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VFW Baseball: Willmar snags win over Litchfield

Cullen Gregory goes a perfect 3-for-3 in Post 1639's victory

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LITCHFIELD — Cullen Gregory went 3-for-3 with a double, two runs, an RBI, a hit-by-pitch and a stolen base to lead Willmar Post 1639 to the 8-3 victory Thursday at Optimist Park.

Dylan Staska went 2-for-4 with three runs, two RBIs and two stolen bases for Willmar (9-8).

Hunter Schultz, Jaxon Marquardt, Anthony Estrada, Beau Schultz and Durant Lara all had two hits for Litchfield (8-13).

Willmar next plays at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Sartell.

Willmar 8, Litchfield 3

Willmar          003   030   2-8   8   2
Litchfield      100   020   0-3   13   6
Hitting - Willmar: Connor Smith 1-4 r sb, Dylan Staska 2-4 r-3 rbi sb-2, Cullen Gregory 3-3 r-2 rbi 2b hbp sb, Braeden Fagerlie 1-4 rbi-2 2b, Blake Reiman 1-4 rbi sb, Mason Thole 0-2 r-2 hbp … Litchfield: Hunter Schultz 2-4 r, Alex Medina 1-3 bb, Jaxon Marquardt 2-4 r, Anthony Estrada 2-4 r 2b, Francisco Castellon 1-3 rbi sf, Beau Schultz 2-4 rbi, Ethan Holtz 0-3 bb, William Carlson 1-2, Jordan Abbott 0-1 bb, Durant Lara 2-4
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Willmar: Smith (W) 5-9-3-2-2-1, Reiman (Sv) 2-4-0-0-1-1 … Litchfield: Marquardt (L) 7-8-8-4-0-4

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