Long Sox sweep Gibbon
The Lamberton Long Sox stay undefeated at 6-0 overall and 4-0 in the Tomahawk East League with a Sunday sweep of Gibbon.
The Long Sox won 13-6 in Game 1, and completed the sweep with a 13-4 decision in Game 2.
In the first game, Landon Erickson went 3-for-5 with two home runs and seven RBIs. Erickson belted a three-run and a two-run homer for Lamberton.
In the nightcap, Erickson had two hits, including a home run, and Johnny Pistulka was 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs. Pistulka also got the Long Sox's win on the mound.
Lamberton is back in action on Wednesday at home against Searles.
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L-Derrick Jenniges, Jake Wahl (9); G-Shane Ahlbrecht, Kyle Mauer (6), Wade Werner (7). WP-Jenniges. LP-Ahlbrecht. HR: L-Landon Erickson 2, Matt Knakmuhs; G-Aaron Bruns. 2B: L-Colby Pack.
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G-Sam VanHahn, Wade Werner (8); L-Johnny Pistulka, Colby Pack (8). HR: G-Aaron Bruns, Justin Schwecke; L-Landon Erickson, Pistulka.
Irish 1-1 on
The Milroy Irish sit at 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the Gopher League after snatching a 16-13 10-inning victory over Springfield on Friday, before falling 2-1 to Adrian on Sunday.
Against Springfield, Dominic Dolan led the Irish with four hits, four runs scored and a stolen base, while Isaac Dolan drilled a two-run home run.
Dominic Dolan continued his hot streak on Sunday with two infield hits and a stolen base. Adrian pulled away in the bottom of the fifth inning with two unearned run.
Milroy heads to Wilmont on Wednesday.
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New Ulm Brewers 4, Granite Falls 3
Down 3-1 in the bottom of the seventh inning, Wade French hit a two-run home run to put the New Ulm Brewers past the Granite Falls Kilowatts, 4-3, on Sunday in New Ulm.
Tyler Damman, Andrew Walters and Jake Suter led Granite Falls' offense with two hits each. Damman scored two runs, and Suter had a double and an RBI.
The Kilowatts host the Dawson Drakes on Wednesday.
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GF-Andrew Walters, Tyler Kanten (7); NU-Brett Grieske, Andy Irlbock (4), Wade French (9). HR: NU-Wade French. 2B: GF-Jake Suter.
Hadley swept on Sunday
The Hadley Buttermakes fell to 0-3 overall after getting swept in a home doubleheader on Sunday. Hadley fell 7-3 to Luverne, and Heron Lake edged the Buttermakers, 6-2, in the finale.
Against Luverne, Alex Petersen and Joe Larson each had two hits for Hadley, and Zach Bruns had a two-run single in the bottom of the second inning.
Versus Heron Lake, Derek Platt and Bruns each had two hits and an RBI. Kyle DeLong had the Buttermakers' other hit.
With the bases loaded and with two outs, the Lakers' Thomas Albrecht came in and picked up the save on a strikeout.
Hadley is on the road Wednesday to take on Pipestone.
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L-Caleb Bruynes, Brian Beuning (6); H-Jamie Boelter, Alex Van't Hof (5), Justin Reinsma (7). WP-Bruynes. LP-Boelter. 2B: H-Joe Larson.
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HL-Alex Meyer, Thomas Albrecht (7); H-Derik Johnson, Zach Bruns (5). WP-Meyer. LP-Johnson. S-Albrecht.
Tracy 7, Dawson 1
Down 1-0 in the top of the third inning, Tracy's Calvin Kosminskas unloaded on a two-run home run, pushing the Express past the Dawson Drakes 7-1 on Saturday in Dawson. Kosminskas went 2-for-5 with two runs scored.
Jasom Minett added two hits, including a double, and two runs scored for Tracy.
At 3-3 overall, the Express head to Worthington on Wednesday.
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T-Nathan Schaeffer, Tylan Gylling (7), Darrick Allpress (9); D-Derek Gritmacker, Tim Cariveau (5). WP-Schaeffer. LP-Gritmacker. HR: T-Calvin Kosminskas. 2B: T-Jason Minett.
Milroy Yankees 11, New Ulm Brewers 6
On Friday in New Ulm, the Milroy Yankees moved to 2-0 on the season with an 11-6 victory over the New Ulm Brewers.
Pacing the Yankees was Justin Schlemmer, who was 3-for-3 with three RBIs and a double. Andy Schmidt belted a two-run home run, and Brian Dolan had two hits and three RBIs.
The Yankees head to Spicer on Saturday.
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