The Seattle Studs reached the championship game of the National Baseball Congress World Series for the third time in five years with a 6-2 win over Hays, Kan., on Friday.
WICHITA, Kan. — Miles Nagel pitched into the sixth inning and Brady Steiger drove in two runs as the Seattle Studs reached the championship game of the National Baseball Congress World Series with a 6-2 win over Hays, Kan., on Friday.
The Studs (44-11), in the final for the third time in five years, will play defending champion Santa Barbara, Calif., at 5 p.m. PDT on Saturday. Santa Barbara beat El Dorado, Kan., 2-1 in another semifinal.
The 78th annual tournament is for amateur and semi-professional players.
Nagel allowed one run and three hits in 5-2/3 innings. Taylor Thompson got the save. Caleb Brown scored twice and stole a base and Bobby Joe Tannehill doubled and scored two runs for the Studs.
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