The Waukee baseball team was swept by host Ankeny in a doubleheader on Monday.
The Warriors dropped decisions of 5-4 and 5-0. Ankeny scored twice in the last inning of game one to overtake Waukee after the Warriors had scored once to take a 4-3 lead. Jordan Niehaus and Levi Schriener were both 2-for-4. Mick Price pitched 6 1/3 innings, allowing three earned runs on nine hits. Kyle Kubiak was tagged with the loss.
The Warriors were held to just four hits, three of which were singles, in game two. Austin Battaglia surrendered five runs on six hits in two innings. Matt Corbett pitched four scoreless innings of relief, striking out three and walking five.
Waukee won a pair of games at a tournament in Council Bluffs on June 15 and split a doubleheader at Ottumwa on June 13.
In Council Bluffs, the Warriors recorded a 4-3 win over North Scott and a 5-1 win over Council Bluffs Lincoln. Mike Price was 2-for-3 with a home runs and two RBIs against North Scott, while Addison Meyers drove in two and Luke Fegen struck out 10. Niehaus had two hits and two RBIs against Lincoln, and Meyers struck out seven, allowing six hits in the complete-game victory.
In Ottumwa, Waukee won the first game 7-0 but dropped the second 10-0. Sophomore Malik Moore dominated in game one, striking out 17 while allowing just five hits. Waukee scored one run in every inning, and Matt Corbett had two hits.
Waukee was held to just two hits in game two, as Ottumwa posted five-run innings in the second and fifth.
The Warriors were also dealt a doubleheader setback against Johnston on June 12, falling 14-13 and 11-8. Waukee scored 12 runs in the third inning of game one, helped by a one-homer, five-RBI game from Schriener. Battaglia also homered, but the Warriors gave up runs to the Dragons in six of seven innings.
Fegen was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs in game two, and Schriener doubled twice. Waukee led 8-1 through five innings, but the Dragons rallied for three runs in the sixth and seven in the seventh.