QUAPAW - Jacob Lux was almost unhittable again.

The Wyandotte right-hander allowed only one baserunner as the Bears rolled to a 16-0 victory over Welch Monday in the first round of the Lucky 7 Conference Tournament.

Then in Thursday's semifinal game, he struck out eight, walked one, hit one and allowed only one hit as WHS coasted to a 14-0 victory over Commerce.

The Bears (10-0) face either Fairland or Quapaw in Friday's 6:30 p.m. championship game.

Those two played in Thursday's second semifinal battle.

Welch will meet the Fairland-Quapaw loser at 4:30 p.m. to settle third place.

Afton claimed fifth place with a 7-6 victory over Welch Thursday afternoon.

The only baserunners for Commerce against Lux were in the bottom of the first, when Jarred Kirtley led off the bottom of the first with a single, but was cut down when he failed to tag up after a fly ball by Kade Huffman, and then in the fourth on a two-out walk and a hit batter.

Wyandotte staked Lux to a 3-0 lead in the second inning on an error, a steal of home by Seth Shuttlesworth and a passed ball.

The Bears scored another six times in the third. The big hits were a two-run single by Orrin Ryan and an RBI single by Tate Smith, but Wyandotte again got runs on an error, a steal of home (by Smith) and a passed ball.

Two-run singles by Andrew Douthit and Smith highlighted a five-run fifth inning for Wyandotte. A bases-loaded walk to Ryan forced in a run.

Dalton Cummings had a double and single while Smith and Terry Wyland had two singles each for the Bears.

Lux had a triple and Ryan, Douthit and Colton McCloud added singles.

Afton 7, Welch 6

The Eagles got what turned out to be the deciding run in the top of the fifth inning Cecil Jones singled home Brennon Fuser.

Trevor Maupin had stolen home just moments earlier.

Welch made things interesting in its half of the sixth when Mike Schultz singled and scored on a base hit by Chase Nair.

The Cats threatened in the sixth when Alex Smith and Austin Riley had two-out singles, but Smith was cut down on a heads-up play by Dusty Henry.

Afton jumped out to a 4-0 lead through the first four innings only to have Welch rally for five runs in the bottom of the third. A two-run double by Riley and a two-run homer by Mount keyed the inning for the Cats.

Blake Wisdom drove in Jones with the tying run in the top of the fourth, then Afton got the decisive two runs in the top of the fifth frame.

Jones went 4-for-5 at the plate for the Eagles, collecting a triple and three singles. He drove in two runs.

Wisdom had three singles while Henry added two singles.

Eric Wilmoth and Maupin each had a double while Fuser and Jordan Corley had a single each.

Schultz had a double and two singles for the Wildcats. Mount had a homer and single while Riley added a double and single.

Asa Chenoweth, Nair, Hunter Haskell and Smith added singles.