Amateur baseball roundup: Dimock-Emery scores three runs on zero errors to shut out Parkston

Despite out-hitting Dimock-Emery 7 to 6, four errors by Parkston led to the 3-0 loss Saturday in amateur baseball action at Parkston.

Parkston's Nate Doering throws to first base for an out during the game against Dimock/Emery on Saturday at Parkston. (Branden Hull / Republic)

PARKSTON -- Despite out-hitting Dimock-Emery 7 to 6, four errors by Parkston led to the 3-0 loss Saturday in amateur baseball action at Parkston.

Both teams were held scoreless heading into the seventh inning. After two ground outs to the infield, Sam Pischke finally opened this one up with an RBI to left field to give the Raptors the lead. At the top of the eighth, after an error by second baseman Dawson Semmler and a double by Drew Kitchens, another error by Semmler brought Kitchens and Landon Sudbeck home making it a three run game.

The Raptors' Jason Schmidt pitched all nine innings, striking out 10 batters, but allowed seven runs.

For Parkston, Dylan Mogck and Zach Uttecht each had two hits while Jeff Harris, Spencer Freudenthal and Semmler each had one. Jake Weber took the loss in this one pitching all nine innings, striking out 4 batters, but allowed six hits and three runs.

Renner 12, Yankton 6


RENNER -- Renner recorded 12 hits in an amateur baseball win over Yankton on Friday.

Tj Free led the Royals with three hits. Teggan Schlimgen, Austin Henry and Andy Moen each finished with two hits while Sam Stukel, Zach Ridl, Dalton Garbers and Manny Struck all finished with one apiece.

Free got the win for Renner despite only pitching one inning. He allowed one hit and one run. Harry Hueners pitched four innings for the Royals allowing four hits and five runs, but struck out two.

Both Landon Loecker and Joe Gokie pitched for Yankton. Loecker, who pitched four innings, allowed eight hits and eight runs. Gokie allowed four hits and six runs in two innings.

Renner (19-7) hosts Sioux Falls Post 15 Wednesday at Renner Ball Park.

Platte/Geddes 6, Gregory 5

GREGORY -- Platte/Geddes one run in the seventh inning gave them the edge over Gregory in amateur baseball action Friday.

Platte/Geddes finished the game with 14 hits. Myles Kott led the team in hits with three. Landon Schulte had two hits but led the team in RBIs with three. Kelby VanDerWerff, Dawson Hoffman and Jackson Olsen all had two hits while Aiden Bultje, Grayson Hanson and Nate Whalen each had one.


Winning pitcher Jackson Neuman pitched four innings, allowing five hits, but struck out five batters.

Gregory's Bryce Frank took the loss allowing 11 hits and five runs in four innings. Trey Murry led the team with three hits.

Platte/Geddes (4-3) hosts Wessington Springs/Woonsocked on Tuesday. Gregory (4-2) travels to Valentine on Wednesday.

Colton 2, Canova 1

COLTON -- Canova came up short in an amateur baseball game against Colton on Friday.

Colton and Canova finished this game with four hits total. Riley Genzlinger and Jaxon Kampshoff had one hit each for Canova and Owen Besmer and Cole Skadsen had one hit each for Colton. Canova also finished with a game high four errors.

Logan Cowill pitched 6 ⅔ innings for Colton, striking out six batters. He also allowed two hits and one run. Kieffer Klinkhammer pitched six innings for Canova allowing two hits and two runs, but struck out 10.

Canova (5-3) travels to Salem to play Madison on Tuesday.


Platte 1, Corsica/Stickney 0

PLATTE -- Platte finished with seven hits to give them a one score run victory over Corsica/Stickney in an amateur baseball game Friday.

Michael Buitenbos and Matthew Randall had two hits each for Platte while Grant Lang, Hayden Kuiper and Hunter Hewitt each had one. Lang had the lone RBI for the team.

Owen London pitched eight innings for Platte. He struck out four batters and allowed three hits. Blake Moke for Corsica/Stickney also pitched eight innings. He struck out ten batters and allowed seven hits.

Platte 9, Corsica/Stickney 6

CORSICA -- Platte had a game high 11 hits to beat Corsica/Stickney for the second day in a row in an amateur baseball game Saturday.

Platte's Derek Soukup had a game high three hits and five RBIs. Ryan Allen finished with two RBIs and Jimmy DeWaard had one. Allen also had two hits while Richard Sternberg, Hunter Hewitt, Grant Lang, Matthew Randall and DeWaard all had one each.

For Corsica/Stickney, Ryan Buck and Kris Menning had two hits. Aaron Groeneweg chipped in with one hit of his own. Menning also had three RBIs while Blake Moke and Jordan Dirkes had one each.

Nathan Blom pitched six innings in the loss allowing nine hits and seven runs. He also struck out four, but committed seven errors.

For Platte, Soukup pitched eight innings, struck out 7 batters, but allowed four hits and six runs.

Platte (7-4) travels to Redfield on July 9.

Gregory 6, Winner/Colome 5

GREGORY -- Despite four errors, Gregory defeats Winner/Colome in an amateur baseball game Saturday.

Winner/Colome had five hits on the night, one each from Evan Farner, Kameron Meiners, Ashton Klein, Zach Bohnet and Jacob Beckers. Beckers finished with two RBIs.

Losing pitcher Meiners pitched 1 ⅔ innings. He allowed three hits and three runs. Joey Cole pitched five innings for Winner/Colome allowing three hits and three runs, but struck out seven.

Winner/Colome (5-6) host Bennent County Wednesday.

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Branden is a sports reporter that graduated from Purdue University Northwest with a bachelor's degree in communications and a focus in journalism. He joined the Mitchell Republic in June 2021 and covers prep and collegiate athletics. He was also the lead on the Mitchell Republic Full-Court Press, providing a weekly web-exclusive look at high school basketball throughout all of South Dakota. Branden can be reached at and found on Twitter at @bhullreports.
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