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Malley two-hitter, FC/L SB 1-0


Mon, Apr 30th, 2012
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Of the ten 3-Rivers softball teams, Fillmore Central/Lanesboro was the last to begin its season. They did so against Dover-Eyota. One really couldn’t tell the Falcons hadn’t played a game. FC/L put runs on the board in five of six innings. Taylor Case was a thorn in D-E’s side (3-3, 3B, 3 RBI, 2 R, SB; reached in all four plate appearances). Steph Erickson had only one hit, but 3 RBI’s. Victoria Peterson had only one official at bat (a 2B), but reached all four times (2 BB, HBP, SB, R).

And then there was leadoff hitter/pitcher Morgan Malley. She went 2-3 (2B, RBI, 2 SB, 2 R, HBP) at the plate, and then shut down the Eagles from the mound (7 IP, 1 R, 2 H, 9 K’s, 0 BB’s). Factoring in five 1-3-putouts, and Malley (save for a first base-woman and a catcher) single-handedly retired 2/3 of the batters she faced. FC/L retired D-E 9-1.

Home Run: the Calling of the Cards

Three county teams met up with a vaunted Lewiston-Altura squad in softball the week of April 16. All walked away having witnessed the Card’s power first hand. One pulled off a big win. Chatfield got first crack at then 4-0 L-A. Each team had four hits. L-A made theirs count. Alyxandra Hohensee hit a solo HR (1-0 L-A) and Brooke Schilling a 3-run blast (5-0 L-A). Tori Woltz (1-3) drove in the only Gopher run as Chatfield fell 5-1. Schilling did the pitching honors for the Card’s too (7 IP, 1 R, 4 H, 1 BB, 10 K’s, Win).

A night later in Peterson, both R-P (Haley Mueller) and L-A (Natalie Kalmes) slammed a HR. R-P built a 10-5 lead heading to the top of the 7th before holding on for dear life, 10-9. They handed the Cardinals their first loss (while earning their first win). Kenzie Lind, Mariah Mueller, and Kendra Crawford all had two hits for the Trojans. Losing must have aggravated L-A (or the wind was blowing out in Spring Valley). The Cardinals hit five HR’s (Kalmes, Taylor Daley, Miranda Weilandt, and Danielle Harstad times two) versus GMLOK enroot to a 21-3 (5 inning) win. Sydney Johnson was 2-2 for the Bulldogs. It isn’t just Fillmore County foes L-A likes going deep against. They hit seven HR’s in three tournament games in Zumbrota, giving the Cards 15 for the week. They have 20 thru 10 games.

FC/L BB, Season Sweep of GMLOK

The high school baseball season is a couple weeks old and yet FC/L and GMLOK are already done with each other on the baseball diamond. The Falcons won game one (April 12) 5-2. After five innings on April 20, they were in control of game two 4-0. The Bulldogs then made it interesting. After a couple errors, Marshall Oeltjen drove in a run with a single. After a wild pitch, Perry Stejskal drove in two more with a single. The Bulldogs had runners on 1st and 2nd with one out (down 4-3), but failed to get the tying run across. In the bottom half of the inning, FCL replied. Garrett Boggs’ two-run single gave the Falcons a 6-3 lead.

Tyler Eickhoff’s two-run single capped a five-run inning, the game. The Falcons moved to 2-3 with a 9-3 victory. Eickhoff (3-4, 2B, Sac Bunt, 2 RBI, R, SB), Dan Gatzke (2-3, RBI, BB, R), Zach Olstad (2-4, RBI), and Nick Ebner (2-2, 2 R, 2 BB, RBI, SB) all had multiple hits for the victors. Ebner got the win (5 1/3 IP, 3 R, 3 H, 5 BB, 4 K; 2-1 on the season). Oeltjen (1-2, 2 BB, SB, RBI, R), Stejskal (1-4, 2 RBI, ROE), and Sam Eberle (1-2, 2 BB, SB, R, ROE) led winless GMLOK (0-6). Eberle took the loss (4 IP, 4 R, 7 H, 4 K, 5 BB). FCL out-hit GMLOK 11 to 5. The Falcons left 11 men on base.

Baseball

04-16

•L-A 4, Chatfield 0 (C: Justin Viss 1-1, 2 BB’s; Nate Skare 6 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, Loss (3-1). L-A: Zach Nelson 7 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 12 K, Win; Jackson Riebel 1-2 Sac Fly, 2 RBI’s. Gophers only hit was of the IF variety. L-A entered with a 0-3 record, Chatfield 4-1. L-A’s losses were each by one run)

•Game 1 Mabel-Canton 1, Schaeffer Academy 11; 5 innings.

