Baseball roundup: ACGC left stranded by Eden Valley-Watkins

Baseball report for Tuesday, April 26, 2022, in west central Minnesota. Eagles get out of bases-loaded threat for 2-0 win

Baseball roundup
ACGC senior first baseman Jaxon Behm makes an underhand throw to first for an out during a Central Minnesota Conference game against Eden Valley-Watkins on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at Kingery Field in Atwater.
Joe Brown / West Central Tribune

ATWATER — Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City baseball had three chances to get onto the scoreboard against Eden Valley-Watkins, including having bases loaded with two outs in the bottom of the seventh.

And each time, the Eagles were able to thwart the threat. EV-W was able to get the 2-0 Central Minnesota Conference win over the Falcons on Tuesday at Kingery Field.

ACGC left seven runners on base, including four in scoring position. After the Eagles got the first two batters of the seventh inning out, the Falcons got some traction with a Keegan Kessler-Gross single. Jaxon Drange and Masson Hiltner both drew walks to load the bases for leadoff batter Logan Straumann. But EV-W pitcher Jackson Geislinger was able to coax Straumann into a pop fly to the shortstop for the final out.

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ACGC senior Jack Peterson tosses a pitch during a Central Minnesota Conference game against Eden Valley-Watkins on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at Kingery Field in Atwater.
Joe Brown / West Central Tribune

Geislinger allowed four hits and two walks with five strikeouts in a complete-game shutout.

The Eagles’ first run came in the top of the second on a Gavin Mathies triple that scored Xander Wilner. Nolan Geislinger added another run in the top of the seventh.


EV-W’s Landon Neiman was 2-for-4 with a double. Mathies was 1-for-3 with a triple and an RBI.

The Falcons got a strong pitching effort from senior Jack Peterson. The right-hander struck out eight, giving up six hits and two walks over seven innings.

Kessler-Gross went 2-for-3 to lead the Falcons. Zach Bagley finished 1-for-3 and Straumann was 1-for-4.

ACGC will stay at Kingery Field on Thursday for a doubleheader against Maple Lake. Game 1 is set to begin at 4 p.m.

Central Minnesota

EV-W 2, ACGC 0

EV-W      010   000   1-2   5   2
ACGC     000   000   0-0   4   3
Hitting - EV-W: Landon Neiman 2-4 2b, Myles Dziengel 1-3, Sam Nistler 1-2 2b bb, Gavin Mathies 1-3 3b rbi, Nolan Geislinger 0-3 r bb sb, Xander Willner 0-3 r … ACGC: Logan Straumann 1-4, Zach Bagley 1-3, Keegan Kessler-Gross 2-3
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - EV-W: Jackson Geislinger (W) 7-4-0-0-2-5 … ACGC: Peterson (L) 7-6-2-2-2-8

042722.S.WCT.ACGC baseball Fellows.jpg
ACGC head coach Chris Fellows talks to his team prior to the start of a Central Minnesota Conference game against Eden Valley-Watkins on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at Kingery Field in Atwater.
Joe Brown / West Central Tribune

Paynesville 4, BBE 2

Bennett Evans tossed a five-hitter, striking out five, walking two and allowing five hits, to lift Paynesville past Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa at Paynesville.

The Bulldogs scored twice in the fourth to break a 2-2 tie.


Grady Fuchs slugged a pair of home runs for Paynesville. He went 2-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base.

Will Van Beck went 1-for-3 with a double, a run, a walk and an RBI for BBE. Ashton Dingmann went the distance for the Jaguars, taking the loss despite striking out four and walking one.

BBE                 002   000   0-2   5   0
Paynesville     110   020   x-4   7   2
Hitting - BBE: Will Van Beck 1-3 2b r rbi bb, Gavin Kampsen 1-2 bb, Ashton Dingmann 1-3, Luke Dingmann 1-3, Chase Wright 1-3 r … Paynesville: Grady Fuchs 2-2 hr-2 r-2 rbi-2 bb sb, Max Athmann 1-3 sb, Isaac Lieser 1-3, Bryce Vanberbeek 1-3 r, Trent Wendlandt 1-3, Chase Bayer 1-2 hr r rbi
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - BBE: A. Dingmann (L) 6-7-4-4-1-4 … Paynesville: Bennett Evans (W) 7-5-2-2-2-5

Central Lakes

Game 1: Brainerd 6, Willmar 0

Right-hander Isaac Hanson tossed a one-hit shutout, striking out 14 and walking two, to lead Brainerd over Willmar in a Central Lakes Conference game at Brainerd.

