FRIDAY - APRIL 29, 2016
CROOKSTON BASEBALL USES TIMELY HITTING AND SOLID PITCHING TO BEAT BAGLEY 5-2
Crookston Pirate Baseball team only had four hits in the game, but took
advantage of timely hits by Tanner Reinhart and a strong pitching performance by
Chris Wavra to beat the Bagley Flyers 5-2 in a Section 8AA game played at Jim
Karn Field in Crookston.
The first hit of the game came from Crookston’s Drew Dragseth, but the Pirates weren’t able to score in the inning. In the third inning, Crookston’s Dante Norris was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning. Chris Wavra walked and Tanner Reinhart singled to score a run and Cody Wardner hit a sacrifice fly to left field to score another run and Crookston led 2-0. Bagley finally scored when Ben Thoma was hit by a pitch and Parker Sorenson singled and Josh Dukek had the second and last hit of the game for Bagley to score a run. The Pirates added two more runs in the fourth inning when Dragseth led off the inning with a single for his second hit of the game, Luke Froeber walked and Alex LaFrance laid down a perfect sacrifice bunt to move the runners to second and third base with one out. The next batter struck out and Wavra walked for the third time in the game and Reinhart singled to score two more runs and Crookston led 4-1. “It was nice to get the hits today because I was in a slump,” said Drew Dragseth on KROX’s postgame show. “I had a nice blooper to center field in my first at bat and my second hit was a nice bloop hit in right field and I was able to drop it in for a hit.”
In the sixth inning Bagley scored a run after Thoma walked and scored on an error to cut Crookston’s lead to 4-2. Crookston responded with a run in the bottom of the sixth inning when Dante Norris walked and Chris Wavra walked for the fourth time in the game and Norris scored on an error to give the Pirates a 5-2 lead.
Chris Wavra shut the door in the seventh inning by striking out the first two batters before getting the third batter to pop out and the Pirate catcher Blake Kawlewski made a diving catch to end the game for a 5-2 victory. “We are exactly the same team as Bagley. They are young and right around .500 and both teams played hard and it was a good game with good pitching, good defense and some timely hitting,” said Pirate Coach Mitch Bakken. “Chris pitched well and he had a few more walks than he wanted to have, but he was able to grind one out and it seemed like he had his best inning in the seventh inning. We didn’t have many hits, but Tanner Reinhart had two huge hits to score three runs so that was big and Drew had a couple hits and that is huge.”
Crookston improves to 5-5 on the year and will host Roseau for a double header on Tuesday. KROX Radio will carry the first game of the double header.
Bagley drops to 4-5 on the season.
J.V. – Crookston won 14-4
Tanner Reinhart with a big swing for one of his two hits in the game
|Ben Thoma - Bagley||2||1||0||0||1||2|
|Wyatt Larson - Bagley||4||3||4||4||6||3|
|Chris Wavra - Crookston||7||2||2||1||5||9|
Dante Norris with a swing Chris Wavra pitched a complete game
Drew Dragseth - 2-3
Tanner Reinhart - 2-4, 3 rbi's
Chris Wavra - 0-0, 4 walks
Josh Dukek - 1-2, rbi
Parker Sorenson - 1-3
Ben Thoma - 0-0, 2 walks, 1 hit by pitch
NORMAN COUNTY OUTLASTS CROOKSTON PIRATE SOFTBALL TO WIN 18-12 IN 8 INNINGS
It has been a reoccurring theme for the Crookston Pirate Softball team, they are
able to get hits and score runs, but errors and walks have come back to hurt
them in all seven of their losses this season and it wasn’t any different on
Friday afternoon when Norman County (Ada-Borup/Norman County West coop)
outscored the Pirates 7-1 in the eighth inning to win the game 18-12 in eight
innings in a game played at the Donnie Lauf/Crookston American Legion Softball
diamond in Crookston.
Norman County scored a run in the first inning after they reached on a fielder’s choice, advanced to second on a wild pitch, to third on a ground out and scored on a pass ball for a 1-0 lead. Crookston answered in the bottom of the second inning when Amanda Trandem walked, stole second base, advanced to third on a pass ball and scored on a Nicole Goosen ground out to tie the game at 1-1.
Norman County scored a run in the top of the third inning to take the lead, but Crookston answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning when Kaitlyn Thingelstad reached on a fielder’s choice, Brook Cymbaluk walked and Jaeden Lizakowski tripled to score two runs and then scored on a wild pitch for a 4-2 lead. The back and forth game continued with Norman County scoring two runs in the fourth after three singles in the inning to tie the game. Crookston took the lead back in the bottom of the fourth when Emma Boll was hit by a pitch, advanced to second on a fielder’s went to third base on a single and scored on the throw and the Pirates led 5-4.
Norman County scored three runs in the fifth inning with a single and three straight walks and an error to take a 7-5 lead. Crookston answered in a big way with four runs in the bottom of the inning with a Trandem double, Strem reached, Goosen was hit by a pitch and Boll singled to score a run. Thinglestad hit a big double to score two runs and Boll scored on the throw and the Pirates led 9-7. Norman County scored four runs in the sixth inning and the Pirates responded with two on a couple singles and a bases loaded walk to tie the game 9-9. In the seventh inning it was hard to believe that after 22 runs were scored in the first six innings between the teams they weren’t able to score in the seventh to force extra innings.
Norman County exploded for seven runs in the eighth inning with two outs! There was two walks to start the inning, followed by two strike outs and that is when the damage started. Norman County singled, doubled, singled, was hit by a pitch, singled, and doubled to score their seven runs for an 18-11 lead.
