WYANDOTTE — A three-run homer by Cade Dixon in the sixth inning helped send Wyandotte past Ketchum 5-3 in a battle of top 10 Class 2A baseball teams here Saturday.
The Warriors, ranked sixth, had gone up 3-2 in the top of the sixth inning.
Jordon Burney led off with a single but was erased when Ryan Cooper bunted into a fielder’s choice.
Dalton Newman walked, then Dixon drilled a line drive over the left field fence, his second homer of the season.
Ketchum put together a rally in the top of the seventh when Troy Altom drew a one-out walk and Noah Edwards doubled with two out.
Kody Starks took a called third strike to end the game.
Ketchum got a single in the first and the Bears tied the game at 1-1 in the second.
Jordon Burney and Tristan Frazier had two singles each for Wyandotte.
Cooper doubled and Brandon Brown chipped in with a single.
Winning pitcher Braxton Douthit held Ketchum hitless until the sixth inning when Brendan Scaggs had a one-out single.
Edwards, who was tagged with the loss, then had his two-out double in the seventh.
Douthit had a complete game, 107-pitch outing. He struck out nine and walked four.