Hanson threw 107 pitches, including 67 for strikes. He faced 24 batters.

“He threw the baseball well, locating his fastball and curve,” Willmar head coach Tom DeBoer said.

Ian Koosman had Willmar’s lone hit.

“This was the second time we’ve played on a baseball field this year,” said DeBoer, whose squad has practiced on the football turf at Willmar Senior High School because Baker Field hasn’t been ready for baseball. “It was cold, sub-40 degrees. We’re glad we got the game in.”


Willmar        000   000   0-0   1   0
Brainerd      110   040   x-6   8   0
Hitting - Willmar: Ian Koosman 1-2 bb, Alex Schramm 0-2 bb … Brainerd: M. Brau 2-4 rbi-2, I. Hanson 1-2 r bb-2, C. Kleffman 2-4 r, J. Benson 1-2 bb, B. Lund 0-3 bb, R. DeRosier 2-4 rbi-2, C. Springer 0-2 r bb-2, A. Helmin 0-2 bb, C. Brown 0-0 r, E. Owen 0-0 r, E. Eidenshink 0-0 r.
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Willmar: Sam Etterman (L) 4-4-2-2-3-4, Jason Malmgren 0.1-1-2-2-1-0, Ridgley Hulstein 1.2-3-2-2-3-1 … Brainerd: I. Hanson (W) 7-1-0-0-2-14.

Game 2: Willmar 10, Brainerd 1

Ian Koosman scattered four hits over six innings to help lead Willmar to the Game 2 victory at Brainerd.

Willmar scored four runs in the first inning, one in the second and three in the third to take a commanding lead.

“Ian was good,” Willmar head coach Tom DeBoer said. “He controlled the game from the start.

“And it helped that we got off to a good start.”

Sam Raitz went 2-for-3 with three RBI and Brandt Sunder was 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI for the Cardinals.

Willmar is host to Sauk Rapids at about 7 p.m. Thursday at Bill Taunton Stadium. The Cards then play host to the St. Cloud Crush at about 7 p.m. Friday.

Brainerd    000   100   0-1   4   2
Willmar      413   002   x-10   8   1
Hitting - Brainerd: M. Brau 1-4, J. Benson 1-3 r, B. Lund 1-3, K. Seidl 1-3 … Willmar: Cayden Hansen 0-2 r, Connors Owens 0-0 r bb, Sam Etterman 1-3 r rbi bb, Ian Koosman 1-2 r rbi bb-2, Alex Schramm 0-2 r-2 bb-2, Sam Raitz 2-4 rbi-3, Mason Swanson 0-3 r rbi-2, Ridgley Hulstein 1-2 r rbi, Brandt Sunder 3-3 r-2 rbi
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Brainerd: J. Schafer (L) 1.2-4-5-4-2-1, Springer 2.1-2-3-0-2-0, M. Karlson 1-1-1-1-0-2, Sidl 1-1-1-1-2-0 … Willmar: Koosman (W) 6-4-1-0-2-9, Hansen 1-0-0-0-0-2


Wright County

Game 1: NLS 11, Litchfield 1

Carson McCain allowed three hits and no earned runs over five innings to help New London-Spicer beat Litchfield at Green Lake Diamonds in Spicer.

McCain struck out four and walked one.

Daniel Estrada, Caden Besemer and Hunter Schultz all had hits for Litchfield.

