outpaced the rest of the league this week, as its four total wins led the league. The Cougars beat Quapaw
12-2, South Coffeyville
17-0 and Wyandotte
Oklahoma Union made the biggest jump in the standings this week, moving from eighth to first place in Lucky Seven thanks to a 4-0 record over the past seven days. Meanwhile, the Bears fell hardest in the standings, dropping from first all the way to fifth place after going 1-3 in the past week.
Wyandotte's pitching staff had a strong showing this week, allowing only 17 hits and 13 walks, both of which led the league.
The week's strikeout crown belonged to Ty Essex
, who turned in 23 Ks for the Bears. With 31 strikeouts this year so far, he ranks first in the league.
Essex threw a shutout as he led Wyandotte to victory over Colcord
, 8-0, on Friday. He struck out seven, allowing two hits.
Essex led the Cougars to a win on March 18, as he notched nine strikeouts to beat the Bears, 6-0. Over five innings of work, he gave up five hits and six runs.Story is based on stats entered in MaxPreps by Tuesday 5am PST each week.