Prep Baseball: BOLD notches two walkoff wins in 3AA

BIRD ISLAND -- BOLD collected two walkoff wins Saturday to advance in the Section 3AA baseball tournament. The Warriors (14-7) beat Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 5-4 in 11 innings on Zach Remillard's infield single, then topped Redwood ...

BIRD ISLAND -- BOLD collected two walkoff wins Saturday to advance in the Section 3AA baseball tournament.

The Warriors (14-7) beat Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 5-4 in 11 innings on Zach Remillard's infield single, then topped Redwood Valley 3-2 on Tate Neubauer's one-out single in the seventh.

BOLD will face New Ulm at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Marshall.

BOLD 3, Redwood Valley 2

After Redwood Valley tied the game at 2 in the top of the seventh, BOLD took advantage of two walks and a single to load the bases for Neubauer, who came through with a hit to center field.


The Warriors were held to one hit through the first four innings, but started the fifth with three straight singles and scored two runs.

Neubauer and Shawn Dollerschell, who was the winning pitcher, had two hits each. Dollerschell allowed six hits, struck out two and walked two.

RV (12-10) 000 001 1 -- 2 6 3

BOLD (14-7) 000 020 1 -- 3 8 1

HITTING - Redwood Valley: Elliot Serbus 1-for-4; Logan Swan 1-for-3, rbi; Brandon Leckner 1-for-3; Erich Panitzke 1-for-3, rbi; Eric Winneker 1-for-3; Eric Miller 1-for-3 ... BOLD: Zach Remillard 1-for-2, 2 runs; Shawn Dollerschell 2-for-4, rbi; Alex Gay 1-for-3; Tate Neubauer 2-for-4, 2b, rbi; Kyle Krause 1-for-3; Jake Skeie 1-for-3

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) -- Redwood Valley: Erich Panitzke 4-1-0-0-4-4; Nick Verdoes (L) 2Zc-7-3-3-0-2 ... BOLD: Shawn Dollerschell (W) 7-6-2-2-0-2


Kyle Athmann led off the 11th inning with a single for the Warriors, stole second and went to third on a wild pitch. Tyler Hebrink walked and stole second, putting runners at second and third base.


Remillard's line drive caromed off the second baseman's foot for a single and scored the winning run.

Dollerschell tripled in the tying run in the ninth.

Shane Schoenberg pitched 10-plus innings for RRC/WWG, getting the loss.

Kyle Krause threw five innings of relief for the win, allowing a run on five hits. He struck out three.

RRC 010 110 001 00 -- 4 11 2

BOLD 200 010 001 01 -- 5 11 2

HITTING - Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove: Nate Bierman 2-for-5; Nick Erickson 2-for-4; Jeff DeKok 2-for-4, 2b, rbi ... BOLD: Tyler Hebrink 1-for-4; Zach Remillard 2-for-6, 2 runs, rbi; Shawn Dollerschell 2-for-3, 2b, 3b, 2 bb's, 2 rbi; Alex Gay 1-for-4, rbi; Andrew Brooks 1-for-5; Kyle Krause 1-for-4; Ben Albright 1-for-5; Kyle Athmann 2-for-4

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) -- RRC/WWG: Shane Schoenberg (L) 10-11-5-3-6-10 ... BOLD: Jake Stevens 6-6-3-3-4-7; Kyle Krause (W) 5-5-1-1-0-3


Montevideo 10, LQPV 7

The Eagles (11-10) scored three runs in the sixth inning to tie the game. Zach Moen doubled and Sam Haas singled. Moen scored on a wild pitch, then Chase Keimig's sacrifice fly scored another run. Jacob Redepenning hit a solo home run for the third run.

The Thunder Hawks responded in the bottom of the inning on a Christian Brabender RBI single and a two-run double from Brett Bergeson.

Mitch Christensen and Troy Hendrickson had two hits each to lead Montevideo.

Redepenning went 4-for-4, including two doubles, to pace LQPV.

LQPV (11-10) 202 003 0 -- 7 12 8

Monte (12-9) 301 123 x -- 10 9 0

HITTING - Lac qui Parle Valley: Jacob Redepenning 4-for-4, 3 2b's, solo HR, rbi; Sam Haas 2-for-3, 2 runs; Chase Keimig 1-for-3, 3 rbi; Eric Paulson 1-for-3, rbi; Seth Haas 2-for-4; Trent Hansen 1-for-3, rbi; Zach Moen 1-for-4, 2b ... Montevideo: Mitch Christensen 2-for-3, 2 runs; Troy Hendrickson 2-for-3; Ryan Tostenson 1-for-3, rbi; Joe Bednar 1-for-3, 2 runs; Christian Brabender 1-for-3, rbi; Brett Bergeson 1-for-3, 2b, 2 rbi; Jerad Schmitt 1-for-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) -- Lac qui Parle Valley: Eric Paulson 5-6-7-2-5-1; Blair Tostenson (L) 1-3-3-0-0-0 ... Montevideo: Colton Vien 5Xc-11-7-7-2-6; Troy Hendrickson (W) 1Zc-1-0-0-0-2

Marshall 9, Montevideo 4

Montevideo tied the game in the fourth on Brabender's solo home run, but Marshall regained the lead with a two-run homer from Andrew Larson.

The Tigers tacked on five runs in the fifth.

Christensen, Hendrickson and Ryan Tostenson had two hits each for the Thunder Hawks, who end the season with a 12-10 record. Tostenson drove in three runs.

Monte (12-10) 100 100 2 -- 4 9 4

Marshall (17-5) 002 250 x -- 9 11 0

HITTING - Montevideo: Mitch Christensen 2-for-3, 2 runs; Troy Hendrickson 2-for-4; Ryan Tostenson 2-for-4, 3 rbi; Joe Bednar 1-for-3, 2b; Christian Brabender 1-for-4, solo HR, rbi; Jerad Schmitt 1-for-2 ... Marshall: Andrew Larson 3-for-4, 2-run HR, 2 rbi; Derek Allpress 2-for-3

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) -- Montevideo: Christian Brabender (L) 4Zc-11-9-4-1-1; Troy Hendrickson 1Xc-0-0-0-0-2 ... Marshall: Nathan Schaefer (W) 5Zc-6-2-2-2-4; Andrew Larson 1Xc-3-2-2-1-1

Marshall 17, Benson 1

Kyle Pederson had two hits and Brennan Kent singled in the only run for Benson in the fourth inning.

Andrew Larson had three hits, including a double, and three RBI to pace Marshall. Cody Mather allowed one run on four hits in five innings.

Benson (7-13) 000 10 -- 1 4 2

Marshall (16-5) 705 5x --17 13 2

HITTING - Benson: Kyle Pederson 2-for-2; Brennan Kent 1-for-2, rbi; Cody Jaeger 1-for-2, 2b ... Marshall: Andrew Larson 3-for-4, 3 runs, 2b, 3 rbi; Mason Schnaibel 2-for-4, 3 rbi; Josh Flygare 2-for-2, 3 runs

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) -- Benson: Luke Schwarz Xc-3-4-4-1-0; Jed Eix 2-3-8-8-4-3; Brennan Kent 1Zc-7-5-3-0-0 ... Marshall: Cody Mather (W) 5-4-1-0-1-3

Redwood Valley 3, Morris Area 2

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