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Amatuer roundup: Schmidt has 5 RBIs in Raptors' win

Jason Schmidt finished with two doubles and five RBIs to lead Dimock/Emery over Mitchell 10-3 in Sunshine League action Thursday night at Cadwell Park in Mitchell.

Phil Johnson earned the win on the mound for the No. 4 Raptors, throwing seven innings and giving up six hits and three runs. Josh Schmidt had two hits and an RBI for Dimock/Emery.

The losing pitcher for the Mad Dogs was Darrin Hager. He threw three innings, allowing eight runs on five hits and striking out one.

Sam Schumacher finished with a hit, run scored and an RBI for the Mad Dogs. Nick Tadlock added one hit and an RBI.

Dimock/Emery (20-6, 9-3 SL) plays No. 2 Alexandria at 7 p.m. Sunday in Alexandria. Mitchell (10-6, 8-6 SL) plays Winner/Colome at 5 p.m. Sunday at Cadwell Park.

Parkston Mudcats 2, Tripp/Delmont 1

PARKSTON -- Luke Tiesler allowed one run on three hits over nine innings to lead the No. 1 Parkston Mudcats past Tripp/Delmont 2-1 in a Sunshine League matchup Thursday night in Parkston.

Tiesler added 10 strikeouts, while Trevor Freudenthal finished with a double and an RBI for the Mudcats.

Taking the loss for Tripp-Delmont was Jeff Friman. He pitched eight innings, allowing 10 hits and two runs. Friman added a double and an RBI in the loss.

Parkston (10-3 SL) plays Platte at 7 p.m. Sunday in Parkston, while Tripp-Delmont (2-10 SL) plays Corsica/Stickney Sunday in Delmont.

Alexandria 13, Mount Vernon 0

ALEXANDRIA -- Jordan Gau struck out 14 batters for Alexandria in a Sunshine League win over Mount Vernon 13-0 in eight innings Thursday in Alexandria.

Gau allowed five hits over eight innings in the win for the No. 2 Angels (16-2, 12-1 SL).

Evan Mastel took the loss for the Cardinals (1-8 SL). He allowed 13 runs on 11 hits and struck out three in seven innings.

Thomas Gulledge hit a grand slam for the Angels, finishing 2-for-4 with four RBIs, while Gau added two hits and two RBIs. Pierce Smith was 2-for-3 in the win.

The Angels play No. 4 Dimock/Emery at 7 p.m. Sunday in Alexandria.