•Game 2 M-C 4, S.A. 14; 5 innings

04-17

•Wabasha-Kellogg 10, GMLOK 0; 5 innings (GMLOK: Lucas Roe 1-2, 2B. W-K: Will Greenheck 2-3, 2 RBI, 2 R, 5 IP, 0 R, 5 H, BB, 3 K, Win; Andrew Kreye 1-3, 3 RBI. Falcons had 6 hits, walked 7 times)

•R-P 2, L-A 6 (R-P: Ethan Wilkemeyer 2-2, 6 IP, 6 R, 7 H, 2 BB, 7 K, Loss (0-2); Trojans had just three hits. L-A: Z. Nelson 2-3, 2B, RBI; Storm Seefeldt 5 2/3 IP, 1 H, 2 R, Win)

•FC/L 0, D-E 6 (FC: D. Gatzke/Z. Olstad 2-3. D-E: Tanner Allen 6 IP, 0 R, 5 H, 1 BB, 3 K, Win)

•S.A. 2, M-C 7 (Cougars pick up 1st win on season versus 5 losses)

•W-K 5, R-P 2 (Trojans are 2-4)

Softball

04-16

•M-C 2, C-SG 25; 5 innings (M-C: Lydia Geving 1-1, BB, R; Danielle Paul 1-2, RBI. C-SG: Samantha Bratland 2-2, 3 RBI; Amanda Heberlein 3-3, 3B, 2 BB, SB, 5 R. C-SG benefited from 12 walks and 5 Cougar errors)

04-20

•St. Charles 0, Chatfield 11; 5 innings (C: Sidney Irish 3-3, 2 R, RBI; Ashley Wolter 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R; Erin Bradt 1-3, ROE, 2 RBI; Katie Jech 1-3, 2B, 5 IP, 0 R, 4 H, 0 BB, 6 K, Win (2-0). SC: Hailey Ihrke 2-2)

•Hope Lutheran 13, M-C 14 (M-C: Hannah Nolte 3-4, 2 RBI, R, SB; L. Geving 1-5, HR (1), 3 RBI; Abby Hanson 1-2, 3 BB, 2 SB, 4 R. Bailey Hanson 2-4, RBI, 2 R. Cougars turned away Patriot threat (1st & 2nd nobody out) in top of 7th with triple play (four unassisted-three-two). Down 13-12 in the bottom half, a B. Hanson single scored A. Hanson (walked) to tie the game. A H. Nolte single scored Chelcie Busch (HBP) to win the game.

•R-P 1, W-K 4 (R-P: Megan Schossow 2-3, RBI. W-K: Sophie Lamey 7 IP, 1 R, 6 H, 1 BB, 4 K, Win)

•FC/L 9, La Crescent 10 (FC: M. Malley 2-3, BB, 2B, HR (1), 2 RBI; Bailey Gartner 2-4, 3 RBI; Syd Huffman 2-3, BB, 2 RBI. Falcons trailed 7-3 after five, but led 9-7 after 6 ½. LC got comeback win in bottom of 7th)

04-21

•Pine Island Tourney (Kasson-Mantorville 2-0, Pine Island 1-1, Chatfield 1-1, Faribault Academies 0-2)

•Chatfield 2, K-M 5 (C: K. Jech 1-1, 2B, RBI; Candace Gould 1-3, RBI. K-M: Kaylee Schorr 3-4, 2B; Abbey Lacey 2-4, 2 RBI. Game was tied 2-2 after five (Gophers had go-ahead runner thrown out at home). Komets got one in 6th and two in 7th for final) >> Chatfield 7, Faribault Academies 1 (C: C. Gould 2-3, 2 RBI, R; Sarah Costello 2-3, 2 R; MaKenzie Miller 1-2, 3B, R; S. Irish 2-4, RBI, R. Gophers are 4-2 overall. K-M tipped PI 2-1 in 11 innings for title)

•Rushford-Peterson Tourney (Houston 3-0, FC/L 2-1, R-P 1-2, Hope Lutheran 0-3 in round-robin format)

•FC/L 9, R-P 4 (FC/L: M. Malley 3-3, 2 2B, 4 R, 7 IP, 4 R, 8 H, 1 BB, 7 K, Win (2-1); Alex Peterson 3-4, 2B, 3 RBI; Jordan O’Connor 1-4, 3 RBI; V. Peterson 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI. R-P: M. Schossow 3-3, R; K. Lind 2-3, R) >> FC/L 11, Hope Lutheran 5 (FC/L: A. Peterson 3-4, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R; J. O’Connor 2-4, 3 RBI, 2 R; M. Malley 1-2, BB, HBP, 3 R, 4 IP, 2 R, 4 H, 0 BB, 6 K (in relief). HL: Tiahia Aune 3-4, 2B, 3 RBI) >> FC/L 0, Houston 6 (FC/L: Taylor Case 0-1, 2 BB. Falcons were no-hit by Abbey Loken. They are 3-2 on the season) >>HL 8, R-P 9 (R-P: M. Muller 2-3, 2B; Trojan hitters had 5 hits and walked 9 times. Hope Lutheran took 8-7 lead in top of 7th, R-P got two runs in bottom for win) >> Houston 7, R-P 5 (Trojans are 2-4)

•Lake City Tourney (St. Croix Lutheran, Goodhue, Lake City, and Mabel-Canton)

