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Waconia 4 , Young America 3
Sun ., May 22
Young America took the unbeaten Lakers into extra innings before Waconia got away with a 4-3 decision .
The Cardinals scored once in the first with Waconia getting two . Then the teams reversed it in the sixth – two for YA and one for Waconia .
The 3-3 score then held until the Lakers walked off in the bottom of the 11th .
Josh Lenz went six innings for Waconia and Eric Olson the final five , getting the win . Aaron Cook started and went five for the Cardinals , allowing 11 hits but only three runs . Troy Kohls had 5 1 / 3 strong innings in relief .
Offensively , Craig LaPlante did the most damage going 3-for-6 with two RBIs . Kodey Simon , Jeremy Salden , Ben Smothers , and Nick Litfin all had two-hit games for Waconia .
Cook and Cole Peters each went 2-for-5 for Young America .
Cologne 17 , St . Boni 5
Sun ., May 22
The Hollanders brought their bats along for this one , pounding out 16 hits and 17 runs in an eight-inning contest .
Alex Meeker and Tim Swanson each had three of those hits , one of Swanson ’ s being a home run . Erik Braund also notched a roundtripper for Cologne . Kyle Twait and Brandon Fritz had multi-hit games with two apiece . Swanson accounted for four RBIs , Kraig Peterson three , and Tyler Swanson and Braund two each .
For St . Boni , Jake Smith picked up three hits while Nick Busch and Mike Dumas had two each . One of Busch ’ s was a homer . Joey Stadnik had two RBIs .
Twait got the pitching win for Cologne , going 6 2 / 3 innings .
Waconia 8 , Brownton 2
Mon ., May 23
In a battle of division leaders at the time , Waconia got the best of it with an 8-2 win over Brownton . Despite their good records , the teams combined for seven errors in this one .
Kodey Simon threw six scoreless innings for Waconia , striking out seven . Dylan Lindner and Ben Smothers finished it out , each allowing one of Brownton ’ s runs .
Waconia got to Bruins starter Dylan McCormick for two runs in the third ; then touched reliever Reggie Vacek for four more in the fifth and sixth to open up the game .
Ronnie Olson had the big night for the Lakers , going 3-for-5 with two RBIs . Simon and Smothers added two hits apiece .
For Brownton , Ryan Grams was the only player with more than one hit , getting two ,
one being a double . Bryce Lindeman tallied both Bruin RBIs .
Plato 12 , Brownton 2
Wed ., May 25
Again , Plato jumped all over an opponent early , scoring six runs in the first two innings in this evening game at Hamburg .
Brownton got two back in the third , but Plato responded with one more . The Bluejays then put it away with five more scores in the sixth .
Matt Odegaard had the kind of a night a player dreams of – 4-for-4 with six RBIs and three runs scored , including a double and a home run .
Chris Odegaard also scored three times on a 2-for-4 night with a double . Nolan Lepel and Joe Nix each knocked in two runs . Lepel and Adam Prehn had two hits apiece , as the Bluejays totaled 14 for the evening .
Cody Hallahan threw a complete 7-inning game on the mound , allowing five hits and striking out four .
Brownton ’ s five hits were scattered among Spencer Glaeser , Matt Schwichtenberg , Deryk Randt , Jason Rosenau , and Dylan McCormick .
Watertown 4 , Carver 3
Thurs ., May 26 The Red Devils won their second extra-inning game with a 4-3 walk-off over Carver .
Watertown led 2-1 after the first . The Black Sox later scratched across two runs for a 3-2 lead going into the ninth . The Red Devils tied it in the bottom of the ninth . Then in the 10th , Mitch Kelzer led off with a single , Andrew
Nichols sacrifice-bunted him to second , and Bryce Duske drove home the game-winner with a single to center .
Pat Tschida worked the first eight innings for Watertown with Nichols finishing the last two and taking the win .
For Carver , Andrew Weber had a strong outing with seven innings pitched . Jack Norton was touched for the loss .
The Red Devils had 15 hits in the contest led by Ryan Hangartner and Kelzer with three each . Tschida , Jared Duske , and PJ Hangartner had two apiece .
Besides pitching , Weber was 2-for-5 for the Sox with two of the team ’ s RBIs ; one of his hits was a triple . David Dolan also went 2-for-5 .
Hamburg 4 , Winsted 3
Thurs ., May 26
In another 10-inning game , Hamburg outlasted the visiting Wildcats , also by a 4-3 score .
Tim Willems beat out a single and Clint Aretz scored from second on a wild play to end the game .
Jack Schnettler pitched very well for the Hawks , going the first nine innings with eight strikeouts . Taz Siebert picked up the win with one inning of relief .
