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Amateur Baseball: Six-run third inning leads Regal to 6-3 win over Rails

WILLMAR -- Regal scored all six of its runs in the third inning on three hits and three walks en route to a 6-3 Cornbelt League victory over Willmar on Friday.

WILLMAR -- Regal scored all six of its runs in the third inning on three hits and three walks en route to a 6-3 Cornbelt League victory over Willmar on Friday.

A.J. Hadley plated two runs with a bases-loaded double and Mike Mueller singled home two runs.

Shane Radermacher worked the first six innings for the win. He gave up four hits and three runs, while weathering seven walks. He struck out three before Chris Beier relieved and hurled three scoreless innings for the save. Beier gave up two hits and three walks, while striking out six.

Willmar scored twice in the fifth inning on run-scoring singles by Zach Horning and Alex Marcus. Jordan Olson tripled in the sixth inning and scored on a double by Mark Krogstad.

Olson was tagged with the loss.

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Regal 6, Willmar 3

Regal (4-8, 4-8) 006 000 000 - 6 6 0

Willmar (7-7, 7-8) 000 021 000 - 3 6 1

HITTING - Regal: A.J. Hadley 1-for-4, 2b, 2 rbi; Mike Mueller 1-for-4, 2 rbi; Shane Radermacher 1-for-4; Jeremy Fuchs 1-for-3; Josh Eckstein 1-for-3; Andy Hadley 1-for-1 ... Willmar: Lane Kleist 1-for-5; Mark Krogstad 1-for-2, rbi; Zach Horning 1-for-5; Steve Wetterling 1-for-4; Alex Marcus 1-for-4; Jordan Olson 1-for-4

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Regal: Shane Radermacher (W) 6-4-3-3-7-3, Chris Beier (S) 3-2-0-0-3-6 ... Willmar: Jordan Olson (L) 6-4-6-6-5-7, Cody Scott 3-2-0-0-1-4

NEXT - Willmar: Sunday at New London-Spicer, 1:30 p.m.

Bird Island 8, Atwater 1

Jesse Bjur, a former Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City high school pitcher, cuffed his old teammates by throwing a five-hitter to lead Bird Island (9-5, 14-7).

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Bjur walked eight batters, but struck out 10.

Wade Dollerschell went 3-for-4 with two RBI to lead the Islanders. Andy Dollerschell followed with two hits.

Matt Tanner had two hits to pace the Chuckers (6-7, 7-11).

B. Island (9-5, 14-7) 200 010 140 - 8 11 0

Atwater (6-7, 7-11) 001 000 000 - 1 5 2

HITTING - Bird Island: Mark Neubauer 1-for-4; Kyle Bruns 1-for-3; Andy Dollerschell 2-for-4; Wade Dollerschell 3-for-4, 2 rbi; Stephen Engelmann 1-for-5; Gregg Helin 1-for-3, rbi; Mike Nagel 1-for-1, 2b, rbi; Brad Gass 1-for-1 ... Atwater: Brian Kingery 1-for-4; Matt Tanner 2-for-4; Mike Malvin 1-for-4; Jesse Hentges 1-for-1

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Bird Island: Jesse Bjur (W) 9-5-1-1-8-10 ... Atwater: Brian Kingery (L) 72/3-10-8-6-6-5; Brad Hopp 11/3-1-0-0-0-0

NL-Spicer 4, Raymond 2

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Darren Ogdahl made it through 8Zc innings before giving up two runs, then turned the game over to Brady Toops as the Twins held off Raymond.

Ogdahl allowed seven hits, including a two-run home run to Raymond's Mike Jeseritz in the bottom of the ninth. Toops struck out both batters he faced for the save.

The Twins scored their runs in consecutive innings. Toops and Scott Rambow hit back-to-back doubles to score a run each in the third, then Skip Toops belted a two-run single in the fourth.

Rambow and Ben Kulset had two hits each for NLS.

Joe Schlagel and Travis Epema had two hits each for the Rockets.

NL-Spicer (6-6, 7-6) 002 200 000 - 4 13 3

Ray. (12-2, 20-9) 000 000 002 - 2 7 0

HITTING - New London-Spicer: Ben Kulset 3-for-5; Brady Toops 2-for-4, 2b, rbi; Scott Rambow 3-for-4, 2b, rbi; Darren Ogdahl 2-for-4, 2b; Scott Rosendahl 1-for-4; Josh Fortman 1-for-4; Skip Toops 1-for-3, 2 rbi ... Raymond: Mike Jeseritz 1-for-4, 2-run HR, 2 rbi; Mike Kragenbring 1-for-5, 2b; Kyle Knott 1-for-2; Joe Schlagel 2-for-4; Travis Epema 2-for-4

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - New London-Spicer: Darren Ogdahl (W) 81/3-7-2-2-3-3; Brady Toops (S) 2/3-0-0-0-0-2 ... Raymond: Tom DeBoer (L) 8-13-4-4-0-3; Mike Kragenbring 1-0-0-0-1-0

Non-League

Sauk Rapids 10, Litchfield 6

No other information was available at press time.

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