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Tribune photo by Tom Larson Morris/Chokio-Alberta’s Tanner Picht takes a quick look at the flight of his three-run home run in the second inning at Montevideo on Tuesday. Picht had four hits and drove in five runs to help lead the Tigers to a 20-0 win.

Prep baseball roundup: Tigers maul Monte 20-0

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MONTEVIDEO — The Morris/Chokio-Alberta baseball team’s hitter were so hot Tuesday they probably had a couple of knocks on the bus ride to Montevideo.

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The Tigers had 17 hits, nine for extra bases, and overwhelmed the Thunder Hawks 20-0 in five innings.

Morris/CA scored 14 runs in the first two innings and also posted a five-spot in the fourth.

Tanner Picht was 4-for-4 with a two-run home run, a triple and he drove in five runs.

Jacob Torgerson had three hits, including a triple and a double, and he also drove in five runs.

Bryce Jergenson had two extra base hits and drove in four runs, Tom Holland was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs and Mac Beyer had two hits. Corey Storck, Tyler Henrichs, Lincoln Berget and Logan Manska also drove in runs for the Tigers.

Markus Kranz and Jake Bednar both had doubles for the T-hawks, who play a doubleheader at Minnewaska on Thursday.

Morris/CA 20,

Montevideo 0

Morris/CA..................861 50 — 20 17 1 

Montevideo...............000 00 —   0  4  5 

HITTING – MCA: Tanner Picht 4-4 hr 3b rbi-5, Jake Torgerson 3-4 3b 2b rbi-5, Bryce Jergenson 2-3 3b 2b rbi-4, Mac Beyer 2-4 2b, Tom Holland 2-3 2b rbi-2, Corey Storck 1-2, Tyler Henrichs 1-5 rbi, Lincoln Berget 1-3 2b rbi, Logan Manska 1-2 rbi … Montevideo: Zac Enevoldsen 1-2, Markus Kranz 1-3 2b, Jake Bednar 1-2 2b, Logan Knoshal 1-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – MCA: WP-Jergensen 2-2-0-0-0-2 … Montevideo: LP-Bednar 1.1-7-11-7-3-0

Camden

Minneota 8, KMS 1

Fred Mansfield knocked in Mitch Tollefson with a single in the second inning to account for the lone Fighting Saints (2-5, 2-6) run.

Jordan Engler singled twice to collect two of KMS’s five hits.

KMS..............................010 000 — 1 5 4

Minneota.....................210 31x — 8 8 0

HITTING – KMS: Jordan Engler 2-3, Mitch Tollefson 1-1, Fred Mansfield 1-2 rbi, Nathan Torkelson 1-2 … Minneota: Jordan Beck 4-4 rbi

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – KMS: Engler (L) 5-8-8-5-5-3 … Minneota: Isaac Josephson (W) 6-5-1-1-0-5

Minneota 14, RCW 3

The Vikings struck early, sending up 12 batters to the plate in the first inning to produce eight runs, highlighted by Jordan Beck’s grand slam and Isaac Josephson’s three-run homer.

Renville County West scored its three runs in the first two innings. Mason Schmitz singled in a run and Colin Thompson scored on a wild pitch in the first and a Mitch Treml single brought in the team’s final run. Thompson and Nick Fischer both doubled.

Minneota..............812 003 0 — 14 12 2

RCW......................210 000 0 —  3   5  2

HITTING – Minneota: Jordan Beck 2-4 grand slam 4-rbi, Isaac Josephson 2-4 3-run hr 3-rbi … RCW: Colin Thompson 1-3 2b, Mitch Treml 1-3 rbi, Mason Schmitz 1-3 rbi, Nick Fischer 1-3 2b

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – Minneota: Austin Buysse (W) … RCW: Brady Holwerda (L) 1.2-8-8-5-3-1, Hayden Johnson 4.1-4-5-4-5-5

Canby 4, MACCRAY 1

Canby’s Bryce Gorder pitched a solid game and the Wolverines fell in a Camden Conference game Tuesday in Canby

Caleb Melin was 2-for-3 with a double and scored the Wolverines’ lone run on Tyler Dunner’s RBI single in the third inning.

