run of the ballgame in the bottom half of the first.
Battle rattled off five in the first, three in the second, one in the third and seven in the fourth to win by the mercy rule.
Jamesian McKee took the loss for Boonville by giving up five runs on three hits and two walks while striking out two batters in one inning. Austin Schuster pitched 1/3 inning in relief and allowed three runs on one hit and two walks. Chandler Stonecipher then came in and pitched 2 2/3 innings in relief and surrendered eight runs on eight hits and four walks.
Battle also finished the game with 12 hits while holding Boonville to just two hits.
Cade Schupp had one single and one RBI while Harley Waller finished the game with one single.