Area Legion baseball roundup: Winner/Colome rallies for victory over Parkston
Kameron Meiners goes 3 of 3 Winner/Colome’s 7-6 win on Friday night in a Legion baseball game.
WINNER -- Winner/Colome tallied seven runs in the bottom of the sixth to take down Parkston 7-6 on Friday in a Legion baseball game.
Kameron Meiners led the team with three hits and scored one run. Evan Farner chipped in with two hits while Ashton Klein, Boston Morehart, Pierce Nelson, Charley Pravecek and Aiden Barfuss had one hit each.
For Parkston, Logan Heidinger led the team with two RBIs while Josh Polreis, Carter Kalda and Landon Sudbeck had one apiece. Heidinger, Caleb Titze and Kade Bialas had two hits each while Polreis, Kalda and Jon Akre each had one.
Meiners picked up the win pitching three innings. He allowed three hits and two runs. Farner pitched four innings, struck out two batters, but allowed five hits and four runs.
Isaak Bialas took the loss for Parkston in 1 ⅓ innings. He allowed seven runs, five hits and struck out one. Kade Bialas pitched four innings, allowing four hits, but struck out five batters.
Winner/Colome 17, Menno 7
WINNER -- Both teams combined for 27 hits in a Legion baseball game, which Winner/Colome won over Menno 17-7.
Joey Cole had a team-high five RBIs in this one. Adam Bohnet added three RBIs of his own while Evan Farner had two and Ashton Klein and Aaron Gilchrist chipped in with one each. Klein had three hits while Cole, Gilchrist and Landon Thieman had two hits each. Adam Bohnet, Zach Bohnet and Boston Morehart had one hit apiece.
Jesse Olson pitched five innings for Winner/Colome. He struck out four batters, but allowed 12 hits and six runs.
For Menno, Ajay Herrboldt, Jacob Schott, Austin Pillsbury, Treyton Sayler, Tyrus Bietz and Kadeyn Ulmer had two hits apiece. Jordan Gall chipped in with one of his own.
Kadeyn Ulmer pitched 2 ⅓ innings for Menno. He allowed five runs, three hits and struck out two. Bietz pitched 1 ⅔ innings allowing eight hits and eight runs. He also struck out two batters. Karson Bierle pitched one inning and allowed five runs and three hits.