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• Riley Christianson scattered six hits and two runs over seven innings while striking out five to lead Goodhue to a 3-2 win over Kenyon-Wanamingo in Game 1 of an HVL doubleheader. Christianson also went 1-for-3 with a double and a RBI. Tyler Craig and Paul Kortsch both had two hits for K-W. Craig struck out three and only allowed three hits in five innings of work. In Game 2, Kenyon-Wanamingo rallied from a 6-2 deficit with three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and one run in the seventh for a walk-off 7-6 victory. Luke Berg, Gavin Sommer, Trevor Steberg and Jaedin Johnson all had two hits. Christianson had two more hits and a stolen base for Goodie in the second game. Cody Lohman finished the day with three hits, including a double.
• Dylan Rumley doubled and scored on a wild pitch in the seventh inning to give Lake City a 6-5 victory over Triton. Justin Wohlers fanned 11 for Lake City in five innings while Mason Barker struck out 12 for Triton. Boe Munnikhuysen singled, tripled and drove in a run for Triton. Rumley and Johan Zorn each had two hits for Lake City. In Game 2, the Tigers went on to sweep the doubleheader with a huge 25-5 win. They cranked 19 hits. Zorn went 3-for-4 with three doubles, three RBIs and four runs scored. Ben Nutt also had three hits and 3 RBIs. Max Balow was 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Scott Nolan had three hits for Triton.
• Stewartville scored eight runs in the first inning and that’s all Miles Hettinger and Eli Klavetter would need. Hettinger struck out three in his four innings. Klavetter fanned three and didn’t allow an earned run in the final three innings of the Tigers’ 10-4 win over Kasson-Mantorville. Chase Neubauer went 1-for-3 with a double and three RBIs. Riley Eickhoff had two hits, three runs scored and two RBIs. Kyler Kujath pitched 6 2/3 innings, allowing just four hits and two earned runs for K-M. He also went 1-for-4 with two runs scored and a stolen base. In Game 2, Kasson-Mantorville erupted for five runs in the seventh inning to notch a come-from-behind, walk-off 8-7 victory. Corbin Horning had a big day for the KoMets, tallying two hits, two runs scored, one stolen base and one RBI. Parker Klavetter tripled and drove in two runs for Stewartville in Game 2. Owen Sikkink doubled, singled and stole a bag. But four walks in the seventh inning proved to be deadly.
• Mayo's pitching staff yielded 13 free passes and Champlin Park took advantage. Mayo dropped to 2-6 overall after the 14-1 loss. Ian Regal, Kyle Prindle and Brevin Goetz all had one hit. Champlin Park outhit the Spartans 13-3.
• Champlin Park ran away from John Marshall 13-4 thanks to a five-run first inning. Champlin Park scored in six of seven innings. Drew Lingen had an RBI double for John Marshall and Jacob Welp went 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored.
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• Katherine Thorvilson and Alivia Henriksen both doubled, but Owatonna's offense went off in a 20-2 win over Century.
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• Byron’s Macy Borowski allowed just one hit and struck out a dozen in the Bears’ 10-0 victory over Stewartville. Taylor Clark went 3-for-4 with a double and one RBI. Danielle Fode went 2-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored for Byron.
• Randolph outlasted W-E-M 6-5 in nine innings to improve to 10-0. Morgyn Otte had 15 strikeouts and only allowed three earned runs. She also doubled and driven a pair. Meredith Taylor went 3-for-4 with a home run. Cheyenne Freundschuh tripled and drove in two.
• John Marshall got off to a hot start at the Lourdes Invite, racking up 12 hits and 16 runs in a four-inning 16-1 victory over Lourdes. Abby Miles pitched four innings, allowing just two hits, one unearned run and striking out six. Claire Evans went 3-for-3 for JM. Lourdes' Allison Ritter doubled and stole a base. Karin Hayford went 1-for-2 with a run and a stolen base.
• Miles did work in the first game of the Lourdes Invite using her arm, but she went off in a 13-3 win over St. Paul Central using her powerful bat. Miles went 3-for-3 with three home runs and five RBIs. She broke John Marshall's career record for homers even though she didn't play last year. She's already up to six homers in seven games. Ellie Biermeier picked up the win thanks to five innings of solid pitching. She struck out six and only allowed one earned run.
• John Marshall finished off a perfect 3-0 day at the Lourdes Invite with a 6-2 win over Lewiston-Altura. Miles struck out 13 over seven innings. Dez Dotterwick homered and drove in three runs. Olivia Funk went 2-for-3 for L-A and she also struck out six in four innings.
• Olivia Funk struck out 10 and smoked a home run in Lewiston-Altura’s wild 18-16 win over St. Paul Central at the Lourdes Invite.
• Lourdes jumped out to an early 2-0 lead after the first inning, but Lewiston-Altura scored three runs in the fourth inning and four more in the fifth to run away with a 10-4 win at the Lourdes Invite. Mia McGuire tripled, homered and drove in five runs for the Cardinals. Cadence Veraguth struck out seven.
• Alexa Carlstrom went 3-for-3 with two doubles and one RBI but Byron exploded for six runs in the second inning and the fifth to run away from Mayo 13-1. Macy Borowski struck out 13 for Byron and she also singled, doubled and homered while driving in three runs. Danielle Fode and Maddie Cocker both homered too for the Bears.