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Legion roundup: Tabor routs Menno, 18-0

MENNO -- Tabor scored 18 runs on 15 hits and blanked Menno in Legion baseball action on Wednesday night, 18-0. Hunter Young was the winning pitcher, as Tabor won the game in five innings and held Menno to just two hits. Zach Sutera had four hits,...

MENNO - Tabor scored 18 runs on 15 hits and blanked Menno in Legion baseball action on Wednesday night, 18-0.

Hunter Young was the winning pitcher, as Tabor won the game in five innings and held Menno to just two hits. Zach Sutera had four hits, while Brendan Bares had two hits and four RBIs. Chase Kortan, Tanner Van Driel and Bryce Scieszinski each had two hits.

Jackson Diede took the loss for Menno.

Tabor moves to 6-5 on the year. The same two teams will meet next Tuesday in Tabor.

McCook-Miner 8, Parkston 7

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CANOVA - The McCook-Miner Legion baseball team scored six runs in the seventh inning Wednesday to pick up a 8-7 win over Parkston.

Kylar Hanson, Kohl Miller and Kendall Gassman each had two hits, with Miller and Jordan Genzlinger each driving in two runs. Jesse Muth pitched 4 1/3 innings in relief for the win, allowing three hits, one earned run and striking out four batters. Cole Gassman earned the save with a scoreless ninth inning.

For Parkston, Kyler Holzbauer scored three runs, but the team was held to four hits. Josh Rands, Alex Scott, Jake DeLange and Kellan Culbert each had a base hit in the game. Scott took the loss in relief, allowing three earned runs in 2/3 of an inning. Jesse Grosdidier was the starter, throwing 5 1/3 innings, allowing four hits, two runs and striking out four.

McCook-Miner (9-8) is at Lennox on Friday.

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