In the bottom of the eighth inning, Crookston popped out to short stop for the first out and Macy Strem and Nicole Goosen singled, Boll walked and Michelle Cuno singled to score a run, but that is all they would get in the 18-12 loss. "It was an exciting game and the girls never gave up and they had a few more hits than us and some errors really hurt us," said Pirate Coach Katie Lariviere. "It was good to see the girls keep fighting and we hit the ball pretty well again and the girls were aggressive at the plate. We were two similar teams and they have a good team and we were right there with them the entire way, we just couldn't stop them in the eighth inning."
Crookston drops to 2-8 on the year and will travel to Warroad for a double header on Tuesday. Norman County improves to 8-3.
J.V. - Norman County won 26-10
Jr. High - Norman County won 12-5
Nicole Goosen puts the ball in play Desiree Ramirez makes contact
|Macy Strem - Crox||5.0||6||10||4||8||4|
|Kaitlyn Thingelstad - Crox||3.0||6||8||7||3||4|
|Lexi Nelson - NC||5.2||11||8||8||6||4|
|Tatum Tufte - NC||2.1||1||4||2||2||1|
Kaitlyn Thingelstad - 3-5, 2 rbi's, run
Amanda Trandem - 2-4, 3 runs
Jaeden Lizakowski - 2-4, 2 rbi's
For Norman County
Zoe Johnson - 3-5,
Gracie Johnson - 2-4, 3 runs, rbi
Tatum Tufte - 2-4, 2 runs, walk
CROOKSTON PIRATE BOY'S GOLF IN THIRD PLACE AFTER FIRST DAY OF FERGUS FALLS INVITE
The Crookston Pirate
Boys Golf team brought a younger team to the Fergus Falls Invitational
at the Pebble Lake Golf Course and is in third place out of seven teams after
the first round of the two day tournament shooting a 321, 11 strokes behind the
leader Bemidji. Crookston left the juniors and seniors going to prom at home
because of prom on Saturday evening.
Crookston was led by freshman, Brock Heppner, who shot a 76 which was three strokes behind the medalist. "Brock had a great round and shot really well and he was under the 80 for the first time this year," said Pirate Coach Steve Kofoed. "I was pleased with how we played overall with the varsity and J.V. squad. Ethan Magsam had a good round with a 79
All in all the 11 guys we brought down played some good golf. It is golf, so not everybody was happy because they left some strokes out there, but most of the guys were happy with how they played. Ben Trostad and Charles Eickhof didn't play their best and they weren't happy, but they have a chance to bounce back tomorrow. It was a good round and to shoot a 321 missing your top guys is a good round and we will try to have a better round tomorrow."
Crookston will start the second round shortly after 8:00 a.m. on Saturday.
|2.Detroit Lakes||311||Ethan Magsam||79|
|5.Fergus Falls||324||Charles Eickhof||86|
|7.Thief River Falls||355|
|Matt Gregg Bem||73|
|Brock Heppner- Crox||76|
PIRATE GIRL'S GOLF
TEAM PLAYS WELL IN THIRD PLACE FINISH AT BEMIDJI
The Crookston Pirate Girls Golf team had another solid round of golf shooting a 362, good for third place out of 14 teams at the Bemidji Invitational at the Bemidji Town and Country Golf Course. Pequot Lakes won the meet with a 346, 13 strokes better Bemidji. Ally Tiedemann was the top Pirate with a 78, three strokes behind the medalist Alex Stone of Pequot Lakes. Maddie Nichols turned in a 90, good for a tie for ninth place. The meet was important because the Section 8AA Girls and Boys Golf Tournaments are held at the course this year. "Taking third place is great. I am very proud of the girls, their effort was top notch today. Our consistency is getting better with five girls under 100 and the course was in great shape and the greens were quick and once they figured the greens out our scores got better," said Pirate Coach Jeff Perreault. "We had a personal best with Emily Ricord shooting a 97 and finally broke a 100 so that was great! Ally taking second place, shooting on of her better scores is great and her game was on today. We are still looking up at Pequot Lakes, who is our section and along with Detroit Lakes they are the teams to beat. Our next team goal is to get a sub-350 score."
Crookston will travel to the Park Rapids meet on Monday.
|1. Pequot Lakes||346||Ally Tiedemann||78|
|6.Park Rapids||386||Joslyn Leach||105|
|7.Thief River Falls||387|
|9.Fosston||393||1. Alex Stone -Pequot Lakes||75|
|10.Wadena||400||2. Ally Tiedemann - Crox||78|
|11.East Grand Forks||410||3. Becca Haus - Perham||80|
|13.Crosby - Ironton||443|
THURSDAY - APRIL 28, 2016
#7 RANKED PIRATE BOYS TENNIS TEAM SHUTS OUT DETROIT LAKES AND PARK RAPIDS
The Crookston Pirate Boys Tennis team used 17 different players and had no problems with the Detroit Lakes Lakers or the Park Rapids Panthers and beat them both by 7-0 scores in Section 8A matches at the Detroit Lakes triangular.
Nick Garmen with a serve Andy Gregg with a return vs Park Rapids
Match One -
The Crookston Pirates started the day with a 7-0 victory over the Detroit Lakes Lakers. Crookston will see a lot of different line ups this year and Detroit Lakes tried to load up their doubles putting their strongest players in doubles, but the Pirates had no problems with Elijah Phaiah and Jacob Roesch winning their first doubles match 6-4, 6-4. Nick Garmen and Ian Johnson hit a lull in their second doubles match in the second set, but won 6-2, 7-5 and the third doubles team of Jake Widseth and Kazmir Adams won 6-2, 6-4. The four singles players, Bobby Tiedemann, Andy Gregg, Matt Garmen, and Jordan Bengston dominated their matches and won by a total score of 48-1 to cruise to the 7-0 team victory. “We played pretty well. Our doubles players came up big and were able to win the match with them loading their doubles teams. Our guys knew they were going to have to play well to win their match and they went out and won their matches so it was good for our doubles to see that competition,” said Pirate Coach Mike Geffre. “Our singles played well and took care of business and only lost one match so that was good to see them come out and play strong.”
|Bobby Tiedemann||Garrett Knopf||Crox||6-0, 6-0|
|Andy Gregg||Isaac Howard||Crox||6-0, 6-1|
|Matt Garmen||Dawson Grimm||Crox||6-0, 6-0|
|Jordan Bengtson||Tanner Doppler||Crox||6-0, 6-0|
Quentyn Haglund with a big forehand return vs Park Rapids
Match two -
In the second match of the day, Crookston beat Park Rapids 7-0 and the only close match came at fourth singles, where Logan Prudhomme started slow and picked up his play to finish strong in a three set victory to earn his first varsity win of the season.
