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DRS has its share of shutouts and rainouts
The Dakota-Rice-Scott baseball teams had their share of shutouts and rainouts in the last week. Lonsdale, Montgomery, Shakopee and Elko each had games where they blanked their opponents and the three games scheduled on Wednesday, June 12, were postponed by rain.
Monday, June 10 St. Patrick 11, Veseli 2 The Irish defeated Veseli 11-2. No other information was available. Tuesday, June 11 Lonsdale 4, Faribault 0 The Aces topped the Lakers 4-0. No other information was available. Thursday, June 13 Prior Lake 5, Union Hill 1 Mike Borgert-Poepping pitched a four hitter complete game as Prior Lake defeated Union Hill 5-1. He struck out three and walked none.
Ben Morrison, Levi Schneider and Cole Bjorge led Prior Lake who had two hits and an RBI each. Union Hill was led by Adam Geisen with two hits and an RBI and Adam Gill who had a double.
Friday, June 14 New Prague 9, Veseli 4 Veseli took an early 4-1 lead in the first part of the game. The Orioles took the lead for good in the fifth scoring four runs.
Cody Shimota and Corey Friedges led the Warriors Shimota had three hits and scored two runs. Friedges added two hits and a run.
Dan Shetka, Austin Bachman and Dan Novak led the Orioles with two hits each. Shetka drove in three runs and scored two himself, Novak and Bachman each had two RBIs.
The winning pitcher was Chase Buthe and Nick Hertaus took the loss.
Montgomery 2, Union Hill 0 The Mallards shut out the Bulldogs in a 2-0 win. No highlights were available. Cannon Falls 12, Prior Lake 10 Cannon Falls defeated the Mudcats in 10 innings. No highlights were available. Shakopee 16, Webster 0 The Shakopee Coyotes pounded out 14 hits to beat the Webster Sox 16-0 in seven innings.
Zak Hoffman led the Coyotes going 4-4 with a single, two doubles, and a triple. He also had four RBIs in the game. Josh Gregor and Andy Zellman each had two hits apiece. Ben Lazzari and Cody Pamperin also doubled for the Coyotes. Marcus Pleiss tripled and John Gordon doubled for the Sox.
Ben Lazzari threw five shutout innings to get the win. Alex Fischer took the loss for the Sox.
Saturday, June 15 New Market – 13, Veseli - 3 Veseli took the early lead, scoring two runs in the first on a hit by Brezina, and one in the third on a solo homer by Eric Steinhoff.
Kyle Bergstrom started for New Market, but gave way to Nick Rost after one inning. The Muskies took advantage of a walk and a hit batsmen, taking 11 bases on walks and eight on hit by the pitch. Nick Rost picked up the win and hit a three-run homer in the sixth. Blake Radloff took the loss for Veseli.
St. Patrick – 11, New Market - 1 St. Patrick scored early and often as New Market starter Derek Bergstrom allowed eight walks over four and two-third innings.
St. Patrick’s Seth Ambroz broke the game open in the fourth with a two run single. The sole Muskie run came on a solo homer from Nick Rost in the fourth.
Ambroz struck out three over seven innings pitched and added three singles at the plate.
Faribault 6, St. Benedict 3 The Faribault Lakers defeated the St. Benedict Saints 6-3 at St. Benedict. Jay Grote hit a three-run homerun in the first to back Jack Helgerson's complete game sevenhitter. The Saints got a tworun homerun from Scott Eischens.
Jacob Wolf, Jeremy Heitkamp, and Michael Pauly all pitched for the Saints.
Sunday, June 16 New Market – 4, Lonsdale - 3 New Market defeated Lonsdale 4-3 taking 13 innings to finish the game. Both teams were deadlocked at zero going into the fifth until Lonsdale scored two runs on an Aaron Kes double. New Market’s Kyle Bergstrom scored the winning run as David Stewart lined up the first pitch he saw down the left field line.
Nate Rost pitched ten innings, giving up only two earned runs and striking out 13. Phil Tisdale pitched well for Lonsdale, going nine strong innings. Bryce Rippentrop pitched the final three frames for New Market to pick up the win.
Shakopee 10, New Prague 9 New Prague and Shakopee had a barn burner as there were six lead changes. New Prague scored four runs in the seventh to lead 7-5. The Coyotes answered back with a run in the eighth and four in the ninth to take the lead 10- 7. The Orioles scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth.
Zack Hoffman had three hits including two doubles and Alex Gregor added a single and a double. Cord Harguth had two singles and two homeruns, including a giant three-run dinger in the ninth inning. Danny Shetka, Ross Skluzacek, and Dan Novak had multiple hits for the Orioles.
Prior Lake 23, Webster 12 The Prior Lake Mudcats powered over Webster 23-12 in eight innings at Webster. Jake Lehrer had eight RBIs, four hits and a home run. Jerad Lehre had four hits. Ben Morrison and BJ Benmz had three hits each.
Morrison was the winning pitcher with eight strikeouts in four innings of relief. Nick Nelson had the loss.
St. Patrick 9, Union Hill 2 St. Patrick won over Union Hill 9-2, the same day the Irish retired former manager Monte Hennen’s jersey.
Single runs in the second, third and fourth inning by the Irish got them out to a 3-1 lead. Union Hill pushed back in the sixth to make it 3-2 until the gates opened and St. Patrick scored three in the sixth and the eighth.
Mathew Pexa was 3-5 and scored three runs. Seth Ambroz was 4-5 and drove in four. Colton Borwege was 3- 4 and scored twice.
For the Bulldogs, Jesse Bastyr was 3-4 and Adam Gill was 2-4 with an RBI. St. Patrick pitcher Bill Dunker took the win, while Ben Trewartha had the loss.
Elko 11, Veseli 0 The Express rolled over the Warriors in an 11-0 win. No highlights were available.
St. Benedict 11, Montgomery 1 The Saints won over the Mallards 11-1. No other information was available.
Monday, June 17 Elko 18, Lonsdale 3 Elko's offense was powered by T.J. Evanson who drove in eight of the 18 runs with two home runs (including a grand slam) and a double. Jason Grimm and Gordon Kappers contributed with three hits a piece and Adam Alexander picked up two hits including a home run.
Ryan VanDussen picked up the win, giving up three runs in six innings. Phil Tisdel picked up two hits for the Aces in the loss.