Area baseball roundup for April 12: Late rally helps Wagner topple Parkston

Area scores and highlights for baseball games on Wednesday, April 12.


WAGNER, S.D. — After Parkston took the lead in the top of the sixth, Wagner reclaimed the advantage in the home half of the inning to down the Trojans 8-6 on Wednesday.

Trailing 5-4 heading into the sixth, Brody Boettcher picked up a two-RBI single to give Parkston the advantage, but Wagner answered when Carter Cournoyer doubled in two runs, giving Wagner a lead it would hold onto in the top of the seventh.

Cournoyer also picked up the win on the mound, going three innings, allowing two unearned runs and striking out seven. Teddy Slaba started for Wagner, throwing four innings and surrendering four runs (two earned) with the strikeouts.

At the plate, six different Red Raiders recorded a hit, with Cournoyer tallying two. Hunter Loeffler had a triple and two RBIs in the win.

For Parkston, Carter Sommer went 3.2 innings and struck out four despite being tabbed with the loss. Luke Bormann and Taite Klumb each had two hits for the Trojans, both of Klumb’s going for doubles.


Wagner (1-0) faces Bon Homme on Sunday, while Parkston (0-2) takes on Centerville on Friday.

Wednesday’s leaders


  • Six different players had two hits for Scotland/Menno, as the Trappers took down Beresford 19-1 on Wednesday. Parker Hochstein had a pair of doubles, Trent Guthmiller added one and Bryce Sattler and Kory Keppen both had a triple in the win. On the mound, Sattler picked up the win, going three innings with one hit allowed and four strikeouts. Izayah Ulmer and Tyrus Bietz each threw one inning and picked up a strikeout, with Bietz working a 1-2-3 inning. 

Baseball scores

Scotland/Menno 19, Beresford 1

Tri-Valley 7, Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Corsica-Stickney 2

Wagner 8, Parkston 6

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