QUAPAW - Wyandotte's Jacob Lux allowed only one baserunner during a 16-0 no-hit victory over Welch Monday in the first round of the Lucky 7 Conference baseball tournament.
Lux struck out seven and walked none while posting his third win without a loss.
Welch's only baserunner came in the second on a hit batter. he then was thrown out attempting to steal.
The Wildcats had suffered a 12-10 loss to Quapaw earlier Monday.
Commerce split its first two games in the tournament, losing 12-5 to Fairland and beating Afton 8-7.
Tuesday's schedule includes Quapaw vs. Wyandotte at 6:30 p.m. and Fairland vs. Afton at 8 p.m.
Four more games are on tap for Thursday with the third-place and championship games on Friday.
Wyandotte jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning against Welch. The Bears tacked on two more runs in the second and scored once in the third.
They made it 9-0 in the fourth. then erupted for a final seven in the fifth inning.
Dalton Cummings and Colton McCloud each had two-run singles to key the Wyandotte scoring burst.
Scotty Rotzal also had an RBI double and Orrin Ryan singled home a run.
Six players had two hits apiece for the Bears.
Tate Smith had a triple and single while Rotzal delivered two doubles.
Cummings and McCloud had a double and single each with Lux and Andrew Douthit chipping in with two singles each.
Ryan and Martin Torres each had a single.
Quapaw 14, Welch 12
Quapaw carried a 12-7 lead into the bottom of the sixth only to have Welch rally for five runs in the final two innings.
A two-out double by Asa Chenoweth narrowed the gap to two runs. He stole third but was left stranded when Garett Nair struck out.
Quapaw (2-6) pulled out the win despite being outhit 19-14.
Beadle Lasiter had four singles and Jordan Mate added a double and two singles. Landon Corbus and Beau Kibel had a double and single each.
Jason Dixon, Justin King and Tyler Estep each had a single for Quapaw.
Chenoweth finished with two doubles and two singles.
Jacob Mount had a double and two singles and Mike Schultz contributed three singles.
Chase Nair and Austin Riley had two singles each, Casey Pendergraft doubled and Garret Nair, Chance Harris and Alex Smith had a single each.
Fairland 12, Commerce 5
The Owls jumped out to an early 3-0 lead then continued to pull away.
They went up 10-2 with five runs in the top of the sixth, but Commerce rallied for three in the bottom half of the inning.
Fairland created the final score with two runs in the top of the seventh.
Dillon Seamon went 4-for-4 for the Owls while Jared Johnson and Destrey Riley had three hits apiece. Johnson had a pair of doubles.
Kyle Crockett added a pair of singles.
K.C. Jones and Kolton Selsor each had a double while Caleb Reynolds and Derek Goins had a single each.
Kade Huffman had two singles for the Tigers.
Dusty Harrison doubled and David Francisco, Jerrod Kirtley, Tyler Garrett and Brett Freeman had a single each.
Commerce 8, Afton 7
A bang-bang play at the plate on a ball hit by Kirtley to shortstop allowed Harrison to score the winning run with none out in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Afton had gone up 7-6 with four runs in the top of the sixth inning, the key blow a two-run single by Brennon Fuser.
However, the Tigers tied the game in the bottom of the sixth on a double by Garrett.
Afton threatened in the top of the seventh when Trevor Maupin led off with a single.
The next two batters were retired, then Fuser walked. Cecil Jones flied out to center to end the inning.
Jarred Pannell went 4-for-4 with a double for CHS.
Kirtley, Braden Smith, Garrett and Francisco had two singles each.
Brett Freeman chipped in with a single for the Tigers.
Afton's 15-hit attack included three singles by Fuser and two doubles by Blake Wisdom. Dusty Henry had a double and single while Brooks Victor and Maupin had two singles each.
Jones doubled and Eric Wilmoth, Zach Dotson and Teddy Jones had a single each.