Tyndall teeners take 2nd at stateTABOR — Tyndall rallied with six runs in the fifth inning but the team fell 11-8 to Madison Sunday in the championship game of the Class A state teener baseball tournament in Tabor.
By: Sports Staff, The Daily Republic
TABOR — Tyndall rallied with six runs in the fifth inning but the team fell 11-8 to Madison Sunday in the championship game of the Class A state teener baseball tournament in Tabor.
Chase Kortan and Austin Kaul both recorded two hits and saw action on the mound. Kortan suffered the loss.
Madison scored four runs in the first and second innings and added two in the third to lead 10-0 early. Taylor Anderson had three hits in the win and Preston Nordling added two. Brandon Burg was the winning pitcher. Madison ended the year with a 24-2 record and Tyndall finished at 21-5.
TABOR — Parkston rallied after two late-inning surges from Hartford/Humboldt and won 9-8 to take third place at the Class A state teener baseball tournament Sunday in Tabor.
Hartford/Humboldt scored three runs in the sixth to lead by two only for Parkston to respond with three in the bottom of the inning and after a four-run top of the seventh Parkston got a four-run bottom half to win the game.
Brady Reiff had three hits in the win and Spencer Lucas got the pitching victory. He didn’t allow a hit and recorded the final two outs for Parkston on the mound, striking out one.
Riley Danielson suffered the loss on the mound for Hartford/Humboldt. He pitched the entire game and allowed six hits while striking out three. Cameron Stone and Gabe Wieczorek both had three hits in the loss and Matt Sebert added two.
Groton 11, Vermillion 1
TABOR — A 10-run fourth inning helped lead Groton past Vermillion 11-1 in the fifth- and sixth-place matchup at the Class A state teener tournament Sunday in Tabor.
Mason Madsen got the win on the mound for Groton, allowing one run on no hits and striking out three. Parker Rossow and Spencer Knecht each had two hits for Groton in the win.
Ethan James took the loss on the mound for Vermillion.
TABOR — Tyndall scored seven fourth-inning runs against Humboldt/Hartford in a semifinal game Saturday to pull away for a 14-2 mercy-rule victory.
The game ended in five innings on the 10-run rule, and Hunter Young picked up the win. He tossed all five innings, allowing four hits and two runs. He struck out 10.
Tyndall’s offense was led by Chase Kortan’s three hits. He was a home run shy of the cycle. Sawyer Fridrich scored four runs and had two hits and Young had a double and a triple.
Humboldt/Hartford’s Cole Rockafellow was the losing pitcher. He threw three innings, allowing nine hits and 11 runs. Riley Danielson was the team’s lone player with multiple hits, recording a triple and a single.
Tyndall advanced to the championship game with the victory, while Humboldt/Hartford was pushed to the third- and fourth-place game.
Madison 9, Parkston 7
TABOR — Parkston led 7-3 after four innings, but allowed five runs in the final three fames to lose 9-7 to Madison in a semifinal game Saturday.
Dillon Stadlman was the losing pitcher for Parkston, which was outhit 15-8. Stadlman threw on inning, allowing two hits and two runs.
Spencer Lucas and Jake Weber also pitched for Parkston. Lucas threw four innings, allowing seven hits and three runs, while Weber allowed four hits and three runs.
Lucas had a single and a double, Brady Reiff had two singles and Lane Konrad and Ty Kinneberg each had one hit and scored two runs.
Madison’s Josh Giles earned the win. He threw four innings and allowed three hits and three runs.
Parkston moved to the third- and fourth-place game with the loss, and Madison moved to the championship.