Litchfield    001   00-1   3   5
NLS      200   18-11   10   2
Hitting - Litchfield: Bauer Wahl 0-3 rbi, Daniel Estrada 1-2 sb, Caden Besemer 1-2, Hunter Schultz 1-1 r bb … NLS: Luke Knudsen 1-3 r-3 rbi bb, Luke Ruter 1-4 r rbi-2, Gavin Degner 1-3 r-2 2b, Aedan Andresen 1-3 r rbi-4 bb 2b sb, Bennett Schultz 2-3 r rbi-2 2b sb, Hayden Christopherson 1-2 rbi hbp, R. Holmquist 0-0 r, Riley Lessman 1-3 r, b. Lien 1-3 r, Carson McCain 1-3 rbi
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Litchfield: Aashton Sullivan (L) 4-5-06-4-2-5, Bradley Larson 0.2-5-5-2-0-1 … NLS: C. McCain (W) 5-3-1-0-1-4

Game 2: NLS 16, Litchfield 8

Bennett Schultz went 4-for-4 with four RBI as New London-Spicer swept Litchfield at Green Lake Diamonds in Spicer.

The Wildcats had 16 hits. Gavin Degner went 3-for-6 with two RBI for NLS. Luke Ruter, Aedan Andresen and Cole Dolezal all had two hits for NLS.

Connor Taber went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI for the Dragons. Anthony Estrada and Hunter Schultz each had two hits for Litchfield.

NLS    102   174   1-16   16   2
Litchfield      500   003   0-8   10   1
Hitting - NLS: Luke Knudsen 0-3 r rbi-2 bb, Luke Ruter 2-3 r-4 rbi-3 bb-2, Gavin Degner 3-6 rbi-2, Aedan Andresen 2-4 r-2 rbi-2, Bennett Schultz 4-4 r rbi-4 bb, Hayden Christopherson 1-2 rbi bb-2, Gabe Rohman 1-4 r-2 bb, Riley Lessman 0-2 r, Brody Lien 1-2  r, Cole Dolezal 2-4 r-4 bb … Litchfield: Bauer Wahl 1-4 r bb, Connor Taber 3-4 r-2 rbi, Daniel Estrada 0-3 r bb, Caden  Besemer 1-4 rbi-2 2b, Beau Weseloh 0-4 r, Anthony Estrada 2-3 r rbi bb 2b, Ashton Sullivan 0-3 r bb, Bradley Larson 1-3 rbi-2 bb, Hunter Schultz 2-4 r rbi.
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - NLS: Konnor Rohloff 0.2-4-5-0-2-0, Degner 2-1-0-0-2-2, Rohman (W) 4.1-5-3-2-1-5 … Litchfield: Besemer (L) 4-9-6-6-3-5, Schultz 1.1-6-9-8-2-1, Weseloh 1.2-1-1-0-4-3


West Central

Game 1: Minnewaska 10, Benson 5

Dylan Alexander went 2-for-4 to help Minnewaska to the victory at Benson.

Brothers Torii Johnson and Hunter Johnson each went 1-for-3 with two RBI for the lakers.

Dylan Ascheman was 2-for-3 with a run and two RBI and Anthony Klassen was 2-for-4 with two RBI for the Braves.

Minnewaska    050   022   1-10   5   1
Benson              100   013   0-5   8   3
Hitting - Minnewaska: Torii Johnson 1-3 r rbi-2 bb, Dylan Alexander 2-4, Jack Magerus 1-3 r-3 bb, Hunter Johnson 1-3 r-2 rbi-2, Jacob Blair 0-1 r bb-2, PJ Johnson 0-2 r rbi-2, Nathan Dell 0-3 r bb, Conner Stein 0-1 r rbi bb … Benson: Isaac Minchow 1-3 r-2, Dylan Ascheman 2-3 r rbi-2 bb, Anthony Klassen 2-4 rbi-2, Garrett Lenz 1-3 bb, Alexander Claussen 1-3 r bb, Grant Gunlogson 1-4 r
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Minnewaska: Torii Johnson (W) 6-8-5-5-1-6, Alex Panitzke 1-0-0-0-2-1 … Benson: Dylan Ascheman (L) 5-2-7-3-6-3, Zachary Wrobleski 2-2-3-2-3-0

Game 2: Minnewaska 4, Benson 0

Nathan Dell and PJ Johnson combined on a five-hit shutout to lead Minnewaska to the sweep at Benson.

Dell struck out five and walked two over five innings. Johnson struck out four in two innings.

