Wabasso 2, New Ulm Cathedral 1
Trailing 1-0 in the top of the seventh, the Wabasso baseball team put together two-run rally to come back to defeat New Ulm Cathedral 2-1 in Tomahawk Conference action in New Ulm on Monday.
Seth Guetter pitched a five-hitter, allowing one run while striking out one in seven innings to get the win for the Rabbits.
Wabasso (1-0 overall, 1-0 Tomahawk) sprayed five hits between five batters. Caleb Salfer and Daniel Klann were each 1-for-3 with an RBI.
Wabasso will be in action again today when it plays host to Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart at 5 p.m. in Milroy.
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NUC 000 010 0-1 5 0
W-Seth Guetter. NUC- Jory Dove, Ben Wolf (7). WP-Guetter. LP-Wolf.
TMB 10, Redwood Valley 6
The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton baseball team took advantage of timely hitting and wild pitching from Redwood Valley to defeat the Cardinals 10-6 in non-conference action on Monday.
Redwood Valley walked 14 TMB batters and hit three in the loss.
Reed Salmon pitched the win for the Panthers (2-0 overall), allowing nine hits and four runs in four innings while walking two and striking out four. Jordan Lanoue pitched the final three, allowing five hits and two runs while striking out three and walking none.
Jon Swenson led TMB at the plate, going 3-for-5, while Braden Peterson added a two-RBI single in the fourth.
The Panthers will open the Camden Conference season on Friday when they play host to Dawson-Boyd in Tracy.
TMB013 303 0-10 6 3
RV 011 202 0-6 14 4
T-Reed Salmon, Jordan Lanoue (5). R-Austin Kretsch. WP-Salmon. LP-Kretsch. 2B: R-Kretsch. HR: R:Beau Stough.
Minneota/LHI 12, Lakeview 5
The Minneota baseball broke a 2-2 tie with Lakeview wide open in the fifth inning, scoring 10 runs to take the lead for good, defeating the Lakers 12-5 in Camden Conference play on Monday.
Josh Bednarek, the third of five Viking pitchers, got the win, pitching the fifth inning, allowing one run. Randy Louwagie went four-plus inning for Lakeview (0-1 overall) taking the loss.
Steve Timm was 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI to lead Laker hitters. Lee Bot was 2-for-5 with an RBI, while Cory Drietz drove in two runs and Mike Dwire had a triple and an RBI for the Vikings (1-1) .
Both teams are on the road today, with Minneota traveling to Kerkhoven to face Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg while Lakeview heads to Madison to face Lac qui Parle Valley.
Lakeview 110 010 2-5 5 3
M/LHI 010 1(10)0 X-12 7 3
L-Randy Louwagie, Derek Larsen (5). M-Adam Josephson, Cal Swedzinski (3), Josh Bednarek (5), Issac Josephson (6), Mike Dwire (7). WP-Bednarek. LP-Louwagie. 3B: M-Dwire.
RTR 7, Edgerton/SWC 2
Brandon Kerr went 3-for-3 from the plate and drove in three RBIs, and Philip Madsen struck out 13 to push Russell-Tyler-Ruthton to a season-opening 7-2 non-conference victory over Edgerton/Southwest Minnesota Christian Monday in Tyler.
Kerr, along with Shay Wabeke and Bubba Good, each had doubles in the Knights' victory.
On the mound, Madsen threw all seven innings for the RTR victory.
At 1-0 overall, the Knights open Camden Conference play on Thursday, hosting Central Minnesota Christian.
RRC/WWG 7, Saint James 2
Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove scored two runs in each of the first three innings of a 7-2 win over Saint James Monday in Lamberton.
The Falcons had 10 hits in the game. They were led by Taylor Vollmer, who went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Daniel Maras added two hits, including an RBI triple, and Andrew Merrick had a pair of singles.
Brady Bierl went the distance for RRC/WWG and earned the win on the mound. He gave up four hits, struck out nine batters and gave up a pair of walks. Just one of the four runs Saint James had was earned.
RRC/WWG improves to 3-1 after the victory and will face Southwestern United today in Lamberton.
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RRC/WWG222 010 X-7 10 2
SJ-Anthony Stordalen, Nick Anderson (4). RRC/WWG-Brady Bierl. WP-Bierl. LP-Stordalen. 3B: SJ-Anderson, Stordalen; RRC/WWG-Daniel Maras. 2B: RRC/WWG-Dylan Bunting, Bierl.
Pipestone 11, Canby 5
In non-conference play on Monday, Pipestone took advantage of seven Canby errors, pulling away with an 11-5 victory in Canby.
The Arrows' pitching combination of Austin Evans and Matt Haraldson held the Lancers (0-1 overall) to two hits, while Eric Buffington was 2-for-4 at the plate for Pipestone. Getting the lone knocks for Canby were Cole Morris and Michael Slaba.
On Thursday, the Lancers open Camden Conference play, traveling to Sacred Heart to play Renville County West.
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Canby200 300 0-5 2 7
P-Austin Evans, Matt Haraldson (6); C-Jordan Holmlund, Bryce Gorder (4). WP-Evans. LP-Holmlund.
Rabbits golf competes
Three Wabasso girls golfers - Briana Jenniges, Taylor Doubler and Kendra Haase - finished in the top 20, helping the Rabbits to a third-place finish in a Tomahawk Conference tournament at the Mayflower Golf Club in Fairfax on Monday.
Wabasso finished with a team total of 440, with Jenniges leading the team with a score of 102. Doubler (111) took 14th, and Haase carded a 112 to finish in 17th.
Sleepy Eye won the meet with a team score of 410, while Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart's Carly Schmalz took medalist honors with a 90.
In the boys' tournament, the Rabbits' Marcus Bruflat carded a 91, finishing in sixth place, while the team took ninth place with a score of 466.
Springfield (370) won the team title by 15 strokes over Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart. Sleepy Eye St. Mary's Mikail Sellner hit an 87 to secure medalist honors.
Girls Team Scores: 1. Sleepy Eye 410; 2. Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 429; 3. Wabasso 440; 4. New Ulm Cathedral 448; 5. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 476; 6. Springfield 478; 7. Minnesota Valley Lutheran 508; 8. Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 518; INC-Cedar Mountain.
Wabasso Individual Results: Brianna Jenniges 102, Taylor Doubler 111, Sandra Brau 115, Kendra Haase 112, Jenna Henriksen 115, Jasmine Goblirsch 128.
Boys Team Scores: 1. Springfield 370; 2. Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 385; 3. Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 406; 4. Sleepy Eye 419; 5. New Ulm Cathedral 427; 6. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 430; 7. Cedar Mountain 445; 8. Minnesota Valley Lutheran 452; 9. Wabasso 466.
Wabasso Individual Results: Marcus Bruflat 91, Connor Huhnerkoch 132, Chase Haase 133, Shawn Zollner 125, Kyle Campbell 120, Talon Irlbeck 130.