COMMERCE — Wyandotte and Commerce chalked up wins Thursday at the Mickey Mantle Classic.

The 2A No. 7 Bears rolled to a 10-2 win against McDonald County, Missouri, while CHS blanked Lucky 7 Conference rival Fairland, 14-0.

In other action at Commerce Thursday, it was Miami 10, Tahlequah Sequoyah 3; 2A No. 15 Haskell 11, Sarcoxie, Missouri, 1, and Haskell 9, Fairland 1.

In games played at Joe Becker Stadium in Joplin the Neosho JV outslugged Afton 14-10 in the completion of their game from Tuesday.

Also at Joplin, it was Diamond 9, Afton 5 and Neosho JV 6, Quapaw 0.

Wyandotte 10, McDonald County 2

Braxton Douthit belted a three-run homer to straightaway center to give the Bears a 3-0 lead.

That was his team-high sixth of the season.

The Bears broke the game open by scoring seven times in the fourth inning.

McDonald County got both of its runs in the fourth inning.

Carson Loncarich, who had two hits in the game, struck out six and walked one while limiting the Mustangs to five hits.

Cade Dixon doubled and Brandon Brown, Jordon Burney, Dalton Newman and Tristan Frazier each had a single.

Both of the Mustangs’ runs came on a home run in the fourth.

Haskell 11, Sarcoxie 1

Haskell set the tone early, erupting for four runs in the first then added five more in the second.

The Haymakers (14-5) got a final two runs in the third.

Sarcoxie’s lone run came in the third.

Ryan Lecher and Brace Polk combined for a three-hitter for the Haymakers.

Lecher had three strikeout with no walks and one hit in the first two innings, then Polk fanned one, walked three, gave up two hits and the only run.

Brice Endicott, Davin Conway and Patrick Clifford each had a single for the Bears.

David Norsworthy had a double and single and Lecher contributed two singles for Haskell.

Francesca Dimarie, Dustin Herriman and Trenton Campbell each had a single.

Haskell 9, Fairland 1

The Owls jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first on a single by Luke Jones.

Haskell countered with seven runs in the first then added two more in the fourth.

Dillon McKinzie doubled while Westin Allen, Cody Rice, Jones and Riley Powell added a single each.

James Graves had two singles for Haskell, which also got a single each from Lechner, Herriman and Campbell.

Commerce 14, Fairland 0

Blake Kelly struck out six and walked one while allowing only three hits in the Tigers’ first shutout of the season.

Bryce Waybright had two singles while Kelly doubled and Carlos Pinales and Dylan Cunningham chipped in with a single each for Commerce (6-9).

Allen had two singles and Kody Benton chipped in with a single for the Owls (6-8).

Neosho JV 14, Afton 10

Afton spotted the JV Wildcats a 6-1 lead in the first, but came back to get nine in the top of the second.

Neosho countered that with five in the second then got a final three in the third.

Jesse Walkingstick tripled and Cole Mikesell doubled for the Eagles, who also got singles from Kyle Corley, Tate Maupin, Jacob Barton and Caleb Giles.

The Neosho JV offense included a triple and double from Drew Osborne and a triple and single4 from Payton Ezell.

Gavin Carpenter had a triple and Tre Letts added a double.

Kaden King and Weston Durman each had a single.

Diamond 9, Afton 5

Diamond was up 6-0 before the Eagles got on the board in the bottom of the fourth.

Each team scored three runs in the fifth.

Bowman struck out nine and worked around eight Afton hits.

Walkingstick and Gabe Mustain had a double each for Afton.

Neosho JV 6, Quapaw 0

King had a three-hit shutout for the JV Cats. He struck out 14 and walked none.

Quapaw’s only other baserunner came on a hit batter.

Neosho jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning. It added a run in the sixth and got a final two in the seventh.

Jonas Gregory had a double for Quapaw.