Winner/Colome picks up 14-0 prep baseball win
CHAMBERLAIN -- The Winner/Colome Royals blanked Chamberlain/Kimball/Lyman 14-0 in a high school baseball game on Sunday in Chamberlain. Winner/Colome's Drew DeMers and Levi McLanahan combined to throw a no-hitter. McLanahan earned the win for the...
CHAMBERLAIN -- The Winner/Colome Royals blanked Chamberlain/Kimball/Lyman 14-0 in a high school baseball game on Sunday in Chamberlain.
Winner/Colome’s Drew DeMers and Levi McLanahan combined to throw a no-hitter. McLanahan earned the win for the Royals. He tossed three innings, surrendering zero runs, one hit, striking out six, and walking zero. DeMers struck out two batters in two innings of relief.
Kelly O’Bryan went 4-for-4 at the plate and drove in two runs and scored three times. The Royals scored six runs in the third inning to go ahead 11-0.
DeMers went 1-for-4 and drove in three runs. McLanahan added an RBI triple and Jeremiah Yeaman added a double. Carter Brickman and Ty Bolton each had two hits.
Caden Lenz took the loss for the Chamberlain. He threw four innings, allowed 13 runs, 13 hits and struck out two batters. Remington Rossow went 1-for-2 at the plate for the Cubs.
Bon Homme/Scotland tops Beresford/Centerville
TABOR-Chase Kortan scored twice and Cole Uecker hit an RBI double to lead Bon Homme/Scotland to a 4-2 season-opening victory over Beresford on Sunday.
Christian Uecker pitched four innings to pick up the win. He went four innings, allowing one run, three hits, striking out four, and walking one. Tanner Van Driel worked two scoreless innings of relief. Bryce Scieszinski recorded the last three outs and earned the save.
Beau Rothschadl also drove in one run for Bon Homme/Scotland.
Redfield sweeps Central Dakota
REDFIELD-Redfield swept Central Dakota 13-3 and 18-7 in a prep baseball doubleheader on Saturday in Redfield.
In game one, scored eight runs in the fifth inning to take control. Trevor Bruggeman, Garrett Knox, Clayton Dornbusch and Trevor Ryan each managed one hit for the Coyotes. John Witte and Noah Hainy each had an RBI. Knox pitched four innings, scattered five hits, gave up four runs (three earned) and struck out five batters.
In game two, Redfield again took control with another big inning as it scored 10 runs in the second inning. Ryan, Fastnacht and Devon Weber each drove in a run for the Coyotes.