The first three singles players of Bobby Tiedemann, Nick Garmen and Harrison Bjorgo won their matches by a combined 36-3 and the three doubles teams of Jake Widseth and Andy Gregg, second doubles of Quentyn Haglund and Tim Cymbaluk and the third doubles team of Tom Cymbaluk and Eric Sullivan won their matches by a combined 36-8 to solidify the 7-0 victory and triangular sweep. “We had some kids playing their first varsity action of their career and some the first varsity match of the year so we were able to see some of them and it allowed us to have some more competitive matches,” said Coach Geffre. “It was a nice day to win both matches by 7-0 and we will take that and get ready for next week when we play Moorhead.”
Crookston improves to 9-0 in duals and will have a busy week next week when they host Moorhead on Tuesday and travel to Thief River Falls to play in the Northwest Quad (Bemidji, Thief River Falls, East Grand Forks) on Thursday, travel to Pine City for a dual on Friday and play in the Pine City Tournament on Saturday!
J.V./Jr. High - Crookston won 15-7
|Bobby Tiedemann||Nick Porozinski||Crox||6-0, 6-0|
|Nick Garmen||Connor Shaw||Crox||6-2, 6-0|
|Harrison Bjorgo||Zach Nelson||Crox||6-1,6-0|
|Logan Prudhomme||Ashton Clark||Crox||4-6, 6-1, 7-0|
Tim Cymbaluk eyes down the ball on a return
WEDNESDAY - APRIL 27, 2016
UMC BASEBALL BEATS #22 RANKED AUGUSTANA 7-6 IN FIRST GAME FALLS SHORT OF THE SWEEP
University of Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagle Baseball team beat the #22 ranked
Augustana Vikings 7-6 in the first game of a Northern Sun Conference double
header and lost 13-9 in the second game for a split of the double header played
The team huddles up after the 7-6 victory in the first game of the double header
ONE - Box Score
The Golden Eagles scored four runs late for a come from behind 7-6 victory over the #22 ranked Augustana Vikings in a Northern Sun Conference game played in Crookston. “We’ve had great efforts all year and this might top them all,” said UMC Coach Steve Gust. “It was a matter of guys stepping up and making plays. This is a big win for our program, don’t get me wrong we have a long way to go, but to come through against the best team of the NSIC it tells you a lot about our guys.”
Augustana started the scoring with a two out rally in the first inning taking advantage of a hit batter and back to back doubles for a 2-0 lead.
UMC responded with a run in the bottom of the inning with a two out rally of their own when Ryan Haggstrom (Sr. Apple Valley) walked and Kenny Perez (Sr. Orlando, FL) hit a double to score a run and the Golden Eagles trailed 2-1 after the first inning.
Augustana answered with two runs in the third inning when a Viking reached on an error and after a couple singles they led 4-1. UMC, as they have all season long, battled back with two runs in the bottom of the inning when Jason Angelo (Soph. Manteca, Cal) was hit by a pitch, Colton Haight (Sr. Rogers) doubled and with runners at second and third Haggstrom singled to score a run and the second run scored on a balk to bring the Golden Eagles within a 4-3 deficit.
Augustana added two more runs in the fourth inning for a 6-3 lead and shut down Crookston in the bottom of the inning. UMC brought in Wyatt Huso (Soph. Eagan) and Cody Pamperin (Jr. Shakopee) pitched great in the fifth and sixth innings to shut down Augustana.
UMC had another good inning in the fifth inning when Haight reached on a fielder’s choice to force a pitching change. Haggstrom walked and Kenny Perez reached on a throwing error that allowed a run to score and Reed Hjelle (Fresh. East Grand Forks) singled to score another run and the Golden Eagles trailed 6-5.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, Thomas Kinsella (Sr. North Branch) led off with a single and Zach Frazier (Soph. Grand Rapids) had a sacrifice bunt to move Kinsella to second base. Patrick Higgins (Jr. Eagan) came in to pinch hit and came up with a huge rbi single to tie the game at six apiece. “The toughest thing to do in baseball is come off the bench,” said Coach Gust. “To come up to the plate and get the job done is tough. Patrick was a starter for us last year and this year he comes off the bench and when his name was called he was ready. I just can’t say enough about him.” After a ground out for the second out of the inning, Haight singled to score a run and UMC took a 7-6 lead. “It’s all about staying in the game and doing little things that add up to big things. That is the kind of team we are, we aren’t going to out talent anybody we just need to do the little things to be successful,” said Coach Gust.
In the top of the seventh inning, UMC called the Northern Sun Conference saves leader, Zach Seipel (Fresh. Eagan), to pitch and he struck out the first two batters, walked the third batter and retired the next batter to get the 7-6 victory. “We probably gave up to many walks and hit too many batters, but our pitchers made pitches when they had to and our defense was solid behind them.”
Crookston improves to 16-6 in the NSIC.
