Volunteers, Tigers end with wins

Baseball teams still need help for playoffs

KINGMAN - Lee Williams' Nate Cottrell and Paul Giglio combined to hold Kingman to one run and the Volunteers kept their Division III playoff hopes alive with a 2-1 win Tuesday at KHS.

Clutch hits by Sean Roby and Colin McMullen got Lee Williams (12-3) past Kingman (3-15 D-II). Matt Shaw set up the winning run for the Vols with a perfectly executed sacrifice bunt in the sixth inning.

The Vols' regular season came to a close with the win. However, Lee Williams is No. 26 in the D-III playoff chase, and it is going to need some help in today's final games to make the 24-team field.

The Bulldogs got its one run in the third when Jacob Cave singled in Chandler Baca. Kingman hosted Mohave Wednesday in its season finale. Results were not available by deadline.

KAHS sweeps Parker

Kingman Academy beat Parker 8-7 in 10 innings of a suspended game and then won 16-0 Tuesday at Southside Park to keep its D-III playoff hopes alive. The Academy (13-6) is No. 25, one spot out.

However, when the final rankings and state tournament brackets are released today, the Tigers' 13th win will be recorded. It was not Wednesday. They also hope to get some help in order to play again in the first round Saturday.

SOFTBALL: Academy 29, Parker 3

Kingman Academy ended its season on a three-game winning streak after pummeling the Broncs Wednesday in Parker.

Academy finishes the year at 16-12-1 overall, 8-11 D-III and 5-5 Section II.