WICHITA, Kansas - - John Rodriguez sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth gave the Wichita Wingnuts a 7 to 6 victory over the Amarillo Sox in a game that took over five hours to complete Thursday night.
The game was delayed two hours in the fourth inning as the rain came to Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in downtown Wichita.
Rodriguez had a single in the first and a home run in the third inning to drive in three runs in the contest.
Jared McDonald also drove in three runs with four hits during the game. McDonald tripled in the second with single in the fourth, seventh and ninth innings.
Josh Dew picked up his first win of the season, striking out one, walking one with no hits given up
The Wingnuts have an off day Thursday before starting a three-game weekend series in Sioux Falls.
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake has been recorded in central Oklahoma by the U.S. Geological Survey.
A national basketball tournament that's called Hutchinson home for six decades could leave town if improvements aren't made to the sports arena.
As the thermometer shows we're well into winter, ice dams become a potential concern for homeowners.While there's no snow here yet, it likely will be here sooner than later.Knowing what to expect and how to prepare can help prevent future damage.
While many Wichitans are celebrating Nelson Mandela’s life, others ask if the younger generation has a true understanding of who he was. We spoke to students today and found for many, the legacy is something they were never taught.
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Some kids will be receiving a hand-made wooden toy this holiday season thanks to Santa's elves at Fort Hays State University.
Make sure you keep you pet protected from the cold elements.