Luke Thoma with a pitch in the first game of the double header
TWO - Box Score
To say UMC was fired up from the first game victory might be an understatement as the Golden Eagles scored six runs in the first inning. The inning started with back to back hit batters and Haggstrom walked to load the bases. Perez grounded out to score the first run of the game and Mushitz walked to reload the bases and Kinsella doubled to score two runs and Frazier singled to score two more for a 5-0 lead. UMC added one more run on a Riley Thompson (Soph. Owatonna) doubled for a 6-0 lead after the first inning.
Augustana answered in the third inning with four runs on four hits while taking advantage of two UMC errors.
UMC answered in the bottom of the third inning when Mushitz doubled, Kinsella singled and Frazier singled to score a run. Thompson followed with another big hit, this time a double for a 9-4 lead.
Augustana used a two run home run in the top of the fourth inning to cut the UMC lead to three runs (9-6).
The Vikings offense kept going in the fifth inning with an rbi double and they followed with another two run home run to tie the game at 9-9.
In the sixth inning, Augustana scored two more runs, this time on an error to take their first lead of the game at 11-9. The scoring spree wasn't over as the Vikings added a run in the seventh inning with an rbi single and added some more insurance runs with a run in the eighth inning and another run in the ninth inning and held on for a 14-9 victory to earn the split.
UMC is 16-7 in the NSIC and 23-15 overall and will travel to Minot on Wednesday, May 4. Augustana improves to 29-12 overall and 20-4 in the NSIC.
Ethan Mushitz puts the ball in play in the first game of the double header
TUESDAY - APRIL 26, 2016
EAST GRAND FORKS
REMAINS UNBEATEN IN A 15-3 VICTORY OVER PIRATE SOFTBALL
The East Grand Forks Green Wave Softball team came
into the game with a perfect 5-0 record and left with that unblemished record
after they outscored the Crookston Pirates 15-3 in a Section 8AA game played at
the Donnie Lauf/Crookston American Legion softball diamond in Crookston.
East Grand Forks started the scoring right away. After the leadoff batter popped out to the catcher, Kayla Nelson was hit by a pitch and Grace Beck walked. Nelson stole third base and scored on a sacrifice bunt by McKenzie Whalen and Beck scored on a throwing error and East Grand Forks led 2-0. "It wasn't the start we wanted," said Pirate Coach Lariviere.
The Green Wave added four more runs in the second inning when Chloe Vonasek walked, Lauren Wolfe was hit by a pitch, Mallory Aitchinson walked to load the bases and Katie Steer and Megan Boman had back to back rbi walks for a 4-0 lead. Nelson reached on a fielder’s choice and Grace Beck hit a two rbi double to give the Green Wave a 6-0 lead after two innings. "We don't want to give them the easy runs like that and to get six runs on one hit is hard to come back from," said Coach Lariviere.
Crookston finally got their first hit of the game in the top of the third inning when Jaeden Lizakowski and Brooke Cymbaluk hit back to back triples to score a run to get within a 6-1 deficit. "I told the girls before I went out to third base I wanted to see them there," said Coach Lariviere. "Jaeden got the triple and said I am here. I wasn't expecting a triple, but will take it and it was some good hitting."
East Grand Forks responded with five runs on three hits while taking advantage of a Crookston error and a walk and a hit batter for an 11-1 lead. Crookston had bases loaded with nobody out in the bottom of the fourth inning when Macy Strem and Desiree Ramirez singled and Emma Boll walked. The next batter popped out to the catcher and the next two Pirates struck out and the Green Wave got out of a big jam.
East Grand Forks added some insurance runs with four runs in the fifth inning for a 15-1 lead.
Crookston tried to mount a comeback when Lizakowski started the bottom of the fifth inning with a single and Cymbaluk doubled. Amanda Trandem followed with a ground out to third base to score a run and Macy Strem reached on an error to score another run, but the next two batters struck out and East Grand Forks held on to win 15-3.
Crookston drops to 2-7 on the year and will host Norman County on Friday. East Grand Forks improves to 6-0.
J.V. – EGF won 17-0
Jaeden Lizakowski (left) and Brooke Cymbaluk get back to back triples on the swings above
|East Grand Forks||2||4||0||5||4||15||6||2|
|Megan Boman - EGF||5.0||6||3||2||2||7|
|Kaitlyn Thingelstad - Crox||1.0||0||6||5||5||1|
|Macy Strem - Crookston||3.2||6||9||7||2||2|
|Jasmin Hanson - Crookston||.1||0||0||0||1||0|
Brooke Cymbaluk - 2-3, double, triple, run, rbi
Jaeden Lizakowski - 2-3, 2 runs
For East Grand Forks
Grace Beck - 3-3, 6
rbi's, 3 runs, walk
Kayla Nelson - 1-2, 2 runs
LATEST TO FALL TO A POWERFUL
Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (DGF) scored eight times in the bottom of the fifth inning to defeat the Crookston Pirates 13-1 in a game called because of the 10 run rule in a baseball game between two Section 8AA teams on a cold afternoon in Dilworth.
