Corsica places third at teener state tourneyPLATTE — Corsica downed Flandreau 5-1 in the third- and fourth-place matchup at the Class B VFW teener baseball tournament Sunday in Platte. Allen Muilenburg didn’t allow an earned run in a complete-game win on the mound. He struck out 10 and allowed one hit without walking a batter.
By: Sports Staff, The Daily Republic
PLATTE — Corsica downed Flandreau 5-1 in the third- and fourth-place matchup at the Class B VFW teener baseball tournament Sunday in Platte.
Allen Muilenburg didn’t allow an earned run in a complete-game win on the mound. He struck out 10 and allowed one hit without walking a batter.
No batters recorded multiple hits in the game but Brian Joachim scored twice and Kade Rexwinkel had two RBIs in the win.
Mount Vernon 5,
PLATTE — Deric Denning struck out 16 in a complete-game win as Mount Vernon took fifth place in the Class B VFW teener baseball tournament Sunday in Platte with a 5-1 win over Alcester/Hudson.
Denning allowed three hits, three walks and one unearned run. Tate Deinert was 2-for-2 at the plate with two runs scored for Mount Vernon.
Colin Waith took the loss for Alcester/Hudson. He gave up two earned runs in four innings.
Alcester/Hudson received the sportsmanship trophy awarded by the umpires for the tournament.
Warner 7, Elkton 6
PLATTE — Trailing the entire game, Warner scored two runs in the sixth to tie Elkton and plated one in the seventh to win the Class B VFW teener baseball state title game 7-6 in walk-off fashion Sunday in Platte.
Dustin Northrop pitched a complete-game victory in the title game, allowing six runs — three earned — on five hits and three walks while striking out seven. Chance Torrence was the only Warner batter with multiple hits going 2-for-3 with a run scored.
Jordan Beck was 2-for-4 for Elkton and Heath Schindler suffered the loss on the mound, allowing two earned runs in 3 2/3 innings.
Kimball/White Lake 1
PLATTE — Porter Hummel tossed all seven innings and allowed one earned run in Alcester/Hudson’s 7-1 win over Kimball/White Lake Saturday.
The loss was a consolation semifinal and knocked Kimball/White Lake out of the tournament.
Hayden Thiry was the losing pitcher for KWL, which had seven hits and one error. Thiry threw four innings, allowing four hits, five earned runs and five walks.
Eathen Gaulke was the lone player with multiple hits for KWL and Riely Talbott had an RBI in the seventh inning.
Mount Vernon 16, Platte 4
PLATTE — Deric Denning had three hits and two RBIs in Mount Vernon’s 16-4 win over Platte in a consolation semifinal game Saturday.
Owen London picked up the win, allowing three hits, three earned runs and he had five strikeouts.
Also for Mount Vernon, Charlie Mahaffey and Tate Deinert had two hits and an RBI. London and Bobby Beach-Pattison had on hit with two RBIs.
Platte’s Tate Wagner took the loss, throwing 1 1/3 innings, allowing six hits and 11 runs, four of which were earned. He walked two.
Phillip Millar, Nate Spawn and Wagner had a hit each for Platte, which was eliminated from the tournament with the loss.
Warner 12, Corsica 2
PLATTE — Warner scored six fifth-inning runs to pull away from Corsica in a 12-2 semifinal win Saturday.
Corsica’s Daniel Van Zee took the loss, throwing 4 1/3 innings and allowing seven earned runs and nine hits.
Braden Thares picked up the win for Warner, which outhit Corsica 12-2. Thares tossed all six innings in the mercy-rule win. He allowed seven hits and two earned runs.
Van Zee had three hits and an RBI for Corsica’s offense. Tanner Van Genderen had two hits.
Corsica was knocked to the third- and fourth-place game with the loss.
Elkton 9, Flandreau 8
PLATTE — Elkton scored a run in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat Flandreau 9-8 in a semifinal game Saturday.
Elkton, which needed one run in the bottom of the seventh inning to force extra frames, wsa led at the plate by Heath Schindler’s two hits and three RBIs. Trevan Farnham had two hits and an RBI.
Farnham also picked up the win on the mound, throwing five innings and allowing five hits.
Flandreau’s Geno Burshiem was the losing pitcher, throwing 2 1/3 innings and allowing two hits and one run.
Chase Westley had two hits and an RBI for Flandreau, which was knocked to the third- and fourth-place game with the loss.