Prep baseball roundup: Six-run 7th lifts BBE
REGAL — Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa’s Alex Schumann laced a two-out, two-run single to complete a six-run comeback — all in the bottom of the seventh — as the Jaguars beat Upsala/Swanville 6-5 on Tuesday in a non-conference game.
The Patriots blanked BBE for six innings, taking a 5-0 lead into the seventh.
Jordan Wosmek started the comeback with a leadoff walk. James Boogaard and Derek Weiner singled, and the Jaguars took advantage of an error, two more walks and a hit batter to pull within one, bringing the senior Schumann to the plate, who drove in the game-tying and winning runs.
Starting pitcher Brian Goodwin lasted four innings and gave up two runs.
Wosmek picked up the win with three innings of relief, striking out six.
BBE plays Holdingford on Thursday in Regal.
Upsala/Swanville 002 003 0 — 5 8 1
BBE (1-0) 000 000 6 — 6 8 4
HITTING – US: Evans 2-for-4, 2b, Soltis 2-for-4, Zimmerman 2-for-4 … BBE: Brian Goodwin 1-for-2, rbi, James Kuefler 2-for-3, Alex Schumann 1-for-4, rbi-2, Jordan Wosmek 1-for-2, 2b, James Boogaard 1-for-3, Derek Weiner 2-for-3, rbi
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — US: n/a … BBE: Brian Goodwin 4-3-2-0-1-0; Jordan Wosmek (W) 3-5-3-0-1-6
Redwood Valley 0
BOLD (2-0) got only three hits in its second game of the season — and all of them came leading off the first inning in consecutive order from Trent Athmann, Lane Stadther and Trevor Nissen — but the Warriors stole 10 bases after Redwood Valley made five errors, issued six walks and hit three other hitters.
Nissen, Steffel and Austin Weis combined to blank the Cardinals and keep eight of the nine starters hitless. Colton Minkel was 3-for-3 to try to jumpstart the Redwood Valley offense.
The first five Warriors in the batting order reached base in the first to give BOLD a quick 3-0 lead. Two more runs came across in the second before a four-run fourth punctuated a second-straight rout to open the season for BOLD.
RV 000 000 0 — 0 3 5
BOLD 320 400 x — 9 3 0
HITTING – RV: Colton Minkel 3-for-3 … BOLD: Trent Athmann 1-for-1, 2 hbp, run, rbi; Lane Stadther 1-for-3, 3 sb, 3 runs, rbi; Trevor Nissen 1-for-3, 2 sb, run, rbi; Riley Kramer 0-for-3, run, 2 rbi; Ben Steffel 0-for-3, 3 rbi
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — RV: Zach Siegfried (L) 3-3-6-4-3-3, Jordan Kohout 3-0-3-0-3-2 … BOLD: Nissen 3-1-0-0-0-0-3, Steffel (W) 2-1-0-0-1-1, Austin Weis 2-1-0-0-1-2
Hancock 2, WCA 1
Zach Copa hit an RBI single and Hancock notched a second run on an error to pick up its third win of the season.
Winning pitcher Brandon Shaw tossed seven strong innings, allowing just one run on a wild pitch, and struck out seven.
The Owls (3-1) next play Thursday when they host Ashby in a doubleheader.
Hancock (3-1) 000 200 0 — 2 5 1
WCA 010 000 0 — 1 3 3
HITTING – Hancock: Collin Brown 1-for-4, Justin Miller 1-for-3, Zach Copa 2-for-3, rbi, Andrew Shaw 1-for-3 … WCA: Andrew Lindor 2-for-2, Devin Nelson 1-for-2
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Hancock: Brandon Shaw (W) 7-3-1-1-3-7 … WCA: Jordan Beukens (L) 5-3-1-1-4-8; Ben Anderson 2-2-0-0-3-0
GSL 6, NLS 1
New London-Spicer starter Jonny DeGeest gave up three first-inning runs on three walks and two bunt singles, and the Wildcats couldn’t recover.
NLS got on the board with back-to-back doubles from Trey Austvold and Lucas Nordmeyer.
Glencoe-Silver Lake put it out of reach with two more runs in fourth on three hits and a walk.
The Wildcats (0-2, 0-2) next play a doubleheader Thursday against Annandale at Siebert Field on the University of Minnesota campus.
NLS (0-2, 0-2) 001 000 0 — 1 7 1
GSL 300 210 x — 6 7 0
HITTING – NLS: Trey Austvold 1-for-3, 2b, Lucas Nordmeyer 1-for-3, 2b, rbi, Ryan Vraa 1-for-2, 2b, Jarrett Hatlestad 2-for-5, 2b, Michael Arnold 1-for-3, Brett Olson 1-for-2, 2b … GSL: Teddy Petersen 2-for-3, Levi Vorlicek 2-for-3
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — NLS: Jonny DeGeest (L) 3.2-6-5-5-6-4; Jarrett Hatlestad 2.1-1-1-1-2-3 … GSL: Cole Petersen 6-7-1-1-3-7; Reed Wawrzyniak 1-0-0-0-0-1
After tying the game at 10 in the top half of the seventh, Litchfield fell in the bottom half on a throwing error.
The Dragons (1-2) were scoreless through the first three innings before scoring in each of the final four frames. Eddie Estrada highlighted a four-run fifth with a three-run homer to right-center and pinch-runner Austin Larson tied the game in the seventh by scoring on Matt Hopkins’ two-out double. Andy Schneider scored on an error after doubling in a run earlier in the seventh.
Cody Klabunde singled three times, while Hopkins, Braeden Wahl and Riley Johnson added two hits each for Litchfield, which is scheduled to host Maple Lake today at 4 p.m.
Litchfield (1-2) 000 142 3 — 10 13 2
Annandale (1-0) 014 140 1 — 11 13 3
HITTING – Litchfield: Cody Klabunde 3-for-4; Braeden Wahl 2-for-4, run, rbi; Matt Hopkins 2-for-2, 2b, run, rbi; Eddie Estrada 1-for-4, 3-run HR, 3 rbi; Riley Johnson 2-for-4, 2 runs, rbi; Jake Schultz 1-for-5, run, rbi; Andy Schneider 1-for-4, 2b, run, rbi; Dylan Kotzer 1-for-1, run … Annandale: Brock Fobbe 3-for-5, 3 runs; Tanner Olean 4-for-5, run, 2 rbi; Austin Kalla 3-for-3, solo HR, 2 runs, 2 rbi; Mark Rieger-Borer 1-for-2, 3-run HR, 3 rbi
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Litchfield: Ross Wendlandt 4-8-6-6-2-2, Hopkins 1-4-4-4-3-1, Sam Renner (L) 1-1-1-0-0-2 … Annandale: Olean (W) 1.1-3-3-1-0-1