New Market goes to 6-0 in D-R-S baseball


New Market won three games last week to take a 1- game lead in the tough D-RS Blue Division, while Montgomery finally played a game and won, keeping them in first in the Red and Prior Lake and St. Benedict both have a .500 record to lead the White Division. 
Wednesday, May 8 Mallards 15, Coyotes 6 Shakopee led 6-4 going into the final inning, but Montgomery scored 11 runs in the ninth to claim a 15-6 win. 
The Mallards scored on eight hits, four walks and two hit batters. 
Cord Harguth and Andy Lazzari had three hits apiece for Shakopee. John Krocak had two doubles and three RBIs for Montgomery. 
Steve Rosier was the winning pitcher, with Jordan Triestram taking the loss. 
Thursday, May 9 Irish 9, Aces 8 In what seemed like a repeat of the teams’ first meeting, Lonsdale lost another shootout, 9-8, to St. Patrick at Trenda Memorial Field in Lonsdale. 
Kevin Kalina reached base four times in the game for Lonsdale. He scored two runs and had one RBI. 
St. Patrick's Wade Schuknecht, Seth Ambroz and Derek Isaacson combined for nine hits and three RBIs. Josh Simon closed out the game for the win for the Irish and Paul Tisdel got the loss for the Aces.
Friday, May 10 Muskies 12,Warriors 1 Veseli scored a run on a single by Curt Brezina in the first inning, but after that it was all New Market in a 12- 1 Muskie win. 
Kyle Bergstrom pitched six innings and struck out nine to take the win. Jay Chlan drove in four runs on three hits and Tyler Bergstrom and Mike Carpentier had multi-hit games. 
Cory Friedges and Matt Novak had two hits and Brezina had three hits for Veseli. 
Casey Berens took the loss for Veseli. 
River Rats 4, Express 0 Elko lost a non-league game to the Minneapolis River Rats, 4-0. 
Saturday, May 11 Muskies 6, Mudcats 1 New Market’s Tyler Bergstrom hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning to lead New Market to a 6-1 win over Prior Lake Wednesday, May 8. 
New Market added three more in the seventh, due in part to four Prior Lake errors. Tom Carpentier hit an RBI double. 
Casey Johnson drove in the only Prior Lake run, scoring Ben Morrison with a two-out double in the fifth. 
Derek Bergstrom went eight innings for the win, with Nate Rost pitching the final inning. Morrison went seven innings in the loss, with Mike Boergert-Poepping finishing in relief. 
Coyotes 8, Sox 1 Shakopee defeated Webster 8-1 Saturday, May 11. Andy Lazzari got the win pitching five innings and also hit a three-run homer. Cord Harguth had three hits and Josh Gregor and Zak Hoffman had two apiece. Both teams had 10 hits in the game. Lazzari got a 4-6- 3 double play with the bases loaded to end a threat in the fifth. Jeremy Wieland took the loss for Webster. 
Irish 4, Bulldogs 1 Union Hill got on the board in the first when Adam Gill reached on an error, advanced to third on a perfectly executed hit and run by Matt Beckius and scored on a double steal. That would be all of the scoring for the Bulldogs. St. Patrick quickly answered in the top half of the second and never looked back. 
Seth Ambroz led the Irish with two hits, including an RBI double. Ambroz threw five strong innings allowing only two hits and striking out seven to take the win. Colton Borwege chipped in with an RBI double for St. Patrick. 
Brad Weiers started and took the loss for the Bulldogs going seven innings on the mound. Gill and Beckius had the only two hits for the Bulldogs. 
Sunday, May 12 Express 6, Orioles 4 Elko scored two runs in the top of the ninth and a late New Prague rally fell short as the Express defeated the Orioles 6-4 in New Prague Sunday. 
Kyle Kraska and Corey Grisim each had three hits and Jason Grimm had two for Elko. 
Dan Ring and Austin Bachman had two hits each for the Orioles. 
