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Sports: Gold go 2-2 at Brandon tourney

BRANDON -- The Mitchell Teener Gold baseball team took fourth place at a tournament in Brandon this past weekend. Mitchell went 2-2 at the tournament. Mitchell beat Luverne, Minn., 10-8 and Sioux Falls Central 13-1 and fell to Sioux Falls East 4-...

BRANDON -- The Mitchell Teener Gold baseball team took fourth place at a tournament in Brandon this past weekend.

Mitchell went 2-2 at the tournament. Mitchell beat Luverne, Minn., 10-8 and Sioux Falls Central 13-1 and fell to Sioux Falls East 4-2 and Sioux Falls West 11-7.

Against Luverne, Jordan Reiner picked up the win in relief and went 3-for-3 at the plate with three doubles and two RBI. Kyle Larson went 2-for-4 and Alex Loes went 1-for-3 with a double and RBI. Mitchell had 10 hits in the game.

Against Sioux Falls Central, Mitchell won in four innings. Loes got the win on the mound. He struck out five and gave up two hits. Mitchell had 10 hits in the game. Larson, Jacob Schmidt, Jordan Piper and Kendall Patrick combined to go 8-for-10 at the plate with three doubles and eight RBI.

Against Sioux Falls East, Alex Bennett took the loss in a complete-game effort. He gave up three earned runs on seven hits. Mitchell had four hits in the game.

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Against Sioux Falls West, Piper took the loss on the mound. Mitchell had five hits with Reiner going 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI. Steve Jackson had a hit and two RBI.

Up next, Mitchell (3-3) is host to Brookings at 5 p.m. Thursday at Cadwell Park.

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