The games was fairly close most of the way with the Rebels getting out to a 5-0 lead after three innings as DGF smacked the ball pretty well and once on base were moving around pretty good with nine stolen bases in the game. "They had a lot of double steals with a number of first and third situations," said Crookston head coach Mitch Bakken, "but they liked to move it around too." Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton had 12 hits in the game even though Pirate pitcher Cody Wardner pitched well through four innings. "Cody threw just fine," said Bakken, "we threw the ball around a little bit and made Cody throw more pitches than he had to, but he had a good fast ball and curve, so that was good." Coming into the game, the Rebels were 5-0 and hadn't given up a run outscoring opponents 48-0 in those five games. Crookston was able to score their first run and the first run given up by D-G-F in the top of the fifth inning when Wardner singled in Dante Norris to make it a 5-1 lead for the Rebels. "Dante singled and then went to second on a hit batter and then a error got him to third and Cody had a nice hit to bring him in." Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton broke it open with the eight runs in the fifth as they hit the ball and the Pirates had some fielding problems as well and with two outs and Blake Kragness the Rebels outstanding player hit a three run homer to end the game at 13-1. "When we were lined up for the national anthem you looked across and they were all 5-9 to 6'3 and weighed from 160 to 220 pounds and throw in they are terrific athletes, I'm not sure we were ready for a top ranked team," said Bakken, "I think it came down to them wanting it more than we did. We are young and they had all seniors and a sophomore on their squad. Their pitcher was very good with a good fastball, threw a good slider and then later had a change up going, so we seen it all, but I thought we started to adjust at the plate as the game went on." Crookston is now 4-5 on the season and after seven straight games on the road will get back home for a seven game home stretch starting with Bagley on Friday afternoon. "It will be nice to get back home," said Bakken. "We have picture day tomorrow so I hope Thursday is nice so we can have a good practice and get ready for Bagley." Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton who are ranked 8th in the State Class AA polls improves to 6-0 on the season.
|Cody Wardner - Crookston||4.2||11||11||7||3||4|
|Tim Parr - Crookston||0.0||1||2||2||1||0|
|Gunnar Payne - D-G-F||5.0||5||1||1||1||7|
Cody Wardner 3-3, rbi
Luke Froeber 1-1
Dante Norris 1-3, run
Blake Kragness 3-4, double, home run, 3 runs, 3 rbi
Cole Tahran 2-3, 2 rbi
CROOKSTON BOY'S FINISH FIRST, PIRATE GIRL'S TRACK FINISHES SECOND IN THE CROOKSTON PIRATE INVITATIONAL
Was it the alleged snake on the loose? Was it the first home track meet of the
year? Was it three days off before the meet? Whatever it was the Crookston
Pirate Boys Track team set 20 personal records (PR’s) and won the Crookston
Pirate Invitational meet with 133 points, 25 points better than runner-up Norman
County. “I can’t remember a meet where we have ever had 20 PR’s in a meet. I
can only remember a meet where we had 10 PR’s in a meet,” said Pirate Boys Track
Coach Wayne Folkers. “Not all the guys placed, but they ran their best and that
is all you can ask for.”
On the girls side, Hillsboro/Central Valley (N.D.) won the meet with 138 points, 29 points better than runner-up Crookston.
The Pirate Boys team had 20 personal records in the meet and the highlight was the 4x800 relay team of Jaden Lubarski, Lukas Meier, Colton Weiland, and Anthony Borges finishing first with a sub nine minute time. “That was a big surprise to turn in a time under nine minutes,” said Coach Folkers. “That was a great race and a personal best this year and now we are headed to our goal of a time around 8:40.” Lubarski won the 800 meter race and the 4x200 relay team of Patrick Deng, Elias Walski, Cade Salentine, and Mason Wang finished first.
The Pirate Boys also had Elias Walski finish second in the 200 and long jump while Lukas Meier finished second with an impressive pole vault of 10 feet and six inches.
“Being at home is nice and it is the track we practice on and actually we gave the kids Saturday, Sunday, and pretty much Monday off and just did a little stretching and I think that was part of it too,” said Coach Folkers. “It was all really a surprise today. It was a great meet and everybody competed hard and did well. Anytime you finish first is good and to win your own meet is great!”
Jaden Lubarski wins the 800 meters Elias Walski in the 200 meters
The Pirate Girls had two first place finishes with Marietta Geist in the 1600 meters and she was also a member of the first place 4x800 relay team with her sister Katherine, Luisa Bernia and Emma Borowicz. Aleece Durbin had three second place finishes in the 100 meters, 300 hurdles and she was a member of the 4x400 relay team with Luisa Bernia, Marietta Geist, and Esperanza Rodriguez to lead the Pirates. “It was a good meet and being at home and running in front of the fans and having the junior high kids cheering on our girls was big,” said Pirate Girls Coach Amy Boll. “Overall I was happy with how the team did. Marietta Geist had another great meet on the track and was such a help with doing things at the meet like helping with the hurdle crew and everything else. The girls keep working hard and we had some more personal bests today.”
Katherine Geist and Thea Oman in the 3200 meters
|Girls Teams||Points||Boys Teams||Points|
|1. Hillsboro/Central Valley||138||1. Crookston||133|
|2. Crookston||109||2. Norman County||108|
|3. East Grand Forks||108||3. East Grand Forks||105|
|4. West Marshall||100.50||Hillsboro/Central Valley||105|
|5. Norman County||78||5. West Marshall||72|
|6. Park Christian||47||6. Fertile-Beltrami||63|
|7. Fertile-Beltrami||37.5||7. Climax-Fisher-SH||37|
|8. Clearbrook-Gonvick||30||8. Mahnomen-Waubun||20|
|9. Mahnomen-Waubun||21||9. Park Christian||18|
FOR THE COMPLETE INDIVIDUAL MEET RESULTS CLICK HERE
|Pirates (Top 3 placers)||Event||Result||Place|
|Marietta Geist, Katherine Geist,
Luisa Bernia, Emma Borowicz
|Jaden Lubarski||800 meters||2:13.50||1st|
|Patrick Deng, Elias Walski,
Cade Salentine, Mason Wang
|Jaden Lubarski, Lukas Meier,
Colton Weiland, Anthony Borges
|Marietta Geist||1600 meters||5:35.35||1st|
|Elias Walski||200 meters||23.78||2nd|
|Elias Walski||Long Jump||19-04.25||2nd|
|Aleece Durbin||100 meters||13.10||2nd|
|Aleece Durbin||300 hurdles||50.28||2nd|
|Lukas Meier||Pole Vault||10-06||2nd|
|Aleece Durbin, Luisa Bernia,
Marietta Geist, Esperanza Rodriguez
|Mason Wang||100 meters||11.57||3rd|
|Mason Wang||200 meters||23.82||3rd|
|Elias Walski||400 meters||53.89||3rd|
|Patrick Deng||300 hurdles||42.76||3rd|
|Katherine Geist||3200 meters||12:33.68||3rd|
Damian Narvaez, Tai Baig, and Karsten Isaacson stick together in the 3200 meters
UMC BASEBALL LOSES IN THE BOTTOM OF THE NINTH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
The University of North Dakota Fighting Hawk Baseball team hadn’t won a game
since they found out the program was getting cut on Tuesday, April 12, exactly
two weeks ago, and were 0-7 in that span. UND got a much needed win in come
from behind fashion in a 10-9 victory over the University of Minnesota Crookston
Golden Eagles in a game played in Grand Forks.
