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Baseball: Barthel tosses no-hitter against Parkers Prairie

The Wolverines next host Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 17.

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PARKERS PRAIRIE – Tyson Barthel stayed solid on the mound through seven innings allowing no hits against the Parkers Prairie Panthers on Monday, May 16. The Wolverines ended on top 8-0.

“It was a good day, curve ball was working and I found my change up which was also effective,” Tyson shared after the game. “My teammates played great defense behind me.”

“We had some big defensive web gems from Brandon Wheeler, Isaac Hamann, and Evan Lunde to keep the no hitter intact,” W-DC head coach Kyle Dykhoff said.

The no-hitter came with four strikeouts for the Panthers. Blake Adickes was the losing pitcher for the Panthers. He allowed 9 hits and 8 runs over five innings.

Runs were widespread for the Wolverines with Isaac Hamann, Josh Dykhoff, Peyton Rondestvedt, Connor Davis, Evan Lunde, Payton Church, Brandon Wheeler and Teshe Loer each getting one run. Hamann and Rondestvedt each smacked doubles. The Wolverines recorded 10 hits.

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The Wolverines were hard to stop in the third inning as they cranked out five runs. The win now brings them to 9-0 in their conference.

Wadena-Deer Creek 8 10 2

Parkers Prairie 0 0 2

WP: Tyson Barthel. 2B: Payton Rondestvedt, Isaac Hamann. Conference: WDC 9-0. Overall: WDC 10-3.

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