BEA 100 302 0 = 6-4-6
Windom 330 112 x = 10-10-1
The Windom Eagles capitalized on miscues Saturday afternoon, claiming a 10-6 victory over Blue Earth Area at Island Park.
The Eagles had 10 hits in the game, but turned six BEA errors into four unearned runs.
After BEA scored in the top of the first, the Eagles answered in the bottom of the inning. Austin Doorenbos, Kade Sammons and Brady Espenson hit RBI singles in the inning.
In the second, Trent Renquist hit an RBI single, Conner Redman plated a run on a fielder’s choice and Doorenbos hit an RBI single.
BEA tried to battle back, scoring three runs in the top of the fourth, but Windom was able to pad its lead when Renquist scored on a throwing error. Hunter Walklin added an RBI single in the fifth inning.
Windom scored its final two runs on errors in the bottom of the sixth.
Redman, Doorenbos and Renquist each had two hits for the Eagles.
Noah Armstrong worked the first four innings to pick up the pitching win. He scattered four hits, walked five and struck out one. Walklin pitched the final two innings for a save, walking one and striking out one.
LCWM 100 00 = 1-2-3
Windom 226 3x = 13-5-2
Windom turned nearly every baserunner it had into a run Friday afternoon as the Eagles claimed a 13-1 victory over Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial at Island Park.
The Eagles were held to five hits, but drew seven walks and had two hit by pitches. LCWM also committed three errors in the game.
The Eagles took the lead for good in the bottom of the first. Kade Sammons hit an RBI single and Brady Espenson drove in a run with a sacrifice fly.
In the second, Josh Garrison plated a run with a groundout and Conner Redman scored on a throwing error.
The Eagles blew the game open with a six-run third. Wyatt Haugen and Redman plated runs with singles and two runs scored when Sammons reached on a fielder’s choice. Windom added a run on a wild pitch and another on a double steal.
The Eagles sealed the win in the fourth. Zach Espenson hit an RBI single, Redman plated a run with a groundout and Sam Doorenbos scored on an error.
Garrison picked up the pitching victory, allowing one run on two hits in four innings. He walked two and struck out four.
RRC/WWG 150 240 0 = 12-12-1
TMB 300 000 0 = 3-4-1
Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove shook off an early deficit Friday, rolling to a 12-3 win over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton at Milroy.
The Falcons struck first on a Mason Irlbeck RBI double in the first inning, but TMB plated three runs in the bottom of the first.
After that, it was all Falcons, as RRC/WWG scored five runs in the second inning. The Falcons scored two runs on wild pitches, had a sacrifice fly from Irlbeck and scored two runs on an error.
In the fourth inning, Dominik Smith hit a two-run single for an 8-3 lead. Then, RRC/WWG scored four runs in the fifth. Luke Willhite hit a two-run double, Cole VanDeWiele added an RBI double and Smith had an RBI single.
Smith finished with three hits in the win. Willhite, VanDeWiele and Irlbeck had two hits each.
Irlbeck picked up the pitching win, working the first four innings. He allowed three runs on three hits, walked three and struck out eight.
Madelia 104 001 1 = 7-9-2
MLAC 000 002 2 = 4-6-3
Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey’s offense came to life a little too late Friday as the Wolverines took a 7-4 loss to Madelia at Comfrey.
The Blackhawks jumped to a 5-0 lead after three innings, then scored insurance runs in the sixth and seventh.
The Wolverines got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the sixth on a two-run Sebastian Rehnelt single.
MLAC tried to mount a rally in the bottom of the seventh, scoring when Devyn Rempel reached on a fielder’s choice and on a Tanner Koetzle RBI single. The Wolverines brought the potential tying run to the plate, but a groundout ended the game.
Kolby Kremmin had two hits in the loss.
Sam Pidde took the pitching loss, allowing six runs on nine hits in six innings of work. He struck out seven.
Next games: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: at Marshall, May 17
MLAC: vs. Windom (at Mt. Lake), May 18
RRC/WWG: vs. RCW (at Lamberton), May 18