•M-C 0, Goodhue 24; 5 innings (Cougars were no-hit by Emilee Roschen) >> M-C 2, Lake City 22; 5 innings (M-C: Chelcie Busch 1-2, BB, R. Cougars are 1-4)

Golf

04-16

•(B) Glenville-Emmons 228, Lanesboro 160 (L: Braden Hanson 36; Cory Strom 37; Liam Dorn 39. (G) G-E Inc., Lanesboro 185 (L: Bryn Harmon/Johanna Bearson 45’s; Paige Hungerholt 47. At Par-35 Lanesboro GC)

04-17

•(B) C-SG 174, R-P 184, Kingsland 203 (R-P: Alex Vix 44; Charlie Krambeer 45; Kyle Johnson 46. K: Spencer Klevan 46. C-SG: Evan Welscher 42; three with 44. At Par-36 Root River CC)

•(B) FC 168, D-E 211, L-A 166 (FC: Andy Todd/Peter Rislove/Matt Guttormson/Ryan Mayer 42’s. L-A: Jake Baer 37; Brady Borkowski 38. D-E: Jon Sorenson 50. (G) FC 207, D-E Inc., L-A 186 (FC: Sam Trende 49; Jessie Tammel 50. L-A: Kaitlyn Hennessy 43; Kayley Borkowski 44; Megan Hennessy 46. At Par-36 Lewiston CC)

04-20

•(B) Crestwood 178, Kingsland 199, FC 165 (FC: Mitch Johnson 38; A. Todd 41; R. Mayer 42; M. Guttormson 44. K: Josh Thompson 44. C: Will Thompson 41; Andrew Miller 43. At Par-36 Harmony GC)

•(G) FC 220, Kingsland 259 (FC: J. Tammel 51; Katie Tammel 55. Karli Bly 50. At Par-36 Root River CC)

Track and Field

04-17

•Glen Amundsen Invitational (Stewartville) (Boys Team: Byron 167, Stewartville 82, Pine Island 66.5, GMLOS 58.5, Blooming Prairie 52, Triton 50, Hayfield 45, R-P/H 36. Girls Team: GMLOS 147, Byron 140.75, Stewartville 86.75, PI 64.75, R-P/H 43, Triton 35.75, Hayfield 32. BP 8)

•Top R-P/H’er’s: (B) Dalton Mensink (1st Long Jump, 3rd 200 & 300-hurdles), the 4x200 team (Tyler McLellan/Casey McLellan/D. Mensink/Dan Thorson) took 3rd. (G) Erika Hinz (3rd 400), Adria Timm (1st Shot Put, 2nd Discus), the 4x400 team (Jordan Honken/Cody Manfull/Sierra McNamer/Amy Todd) took 3rd.

04-20

•L-A Invite (Boys Team: Cotter 119, Chatfield 112, R-P/H 101, D-E/SC 79, W-K 73, C-SG 68, L/FC/M-C 68, L-A 53, Kingsland 15. Girls Team: D-E/SC 179.5, Chatfield 172.5, R-P/H 95.5, C-SG 80.5, L-A 59, Cotter 49, L/FC/M-C 30.5, W-K 19.5, Kingsland 13)

•Top Gophers: (B) Jayme LaPlante (1st Discus – broke 25 year old school record (164’7”) with a 166’ throw. By contrast, last years state meet was won with a 154’ throw, 2nd Shot Put), Nick Haffner (1st 110-hurdles), Josh Johnson (2nd 800), the 4x100 (Jeremy Benike/Matt Salerno/Tyler Grover/J. LaPlante) & 4x200 teams (N. Haffner/M. Salerno/J. Johnson/Bradee Brundridge) took 2nd. (G) Maddy Kammer (1st 200 & High Jump, 2nd 400), Kayla Woltz (1st 1,600 & 3,200), Kyndra Neis (1st Shot Put & Discus), Ashley Baker (1st 100, 2nd 200), Karen Gomez (2nd 1,600 & 3,200), Autum Erickson (2nd 100), Cassidy Kloes (2nd Shot Put), the 4x200 team (Nikita York/M. Kammer/A. Erickson/Sydney Gould) took 1st, the 4x400 (Alex Duxbury/Camille Rasmussen/Mariah Bell/Maddie Talamantes) & 4x800 teams (M. Bell/C. Rasmussen/K. Woltz/A. Duxbury) took 2nd.

•Top R-P/H’er’s: (B) D. Mensink (1st 100, 300-hurdles, Long Jump, & Triple Jump), R. Ruberg (1st 3,200), D. Thorson (2nd Triple Jump). (G) C. Manfull (2nd Pole Vault), Emily Wade (2nd Discus).

•Top L/FC/M-C’er’s: (B) Niko Anderson (2nd 100), Erik Peterson (2nd 1,600), Gabe Decker (2nd Pole Vault). (G) Alisa Warnes (3rd High Jump), Olivia Haug (3rd Discus)

•Top Knights: (B) Jordan Meskill (2nd 400). (G) Marissa Bornholdt (3rd Pole Vault)

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