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Monday, April 22, 2024

Eagles sweep Cards; Falcons, Wolverines win

Windom 101 000 6 = 8-10-2
Luverne 010 041 0 = 6-9-3

Luverne 102 3 = 6-5-6
Windom (13)40 4 = 21-15-0

The Windom Eagle fastpitch team had two huge innings at the plate Tuesday afternoon to sweep a doubleheader at Luverne. The Eagles won the opener 8-6, then took the nightcap 21-6 in four innings.

In the opener, Windom scored on a Kait Huska sacrifice fly in the top of the first and a Huska RBI single in the third, but Luverne used four runs in the fifth and one in the sixth to take a 6-2 lead.

In the top of the seventh, Jenna Brockman hit an RBI double and Huska tied the game with a three-run home run. Aubri Spielman then gave the Eagles the lead with a two-run double.

Huska finished with two hits and five RBI in the win. Allison Letcher added two hits.

Ellie Maricle earned the pitching win, allowing nine hits and four walks while striking out 10.

In the nightcap, the Eagles plated 13 runs in the bottom of the first inning on their way to a 21-6 win.

Jenna Brockman, Jenna Veenker, Huska and Camryn Elness had RBI singles in the inning. The Eagles scored two runs on bases-loaded walks, five runs on errors and one on a double steal.

The Eagles added four runs in the second as Brockman and Kamerop Rupp hit two-run singles.

In the fourth, Elliot Espenson and Maricle hit RBI singles and two runs scored on errors, ending the game.

Veenker had four hits in the win. Letcher, Brockman and Rupp had two hits each.

Veenker earned the pitching win, allowing six hits and five walks while striking out one.

AE 000 010 1 = 2-5-1
RRC/WWG 013 110 x = 6-8-2

Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove made the most of its scoring chances Tuesday, claiming a 6-2 victory over Adrian-Ellsworth at Sanborn.

The Falcons scored in the bottom of the second on a Nora Hemmingsen RBI single. Then, in the third, Sondra Rindfleisch drew a bases-loaded walk, Isabella Rentschler plated a run with a fielder’s choice and Hemmingsen added an RBI single.

Bianca Weis hit an RBI double in the fourth inning and Beth Byers scored on the back end of a double steal in the fifth for the final Falcon run.

Nicole Schroepfer had three hits – all doubles – in the win. Hemmingsen added two hits and two RBI.

Schroepfer earned the pitching win, scattering five hits. She walked six and struck out 11.

MCC 020 400 4 = 10-9-4
MLAC 009 113 x = 14-15-4

Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey staked itself to a big lead early and held on late Tuesday, defeating Murray County Central 14-10 in Mt. Lake.

The Wolverines trailed 2-0 after two innings, but came up with nine runs in the bottom of the third. Brooke Naas hit an RBI single and later scored on an error, Kayleigh Schumann ripped a three-run triple and Sabrina Hanson and Jaci Tollefson each hit RBI singles. Tollefson later scored on an error.

The Wolverines added a run on a Naas RBI single in the fourth. Then, in the fifth, pinch hitter Kaylie Baerg lined a ball to the gap in right-center field and raced around the bases for an inside-the-park home run.

The Wolverines added three runs in the sixth on a passed ball, a fielding error and a Schumann groundout.

MCC rallied to cut the deficit to 14-10 in the top of the seventh, but a flyout to center field ended the game.

Tollefson had three hits in the win. Schumann had two hits and four RBI, while Naas, Presley Dockter and Hanson had two hits each.

Naas earned the complete-game pitching win, allowing nine hits and six walks while striking out seven.

Next games: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: at St. James Area, May 6
MLAC: at ESWC (Edgerton), May 6
RRC/WWG: vs. HLOF (at Sanborn), May 6

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