Bucs & Owls Split, Tigers Shock Wildcats With Late Rally 30 Apr 18

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta 5, New London-Spicer 4
SPICER – Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta rallied for five runs in the top of the seventh to defeat New London-Spicer 5-4 on Monday.
Trailing 4-0 and down to their final two outs, the Tigers strung together four hits and a pair of walks to take a 5-4 lead. The Wildcats would put the tying run in scoring position in the bottom half, but Parker Dierks came in relief of Chandler Vogel to close it out and earn the save.
Vogel got the win, tossing 6.2 innings, allowing four runs (two earned) on four hits, striking out 10 and walking three. Tyler Reimers went 2-4 with a run, Jaret Johnson, Alex Daugherty, Joseph Kleinwolterink, Trevor Voges, and Dierks each had an RBI. The Tigers are now 3-1 on the season.
Will Roguske allowed just one run on a hit over 6.2 innings, but had to exit due to hitting hit pitch count limit. The Tigers than jumped on Christian Lessman for four runs.

Border West 10, Hancock 0 (5 inn) / Hancock 4, Border West 0
WHEATON – Border West pitcher Sam Adelman dominated the Hancock lineup in game one, and Owls starter Peyton Rohloff answered that performance in game two as the Buccaneers and Owls split a Pheasant Conference doubleheader on Monday from Wheaton.
Adelman scattered three hits over five shutout innings and Border West took game one 10-0. Adelman struck out four with no walks while going 2-3 with three RBI’s at the plate.
The Buccaneers busted open a close game with a seven-run fourth, Spencer Ellison was 2-2 with two runs, Nelson Schmidt knocked in a pair of runs. 

In game two, it was the Owls Peyton Rohloff who took over the game, tossing a complete game shutout, scattering three hits with three strikeouts and four walks.
Zach Flaten was 2-2 with walk and three runs scored for Hancock, Daniel Milander had two RBI’s and the Owls improved to 1-5. With the split the Bucs are now 3-1.

Osakis 10, Brandon-Evansville 5
EVANSVILLE – Osakis took advantage to two Charger errors and four walks to score six runs in the second inning, on their way to a 10-5 win over Brandon-Evansville. Marshall Reidel scored twice for the Chargers, Taylor Bitzan suffered the loss. 

Sebeka 4, Ashby 2
Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 4, Benson 2
Melrose 6, St. Cloud Cathedral 3

Brandon-Evansville 6, Ortonville 2 / Brandon-Evansville 10, Ortonville 5
BRANDON – Mikenna Pattrin tossed a one-hitter to help Brandon-Evansville earn a doubleheader sweep of Ortonville on Monday.
Pattrin allowed two runs (one earned) with seven strikeouts and four walks over seven innings and the Chargers took game one 6-2. Allie Satterlie was 2-3 with an RBI. 

In game two the Chargers scored all their runs in the final three innings for a 10-5 victory. Emily Bukkila was 5-5 with two runs, Alena Shores went 3-4 with two RBI’s, and Satterlie belted her first home run of the year while collecting three RBI’s. Kristen Kokett tossed a complete game for the win and the Chargers improved to 4-4.  Tyler Peters had two RBI’s for Ortonville.

West Central Area 13, Breckenridge 8
BARRETT – West Central Area erased an eight-run deficit to defeat Breckenridge 13-8 on Monday.
The Knights found themselves down 8-0 when they put together a seven-run third inning, and continued to pour it on in the innings that followed. The Knights are now 8-1 on the season, the Cowgirls fall to 1-4. 

Swanville 15, Hancock 6
Ashby 12, Lake Park-Audubon 7
New London-Spicer 11, Minnewaska 0
Melrose 3, Sauk Centre 2 / 8 inn
Benson 6, BOLD 1