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Area baseball roundup: Wagner blanks Canton behind Nolan Carda's strong pitching performance

Nolan Carda did not surrender a run as Wagner blanked Canton 7-0 in prep baseball action Tuesday.

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WAGNER -- Nolan Carda did not surrender a run as Wagner blanked Canton 7-0 in prep baseball action Tuesday.

Carda tossed five innings, allowing three hits and two walks, while striking out nine batters in the win for the Red Raiders. Jayden Aungie struck out a pair in two innings of relief.

Matt Link drove in a pair of runs, while Aungie, Ayden Brugier and Carter Cournoyer each knocked in a run, as Wagner (2-5) needed just six hits for the win.

Zach Richardson allowed five earned runs on six hits and two walks, while striking out four in three innings of work for the C-Hawks.

The Red Raiders host Elk Point-Jefferson Monday in Elk Point. Canton (4-6) faced Elk Point-Jefferson Wednesday.

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MHHWW 5, WWSSC 0

WESSINGTON SPRINGS -- Hunter VanNieuwenhuyse tossed a no-hitter as Miller/Highmore-Harrold/Wolsey-Wessington shut out Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central Tuesday.

VanNieuwenhuyse did not allow a run or a hit, while fanning 12 batters and walking seven over 6 2/3 innings of work. At the plate, he also went 2-for-3 and drove in a run. Blaze Herdman also went 3-for-4 for MHHWW.

Mason Schelske took the loss for the Blackhawks despite striking out 16 batters in six innings. He allowed two earned runs on six hits and one walk.

WWSSC (3-9) travels to Redfield on May 18. MHHWW (3-5) hosts Webster Area Friday in Miller.

Amateur baseball

Canova 6, Parkston 2

CANOVA -- Five Canova pitchers did not allow an earned run and struck out 14 Parkston batters to score a win Sunday in amateur baseball action.

Trey Krier, Derek Miller, Kendall Gassman, Cole Gassman and Tim Gassman surrendered two unearned runs on six hits and three walks for the Gang. Meanwhile, Tim Gassman went 2-for-2 with two RBIs at the plate.

Garrett Gassman, Calub Carmichel and Jared Miller each drove in a run for Canova (1-0), while Derek Miller went 2-for-5.

Jordan McKean went 2-for-2 with an RBI for the Mudcats, while Dillon Stadlman, Nate Doering, Conner Grove and Jake Weber combined to allow five earned runs on 11 hits and nine walks, while striking out 10.

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The Gang hosts Dimock-Emery Thursday. Parkston (0-2) hosts Crofton (Neb.) on Friday.

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