Muskies win 4, take control in DRS

The New Market Muskies continued to roll through the competition, winning four games in decisive fashion in Dakota-Rice-Scott League play. The Muskies are now 15- 1 in the league and have a 3- 1/2 game lead over second place St. Patrick, which won twice. Faribault also had a pair of wins last week and are in third place. New Prague drops to fourth, losing their only game of the week in extra innings. The Orioles did take second in the Green Isle-Hamburg Tournament over the weekend, while Elko won three games to take the championship in Hinckley.

Last week’s scores: Wednesday, June 20 Muskies 10, Mallards 0 Justin Firpo allowed one hit in seven innings while striking out 11 as New Market defeated Montgomery 10-0 in Montgomery. Dan Phyle had two hits for the Muskies. Kevin Flicek had the lone hit for the Mallards, Mike Cervenka took the loss on the mound.

Irish 10, Coyotes 8 Matt Pexa had four hits and Jack Friedges three as St. Patrick defeated Shakopee 10- 8. Seth Ambroz had two RBIs for the Irish, who came back from a 5-0 deficit. Josh Simon pitched six innings of relief for the win. Zak Hoffman had three hits and five RBIs for Shakopee. Sam Fisher took the loss.

Bulldogs 4, Mudcats 3 Prior Lake opened the scoring in the top of the third with a home run by Jared Lehrer. Union Hill answered in the bottom of the third, plating Nathan Berg and Matt Beckius on an RBI single by Conrad Masberg. Dan Beckius homered in the seventh for the Bulldogs to make it a 3-1 game. Prior Lake rallied in the eighth when Cole Bjorge blasted a 2-run home run over the left center field wall. Dan Beckius drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 11th, scoring Conrad Masberg. Dan Feneis got the win, striking out 12 in 11 innings. Justin Hackett took the loss. Express 5, Orioles 4 Elko defeated New Prague 5-4. Mitch Fredrick tripled in the 10th inning and scored on a wild pitch for the winning run. Kyle Kalina homered for the Express.

June 21 Lakers 3, Coyotes 2 Faribault defeated Shakopee 3-2 in Faribault. No other information was provided. Muskies 7, Mallards 2 Andy and Kyle Henkemeyer had three hits each and Tyler Bergstrom homered as New Market defeated Montgomery 7-2. Jake McCabe had three of Montgomery’s five hits. Andy Henkemeyer got the win, pitching four scoreless innings and striking out four. Ted Christian pitched six innings and struck out eight while taking the loss.

Warriors 2, Saints 0 Veseli and St. Benedict found themselves in a pitcher’s duel on Friday night in Veseli. Matt Perkinson threw a complete game shutout giving up three hits and notching eight strikeouts. The lone RBIs came off the bats of Nathan Simon and Ben Doerr. Jeremy Heitkamp had a great outing for the Saints, allowing only five hits and no earned runs while striking out eight in taking the loss.

Sox 9, Lakers 2 Webster defeated Faribault 9-2 in an error-filled game. Jeremy Wieland pitched a complete game, earning his third victory of the season. Wieland struck out nine batters, allowing 10 hits and one earned run. Porter Sartor took the loss, giving up five earned runs on four hits, striking out three. The Lakers took a 1-0 lead in the third inning, the Sox answered with a five-run fifth inning. The Lakers added their final run in the sixth inning, but the Sox answered again with two runs in the seventh and eighth innings. Webster scored runs by executing timely hits with runners in scoring position. Joey Grote had three hits for the Lakers adding an RBI. Ryan Archambault and Dylan O’Neil each added two hits. Marcus Pleiss had two hits for the Sox, scoring two runs and adding an RBI. Brent Cheney also added two hits, scoring twice with three RBIs. JJ Stenzel contributed 2 RBIs. Nick Hanson scored twice. Brooks Prochaska and Adam Schmitz each scored a run and added an RBI.

June 23 Aces 8, Irish 3 The first three batters for St. Patrick scored in the first inning, but after that starter Joe Sabal was lights out for Lonsdale, as he got a complete game win, allowing just six hits and striking out seven as Lonsdale defeated the Irish 8- 3. Jack Skluzacek had three hits, including a home run, and drove in three runs. Marty Kalina also had three hits and Jordan Yetzer, Cole Pint, Phil Tisdel and Brad Davis had two each. Kyle Rhodus and Seth Ambroz had two hits each for St. Patrick. Bill Dunker started and took the loss.

June 24 Muskies 10, Coyotes 1 New Market pounded out 16 hits, two each from Alex Lindstrom, Nate Rost, Nick Rost, Kyle Henkemeyer, Joe McKibben and Jay Chlan, as they defeated Shakopee 10-1. Nate Rost pitched seven innings to take the win. He also had a home run and four RBIs. Alec Pauly had three hits for Shakopee. Jesse Nystrom went four innings for Shakopee to take the loss. He struck out five.

Saints 15, Warriors 14 St. Benedict outlasted Veseli 15-14 in 11 innings Sunday in St. Benedict. The Saints overcame deficits of 4- 2, 9-4, and 12-10 in the comeback win. Saints veteran Scott Eischens homered. Mitchell Martin had three hits. Eischens, Jon Huss, and Andrew Huss had two hits each. Nate Novak, Tyler Busch, Logan Reger, and Ben Doerr each had multi-hit games for the Warriors. The poorly played game featured 20 bases on balls, seven hit batsmen, and nine errors. Andrew Huss earned the win in relief.

Irish 4, Bulldogs 3 Dom DeLuca doubled in the 10th inning and pinch runner Jace Westman scored on an RBI single by Derrick Isaacson to give St. Patrick a 4-3 win over Union Hill Sunday. DeLuca also homered in the game and had three hits, as did Isaacson. Danny Beckius had three hits and Eric Bisek and Jeff Dietz had two hits each for Union Hill. Kyle Rhodus got the win in relief, with Dan Feneis taking the loss.

Mallards 9, Sox 8 Owen Little got the start for Montgomery and went 5-2/3 innings to pick up the win as the Mallards defeated Webster 9-8. Robbie Marschall had the save. John Barten took the loss for the Sox. Webster started the game with a run in the bottom of the first but the Mallards responded with scoring seven runs in the second and another in the third inning. Webster mounted a comeback when they scored a run in the bottom of the fifth and five in the bottom of the sixth. Brent Cheney had a home run and two walks, while Brooks Prochaska, Jared Tucker and Adam Schmitz had two hits each. Pat Lloyd went 3-for-5 with two RBIs for Montgomery, with Tyler Bednar and Johnny Krocak both getting home runs.

Lakers 3, Aces 0 Faribault scored three runs in the second inning and that would be all they would need to defeat Lonsdale 3-0. Phil Tisdel allowed just six hits but took the loss for Lonsdale. He struck out seven in eight innings. Matt Lane had the complete- game win, allowing eight hits and striking out 12.

Muskies 7, Coyotes 1 New Market won the nightcap of a doubleheader with a 7-1 win over Shakopee. Riley Ahern pitched seven innings and allowed six hits while striking out eight for the win. Dan Phyle had three hits and Nick Rost and Joe McKibben had two each. Henry Henk had three hits for Shakopee. Chris Isensee took the loss.


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