In the first inning, UND struck first with a run for a 1-0 lead and added three more runs in the second inning for a 4-0 lead. UMC answered in the top of the third when Riley Thompson (Soph. Owatonna) tripled and came into score on a Jason Angelo (Soph. Manteca, Cal) sacrifice fly.
Thompson started things in the fifth inning with a single and stole second base before Ethan Mushitz (Soph. East Grand Forks) walked and Angelo was hit by a pitch to load the bases. After a pitching change, Ryan Haggstrom (Sr. Apple Valley) hit a sacrifice fly to score a run and Kenny Perez (Sr. Orlando, FL) singled to score two more runs. Colton Haight (Sr. Rogers) knocked in one more run with an rbi double and UMC led 5-4.
The Golden Eagles added four more runs in the sixth inning when Thomas Kinsella (Sr. North Branch) singled and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt, Thompson had another big hit with a single to score a run. Mushitz singled and after an out Haggstrom singled to score another run. The next at bat seemed to be a good omen for the Golden Eagles as Perez struck out, but the ball was thrown away by the catcher and Perez reached and two more runs scored to give UMC a 9-4 lead and things were looking good.
UND responded with a five run seventh inning to tie the game at 9-9. UND took advantage of a couple hit batters and had some singles and big doubles in the inning to tie the game.
In the ninth inning, UMC had runners on first and second and couldn’t get a big hit to give UND a chance to win in the bottom of the inning. UND’s leadoff hitter in the inning singled, the next batter grounded out to advance the runner to second so UMC intentionally walked the next batter and UND got a single to win the game 10-9 in walk off fashion for a big win for the UND program at a time they needed some positivity.
UMC drops to 22-14 on the year and will host Augustana in a Northern Sun Conference double header on Wednesday. KROX will carry the first game of the double header at 1:30 p.m. UND improves to 7-24 on the year.
For the Box Score
MONDAY - APRIL 25, 2016
UMC FOOTBALL WRAPS UP SPRING PRACTICE WITH THEIR SPRING GAME
The University of Minnesota Crookston football team concluded Spring Ball on Sat., April 23 with a scrimmage as the Maroon team (offense) took on the Gold team (defense). The defense came out on top 23-19 in the last second as Jake Newman (Jr., DB, White Bear Lake) came up with an interception to earn the win.
The Golden Eagles had 59 student-athletes in spring camp. Defensively, the Gold team was led by interceptions from Newman, Aeric Berner (So., DB, Aniwa, Wis.) and Kenneth McChristion (Sr., DB, Bloomington). In addition, UMC had strong third down defense as they stopped the Maroon squad on 9-of-11 attempts.
Offensively, the Maroon team had a 60-yard run from Harold Halcomb, III (Sr., RB, Oakland, Calif.). Taylor Spier (R-Fr., QB, Buffalo) hit Stan Harvey (R-Sr., TE, Long Prairie) for a long touchdown.
The MVP’s of the Spring game were Triston Richert (R-So., WR, Oakdale) on offense and Isaiah Armstrong (Sr., DL, Fairfield, Calif.). Richert had a strong overall performance, while Armstrong had five tackles and three tackles for loss on the game.
“On both sides of the football we saw some good development,” said Head Coach Mike Fritze. “We felt really good with how far we came offensively. The quarterbacks developed and the offensive line definitely developed and got better. I was very impressed with what our defense was able to do, especially in the Spring game. They stopped the offense pretty consistently, aside from a couple of big plays. In addition, our tackling got a lot better this Spring.”
Stan Harvey hauls in a TD pass with Trevor Long, Jr. hanging on
Nathan Cole hands off to Harold Halcomb as a UMC offensive lineman (far left) gets a good old fashion hold
SUNDAY - APRIL 24, 2016
UMC MEN'S BASKETBALL ADDS SOME SIZE WITH SIGNING OF NEBRASKA TRANSFER
The University of Minnesota Crookston men’s
basketball program announced the signing of Josh Lanasa (F-C, 6-6 230, Eden
Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie H.S.) to a National Letter of Intent. Lanasa adds to
a strong core of young players for the Golden Eagles that will help further
establish a new culture. He was set to join the
University of Nebraska program as a walk-on last year and was with them during
the Summer before suffering an injury. Originally from
Soo Hill, Mich., but moved to Eden Prairie in middle school. Lanasa spent the
last year attending the University of St. Thomas after attending the University
of Nebraska during the summer session, where he was set to walk-on before
suffering an injury. He did not compete in collegiate athletics as a freshman
and will have four years to compete for the Golden Eagles. When he hurt himself
at Nebraska, he was told he would never be able to play again, but he had
surgery and is slated to be cleared in May.