Alexander Claussen went 2-for-3 for Benson.

Benson              000   000   0-0   5   3
Minnewaska      100   012   x-4   3   1
Hitting - Benson: Isaac Minchow 1-3, Reece Larson 1-3, Alexander Claussen 2-3, Grant Gunlogson 1-3 … Minnewaska: Tori Johnson 1-3, Jack Majerus 1-3, Nathan Dell 1-2 bb, Jack Larson 0-3 r , PJ Johnson 0-2 r bb, Conner Stein 0-3 r
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Benson: Isaac Minchow (L) 6-3-4-2-2-9 … Minnewaska: Nathan Dell (W) 5-5-0-0-2-5, PJ Johnson (L) 2-0-0-0-0-4


Game 1: Sauk Centre 17, BOLD 3

Sauk Centre scored eight runs in the sixth inning to have the West Central Conference game called after six innings at Bird Island.

Ethan Nathe went 2-for-5 with a double, three runs and two RBI for the Mainstreeters.

Tate Sheehan was 2-for-3 with a hit-by-pitch and two RBI for BOLD.

Sauk Centre    034   118-17   9   2
BOLD                010   110-3   5   3
Hitting - Sauk Centre: Hunter Danielson 1-4 r-2 rbi-4 2b hbp, Matthew Warring 0-3 r, Logan Meyer 1-3 r, Eli Fletcher 1-4 r 2b, Ben Mettenburg 0-0 r rbi, Ben Millard 1-3 r-2 rbi-2 hbp, Payton Crider 1-3 r-2 hbp, Ethan Nathe 2-5 r-3 rbi-2 2b, Keegan Middendorf 1-3 r-3 rbi 2b hbp, Zachary Bick 1-2 r rbi-2 … BOLD: Tate Sheehan 2-3 rbi-2 hbp, Jack Kaiser 1-4 r, Rylan Gass 0-2 r, Max Benson 1-3 r, Lane Osterfeld 1-1 hbp, Kaden Fischer 0-1 rbi.
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Sauk Centre: Danielson (W) 3-2-1-0-1-0, Zachary Bick 3-3-2-1-3-3 … BOLD: Daylen Weber (L) 3-4-7-6-5-2, Sheehan 3-5-10-7-5-2

Game 2: Sauk Centre 9, BOLD 1

Eli Fletcher was 3-for-4 with three RBI and Sauk Centre took advantage of six BOLD errors to beat the Warriors at Bird Island.

Max Benson went 2-for-3 to lead BOLD offensively.

BOLD                 001   000   0-1  7   6
Sauk Centre      013   401   x-9   7   0
Hitting - BOLD: Tate Sheehan 1-4, Lane Osterfeld 1-2, Owen Flann 0-2 r sb, Carson Edwards 1-3 rbi, Max Benson 2-3, Rylan Gass 1-3, Kaden Fischer 1-3 … Sauk Centre: Hunter Danielson 0-4 r-2 rbi sb-3, Matthew Warring 1-3 r-2 rbi sb, Eli Fletcher 3-4 r rbi-3, Ben Millard 0-3 r, Payton Crider 2-3 rbi-2, Keegan Middendorf 1-3 r sb, Zachary Bick 0-1 r-2 hbp sb
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - BOLD: Gass (L) 4-5-8-3-2-7, Flann 2-2-1-1-2-0 … Sauk Centre: Warring (W) 4-6-1-1-2-3, Crider 2-1-0-0-2-2, Logan Meyer 1-0-0-0-0-1

Game 1: Morris/CA 4, Montevideo 2

Brandon Jergenson struck out 13 over 6-1/3 innings to lead Morris/Chokio-Alberta to the victory over Montevideo at Morris.

Jergenson allowed four hits and two walks as well as one earned run. Drew Huebner picked up the save by striking out the final two batters.

Gage Augeson, Brady Snell, Cooper Dack and Mason Jerve all had hits for the Thunder Hawks.

