The De Soto baseball team is the 2023 champions of the United Kansas Conference!
The Wildcats finished with a conference record of 13 wins and 3 losses.
The 2023 United Kansas Conference baseball season has come to an end, and it was a thrilling ride with intense competition and standout performances from the participating teams. Let’s take a look at the final standings for the season, which can be found on the UKC website.
Claiming the title of UKC baseball champions is De Soto High School, finishing with an impressive conference record of 13-3. The Wildcats showcased their talent throughout the season, scoring 130 runs while allowing 61 runs against in conference play. Their balanced performance both at the plate and on the field played a pivotal role in securing the championship.
Finishing in a close second place in the UKC baseball standings is Seaman High School, also with a conference record of 13-3. The Vikings were formidable opponents, scoring 134 runs while allowing a mere 37 runs against in conference play. Their dominant performances on both offense and defense kept them in the race for the championship until the very end.
In the third position, we had three teams tied with a 10-6 record with the tie-breaker going first to Shawnee Heights High School. The Thunderbirds demonstrated their offensive firepower, scoring an impressive 133 runs while allowing 68 runs against in conference play. Their consistent performance throughout the season earned them a well-deserved spot in the top three. Basehor-Linwood High School took the next tie-breaker over Lansing High School. Both teams displayed their skills on the field, with Basehor-Linwood scoring 103 runs while allowing 70 runs against, and Lansing scoring 88 runs while allowing 63 runs against in conference play.
Overall, the 2023 UKC baseball season provided fans with thrilling games, impressive performances, and intense competition. Congratulations to De Soto High School on their championship win and to all the teams for their efforts throughout the season.
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