Lanasa helped Eden Prairie H.S. to a 22-7 mark during the 2014-15 season, averaging 13 points, 10 rebounds and three assists per game as a senior. He helped his team to a sectional finals appearance. Lanasa was a First-team All-Lake Conference pick. Played under David Flom. Lanasa played two years of varsity basketball at Eden Prairie H.S., as well as two years of football. On the gridiron, he helped the school to back-to-back stat Class 6A football titles in 2013 and 2014. Lanasa played tight end for a team that went 25-0 in his two years on varsity. Competed in the AAU circuit for the Minnesota Magic. In the classroom, was an AP Scholar with Honors and earned the President’s Award.
Lanasa is the son of Matt Lanasa of Eden Prairie and Dawn Hanson of Esconaba, Michigan. Lanasa plans to major in Agricultural Business at UMC. “Josh is a physical big that has a high motor,” said Head Coach Dan Weisse. “He is a guy that will compete every day in practice and will challenge his teammates to be better. He is a guy that will compete every day in practice and bring toughness to our program. He has had a rough go with injuries but he should be cleared to play in May. Josh is exactly the type of person we are looking to help grow this program on the floor and off. He is a likeable guy and will be a great fit with our current players and current commits. I am looking forward to coaching him over the next four years and seeing him continue to improve and grow as a player.”
UMC SOFTBALL SIGNS A PLAYER WITH CROOKSTON TIES AND A PLAYER FROM PRIOR LAKE
The University of Minnesota Crookston softball program announced the addition of Gina Myerchin (C, 5-5, Blairstown, N.J./Belvidere H.S.) and Caroline “Rocky” Bjorge (1B/3B, 5-7, Prior Lake, Minn./Prior Lake H.S.) to his signing class.
returns to her father David’s hometown of Crookston to play softball.
Myerchin has been a three-year varsity member at Belvidere H.S. During her career, she has 26 runs scored and 43 RBI’s with a .418 batting average. She is hitting .500 on the season with 10 RBI’s. Myerchin was a 2015 All-Skylands Conference Second Team pick, as well as an All-Area Honorable Mention selection. In 2014, she was an All-Skylands Conference First Team pick and All-Area Honorable Mention selection. In addition, Myerchin was named Third Team All-West Jersey in 2014. She was also named to the 2014 Dover All-Tournament Team.
She is the daughter of David and Tracey Myerchin. She plans to major in natural resources at UMC. Her father David is a native of Crookston. She has family that still lives in Crookston. Her brother Henry Myerchin is a freshman baseball player at Ramapo College.
“Gina is a good high school hitter that will add some depth behind the plate as a catcher,” said Head Coach Don Stopa. “She does a lot of things well as she is a solid receiver behind the dish and she has showed some power at the plate, which looks to be her strength. Her connection to the city of Crookston is unique, so it will be a great opportunity for her and her family.”
Bjorge hit .425 during the 2015 season. She has been a two-year starter for
Prior Lake H.S. Bjorge has also played catcher in the past, in addition to the
She comes from a family of athletes as she has three siblings that competed in collegiate athletics in the NSIC. Her sister Kathryn Bjorge played soccer at Bemidji State, while another sister Gabrielle Bjorge played soccer at MSU Moorhead. Her brother Cole Bjorge played basketball at MSU Moorhead. She has seven-year old twin sisters who were adopted from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Her parents are Kevin and Erin Bjorge and she plans to major in criminal justice at UMC. “Rocky is a great hitter that plays both corners,” Stopa said. “She is the type of hitter that can hit for average and has some pop. She is also a great athlete and competitor that plays in a great high school program and she plays highly competitive summer ball, which will hekp her make the transition to college ball.”
SATURDAY - APRIL 23, 2016
CROOKSTON SCORES FIVE RUNS LATE TO DEFEAT RED LAKE COUNTY 10-4 STOPPING A THREE GAME LOSING STREAK
Crookston scored five runs in the last two innings to break it open with a 10-4 win over Red Lake County in a game played in Red Lake Falls capping a five game in six days stretch all on the road for Crookston.
Crookston started the game scoring twice in the first inning taking advantage of some wildness by Red Lake County starter Chase Schmitz who walked one and hit two batters in the first four batters faced. With bases loaded Ethan Stroot's sacrifice fly brought in Dante Norris and Blake Kawlewski singled in another for a 2-0 lead. "It was nice to jump out a little bit as we've been scoring late in games lately," said Crookston head coach Mitch Bakken, "it's always nice to play with a lead and they have to score three to take a lead." Red Lake County came right back to load the bases on a single, walk and infield single by Bailey Schmitz. Chase Schmitz was hit by a pitch to bring in one run and Adrien Verbout singled in another run and the game was tied 2-2 after one inning of play.
Neither team scored in the second inning although Red Lake County threatened with bases loaded but Crookston pitcher Jackson Siebel worked out of the jam with a ground out.
In the third inning Crookston did all their damage with two outs. Tanner Reinhart started with a sharp single and with one out, Stroot and Kawlewski singled, Kawlewski's was the infield variety and bases were loaded with two outs. This brought Froeber to the plate who had grounded out in the first inning, but this time the 6'5 designated hitter lined a double that scored all three runners and gave Crookston a 5-2 lead after two and a half innings of play. "Luke's been a little frustrated as one day in practice he hits everything and other days he can't hit anything. We wanted him to relax and now he's been our go to pinch hitter and designated hitter and that was his first hit and what a great time for it, "said Bakken.
Red Lake County cut the Crookston lead to one when the Rebels scored twice in the fifth inning which started with Bailey Schmitz getting on by an error and was followed by Josh Casavan's triple and then Chase Schmitz singled in Casavan to make it 5-4. Crookston reliever, Ryan Swenson then got three outs in a row including the last two by strikeouts.
Crookston broke it open with five runs in the last two innings. Three of the runs were in the sixth inning when the Pirates loaded the bases with nobody out but the Rebels reliever Drake Engelstad got two ground outs and forces at home for two outs but then he walked the Pirates Reinhart for a run which was followed by Cody Wardner's double to plate two more and the Pirates led 8-4. "When you put a good approach together at the plate usually the baseball Gods shine on you and that's what happen there as we got in good hitting counts and it came at another great time."