MACCRAY plays Central Minnesota Christian at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in Raymond.

MACCRAY.....................001 000 — 1 4 6 

Canby...........................031 00x — 4 5 1 

HITTING – MACCRAY: Caleb Melin 2-3 2b r, Tyler Dunner 1-3 rbi, Jacob Aviles 1-3 … Canby: Tate Sitrowske 1-2 rbi-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – MACCRAY: LP-Carter Asche 4-5-4-2-1-1, Dylan Abraham 1-0-0-0-2-1 … Canby: WP-Bryce Gorder

West Cent. South

Game One

Benson 2, ACGC 1

Cody Hammerschmidt singled to left with the bases loaded and none out in the bottom of the seventh scoring Aaron Ahrndt.

Hammerschmidt got the win with three-plus innings of no-hit relief. He had control problems (walking 5) but escaped bases-loaded jams in both the seventh and eighth innings as Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City stranded 13.

ACGC senior starter Jordan Nelson took the loss pitching into the eighth inning.

ACGC.......................010 000 00 —1 4 2  

Benson.....................000 010 01 —2 7 6 

HITTING – ACGC: Jordan Nelson 2-for-5, Colten Minnick 1-for-3, Brett Busskohl 1-for-3; Ryan Roush 0-for-3, run… Benson: Tyler Grinke 1-for-4, rbi; Cody Hammerschmidt 2-for-4, 2b, rbi; Chad Schwartz 1-for-3, Tanner Gimberlin 1-for-3, Austin Norby 1-for-3, run, 2b; Aaron Ahrndt 1-for-2, run

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – ACGC: Jordan Nelson (L) 7-7-2-2-3-5 … Benson: Morgan Staton 4X\c-4-1-0-2-4, Cody Hammerschmidt (W) 3Z\c-0-0-0-5-1

Game Two

Benson 11, ACGC 1

Freshman pitcher Connor Staton went to 3-0 allowing five hits over four innings. The Falcons’ run scored on a passed ball.

Benson improved to 7-2.

Benson..........................011 72 —11 8 0

ACGC............................100 00 — 1  6 4

HITTING – ACGC: Jordan Nelson 2-for-3 … Benson: Tanner Mikkelson 2-for-3, 2 runs, 2b, 2 rbi; Tanner Gamberlin 1-for-4, 2 rbi; Chad Schwartz 1-for-2, rbi; Jake Schwendemann 2-for-3, rbi; Aaron Ahrndt 1-for-3, rbi; Tyler Grinke 0-for-2, 3 runs, rbi

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – Benson: Connor Staton (W) 4-5-1-0-3-2, Brady Young 1-1-0-0-0-0… ACGC: Brody Larson (L) 4-7-9-6-3-2

Game One

BOLD 7, Paynesville 3

The Warriors and Bulldogs split a doubleheader by almost identical scores, and, appropriately, both teams are tied for the West Central South lead at 4-1.

BOLD scored five first-inning runs and downed the Bulldogs 7-3 in game one.

Down two in the late innings of game two, Paynesville scored seven runs in the last two innings and won 7-2.

Paynesville is now 5-5 overall and plays ACGC at 5 p.m. Thursday in Atwater. BOLD is 8-4.

In game one, Trevor Nissen, Trent Athmann and Austin Weis all had two hits and Logan Sandgren worked all six innings for the victory.

Matthew Dingmann drove in two runs for the Bulldogs.

In game two, Trent Gertken doubled twice and drove in three runs and Nathan Meyer also had a pair of doubles.

Winning pitcher Jordan Roos gave up five hits, didn’t walk a batter and struck out six.

