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Kenny LeBeau stands in the box during a past Gold Sox game in 2020. 

In an attempt to complete the series sweep, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox fell short Friday night, thanks to a three-run seventh inning rally from the West Coast Kings Black out of Sacramento to overtake the hosts, 8-5 at Colusa Casino Stadium in Marysville. 

The Gold Sox fall to 12-10 on the year with another two-game series set to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday in Marysville against the West Coast Kings Gold squad. 

The Gold Sox conclude the regular season with a 6 p.m. Sunday start against Kings Gold. 

Yuba-Sutter’s first of three postseason consolation games begins Thursday, July 30. The Gold Sox’s finale this summer is Aug. 2 in the Sierra Central-Montna Farms Summer Series championship. 

Gold Sox 7, Kings Black 4 (Thursday)

Yuba-Sutter struck first, then held off a late rally from West Coast on Thursday to win the opener of the two-game series, 7-4, improving to 12-9 on the season. 

Connor Harrison started and went six strong innings on the hill before a trio of relievers in Dalton Acosta, Ryan Harvey and Zach Carroll finished off the victory. At the plate, Jonah Henrickson had a couple hits, while Brandon Motheral led the way with three and an RBI. Brandon Vela and Kyle Boomgaarden each scored twice in the win. 

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