Durant battled back after Austin Stahl’s three-run home run put Camanche ahead, and the Wildcats beat the Indians 6-5 in non-conference high school baseball Tuesday at Gus Witt Field.

Stahl, who also drove in a run in Camanche’s two-run third inning, gave the Indians a 5-4 lead with his three-run shot in the fifth. Durant (9-8) came back with two runs in the top of the sixth, though, and hung on.

Jalan Bertrand and Brett Johnson had two hits apiece for Camanche (13-7).

Ty Grunder hit a pair of solo home runs for Durant, Caleb Freund had three hits and winning pitcher Jeremy Tinkler struck out 11 Camanche batters.

DURANT 6, CAMANCHE 5

Durant    000    222    0    —    6    10    0

Camanche    002    030    0    —    5    7    0

Jeremy Tinkler (W, 7 ip, 7 h, 5 r, 5 er, 1 bb, 11 so) and Zach Downing; Jordan Moore (4 ip, 4 h, 2 r, 2 er, 3 bb, 3 so), Dallas Johnson (L, 2-3, 1 ip, 4 h, 4 r, 4 er), Brady Grell (2 ip, 2 h, 0 r, 2 bb, 2 so) and Jacob Klone. Multiple hits — Durant (Colin Teslrow 2, Ty Grunder 2, Caleb Freund 3); Camanche (Jalan Bertrand 2, Brett Johnson 2). 2B — Durant (Tinkler, Keith Sanders). HR — Durant (Grunder 2); Camanche (Austin Stahl). RBIs — Durant (Downing, Grunder 2, Freund, Drew Geurink 2); Camanche (Grell, Stahl 4).

Indians sweep Raiders

MILES — Taylor Fisher blanked East Central on two hits and TJ Runge hit a pair of home runs Monday to lead Camanche to a 10-0, five-inning Big East Conference baseball win.

The Indians (13-6, 11-4 Big East) pounded out 13 hits, including three each from Runge and Jalan Bertrand.

The second game was postponed because of rain and will be played at 5:30 p.m. Friday in Miles.

Runge also hit three home runs in a doubleheader sweep of Prince of Peace last Thursday. He hit one as Camanche won 14-3 in the first game and added two more in a 14-0 win in Game 2. Brandon Jewell threw a six-inning no-hitter in the latter game. Jewell struck out eight batters, walked three and hit one batter with a pitch.

Bertrand was 4-for-4 in the opener, and Austin Stahl went 3-for-4 and drove in four runs for the Indians.

CAMANCHE 14, EAST CENTRAL 0

Camanche    043    12    —    10    13    1

East Central    000    00    —    0    2    0

Taylor Fisher (W, 3-2, 5 ip, 2 h, 0 r, 0 bb, 3 so) and Jacob Klone; Nathan Wall (L, 5 ip, 13 h, 10 r, 8 er, 6 bb, 5 so) and Kyle Johnson. Multiple hits — Camanche (Jalan Bertrand 3, Brady Grell 2, Jordan Moore 2, TJ Runge 3, Brad Drury 2). 2B — Camanche (Grell); East Central (Austin Daniels). HR — Camanche (Runge 2). RBIs — Camanche (Bertrand 2, Brett Johnson, Runge 4, Klone, Drury).

CAMANCHE 14, PRINCE OF PEACE 3

Prince of Peace    002    01    —    3    8    2

Camanche    342    5x    —    14    18    0

Seth Hinrichs (3 ip, 14 h, 14 r, 11 er, 0 bb, 3 so), Jeremy Peters (1 ip 0 h) and Sean Mulholland; Brett Johnson (W, 3-0, 5 ip, 8 h, 3 r, 3 er, 4 bb, 4 so) and Klone. Multiple hits — Prince of Peace (Ian Flood 2, Cameron Ryan 2); Camanche (Bertrand 4, Grell 2, Austin Stahl 3, Moore 2, Runge 3). 2B — Prince of Peace (Flood, Travis Witt); Camanche (Bertrand 2, Grell, Runge). HR — Camanche (Stahl 2, Runge). RBIs — Prince of Peace (Flood, Hinrichs, Ryan); Prince of Peace (Bertrand, Grell, B. Johnson 2, Stahl 4, Moore 2, Runge 1, Mike Hayes 1).

CAMANCHE 14, PRINCE OF PEACE 0

Camanche    200    039    —    14    14    0

Prince of Peace    000    000    —    0    0    0

Brandon Jewell (W, 3-0, 6 ip, 0 h, 0 r, 3 bb, 8 so) and Klone, Runge; Flood (L, 5 ip, 8 h, 5 r, 5 er, 1 bb, 5 so), Ryan (1 ip, 6 h, 9 r, 7 er, 4 bb, 3 so) and Witt. Multiple hits — Camanche (Bertrand 2, Grell 2, Moore 3, Runge 2). 2B — Camanche (Bertrand 2, Grell 2, Jewell). HR — Camanche (Runge 2). RBIs — Camanche (Drury 2, Grell 2, B. Johnson, Moore 2, Runge 6).

Clinton sophomores win

CLINTON — Nick Parker tripled and drove in two runs on a three-hit day, Dakota Atkinson homered and drove in three runs and Cody Collender and Ryan Driscoll joined Atkinson with two hits each as the Clinton High sophomore baseball team defeated Calamus-Wheatland 13-3 on Tuesday.

Parker also picked up the win on the mound, allowing four hits and striking out five batters over six innings.

Collender and Driscoll scored two runs each, and Driscoll and Travis Morehead each had an RBI. Morehead twice was hit by pitches.

The sophomore team improved its record to 10-4.