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Stingers let one get away at Alexandria

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ALEXANDRIA — Alexandria stormed back from a four-run deficit to tie the game in the eighth, and won it in the 12th on two bases-loaded walks, beating the Willmar Stingers 7-6 on Monday at Knute Nelson Memorial Park.

Tied at five for four innings, the Stingers had gone up 6-5 on Jack Ross’ sacrifice fly in the top of the 12th.

Tyler Cohen came in for the save and put the first two batters on with a single and a walk.

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Ben Brewster

Ben Brewster covers the Willmar Stingers and other area sports, as well as laying out the daily sports section cover for the West Central Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @benbrewster.

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