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Legion Baseball: NLS loses lead to Fergus Falls

FERGUS FALLS -- After New London-Spicer had taken a 3-0 lead, Fergus Falls plated seven runs in the fourth inning before going on to post a 8-5 win in the opening round of its round-robin tournament Friday.

FERGUS FALLS -- After New London-Spicer had taken a 3-0 lead, Fergus Falls plated seven runs in the fourth inning before going on to post a 8-5 win in the opening round of its round-robin tournament Friday.

Scott Rambow singled in a run in the first and Jeremy Pickle knocked in two runs with a fourth-inning single to give New London-Spicer an early lead. Fergus Falls answered in the bottom half of the inning by producing seven runs on five hits after 10 batters went to the plate.

New London-Spicer only got single runs after the outburst, one in the fifth on Rambow's sacrifice fly that brought in Devon Lien and another in the eighth on Andy Hadley's RBI double.

New London-Spicer plays Jamestown, N.D., at 10 a.m. and Thief River Falls at 1 p.m. to close out the tournament.

Fergus Falls 8, NL-Spicer 5

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NL-Spicer (5-5) 100 210 010 - 5 7 1

Fergus Falls 000 701 00x - 8 8 1

HITTING - New London-Spicer: Austen Hadley 2-for-5, 2b; Scott Rambow 2-for-3, 2b, 2 rbi; Wade Wessling 1-for-2; Andy Hadley 1-for-4, 2b, rbi; Jeremy Pickle 1-for-4, 2 rbi ... Fergus Falls: Erik Roles 2-for-2, 2 runs; Matt Ehren 1-for-3, 2b, rbi; Matt Wachawisk 1-for-3, rbi

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - New London-Spicer: Austen Hadley (L) 8-8-8-8-4-13 ... Fergus Falls: D.J. Ringquest 42/3-5-4-3-3-1, Zach Fabian (W) 41/3-2-1-1-1-4

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