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Mitchell Black teener team splits with Brandon Valley

BRANDON -- The Mitchell Black teener baseball team split a doubleheader Tuesday against Brandon Valley. Mitchell dropped the first game 7-5, but rallied to win the second game 14-10 in eight innings. Jed Schmidt led Mitchell offensively in the fi...

BRANDON -- The Mitchell Black teener baseball team split a doubleheader Tuesday against Brandon Valley.

Mitchell dropped the first game 7-5, but rallied to win the second game 14-10 in eight innings.

Jed Schmidt led Mitchell offensively in the first game with three hits. Mitchell Price added two hits for Black.

Tucker Kingsbury started on the mound for Mitchell. He threw three innings and allowed one hit, one run and he struck out four. Andrew Neugebauer threw one inning in relief, allowing four hits. Schmidt closed, throwing two innings, striking out four and allowing two hits.

Brandon Valley had a five-run fourth inning to take the lead.

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Mitchell's offense dominated in the second game with Parker Wenzel, Reed Overweg, Schmidt and Kingsbury each recording three hits. Wenzel and Schmidt each had a double.

Josh Feiner was the starting pitcher. He threw two innings, gave up six hits and five runs. He struck out three.

Wenzel came in relief, throwing three innings, allowing four hits and striking out four.

Mitch Price pitched two innings after Wenzel and earned the win. He allowed three runs and three hits. Kingsbury got the one-inning save. He struck out one.

Mitchell scored four runs in the top of the eighth after Brandon tied the game at 10 with two out in the bottom of the seventh to send it to extras.

Mitchell (5-8) plays at the Yankton wood bat tournament Friday in Yankton.

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