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Amateur baseball roundup: Mustangs dispatch Rockets

MOUNT VERNON--Eric Giblin crushed a grand slam and drove in six runs to power Mount Vernon to a 10-1 Sunshine League amateur baseball win over Wagner on Thursday.

Mount Vernon's Cam Deinert drops a fly ball as teammate Bradly Dean looks on in the background during an amateur baseball game on Thursday in Mount Vernon. (Ryan Deal / Republic)
Mount Vernon's Cam Deinert drops a fly ball as teammate Bradly Dean looks on in the background during an amateur baseball game on Thursday in Mount Vernon. (Ryan Deal / Republic)

MOUNT VERNON-Eric Giblin crushed a grand slam and drove in six runs to power Mount Vernon to a 10-1 Sunshine League amateur baseball win over Wagner on Thursday.

Giblin and Chase Hetland both went a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate, with Hetland also driving in a run. They helped the Mustangs rack up 15 hits as a team. Bradley Dean also recorded two hits. Baley Miller earned the win as he struck out 10 and allowed an unearned run on three hits in a six-inning start.

The Rockets were held to five hits, while Dan Bures scored off an error for their only run. Alex Kocer conceded five earned runs and nine hits in three innings.

Mount Vernon (4-0) hosts Parkston on Sunday. Wagner hosts Corsica-Stickney on Sunday.

Four Corners 10, Miller 3

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MILLER-Four Corners ran past Miller for a 10-3 amateur baseball win on Thursday.

Four Corners had 11 hits as a team, including three-hit games games from Brian Graves and Spencer Saringer, who drove in four and three runs, respectively. Brad Hand also picked up a pair of hits. Josh Davies lasted five innings to pick up the win, giving up three earned runs on six hits and striking out four batters.

For the Outlaws, Ryan Engle had three of their seven hits. Casey Schlechter gave up six runs (five earned) in four innings and suffered the loss. In three innings of relief, Cody Cotton allowed three earned runs and struck out four.

Four Corners plays Wessington Springs on Sunday in Hayes. Miller plays Kimball/White Lake on Sunday.

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