Waukon baseball team has 2017 season brought to a close with delayed district semifinal loss at seventh-rated Dyersville Beckman


Waukon baseball senior designated hitter Brandon Regan takes a cut at a pitch in the Indians’ 12-2 district semifinal loss at seventh-rated Dyersville Beckman Wednesday, July 12. Regan is one of four Indians this season who had their high school athletic careers ended by the loss. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Waukon baseball team had its 2017 season brought to a close by one of the highest regarded teams in the state, as the seventh-rated Dyersville Beckman Trailblazers disposed of the Indians by a mercy-rule final of 12-2 in five innings in the district semifinal round of Class 2A tournament play. The game began Tuesday, July 11 at the home of the Blazers and played through a single full inning with the score tied at 2-2, but a lightning delay eventually turned into a postponement to Wednesday, July 12 after more than an hour wait for a storm to pass through. That postponement proved to be troublesome for the Indians, as after that 2-2 first inning the Indians were turned away in order in each of the next four innings, the Tribe being outscored by a 10-0 margin after play resumed a day later to lead to the 12-2 Indian defeat.

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