Montevideo    011   000   0-2   4   3Morris/CA      002   011   x-4   6   2
Hitting - Montevideo: Gage Augeson 1-4 r, Brady Snell 1-3 bb, Cooper Dack 1-4 r rbi, Mason Jerve 1-3 … Morris/Chokio-Alberta: Ross Marty 1-2 r-2 bb-2, Brandon Jergenson 1-3, Riley Asmus 1-2, r bb, Sam Kleinwolterink 1-2, rbi bb, Brett Hanson 1-3, Kyle Fehr 1-1 rbi, Durgin Decker 0-3 r
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Montevideo: Brady Snell (L) 6-6-4-2-4-2 … Morris/Chokio-Alberta: (W) Brandon Jergenson 6.1-4-2-1-2-13, Drew Huebner (Sv) 0.2-0-0-0-0-2

Game 2: Morris/CA 10, Montevideo 3

Dylan Rose went 3-for-4 and Ross Marty, Sam Kleinwolterink, Kaleb Breuer all had two hits for host Morris/Chokio-Alberta in its victory over Montevideo.

Grayson Eisenlohr was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Thunder Hawks.

Morris/CA    211   600   x-10  12   2
Montevideo     000   102   x-3   7   3
Hitting - Morris/Chokio-Alberta: Ross Marty 2-4 r-2 rbi-4 bb, Brandon Jergenson 1-4 r bb, Sam Kleinwolterink 2-4 r rbi-2 bb, Kaleb Breuer 2-3 r bb, Durgin Decker 1-4 r-2, Brett Hansen 1-2 rbi-2 bb, Dylan Rose 3-4, Kyle Fehr 0-2 r bb-2, Trevor Buss 0-0 r-2 … Montevideo: Gavin Johnson 1-3 r bb, Brady Snell `1-4 rbi, Grayson Eisenlohr 2-3 rbi, Kaden Boike 1-1 r, Ethan Moravetz 1-3, Mason Jerve 1-2 rbi, Zach Maroney 0-0 r bb
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Morris/CA: Brett Hansen 4-4-1-0-0-6, Brenden Hardy 1.2-1-1-1-2-2, Toby Gonnerman .1 2-1-1-2-0 … Montevideo: Gavin Johnson 3-6-4-3-4-2, Gage Augeson 2-5-6-6-3-1, Isaac Moravetz 1-1-0-0-0-1



Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg senior left-hander Alex Call tossed a perfect game, striking out 19 in the Fighting Saints’ Camden Conference win over MACCRAY at Lilleberg Field in Raymond.

Isaac Rudningen led KMS’ offense, going 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, two runs and two stolen bases. Wylee Lottman finished 2-for-3 with a double, three runs and an RBI. Jared Cortez hit a home run, finishing 1-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored.

Brooks Asche threw six innings for the Wolverines.

KMS heads to Clinton to face Border West on Thursday. MACCRAY hosts Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Thursday.

KMS               000   000   0-7   8   0
MACCRAY     000   000   0-0   0   4
Hitting - KMS: Isaac Rudningen 2-4 2b-2 r-2 sb-2, Wylee Lottman 2-3 2b r-3 rbi bb, Jared Cortez 1-3 hr r rbi-2 bb, Jaiden Henjum 1-4 r rbi-2, Chase Magaard 1-4, Tanner Wilts 1-1 rbi bb … MACCRAY: No hits
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - KMS: Alex Call (W) 7-0-0-0-2-19 … MACCRAY: Brooks Asche (L) 6-3-3-2-4-4, unknown 1-5-4-3-0-2


Jack Wertish went 2-for-4 with a double and Renville County West took advantage of 10 Central Minnesota Christian errors in the victory at Sacred Heart.

The game was moved from Prinsburg due to unplayable field conditions.

Josh Nelson went 2-for-3 with a walk and two RBI for CMCS. Kadin Dehmlow was 2-for-2 with a walk and a stolen base for the Bluejays.

