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MURDOCK -- Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg thumped Renville County West twice Tuesday, winning 11-0 and 14-2 in a Camden Conference doubleheader. Brianne Riley threw a three-hit shutout in the opener as the Saints scored eight in the sixth. The Saints pounded out 11 hits in the second game with Dot Saulsbury and Jasmine Bredeson each going 3-for-3. Game One KMS 11, RCW 0 Patina Queenen doubled and singled and drove in two runs and Kelsie Jeseritz was 2-for-2. Riley walked one and fanned four.
Wright County Delano 10, Litchfield 0 Litchfield (2-2) was held hitless for five innings before Kala Salo, Dani Heuer and Lisa Werner all singled in the sixth inning to load the bases. Katina Kaiser finished with a four-hit shutout for Delano (1-1). Delano (1-1, 1-1) .....033 201 1 - 10 15 2 Litchfield (0-1, 2-2)..000 000 0 - 0 4 4 HITTING - Delano: Cody Kreg 2-for-4, 3b; Sara Vass 2-for-4, 3b; Cecily Checkal 2-for-4; Teresa Vernig 2-for-3; Jessie Converse 2-for-4; Briana Royer 2-for-4 ....
Results Monday NL-Spicer Invite at New London Boys results Team scoring (1) Willmar 348 (2) New London-Spicer 149 (3) Renville County West 74 (4) Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 63 Individual leaders Hurdles 110 highs: (1) Paul Kimpling, Wil, 15.51 (2) Andy Boersma, Wil, 15.91 (3) Benjamin LaPatka, NLS, 17.72 (4) Aaron Rooney, BBE, 18.63 (5) Jordan Schalmo, Wil, 19.04...
Prep Baseball Rocori 9, Willmar 2 LQPV 7, ACGC 0 Benson 9, YME 4 Minnewaska 3, NL-Spicer 2 Paynesville 7, LPGE 3 Sleepy Eye 12, BL-H 3 Prep Softball KMS 11, RCW 0 KMS 14, RCW 2 TMB 5, Dawson-Boyd 4 Dawson-Boyd 9, TMB 3 LQPV 8, Benson/Hancock 7 Montevideo 3, BOLD 2 Paynesville 3, St.
College Baseball JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater vs. Dakota County (2) at Burnsville, 2 p.m. College Softball JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater vs. Dakota County (2) at Rosemount, noon
WILLMAR -- Laura Suter and Angie Flaten were nearly unhittable and the Ridgewater offense produced 25 hits as the Lady Warriors crushed MSCTC-Fergus Falls 14-0 and 10-0 on Tuesday at the college field. Suter threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts in the first game. Flaten tossed a two-hitter in the second game, facing one more than the minimum thanks two double plays. Both games went five innings. Julie Vosejpka had the loudest bat for Ridgewater.
WILLMAR -- The rain stopped one match, but not before Willmar had built up a 5-1 lead and beat St. Cloud Apollo in the Central Lakes Conference boys tennis opener for both teams. Willmar's Cass Magnuson trailed the Eagles' Joey Lafountaine 3-6, 6-3, 3-1 at 1-singles before it was called off. Otherwise, the Cardinals (1-0, 5-0) won the other three singles matches in fairly dominant fashion and won two of three doubles matches. "We're playing pretty well for this time of the year," said Willmar coach Loren Holter.
MAPLE LAKE -- In the Central Minnesota Conference opener, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa put four golfers under 50 for the first time, led by Kari Rosengren's 46. Central Minnesota Tuesday at Annandale Team scoring (1) Pierz 183 (2) Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 192 (3) Kimball/Ede Valley-Watkins 204 (4) Maple Lake 219 (5) Rockford 223 (6) Howard Lake-Waverly/Winsted/Lester Prairie, St.
MARSHALL -- Chris Kollen of Yellow Medicine East and Barry Rothwell of MACCRAY each shot a 74 to tie for second at the Marshall Invite Tuesday. The Wolverines took second in the team race with a 330, trailing Marshall Black by 12 shots.
NEW LONDON -- The Willmar boys posted some impressive times for their first outdoor meet on Monday during the New London-Spicer Invitational. Willmar won both the boys and girls team titles in a four-team field that also included Renville County West, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa and the host school. Abdi Awale clocked 2:01.44 to win the 800 meters and 4:32.59 in the mile on a surprisingly warm day in which the temperature reached the mid-70s. With a slight tail wind, Zak Kjolsing hit 11.03 in the 100 dash. Willmar is especially strong in distance.