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Prep Baseball: Rocori shuts down Willmar after storm delay

WILLMAR--After an hour and 45 minute rain delay, Rocori's hitters came out swinging with six hits, plating three runners. Garrit Kooistra settled in for Willmar after that until the fifth inning when Rocori scored three runs with two outs, includ...

WILLMAR-After an hour and 45 minute rain delay, Rocori’s hitters came out swinging with six hits, plating three runners.
Garrit Kooistra settled in for Willmar after that until the fifth inning when Rocori scored three runs with two outs, including a two-run double from Sam Young.
Tyler Johnson and Jon Broman each had scoreless innings for the Cardinals but the offense couldn’t figure out Rocori’s Jake Brinker, who tossed six innings, striking out six.
The next schedule game for Willmar is next Tuesday when the Section 5AAA gets underway.
Rocori 6, Willmar 0
Rocori 300 030 0 - 6 13 1
Willmar 000 000 0 - 0 5 0
HITTING – Rocori: Patrick Hemingson 2-3 rbi, Jordan Barth 2-4 rbi r, William Hulls 3-4 r, Sam Young 1-2 2b rbi-2 r … Willmar: Jon Broman 1-3, Noah Vreeman 2-2, Sam Vreeman 1-3 2b, Preston DeCathelineau 1-1
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Rocori: Jake Brinker (W) 6-3-0-0-3-6, Eli Backes 1-2-0-0-0-0 … Willmar: Garrit Kooistra (L) 5-12-6-6-4-1, Tyler Johnson 1-0-0-0-0-0, Broman 1-1-0-0-0-1
Camden
MACCRAY 7, RCW 4
An early three-inning stretch that produced all of its runs gave MACCRAY a win in the regular-season finale for both teams Tuesday in Raymond.
Jack Dykema and Connor Cronen had two hits each and combined to knock in three runs to ignite a MACCRAY offense that broke a 3-3 tie by scoring four times in the fourth inning. Chase Christenson doubled, scored, walked twice and had two RBIs.
Cronen also got the win on the mound after retiring the visiting Jaguars in order in the fifth inning.
Brody Elfering doubled twice, singled and had an RBI for Renville County West. Trent Kjersten and Hayden Johnson added two hits apiece.
The teams resume play Saturday in the Section 3A-North playoffs. MACCRAY plays Minneota at 1 p.m. in Canby and RCW takes on Central Minnesota Christian School at 1 p.m. in Sunburg.
RCW 200 101 0 - 4 9 1
MACCRAY 012 400 x - 7 9 1
HITTING – Renville County West: Trent Kjersten 2-3 r rbi, Brody Elfering 3-4 2b-2 rbi, Collin Thompson 1-3 r, Hayden Johnson 2-3 rbi, Brady Holwerda 1-4 2b rbi … MACCRAY: Jack Dykema 2-4 2b r-2 rbi, Derick Sommers 1-4 r rbi, Connor Cronen 2-4 r rbi, Chase Christenson 1-2 bb-2 2b r rbi-2, Cory Kruger 1-2, Colten Ammermann 1-3 r rbi
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Renville County West: Kjersten 3-4-3-2-2-4, Thompson (L) 1-5-4-4-3-1, Johnson 2-0-0-0-1-5 … MACCRAY: Kruger 3-6-2-2-0-3, Cronen (W) 2-2-1-1-1-0, Dalton Struxness 1-1-1-1-1-0, Sommers (S) 1-0-0-0-2-0
KMS 9, Minneota 1
KMS’s Rylan Hatlestad allowed just an unearned run and struck out nine as the Saints wrapped up the Camden Conference championship with a victory over Minneota on Tuesday in Sunburg.
Hatlestad also had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run, and Brandin Dahl also had two hits, including a double.
The Saints open the Section 3A-North playoffs against Dawson-Boyd at 11 a.m. Saturday in Sunburg.
Central Minnesota Christian School plays Renville County West at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Sunburg, and the winners play at 3:30 p.m., also in Sunburg.
Minneota 000 001 0 - 1 3 5
KMS 100 125 x - 9 7 1
HITTING – Minneota: Austin DeVlaeminck 1-1, Henry Pesch 1-2 … KMS: Brandin Dahl 2-3 2b, Rylan Hatlestad 2-3 2b rbi, Israel Rodriguez 1-3 3b, Caleb Collins 1-3, Wyatt Jones 1-3 rbi
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Minneota: Pesch (L) 5-5-4-3-1-5, Thomas Hennen 1-2-5-0-1-0 … KMS: Hatlestad (W) 6-3-1-0-4-9, Brandon Rasmussen 1-0-0-0-0-1
West central
Minnewaska 8, MCA 0
Morris/Chokio-Alberta committed errors to the first four Laker batters and never recovered.
A day after being one-hit at BOLD, the Tigers had just two hits Tuesday, both of them by Sean Amundson.
Morris finishes the regular season 12-7.
Minnewaska 410 102 0- 8 7 0
MCA 000 000 0- 0 2 8
HITTING – Minnewaska: Riley Kinney 2-4 r-2; Chris Claussen 1-4 2b … MCA: Sean Amundson 2-2
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Minnewaska: Colin Richards (W) 7-2-0-0-2-8 … MCA: Toby Sayles (L) 3-3-5-0-1-0; Amundson 2-2-1-1-2-1; Ryan Bowman 2-2-2-1-0-0
BOLD 10, Montevideo 0
Riley Weis needed 72 pitches to toss a five-inning three-hit shutout for BOLD Tuesday in Montevideo.
The visiting Warriors scored a run in the first before opening the floodgates in the second by plating nine runs. Luke Ryan was 3-for-4, Austin Tersteeg was 2-for-2 and Reed Stadther had two RBIs for BOLD.
It was the final game in the regular season for both. Montevideo takes on Morris/Chokio-Alberta in a first-round game of the Section 3AA-North playoffs on Saturday. BOLD opens the Section 2A-North playoffs on Friday. The section seeds today.
BOLD 190 00 - 10 12 0
Montevideo 000 00 - 0 3 7
HITTING – BOLD: Luke Ryan 3-4 r-2, Hayden Tersteeg 1-3 r rbi, Reed Stadther 1-4 r rbi-2, Hunter Evenson 1-4 r rbi, Luke Nissen 1-3, Austin Tersteeg 2-2 r, Dawson Vosika 1-2 r, Zach Blum 1-1, Jordan Sagedahl 1-3 r rbi … Montevideo: Jack Van Ravenswaay 1-2, Garrett Christianson 1-2, Seth Kuno 1-2
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - BOLD: Riley Weis (W) 5-3-0-0-3-6 … Montevideo: Christian Kanten (L) 1.1-7-8-7-2-0, Christianson 3.2-5-2-0-1-1