RCW        000   241   0-7   6   4
CMCS     100   020   0-3   7  10
Hitting - RCW: Isaac Haen 0-4 r-2 sb, Tyler Froland 0-2 r bb hbp, Camden Wohlman 2-4, Tyler Amsden 0-3 r bb, Carter Rice 1-4 r sb, Jack Wertish 2-4 r rbi 2b sb, Zach Gustafson 1-4 rbi … CMCS: Ethan Bulthuis 1-3 r-2 bb 2b sb, Trenton Bulthuis 1-3, Josh Nelson 2-3 rbi-2 bb, Kadin Dehmlow 2-2 bb sb, Spencer Vander Pol 0-1 bb, Braelin Rime 1-1 r hbp-2
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - RCW: C. Rice 4.2-5-3-2-4-3, Wohlman (W) 2.1-2-0-0-0-2 … CMCS: Nelson (L) 4-3-2-0-1-4, E. Bulthuis 3-3-5-0-1-4

Dawson-Boyd 13, Lakeview 8

Down 6-2 after two innings, Dawson-Boyd outscored Lakeview 11-2 over the final five innings for a Camden Conference win at Dawson.

Leading the Blackjacks’ offense was Codie Johnson, who was 3-for-5 with a double, five RBIs and a run scored. Tygan Long got the victory on the mound after 6-1/3 innings of work.

D-B hosts Lac qui Parle Valley on Friday.

Lakeview             060   000   2-  8   12   4
Dawson-Boyd     204   115   x-13   12   2
Hitting - Lakeview: Justin Timm 1-5 r, Jordan Fischer 1-2 r rbi-2 bb-2, Taiven Isaackson 2-4 2b rbi-2, Cayden Caron 1-2 r-2 bb sb, Luke Sander 2-4 r sb, Lincoln Vogel 2-4 r, Tucker Fiene 2-4 r rbi-2, Dylan Caron 1-2, Hunter Magnuson 0-3 r … Dawson-Boyd: Braxton Hahn 2-4 r-3, Brayden Hahn 1-4 r rbi bb, Aiden Swenson 1-2 r-3 rbi bb-2, Codie Johnson 3-5 2b r rbi-5, Aric Gruwell 2-2 r bb-3, Ryan Lund 2-4 r rbi bb, Grayson Olson 1-2 r rbi bb-2, Blake Thompson 0-3 r rbi bb, Carter Bowen 0-0 r bb 
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Lakeview: Magnuson (L) 3-7-6-5-3-1, C. Caron 2.1-3-7-6-7-2, Isaackson 0.2-1-0-0-2-0 … Dawson-Boyd: Tygan Long (W) 6.1-12-8-3-3-3, Thompson 0.2-0-0-0-1-0


Avery Wittnebel tossed a perfect game to lead Lac qui Parle Valley past Yellow Medicine East at Madison.

Wittnebel struck out 12 against YME. He also went 1-for-3 with a run and RBI.

LQPV head coach Bart Hill admits that he didn’t even realize Wittnebel threw a perfect game until his players started celebrating on the mound afterwards.

“I was so focused on our offense, I didn’t even know he did it,” Hill said. “After a tough outing Saturday (against Tracy-Milroy-Balaton), I tried to build up (Wittnebel’s) ego again and I didn’t talk to him or put anything in his head. I told my assistant coach to keep track of his pitch count and just let him pitch as long as he can go.

“I was completely shocked that he thrw a perfect game. A perfect, game, especially a seven-inning perfect game, is bizarre.”

Kadyn Fernholz led the Eagles by going 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI. Kaiden Allpress doubled and drove in three runs.

YME       000   000   0-0   0   3
LQPV     412   001   x-8   8   0
Hitting - YME: No hits … LQPV: Landon Schirm 1-3, Kadyn Fernholz 2-4 r-2 rbi, Blake Wollschlager 1-4 2b r, Avery Wittnebel 1-3 r rbi, Kaiden Allpress 1-4 2b r rbi-3, TJ Mitchell 1-2 r sb, Tyler Schickedanz 1-2 r sb, Hunter Conn 0-0 r, Dain Mortenson 0-2 r sb-2
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - YME: Bryce Sneller (L) 3-5-7-3-1-5, Nikson Knapper 2-1-0-0-1-1, Cody Dahlager 1-2-1-1-1-3 … LQPV: Wittnebel (W) 7-0-0-0-0-12

Joe Brown is a sports reporter for the West Central Tribune.

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