Seven players had one hit apiece for the Hawks , with Willems getting two RBIs .
Garrett Zander had the only two-hit game for Winsted while seven of his teammates had one hit each . Luke Theisen had two RBIs . Brady Jenkins started and threw five innings for Winsted , relieved by Andrew Ghost-
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Page 2 Roundup continued Waconia 4, Young America 3 Sun., May 22 Young America took the unbeaten Lakers into extra innings before Waconia got away with a 4-3 decision. The Cardinals scored once in the first with Waconia getting two. Then the teams reversed it in the sixth – two for YA and one for Waconia. The 3-3 score then held until the Lakers walked off in the bottom of the 11th. Josh Lenz went six innings for Waconia and Eric Olson the final five, getting the win. Aaron Cook started and went five for the Cardinals, allowing 11 hits but only three runs. Troy Kohls had 5 1/3 strong innings in relief. Offensively, Craig LaPlante did the most damage going 3-for-6 with two RBIs. Kodey Simon, Jeremy Salden, Ben Smothers, and Nick Litfin all had two-hit games for Waconia. Cook and Cole Peters each went 2-for-5 for Young America. Cologne 17, St. Boni 5 Sun., May 22 Crow River Review www.CRVLbaseball.com The Hollanders brought their bats along for this one, pounding out 16 hits and 17 runs in an eight-inning contest. Alex Meeker and Tim Swanson each had three of those hits, one of Swanson’s being a home run. Erik Braund also notched a round- one being a double. Bryce Lindeman tallied both Bruin RBIs. Plato 12, Brownton 2 tripper for Cologne. Kyle Twait and Brandon Fritz had multi-hit games with two apiece. Swanson accounted for four RBIs, Kraig Peterson three, and Tyler Swanson and Braund two each. For St. Boni, Jake Smith picked up three hits while Nick Busch and Mike Dumas had two each. One of Busch’s was a homer. Joey Stadnik had two RBIs. Twait got the pitching win for Cologne, going 6 2/3 innings. Waconia 8, Brownton 2 Mon., May 23 In a battle of division leaders at the time, Waconia got the best of it with an 8-2 win over Brownton. Despite their good records, the teams combined for seven errors in this one. Kodey Simon threw six scoreless innings for Waconia, striking out seven. Dylan Lindner and Ben Smothers finished it out, each allowing one of Brownton’s runs. Waconia got to Bruins starter Dylan McCormick for two runs in the third; then touched reliever Reggie Vacek for four more in the fifth and sixth to open up the game. Ronnie Olson had the big night for the Lakers, going 3-for-5 with two RBIs. Simon and Smothers added two hits apiece. For Brownton, Ryan Grams was the only player with more than one hit, getting two, Wed., May 25 Again, Plato jumped all over an opponent early, scoring six runs in the first two innings in this evening game at Hamburg. Brownton got two back in the third, but Plato responded with one more. The Bluejays then put it away with five more scores in the sixth. Matt Odegaard had the kind of a night a player dreams of – 4-for-4 with six RBIs and three runs scored, including a double and a home run. Chris Odegaard also scored three times on a 2-for-4 night with a double. Nolan Lepel and Joe Nix each knocked in two runs. Lepel and Adam Prehn had two hits apiece, as the Bluejays totaled 14 for the evening. Cody Hallahan threw a complete 7-inning game on the mound, allowing five hits and striking out four. Brownton’s five hits were scattered among Spencer Glaeser, Matt Schwichtenberg, Deryk Randt, Jason Rosenau, and Dylan McCormick. Watertown 4, Carver 3 Thurs., May 26 The Red Devils won their second extra-inning game with a 4-3 walk-off over Carver. Watertown led 2-1 after the first. The Black Sox later scratched across two runs for a 3-2 lead going into the ninth. The Red Devils tied it in the bottom of the ninth. Then in the 10th, Mitch Kelzer led off with a single, Andrew Nichols sacrifice-bunted him to second, and Bryce Duske drove home the game-winner with a single to center. Pat Tschida worked the first eight innings for Watertown with Nichols finishing the last two and taking the win. For Carver, Andrew Weber had a strong outing with seven innings pitched. Jack Norton was touched for the loss. The Red Devils had 15 hits in the contest led by Ryan Hangartner and Kelzer with three each. Tschida, Jared Duske, and PJ Hangartner had two apiece. Besides pitching, Weber was 2-for-5 for the Sox with two of the team’s RBIs; one of his hits was a triple. David Dolan also went 2-for-5. Hamburg 4, Winsted 3 Thurs., May 26 In another 10-inning game, Hamburg outlasted the visiting Wildcats, also by a 4-3 score. Tim Willems beat out a single and Clint Aretz scored from second on a wild play to end the game. 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