HAYS – The Hays Larks had their streak of scoring double-digit runs come to an end Saturday but the winning streak did not. The Larks scored single runs in the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth innings as they rallied from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Park City Rangers 5-4 at Larks Park.
Matt Cavanagh’s sacrifice fly scored Max McGiure with the go ahead run with one out in the eighth to give the Larks (12-1) the lead for good. Brook Brannon’s RBI double scored Jarrod Belbin to tie the game 3-3 in the sixth. Justin Lee’s double drove in Wyatt Divis and inning later to give the Larks a 4-3 lead.
The Rangers (4-9) used a leadoff double and single to toe the game in the eighth.
Tommy Garcia picked up the win in relief and Wyatt Divis the save after starter Rustin Hays struck out seven and walked two while allowing three runs on seven hits over the first six innings.