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Softball WDC 3, Pine River-Backus 2 WP- Steph Hahn, 2 walks, 8 strikeouts Leah Dykhoff 2-3 1 RBI Sam Holweger 1-3 1 run
Tennis Park Rapids Invitational Singles Mike Paavola 0-3 Taylor Garcia 0-3 Drew Larson 0-3 Doubles Cory Pettrow-Joe Pate 0-3 Kevin Jensen-Matt Green 0-3 Softball Fosston Invitational WDC 11, Ada-Borup 0 WP - Kelly DeFoe, 2 walks, 4 strikeouts Caitlyn Peters 3-3, 2 runs, 1 RBI Leah Dykhoff 2-4 6 RBI Indus 6, WDC 2 LP-Steph Hahn 2 walks, 11 strikeouts WDC 30, Northome-Kelliher 2 WP-Steph Hahn, 2 walks, 4 strikeouts Lexi Hoemberg 4-6, 3 runs, 2 RBI Leah Dykhoff 4-5, 4 runs 1 RBI Sam Holweger 3-4, 5 runs, 2 RBI
The Verndale Pirates shook off a dominating performance by Sebeka's Alex Brockpahler in Game 1 Tuesday to claim the nightcap 6-3 for their first victory of the 2010 season. Brockpahler surrendered only three hits as Sebeka claimed the opener 7-0. The Sebeka lefty walked thee while striking out 10. The Pirates helped the Trojans by committing five errors. Clay Cottrell took the mound for Verndale in Game 2 and notched the victory as the Pirates triumphed 6-4. Dallas Ehrmantraut collected a pair of hits for Verndale while Cottrell reached twice on a base hit and a walk.
The Breckenridge Cowboys capitalized on four Wadena-Deer Creek errors Tuesday to hand Kyle Dykhoff's Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines a 3-2 loss on the local diamond. Casey Materi, who had two of Breck's eight hits, drove in Zack Hegge with the game-winning run in the sixth inning. Walker Busse and Preston Kappes out-dueled Derrick Rude and Kevin Tumberg in the windy conditions. Busse worked the first four frames and struck out four while surrendering three hits and two walks. Kappes walked two and fanned five in his relief role. The WDC hurlers did not allow an earned run.
Craig Klawitter's Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines were guilty of seven errors in their season opener Tuesday as they fell to Breckenridge 12-11. The winning Cowgirls had to give a big assist to the wind as WDC hurler Steph Hahn was touched for only one earned run. Hahn did not allow a walk while fanning five. The Wolverines out-slugged the Cowgirls 16-14 but Breck was able to score the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh to break an 11-all tie.
Amos Schmidt set the winning pace in both the 110 and 300 hurdles Tuesday as the Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale Raiders kicked off their outdoor track and field season at the Wild Oats Open in Fergus Falls. The 2009 Class A state qualifier ran the 110 in a time of 17.83 and took the 300 with a 54.94 effort. Rosalyn Johnson also stood out for the Raiders as she took third in the 110 hurdles with an 18.37 and third in the 300 hurdles with a 54.94, just ahead of teammate Dezarae Weekley who took fourth with a 56.99. The Raiders scored a pair of fourths in the relays with the BHV boys team running a 1:
Wadena boxers DeWayne Steward and Justin Isaacson lost their bouts in the Upper Midwest Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament last Friday and Saturday at Northern Lights Casino in Walker. Steward was decisioned by St. Paul's Robert Brant in a 178-pound fight. Isaacson lost to Minneapolis boxer Aaron Green by decision in the superheavyweight division. Steward received the Upper Midwest's Sportsmanship trophy for his effort against Brant, the No. 1-ranked boxer in the nation at 178. Region 4 boxers winning titles were Brainerd's Nate Rubin at 132 and Fergus Falls' Jesse Wannemacher at 152.
The Detroit Lakes Lakers shut out Wadena-Deer Creek 7-0 Tuesday in a spring gale on the WDC courts. Peter Tranvik's Wolverines went down in straight sets in their season opener but there was no head-hanging after the meet. "They were satisfied with their play, they took a lot of games to deuce," Tranvik said. The Wolverines have been working on ground strokes since the beginning of practice.