FORT PIERRE -- Cole Hickey tossed a four-inning perfect game, capping Chamberlain Post 3’s Legion baseball doubleheader sweep of Fort Pierre on Wednesday. Chamberlain earned a 17-1 four-inning win in Game 1, then took down Fort Pierre, 11-0, in the second game.

Eight different Cubs hit a double during their 17-hit game in Game 1. Dakota Munger had a team-high three hits, with Drayton Priebe, Caden Lenz, Javen Holan and Max Donovan all recording a pair. Lenz drove in a trio of runs, though Remington Rossow, Gavin Saxton, Priebe and Munger all had two RBIs.

Noah Bauer pitched all four innings for Chamberlain, allowing an earned run on four hits. He also fanned four batters.

In the second game, Hickey struck out eight batters without allowing a base runner. He was helped by Munger going driving in four runs during his two-hit day. Carter Collins and Lenz both had two RBIs, too, while Priebe went 2-for-2 with two RBIs.

Chamberlain (6-9) plays at Gregory on Friday.

Alexandria 11, Vermillion 0

ALEXANDRIA -- Alexandria Post 41 scored in every inning during its five-inning Legion baseball win over Vermillion Post 1 on Wednesday.

Using 10 hits, Alexandria scored three runs in the first and third, then tacked on four more runs in the fourth inning. Peyton Schroeder went a perfect 3-for-3 with two RBIs, while Reggie Slaba and Trent Kingsbury both added a pair of hits. Kingsbury and Joey Feiner both drove in a pair of runs, too.

Kingsbury struck out five batters over his 4.2-inning start to notch the win, as well. He allowed three hits, while Slaba recorded the final out.

Alexandria (5-10) hosts Beresford for a Friday doubleheader.

McCook/Miner 13, Parkston 3

SALEM -- McCook/Miner Post 61’s six-run fourth inning powered it past Parkston Post 194 in Legion baseball action on Wednesday.

Blake Moke’s two-run blast in the first inning gave Parkston a 2-0 lead, but Kalub Carmichael’s solo shot in the first inning started McCook/Miner’s comeback. Carmichael went 2-for-3 as McCook/Miner took a 5-3 lead in the third.

Mitch Kramer, Kyle Tuschen and Sam Gillespie all had two hits for Post 61, while Jackson Fiegen drove in three runs. Jacob Cheeseman picked up the win, allowing three earned runs in his three-inning start.

Nate Boettcher lasted 3.1 innings, though allowed nine runs (eight earned) and struck out three batters. Sutton Hohn drove in Parkston’s third run.

McCook/Miner (14-5) plays in the Clark tournament on Friday.