30 Top Ten Finishes For Tigers At Little Crow, Chargers & Knights Split 03 May 18

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

TRACK & FIELD
Little Crow Invite
SPICER – The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta track & field team continued a busy week at the Little Crow Invite at New London-Spicer high school on Thursday, with the boys taking third and girls finishing fifth in team scoring.

The Tiger boys had 19 top ten finishes, led by a first place finish from the 4×800 relay team of Tate Nelson, Ben Hernandez, Noah Stewart, and Jaden Maanum. The Tigers 4×100, 4×200, and 4×400 relay teams each placed in the top five as well.
Individually Camden Arndt took first in the 300 hurdles, second in the 100 hurdles. Jaden Maanum and Noah Stewart each had second place finishes, Maanum for the 800, Stewart the 1600. Noah Thielke took fourth in the 400 and Nathan Beyer was third in the shot put.

The Tiger girls had 11 top ten finishes, including Maddie Carrington taking first in both the 800 and 1600. Olivia Lebrija took first in the 100 and fifth in the 100 hurdles, Meredith Carrington was third in the 3200, and the 4×400 relay team of Kaylie Raths, Lucy Bransel, Crystal Nohl, and Maddie Carrington finished second, while the 4×400 took fourth with Lydia Fynboh, Lexi Pew, Nohl, and Lebrija. 

Annandale took first in team scoring for both the boys and girls. 

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BASEBALL
BOLD 6, MACA 0 / BOLD 10, MACA 0
BIRD ISLAND – The BOLD Warriors continue their hot start to the season with a pair of shutout wins over Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta on Thursday.
Hayden TerSteeg tossed six innings of two-hit ball and the Warriors took game one 6-0. Jordan Leuthardt took the loss for the Tigers, allowing five runs (four earned) on six hits over four innings. Tersteeg and Luke Ryan each had two hits and an RBI for BOLD. 

Jordan Sagedahl continued what Tersteeg started with a game two shutout for a 10-0 win. Sagedahl threw a complete game allowing three hits and striking out seven. Ryan went 4-5 with two RBI’s, James Woeffel drove in three runs and the Warriors improved to 7-0 and have not allowed a run in four straight games. Parker Dierks suffered the loss, Jaret Johnson had three hits on the day for the Tigers who fall to 4-3. 

Brandon-Evansville 9, West Central Area 6 / West Central Area 6, Brandon-Evansville 3
EVANSVILLE – Keagan Schiele’s two-run single in the bottom of the sixth broke a 6-6 tie helping Brandon-Evansville earn a 9-6 win over West Central Area in game one of a doubleheader on Thursday in Evansville.
Schiele finished 2-3 with three RBI’s for the Chargers who won a back-and-forth battle, getting a complete game effort from Brandon Merrit. Merritt gave up six runs (two earned) on 11 hits with three strikeouts for the win. Taylor Bitzan and Gaven Jacobson each had two hits. Teigen Moritz had three hits and an RBI for the Knights. 

Grant Beuckens drove in three runs in game two and tossed two hitless innings of relief for the save as the Knights salvaged a split with a 6-3 win.
Beuckens relieved starter Nathan Kaye who allowed three runs (two earned) on eight hits for the win. Ross Anderson was 1-1 with an RBI and run scored and the Knights improved to 4-3. Tanner Bitzan hit a two-run double, Darrin Wibstad and Marshall Riedel each had two hits for the Chargers who are 5-2. 

Border West 3, Ortonville 2 (10 inn)
CLINTON – Sam Adelman struck out 14 over 9.2 innings and Border West walked-off Ortonville for a 3-2 win in 10 innings on Thursday from Clinton.
Adelman allowed just two runs (one earned) on three hits for the win, Spencer Ellison was 4-4 with a run, Matt Thielen and Austin Kipp each had two hits with Kipp and Hunter Johnson picking up RBI’s and Buccaneers improved to 5-1.
Elijah Cloos took a no-decision tossing eight innings and allowing two runs on nine hits, Dexter Tweeter had two RBI’s and the Trojans fall to 5-1.

Minnewaska Area 13, Yellow Medicine East 7
GLENWOOD – Ryan Christianson was 4-5 with two RBI’s and two runs to lead Minnewaska past Yellow Medicine East 13-7.
Colin Wiedauer and Matt Gruber combined for four RBI’s and five runs scored, Christianson earned the win and the Lakers improve to 4-2. The Sting are 1-3. 

Ashby 8, Hillcrest 5 / Ashby 14, Hillcrest 0
Montevideo 6, ACGC 2 / Montevideo 6, ACGC 3

SOFTBALL
Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta 11, Melrose 1
MELROSE – Liz Dietz tossed a complete allowing a run on six hits and Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta remained unbeaten with an 11-1 win over Melrose.
Dietz struck out 10, walking just three for the win. Riley Decker drove in three runs on two hits, Bailey Marty and Karly Fehr each had two hits with two RBI’s and the Tigers improved to 7-0 on the season. Mikayla Luetmer took the loss for the Dutchmen while collecting two hits and an RBI.

CGB 18, Hancock 9 / CGB 10, Hancock 2
Hillcrest 2, Ashby 1 / Ashby 4, Hillcrest 0
ACGC 8, Minnewaska 4 / ACGC 14, Minnewaska 2
Montevideo 7, Sauk Centre 6 / Sauk Centre 8, Montevideo 7