PARKSTON-Runs were hard to come by early, but a three-run sixth inning pushed Parkston/Ethan/Tripp past Hanson/Bridgewater-Emery/Mount Vernon/Plankinton, 4-3, on Monday in prep baseball action.
Kade Bialas singled in a pair of runs for PET, which was one of its two hits. PET scored on an error on the next at-bat to take the lead. Landon Sudbeck earned the win, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and struck out four in a six-inning start. Nate Doering tossed a scoreless seventh frame to earn the save.
For the Ducks, Drew Ferry went 3-for-3 with two RBIs, while Hunter Pranger recorded two hits. Pranger gave up four runs (two earned) in six innings, though suffered the loss.
PET (6-2) plays Wagner/Avon/Lake Andes for a 5 p.m. Wednesday doubleheader in Parkston. The Ducks (0-7) travel to Wagner to face WALA for a 1 p.m. Saturday doubleheader.
Bon Homme/Scotland homers twice in 11-run win
TYNDALL-Beau Rothschadl and Christian Uecker each homered to power the Bon Homme/Scotland baseball team to a 16-5 win over Canton on Monday.
Bon Homme/Scotland scored multiple runs in three of four innings and recorded 12 hits as a team. Uecker and Josh Schmidt both went 3-for-4. Uecker drove in three runs and earned the win, while striking out five and allowing an earned run in two innings of work. Rothschadl, Schmidt and John Kubal all drove in two runs.
Joe Beyke suffered the loss for Canton. Despite striking out six, he allowed nine earned runs on six hits in 2 2/3 innings. Zach Richardson hit a home run. Seth Peterson and Garrett Minihan both recorded two hits.
Bon Homme/Scotland (7-1) hosts Turner-Hutch in Tabor on Wednesday.
Big sixth inning sends Honkers past Chamberlain/Kimball/Lyman
PLATTE-The Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian/White Lake/Corsica baseball team scored three runs in the sixth inning to secure a 6-2 win over Chamberlain/Kimball/Lyman on Monday.
The Honkers were helped by seven errors, but they did record eight hits. Miles Hubers and Hudson Ringling both recorded two hits in the win, while Grayson Hanson drove in a pair of runs. Hubers also earned the win for the Honkers as he struck out eight and allowed an earned run in a six-inning start.
Ty Namanny, Wyatt Talbott, Remington Rossow and Cam Caldwell all recorded two hits for Chamberlain/Kimball/Lyman. Rossow and Talbott both drove in a run, too. Cole Hickey suffered the loss as he allowed three runs (one earned) and struck out seven in five innings. Max Donovan conceded three unearned runs in an inning of work.
The Honkers (3-2) play Winner/Colome at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.