Only one undefeated team left in DRS baseball

Jay Schneider, The New Prague Times

And then there was one.

One month into the three month DRS Amateur Baseball League schedule, only one team remains undefeated…Faribault.

The Lakers defeated Shakopee, 4-0 Friday, May 21 and downed Montgomery, 6-2, Sunday, May 23 to improve to 5-0.

Right behind the Lakers in the standings are Prior Lake (4-1), New Prague (3-1), and Union Hill (2-1).

Games Friday included Webster edging Veseli, 8-6 and Montgomery downing St. Benedict, 5-3. In this game, Tom Flicek, Aaron Dwyer, Cole Pint, and Jackson Rynda each had two hits for the Mallards. Mitchell Martin had two hits and Jonathan Huss knocked in two runs for St. Bens.

Five games were played Sunday, May 23. Scores included New Prague over Prior Lake (15-1), Elko over Webster (22-4), Lonsdale over St. Benedict (13-8), and St. Patrick over Veseli (2-0).

Gavin Vosejpka and Jack Skluzacek each hit home runs leading the Aces over the Saints. Phil Tisdel threw seven innings and Joe Sabal pitched the final two innings. Every Aces starter had at least one hit. Mitchell Martin, Matthew Mortenson, Andrew Huss, and Jonathan Huss each had multiple hits for the Saints. Martin also hit a home run.

James Furniss and Ben Morris were locked in a pitcher’s dual in the New Prague win over Prior Lake. An RBI single by Ben Buthe in the sixth inning plated the game’s first run. Then the flood gates opened for the Orioles. They pounded out 11 hits in the final two innings and scored 14 runs.

Nathan Osborne hit a grand slam for the Orioles and teammates Collin Dorzinski, Jacob Mader, and Buthe each had three hits. Corbin Cross had two hits and Cole Bjorge had one for Prior Lake.

In the St. Patrick win over Veseli, Zach Sueurer was the winning pitcher in relief of Luke Tupy, who pitched four innings and struck out eight batters. Phillip Garcia had an RBI to St. Pats.

Pat Lloyd, Cole Pint, and Johnny Krocek each had two hits for Montgomery in their loss to Faribault. Nate Rost earned the win, pitching the first seven innings.

In the Webster loss to Elko, Max Drexel and Jeff Fredrickson each knocked in runs for the Sox.


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