BOLD...........................500 101 — 7 9 0 

Paynesville..................003 000 — 3 6 1 

HITTING – BOLD: Trent Athmann 2-3, Trevor Nissen 2-4 2b rbi, Tyler Seehusen 1-3 rbi, Logan Sandgren 1-3 rbi, Sawyer Tersteeg 1-3 rbi, Austin Weis 2-3 rbi … Paynesville: Matthew Quade 2-4, Blake Karsch 1-3, Nick Dingmann 1-3 rbi-2, Brandon Schleper 2-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – BOLD: WP-Sandgren 6-6-3-3-4-4 … Paynesville: LP-Nathan Meyer 6-9-7-5-1-5

Game Two

Paynesville 7, BOLD 2

Paynesville................000 034 — 7 10 1 

BOLD..........................101 000 — 2  5  0

HITTING – Paynesville: Meyer 2-3 2b-2, Quade 1-3, Karsch 2-3, Dingmann 1-3 rbi, Jordan Roos 1-2 rbi, Schleper 1-3 rbi, Trent Gertken 2-3 2b-2 rbi-3 … BOLD: Athmann 1-4, Nissen 2-3, Tyler Rock 1-1, Lane Stadther 1-3

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – Paynesville: WP-Roos 6-5-2-2-0-6 … BOLD: LP-Riley Kramer

Non-Conference

Hutchinson 13, NLS 3

New London-Spicer’s Jordan Payne was 3-for-3, and Nick Bergeson was 2-for-3 with 2 runs scored in the Wildcats’ losing effort.

NLS (3-9) next plays Albany on Thursday in Spicer.

NLS (3-9)......................101 100 — 3 8 5

Hutchinson...............020 047 — 13 12 0

HITTING – NLS: Jordan Payne 3-3, Nick Bergeson 2-3, r-2, Brady Schmitz 2-2, 3b, Ryan Vraa 1-4, rbi … Hutchinson: Mitchell Peterson 3-4, Connor Kern 3-4, 2b, Nate Blom 2-2, 3b

PITCHING – NLS: LP-Nick Bergeson … Hutchinson: WP-Marcus Hahn

Litchfield 10, Orono 8

Litchfield’s Dylan Koll recorded the final out with the winning run at the plate to lift the Dragons over Orono.

Koll also had 2 hits, 2 RBIs and 2 stolen bases, including a 2-out, 2-run single in the Dragons’ 4-run third inning.

Mike Spreiter was 2-for-4 with a double and 3 RBIs, and Braeden Wahl and Zach Kinny each had 3 hits.

Dan Oster picked up the win for Litchfield with 4.2 innings of work and 0 earned runs allowed.

The Dragons (6-4) host Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 4 p.m. today in Litchfield.

Litchfield (6-4)......114 310 0 — 10 13 3

Orono.....................100 051 1 — 8 11 3

HITTING – Litchfield: Braeden Wahl 3-5, r-2, rbi, Nate King 2-2, 2b, Zach Kinny 3-4, rbi-2, Mike Spreiter 2-4, rbi-3, 2b, Dylan Koll 2-4, r-2, rbi-2, sb-2, Andy Schneider 1-2 … Orono: Jake Lanie 2-4, rbi-2, Joe Luedtke 2-4, rbi

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – Litchfield: WP-Dan Oster 4.2-7-6-0-2-1; S-Dylan Koll .1-0-0-0-0-0 … Orono: LP-Andrew Jordan

Late Monday

Camden

KMS 4, Dawson-Boyd 1

KMS starter Sam Johnson struck out three in each of the first three innings and opened the fourth with another strikeout en route to striking out 15 Blackjacks. Johnson also held Dawson-Boyd to six hits in his complete-game win that had only one walk and no earned runs.

Brendan Hjelle supplied KMS with RBI singles in the fourth and sixth, Rylan Hatlestad singled in another run in the sixth, and Jordan Engler added two more hits for KMS.

KMS..........................000 202 0 — 4 6 3

DB.............................001 000 0 — 1 6 3

HITTING – KMS: Jordan Engler 2-3, Kyle Baker 1-3, Brendan Hjelle 2-3 2-rbi, Rylan Hatlestad 1-3 rbi … DB: Daniel Baldwin 2-4, Justin Lee 2-3 2-2b, Jordan Bothun 2-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) – KMS: Sam Johnson (W) 7-6-1-0-1-15 … DB: Zach Stratmoen (L) 7-6-4-2-0-5

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