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Area Legion baseball roundup: Winner/Colome holds off Gregory

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GREGORY -- Winner/Colome was able to hold on for a 6-4 Legion baseball win over Gregory on Thursday.

Joren Bruun struck out eight batters in a four-inning start, holding Gregory to four unearned runs on two hits and six walks. Jacob Beckers tossed two shutout innings. Oscar Pravecek finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs and Bruun drove in two runs.

Coy Determan doubled for Gregory. Tommy Determan suffered the loss, allowing five earned runs over three innings.

Winner/Colome (5-6) plays Gregory (3-2) on Wednesday in Winner.

Parkston 17, Alexandria 8

ALEXANDRIA -- Parkston racked up 16 hits on Friday as it survived Alexandria’s fast start in Legion baseball action.

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Alexandria scored six runs in the first inning. Parkston plated multiple runs in four different innings, including seven in the sixth frame.

Caden Lenz finished 4-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs for Parkston. Ragen Weber and Max Scott, who had two RBIs, both hit a double. Rylan Leischner recorded three hits and two RBIs, Sutton Hohn drove in two runs and Nate Boettcher added a pair of hits. John Akre went 2-for-5, as well. Lenz also earned the win, striking out six over six relief innings.

Reggie Slaba took the loss, allowing nine runs (two earned) over 3.2 innings. He struck out seven batters. Ben Laufman drove in three runs and Peyton Schroeder finished with two RBIs.

Parkston (6-3) travels to Tabor today. Alexandria (3-5) hosts Platte-Geddes on Wednesday.

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