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Eagles top Wolverines in Subway Classic title game

WDC’s Samantha Manselle (20) flips the ball to Morgan Zeise (30) as Minnewaska Area’s Lexi Amundson (17) checks in at second. Looking on is Katelyn Peters (3). The visiting Lakers topped the Wolverines 10-5.

Six New York Mills players collected two hits apiece Wednesday as the Eagles defeated Wadena-Deer Creek 8-5 for the Subway Classic championship.

EmaLeigh and Mckenna Roberts, Lydia Irons, Brooklyn Frost, Brittany Lee and Amy Nebosis all collected two safeties in the 28-hit slugfest.

Samantha Manselle led the Wolverines with a 3-for-3 effort at the plate that included one RBI. Caitlin Volkmann, Sam Killian and Brooke Umland all contributed two hits.

Autumn Roberts out-dueled Caitlin Volkmann for the pitching win.

The Wolverines reached the finals by winning their opener with Mahnomen/Waubun 14-0 and blanking Fosston 11-0 in the second round.

Volkmann fired a one-hitter in the victory over Mahonmen/Waubun. The WDC righty fanned three and did not allow a walk in her five innings of work.

Michaela Lehmkuhl homered, went 4-for-4 at the plate, drove in three runs and scored one for the Wolverines. Morgan Ziese, Sam Killian, Katelyn Peters, Brooke Umland, Ashley Tuttle and Volkmann combined for eight hits, eight RBIs and 10 runs.

Victoria Witthuhn fired a three-hitter and Lehmkuhl went 3-for-3 with a home run, three runs and three RBIs as the Wolverines crushed Fosston.

Manselle, Killian and Ziese combined for six hits, five RBIs and three runs in the win.

M/W  000           00 – 0       1              2

WDC 066            2x – 14     14             0

WP- Cailtin Volkmann; LP- Vanessa Spry

Fosston     000     00 – 0       3              1

WDC      260      3x – 11     13             1

WP- Victoria Witthuhn; LP- Samara Ehlke

WDC 100 201      1 – 5         13             0

NYM  200 240     x – 8         15             1

WP- Autumn Roberts; LP- Caitlin Volkmann

WDC 14-13, Perham 2-2

The Wolverines cashed in on 10 Perham errors Tuesday in a doubleheader sweep of the Yellowjackets.

Michaela Lehmkuhl and Brooke Umland led WDC at the plate in Game 1 combining for five hits, four RBIs and four runs.

Caitlin Volkmann fanned six in chalking up the win.

Sam Killian was 4-for-5 with three doubles, five RBIs and two runs in Game 2.

Morgan Zeise and Michaela Lehmkuhl both scored three times.

Victoria Witthuhn scattered six Perham hits for the pitching win.

Minnewaska 10, WDC 5

The Lakers used a 17-hit attack to dismantle the Wolverines Monday in Wadena.

Julieann Helander and Kacia Kollman combined for six hits, seven RBIs and three runs for Minnewaska. Kollman and Shanae Suchy both homered in the win.

The Wolverines were stopped cold for the first five innings.

Sam Killian went 3-for-4 with three RBIs in the loss. Caitlin Volkmann was 2-for-3 and scored twice.


Minnewaska 420  012 1 – 10 17 0

WDC 000 002      3 – 5         13             3

WP- Mady Phillips; LP- Caitlin Volkmann

HR – Kollman, Suchy (M)

WDC 6, BHV 5 (8 innings)

Katelyn Peters’ sacrifice and singles by Victoria Witthuhn and Lacena Brown lifted WDC over Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale Saturday in an eight-inning game.

The Raiders led 4-1 after three innings but Craig Klawitter’s team fought back and tied the game with three runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Michaela Lehmkuhl was 3-for-3 with one run and one RBI.

Caitlin Volkmann fanned seven and walked two in notching the pitching win. Teresa Moenkedick walked five and fanned five in taking the loss.

Elyssa Kern and Kirsten Korfe combined for five of BHV’s nine hits.

BHV   112 010     00 – 5       9              2

WDC  100 130     01 – 6       8              5

WP-Caitlin Volkmann; LP- Teresa Moenkedick

WDC 11, Breckenridge 3

Sam Killian drove in four runs with a home run and a 3-for-4 performance at the plate May 10 as the Wolverines lassoed the Cowgirls.

Michaela Lehmkuhl backed up Killian with a 3-for-3 performance at the plate. Lehmkuhl scored twice and drove in two runs.

Caitlin Volkmann and Katelyn Peters combined for five runs, four hits and one RBI.

Allie Paul was Breck’s top hitter with two hits and two RBIs.

Volkmann fanned eight and did not allow a walk in gaining the pitching win.

Breckenridge 100                020 0 – 3   5              2

WDC 115 022      x – 11       12             2

WP-Caitlin Volkmann; LP- Alli Pauly