Edison competes at Sandy Valley

MAGNOLIA — The Edison track and field team competed at the Sandy Valley Invitational Saturday at Sandy Valley High School.

The girls finished in seventh place and the boys finished in 10th.

Faith Hoobler won the shot put and discus. Ava Koniski placed fifth in the 100 meter dash. Morgan Lesnansky placed fourth in the 1600 and sixth in the 800. The 400 relay team of Gracie Phillips, Georgia Stinespring, Ava Koniski and Emily Waggoner placed fifth. The 800 team of Gracie Phillips, Bailey McAfoose, Georgia Stinespring and Ava Koniski placed sixth.

Byrce McAfoose placed third in the pole vault, third in the 110 hurdles and fourth in the 300 hurdles. Jacob Cusick placed sixth in the 400.

The Wildcats will be back in action on Tuesday at Brooke. Field events start at 4:30 p.m. and running events start at 5 p.m.

Big Red Boosters meeting Monday

STEUBENVILLE — The Big Red Boosters Club will meet at 6 p.m. Monday inside the Harding Stadium Field House.

All are welcome and memberships are available.

Royals shut down Indians, 3-0

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Homer Bailey pitched seven innings o two-hit ball and the Kansas City Royals beat the Cleveland Indians 3-0 Saturday night for their second straight win after a 10-game skid.

Ian Kennedy pitched a perfect eight and Willy Peralta followed in the ninth for his first save to complete the two-hitter.

Ryan O’Hearn homered, and Whit Merrifield and Adalberto Mondesi each had an RBI single for the Royals.

Bailey (1-1), who allowed seven runs, eight hits and two walks in five innings agaionst Seattle on Monday, gave up only a pair of hits to eighth-place hitter Brad Miller. Bailey had won only one of his last 22 home starts, dating back to 2016. He went 1-14 with a 7.49 ERA over that span.

Jefry Rodriguez (0-1) gave up two runs and five hits over 5 2/3 innings in his first start with Cleveland. He was acquired in the offseason from Washington in the trade that sent catcher Yan Gomes to the Nationals.


Indians: RHP Corey Kluber (1-2, 3.86 ERA) picked up his first win of the season on April 9 in Detroit, when he gave up two runs (one earned) on seven hits, eight strikeouts and a walk in six innings.


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