Glenn Parker got he win, going five innings and striking out 11. The Express pitchers struck out 19 New Prague batters, and Elko outhit New Prague 13-6. Dusty Beckius started for New Prague, with Chase Buthe taking the loss in relief. 
Muskies 16, Sox 0 New Market took an early lead with three runs in the first, then all but ended it with a 13-run fourth inning as the Muskies defeated Webster 16-0. 
Tyler Bergstrom and David Stewart each had four RBIs. Nick Rost had three hits and two RBIs. Jay Chlan and Kyle Bergstrom both had RBI doubles in the fourth. Nick Rost threw six innings, striking out five and giving up six hits. 
Nick Rost picked up the win, while Brighton Volkert was tagged with the loss. 
Alex Fischer pitched the fifth and sixth innings for Webster, giving up only one hit and striking out five. 
Irish 6, Knights 4. Derek Isaacson's picked up his first career victory in a 6-4 non-league win for St. Patrick against the Metro Knights. 
Mudcats 15, Lakers 14 Prior Lake took an 11-3 lead, trailed by two going into the ninth inning, tied the score and then won it in 10 innings in a back-and-forth game with Faribault at Prior Lake. 
Ben Morrison’s two-run homer tied the game in the ninth. 
Faribault rallied from an eight-run deficit after six innings. Ryan Archambeault had a big double to drive in two runs. Jay Ellerbach homered for the Lakers in the fourth. 
Levi Schneider homered in the fifth for Prior Lake. 
The winning run scored in the 10th on a leadoff single by Jake Schmidt. He was sacrificed to second by AJ Mee and took third on a groundout. With two outs Cole Bjorge hit a ball up the middle and beat it out for a game-winning single. 
Prior Lake starter Ryan White struck out seven in five innings. Jake Schmidt struck out six batters in the final three innings to take the win. Evan Knutson took the loss for Faribault. 
Aces 12, Coyotes 1 Lonsdale shut the door early on Shakopee, capturing a 12-1 win at Trenda Memorial. 
Eight runs in the first three innings allowed the Lonsdale Aces to put the game away early. A two-run single by Matt Tschida, an RBI double by Tyler Bednar and a two-run single by Brian Rud in the first inning and a solo home run by Kevin Kalina and a walk by Rud during the second inning supplied the early offense for the Lonsdale Aces. 
Kalina continued his hot start for Lonsdale, going 1- for-3, driving in one and scoring three runs. 
Phil Tisdel took the win, allowing one earned run, five hits and one walk while striking out three over seven innings of work. 
Saints 12,Warriors 2 The St. Benedict Saints defeated Veseli 12-2 in seven innings at St. Benedict. Steve Weiers pitched five innings of no-hit ball to earn the win. He was backed by a 13-hit attack led by Jacob Riesgraf with three. Chris Hartman, Andrew Huss, Michael Pauly, and Josh Malz had two hits each for the Saints. 
Corey Friedges had an RBI double for Veseli, while Matt Novak had two hits. 
Postponed: May 8 - New Market at Prior Lake, to be played June 27 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 Twin City Saints at Elko, 7:30 p.m. New Market at Shakopee, 7:30 p.m. 
THURSDAY, MAY 16 St. Patrick at Faribault, 7:30 p.m. 
FRIDAY, MAY 17 Shakopee at Union Hill, 7:30 p.m. Webster at Montgomery, 7:30 p.m. St. Benedict at New Prague, 7:30 p.m. Randolph at Lonsdale, 7:30 p.m. St. Patrick at Veseli, 8 p.m. 
SATURDAY, MAY 18 St. Patrick at Montgomery, 7:30 p.m. 
SUNDAY, MAY 19 Union Hill at St. Benedict Faribault at Webster New Prague at Veseli Shakopee at St. Patrick Montgomery at Lonsdale Prior Lake at Elko 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 St. Benedict at Elko, 7:30 p.m. St. Patrick at Faribault, 7:30 p.m. 
THURSDAY, MAY 23 Webster at Prior Lake, 7:30 p.m.