FAIRLAND — Kansas set the tone early for its 15-2 romp over Fairland Friday in a high school baseball game.
The Comets used two doubles and a pair of singles to break out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning. All of the damage came after the first two batters had been retired.
Kansas picked up a single run in the second then erupted for seven runs in the third, the key blow being a two-run triple by Blake Hix.
The visitors got a final three tallies in the fourth. Jared Lamont made it 13-0 with a sacrifice fly, then Casey Armbrister delivered a two-run single.
Fairland got its two runs in the bottom of the fifth off Armbrister.
Rusty Crosby led off the inning with a single. Jared Johnson doubled and a single by Matt Gross loaded the bases. Kyle Crockett drove in two runs with a single to left field.
Johnson had a double and single for Fairland, which also got singles from Crosby, K.C. Jones, Crockett, Gross and Dillon Sanford.
Lamont went 3-for-4 with a double for the Comets, who had five extra base hits among their 15 total.
Shayne Warren worked the first three innings to pick up the win for Kansas.
Fairland is idle until Wednesday, when it faces Quapaw at noon in the first round of the Ketchum Tournament.