WRight county
NLS 7, Litchfield 5
New London-Spicer jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead after their first time to bat and never looked back.
Litchfield tried to respond, putting up three in the second, but could never complete the comeback.
Wyatt White led the way for NLS, going 3-for-3 with two doubles, an RBI and two runs scored.
Luke Schultz started a last inning rally with a solo shot and was followed by a trio of walks that scored Tyler Sangren. The Dragons fell short, though, losing 7-5. Their regular season is over but New London-Spicer will close theirs out on Saturday against Benson.
New London-Spicer 500 200 0 - 7 6 1
Litchfield 030 000 2 - 5 6 2
HITTING – NLS: John Perkins 0-1 rbi r, Josh Soine 0-3 r-2, Wyatt White 3-3 2b-2 rbi r-2, Jaden Hanson 1-3 rbi r, Evan Haugen 1-3 rbi, Will Roguske 0-2 rbi r, Taylor Engelke 1-2 … Litchfield: Luke Schultz 1-4 hr rbi r, Tyler Sangren 2-3 r, Carson Deal 1-3, Jacob Jones 1-4 r, Seth renner 0-2 r, Stan Ridgeway 1-3 rbi-2 r, Derek Fruetel 0-0 rbi
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - NLS: Landon Tanner (W) 3-4-3-2-2-3, Soine 2-1-0-0-1-1, Roguske (S) 2-1-2-2-4-0 … Litchfield: Fruetel (L) 4.2-6-7-4-5-5, Mitch Virnig 1.1-0-0-0-1-0, Owen Boerema 1-0-0-0-0-1
Non-conference
YME 6, Benson 3
The first three innings were quiet for both teams as Benson’s Danny Lenarz and Yellow Medicine East’s Logan Thorstad shut down both offenses. Lenarz, who struck out five, was replaced with Hunter Mondor in the fourth and that’s when YME’s bats woke up.
YME’s Odegard scored two runs while going 3-for-3 on the day from the leadoff spot. The Sting scored two runs in the fourth, fifth and six to outpace Benson.
Benson 000 011 1 - 3 3 2
YME 000 222 x - 6 8 2
HITTING – Benson: A Lindahl 2-4, Justin Goossen 0-3 rbi, A Lindahl 0-1 r, Danny Lenarz 1-3 r, Ty Hedman 0-4 rbi, … YME: J Odegard 3-3 2b 3b rbi r-2, Nick Peterson 1-3 rbi r, Austin Friese 1-4, Logan Thorstad 2-3 rbi r, Brandon Schmidt 0-2 r, Ethan Becklar 1-1 r
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Benson: Lenarz 3-1-0-0-1-5, Hunter Mondor (L) 1-1-2-2-1-2, Goossen 2-6-4-3-1-0 … YME: Thorstad (W) 5-2-1-1-4-5, Tom Lindstrom 1-0-2-2-4-2, Will Jeseritz (S) 1-1-0-0-1-0
Hillcrest Lutheran acad. 3, hancock 1
Sean McGuire dominated the game on the mound and with a bat. He went 2-for-3, driving in a pair of runs while also going the distance from the bump and not allowing an earned run.
McGuire also struck out eight while only giving up two hits.
Brady Carter pitched a strong six and two-thirds but couldn’t get the final out. He gave up a two-RBI single to McGuire as Hillcrest Lutheran Academy secured the victory.
HLA 000 010 2 - 3 7 2
Hancock 001 000 0 - 1 2 2
HITTING – HLA: Sean McGuire 2-3 rbi-2, Nick Foss 2-3 r-2 … Hancock: Andrew Shaw 1-3, Brady Carter 1-2 r
PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - HLA: Sean McGuire (W) 7-2-1-0-3-8 … Hancock: Brady Carter (L) 6.2-7-3-2-2-1, Cody Griener .1-0-0-0-0-0

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