WICHITA — Ryan Cash hit an RBI single with out in the bottom of the ninth inning to lead the Santa Barbara Foresters to a 7-6 win over the San Diego Stars in the quarterfinals of the 84th National Baseball Congress World Series.

Down 6-4 entering the bottom of the ninth, Ray Alexander singled, followed by Logan Allen, who was hit by a pitch. Brandon Lewis then walked to load the bases. Luke Ritter drove in Alexander with a sacrifice fly.

Patrick Mathis was hit by a pitch to re-load the bases. Michael Neustifter walked to score Allen and tie the game. Cash then singled to end the game.

The Foresters scored first on a error in the bottom of the first. Lewis added a solo home run in the third inning.

The Stars replied in the fifth inning on a two-run Johnny Valdez home run and a two-run Cabot Van Til triple.

The Foresters tied the game in the bottom of the fifth, scoring a run on a wild pitch and an RBI double for Mathis.

Ryan Kouba put the Stars back in the lead with a two-run home run in the eighth inning.

Nico O’Donnell threw an inning of relief for the Foresters for the win. Starter Bryce Elder struck out eight in six innings.

Lewis finished three for four hitting for the Foresters, 3-1 in the tournament. Mathis was two for four. Kouba took the loss for the Stars, which finishes the tournament 2-2.

Van Til finished two for three for the Stars. Valdez went two for five.

The Wellington Heat stayed alive in the tournament with a 4-3 win over the Seattle Studs.

Wellington scored first in the bottom of the first on a Joe Rankin RBI single. In the top of the second, Seattle’s Connor Savage drove in a run on a fielder’s choice. The Heat replied with a Cody Robinson sacrifice fly and a David Burts RBI single.

Robinson added an RBI single for the Heat in the fourth inning.

With bases loaded in the top of the seventh, Seattle’s Ken McCormick grounded into a double play, but a run still scored. Garrett Breda drove in a run with a single in the top of the eighth.

The Studs put two runners on base with one out in the top of the ninth. The runners advanced on a balk, but a strikeout and ground out gave Steve Pastora the save.

Sam Curtis went six innings for the Heat, allowing two runs, five hits, six walks and a strikeout. Hayden Woolsey and Aaron Henderson set up Pastora. Henderson struck out two.

Burts finished four for four hitting.

Breda went two for four and Savage finished two for five for the Studs, 2-2.

Alex Spahman took the loss, lasting just four innings.

Wellington is 4-0 in the tournament.

In the opening game of the quarterfinals, the San Antonio Angels used a five-run second inning to get by the San Diego Waves 8-4.

The win was the Angels’ ninth of the tournament while the Waves end play 2-2.

Mason Minister improved to 3-0 in the tournament, pitching five innings and allowing three earned runs on eight hits with two walks and a strikeout. Cameron Jones and Jacob Schriber each threw two scoreless inning. Schriber struck out one.

The Waves scored in the top of the first when Marc Sauceda drove in a run with a ground out.

The Angels responded in the second inning when Garrett Wilkinson hit an RBI triple and came home on a Dillon Stumpf double. Stumpf scored on a Spencer Lloyd single. Jose Diaz hit a two-run single.

Jordan Billups added an RBI single for San Antonio in the third inning.

The Waves came back in the top of the fourth on a Justin Braziel RBI single. With bases loaded in the bottom of the fourth, Wilkinson grounded into a double play that scored a run.

San Diego scored two runs in the top of the fifth on a wild pitch and a Sauceda RBI single.

Ryan Kinkade capped the scoring for the Angels in the bottom of the seventh with a solo home run.

Ian Bailey finished two for three hitting for the Angels. Diaz went two for four and Stumpf went two for five.

For the Waves, Brian Rosario and Taylor Bush both finished two for four hitting.

Sean Coyne took the loss for the Waves, lasting just 1 2-3 innings.

In the late game, the NJCAA National Team overcame a six-run deficit to down the Colorado Cyclones 9-8.

Mikey Hoehner hit an RBI single in the top of the ninth for the game winner.

Saul Garza put the NJCAA ahead in the fourth inning with an RBI double. Josh Bryson was hit by a pitch with bases loaded to score another run for the NJCAA stars.

The Cyclones replied in the top of the fifth with eight runs. Kennedy Badgett, Ryan Sullivan, Evan Richards and Wyatt Featherston each had an RBI single in the inning. Badgett also had a two-run single. Another run scored on an error. The Cyclones also scored on a wild pitch.

The NJCAA got back in the game with five runs in the top of the seventh inning. Colton Onstott hit an RBI double. Brock Edge drove in a run with a single. Michael Lawson hit a two-run single. Another run scored on an error.

The NJCAA tied the game in the top of the eighth when Edge drove in a run on a fielder’s choice.

Garza finished four for six hitting for the NJCAA. Lawson finished two for three.

The NJCAA used seven pitchers. Giovannie Nieves threw 1 2-3 innings of relief for the win. Juan Cabrera pitched the ninth inning for the save.

The Cyclones used eight pitchers with Ashton Mansur took the loss.

Caleb Squire went three for five hitting for the Cyclones. Badgett and Pete Shearer each went two for four.

The Cyclones finish the tournament 6-2. The NJCAA improves to 3-1.

In today’s semifinals, the Foresters face the Angels and the Heat faces the NJCAA National Team.

84th National Baseball

Congress World Series

Lawrence-Dumont Stadium,

Wichita

Thursday’s games

Quarterfinals

San Antonio Angels 8,

San Diego Waves 4

San Diego;100;120;000;—4;9;0

San Antonio;051;100;100;—8;12;1

Coyne (L, 0-1), Coppens 3, Fosgett 5, Haupt 8 and Rosario, Rico 8; Minister (W, 3-0), Jones 6, Schriber 8 and Lloyd. HR — SA: Kinkade (1). Time — 2:26.

Santa Barbara Foresters 7,

San Diego Stars 6

San Diego;000;040;020;—6;10;2

Santa Barbara;101;020;003;—7;9;1

Wylie, Horton 5, Manley 9, Kouba (L, 0-1) 9 and Escobedo, Gonzalez 6; Elder, Notary 7, Anderson 7, O’Donnell (W, 1-0) 9 and Heggen. HR — SD: Valdez (1), Kouba (1). SF: Lewis (2). Time — 2:33.

Wellington Heat 4

Seattle Studs 3

Seattle;010;000;110;—3;9;1

Wellington;120;100;00x;—4;9;0

Spahman (L, 0-1), Clouse 5, Maier 8 and Breda; Curtis (W, 1-0), Woolsey 7, Henderson 8, Pastora (S, 1) 9 and Rankin. Time — 2:33.

NJCAA National Team 9,

Colorado Cyclones 8

NJCAA;000;200;511;—9;12;2

Colorado;000;080;000;—8;12;2

Hemenway, Whorf 4, Scott 5, Page 5, Spinozzi 7, Nieves (W, 1-0) 7, Cabrera (S, 1) 9 and Onstott; Cowles, Lewis 4, Mossberg 7, Draper 7, Schaeffer 8, Monje 8, Mansur (L, 1-1) 9, Brooks 9 and Badgett. Time — 3:33.

Today’s games

Semifinals

Times TBA

Santa Barbara Foresters vs. San Antonio Angels

Wellington Heat vs. NJCAA National Team

Saturday's game

Championship

Semifinal winners 7 p.m.