HLOF 000 0 = 0-2-1
MLAC 28(12) x = 22-9-0
Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey scored in each of its three at-bats and had two huge innings at the plate Tuesday, rolling to a 22-0 victory over Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda in Mt. Lake.
The Wolverines had nine hits, but drew 13 walks as a team, including eight in the 12-run third inning.
Brooke Naas had an RBI double in the second inning to put MLAC on the board. Alana Morey added a run-scoring sacrifice for a 2-0 lead.
In the second, Jaci Tollefson had an RBI single and Morey and Thaila Sengchan each added a two-run single.
In the third, Alexis Romsdahl had an RBI single. MLAC’s other 11 runs scored on bases-loaded walks or wild pitches.
Morey and Annika Brinkman each had two hits in the win.
Kennedie Simon earned the pitching win, allowing one hit and one walk in three innings. She struck out three.
MCC 542 213 1 = 18-15-2
RRC/WWG 402 200 1 = 9-9-7
Murray County Central hammered out 15 hits and capitalized on seven errors to roll to an 18-9 victory over Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove Tuesday in Sanborn.
Of the Rebels’ 15 hits, five were for extra bases, including a pair of home runs.
MCC used a three-run home run to start the scoring, jumping to a 5-0 lead. But RRC/WWG answered in the bottom of the first, Jada Radmaker had an RBI single and three runs scored on a pair of Rebel errors.
But MCC surged again in the second, using another three-run home run to take a 9-2 lead.
RRC/WWG scored twice on wild pitches in the third, then got a two-run home run of its own from Mercedes Myers in the fourth. Nora Hemmingsen added a run-scoring sacrifice fly in the seventh.
Myers, Radmaker and Hailey Amsden each had two hits for the Falcons.
Addeson Jenniges took the pitching loss, allowing 18 runs on 15 hits. She walked five and struck out four.
Next games: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: vs. JCC, DH, April 21
MLAC: at MCC (Slayton), April 21
RRC/WWG: at AE (Ellsworth), April 21