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Amateur baseball: Boschee's complete game leads Mad Dogs over Platte

By The Daily Republic PLATTE -- The Mitchell Mad Dogs improved to 5-0 and 3-0 in the Sunshine League with a 14-3 win in seven innings over Platte Sunday in amateur baseball action. Arin Boschee pitched a complete game for Mitchell. He struck out ...

By The Daily Republic

PLATTE -- The Mitchell Mad Dogs improved to 5-0 and 3-0 in the Sunshine League with a 14-3 win in seven innings over Platte Sunday in amateur baseball action.

Arin Boschee pitched a complete game for Mitchell. He struck out 11, gave up six hits and two earned runs.

Billy Hamilton had four hits and seven RBIs for the Mad Dogs. He had a home run, a double and two singles. Hamilton also scored twice. Beau Van Overschelde scored four runs and Alex Loes scored three times.

For the Killer Tomatoes, Casey Hegge had two hits -- a double and a single.

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Mitchell plays at 8 p.m. Thursday in Parkston against the Parkston Mudcats.

Nolz, Mudcats beat Dimock-Emery 10-5

By The Daily Republic

PARKSTON -- The Parkston Mudcats defeated Dimock-Emery 10-5 in Sunshine League amateur baseball game.

Tyler Nolz picked up the win after he held Dimock-Emery, 1-1 in the Sunshine League, to five hits. He pitched 6 2/3 innings, struck out two and walked three. All four runs he gave up were unearned.

Trevor Fruedenthal had a two-run home run and a single for the Mudcats, who are 8-1 and 3-0 in the Sunshine League, and Spencer Fruedenthal had three singles. Jeff Harris and Josh Wenande both added two hits.

Thomas Pickett took the loss for Dimock-Emery as he went seven innings and gave up seven runs on 11 hits and struck out five.

Jason Schmidt and Gary Earl both had two hits for the Raptors.

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The Parkston Mudcats play at 8 p.m. Thursday at home against the Mitchell Mad Dogs, and Dimock-Emery plays at 8 p.m. Thursday at home against Delmont.

Auch pitches Rock Bass past Delmont

By The Daily Republic

PARKSTON -- The Parkston Rock Bass beat Delmont 9-3 in a Sunshine League amateur baseball game Sunday.

Brandon Auch helped the Rock Bass improve to 2-1 overall and in the Sunshine League after pitching eight innings, giving up two earned runs and striking out two.

Billy Murtha had three hits for the Rock Bass, including a home run and two doubles. He drove in six runs and scored one run. Tommy Murtha went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI. Trevor Salmonson and Eric Maeschen both had three hits and James Boehmer had two hits and a stolen base.

Scott Redd took the loss for Delmont, which is 0-3 overall and in the Sunshine League.

Cassius Kocer went 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored and two stolen bases.

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Parkston plays at 8 p.m. Thursday in Alexandria, and Delmont plays at 5 p.m. Sunday in Mitchell.

Plankinton edges Chamberlain 4-3

By The Daily Republic

PLANKINTON -- Plankinton got by Chamberlain 4-3 Sunday in an amateur baseball game in the Pony Hills League.

Aaron Baker picked up the complete game win with three strike outs and three runs as Plankinton improved to 3-4.

Matt Buschbach went 3-for-3 with a double and a run, and Chris Hill and Kyle Bruinsma both had two hits. Bruinsma added two RBIs.

Chamberlain feel to 0-2 as Ryan Randall was tagged with the loss. Randall also went 2-for-4 with a double and a run.

Plankinton plays Thursday at home against Four Corners.

Vavruska holds Lesterville to three hits for 15-0 win

By The Daily Republic

TABOR -- Tabor took advantage of nine Lesterville errors and Joe Vavruska threw six innings of three-hit ball in Tabor's 15-0 in six innings win Sunday in amateur baseball action.

Tabor, which is 3-0, got a home run and three RBIs from Jason Humpal. Rob Keppen had two doubles and Logan Kortan and Cory Uecker both had two hits.

Tabor plays Thursday at Menno.

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