The Pirates added two more in the seventh to put it away, one came on a Donte Norris ground out and then a Chris Wavra sacrifice fly to make it a 10-4 lead and the Pirates reliever Ryan Swenson took care of the rest with six strikeouts in the last two innings, the junior right hander was in total control giving up only two runs, one earned, one walk and seven strikeouts to pick up the win 8-4. "I just tried to keep the ball in play and our defense got the outs," said Swenson, "Red Lake County is a solid team and this is a big win for us. My arm felt better today and I thought I got stronger as the game went along." Swenson said his arm was a little sore in his last appearance but he got the call from coach Bakken, "Ryan really pitched a great game. We had Jackson pitch well for two innings and with this busy week of five games we said who now? Ryan answered the call and really stepped it up and was outstanding at a time that we needed that kind of pitching performance going five innings."
Crookston stopped a three game losing streak and improve to 4-4 on the season, "It's been a busy week and I know the kids love to play games but I also think they just want to get home and rest now. I'm very happy with the way everybody played. We had some little things that we'll address in practice but this was a big win for us," said Crookston head coach Bakken. The Pirates will continue on the road on Tuesday when they travel to Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton for a Section 8AA game.
Red Lake County falls to 4-3 on the season and will host Badger-Greenbush-Middle River on Tuesday.
Jackson Seibel with a pitch Luke Froeber with his 3 rbi double
|Red Lake County||2||0||0||0||2||0||0||4||10||2|
Red Lake County's Josh Casavan catches the ball for an out
|Jackson Seibel - Crookston||2.0||4||2||2||2||0|
|Ryan Swenson Crookston||5.0||5||2||1||1||7|
|Chase Schmitz - RLC||4.0||6||5||5||1||1|
|Drake Engelstad - RLC||3.0||5||5||4||1||0|
Drew Dragseth 2-4, 2 runs
Luke Froeber 2-4, double, 3 rbi
Blake Kawlewski 2-4, rbi
Alex LaFrance 2-4
Cody Wardner 1-3, double, 2 rbi
For Red Lake County
Taylor Kenfield 2-4, 2 stolen bases
Josh Casavan 2-4, triple, rbi
Chase Schmitz 2-2, rbi
Drake Engelstad 1-2, double
CROOKSTON BOY'S GOLF GOES AFTER DETROIT LAKES ON THE FINAL DAY OF THE JORDAN INVITATIONAL
The Crookston Pirate Boys Golf team shot the best score along with Clear Lake,
Iowa with a 319 for a two day total of a 636 to finish second place, six strokes
behind fellow Section 8AA foe Detroit Lakes at the Jordan Invitational
held at the Ridges of Sand Creek Golf Course near Jordan. Crookston's
Isaac Westlake shot a 77 today and combined with a 74 yesterday he finished
third individually, two strokes behind the medalist, Thomas Storbeck of Clear
The course was playing a little tougher today and was about two to three strokes tougher today and Detroit Lakes came back to the pack after shooting a 321 in their second round. "We are about a week and a half behind Detroit Lakes and farther behind some of the other teams like Iowa who has been playing outside since day so for us to have all six guys to play about 14 holes of pretty good golf and to have a few holes where we struggled isn't bad," said Pirate Boys Coach Steve Kofoed. "I am sure Isaac would love to have the 18th hole back after hitting into the water and ended up with a seven. If he would have had a birdie he would have won the tournament, but you have to lose to learn sometimes."
The Pirates had the low score in their group they were golfing with in all but one group. "That was great and we golfed really well today," said Coach Kofoed. "Hopefully we can carry this over and get some practice in and get ready for a busy month of May. We had a great trip and the group at the Legacy golfed well and the guys in Jordan did well and shows we are going to have a good battle come section time."
Crookston will be off until next weekend when they travel to Fergus Falls for a two day tournament.
|1. Detroit Lakes||309||321||630||Isaac Westlake||74||77||151|
|2. CROOKSTON||317||319||636||Ben Trostad||80||80||163|
|3. Clear Lake, Iowa||322||319||641||Charles Eickhof||83||80||163|
|4. Lake City||326||323||649||Brock Heppner||81||85||166|
|5. Jordan||335||324||659||Parker Nicholls||85||83||167|
|6. Byron||346||325||671||Ethan Magsam||82||87||169|
|8. St. Peter||356||340||696||TOP INDIVIDUALS|
|9. Marshall||355||356||711||1. Thomas Storbeck-CL||71||78||149|
|10. Hibbing||373||365||738||2. J. Pieper - Jordan||78||72||150|
|11. Cannon Falls||384||373||757||3. Isaac Westlake - Crox||74||77||151|
CROOKSTON GIRL'S GOLF TEAM FINISHES FIFTH AT THE JORDAN INVITATIONAL
The Crookston Pirate Girls Golf team turned in a solid round on Friday, but
slipped 12 strokes on Saturday and finished fifth place out of 11 teams at the Jordan Invitational played at the Ridges at Sand
Course, sight of the Minnesota State Class AA Boys and Girls Golf Tournament.
Lake City won the tournament shooting a 632, 23 strokes better than runner-up
Detroit Lakes. The medalist was Kate Smith of Detroit Lakes with a 149,
three strokes better than the runner-up. Crookston's Ally Tiedemann
finished 10th place individually with an 81 and 86 for a two day total of 167.
Maddie Nichols had the biggest improvement from day one to day two after
shooting a 95, she bounced back with an impressive 83 for a two day total of 178
and Joslyn Leach, a seventh grader, shot a 100 and 103 to finish with a 203.
Crookston will be at Park Rapids on Monday.
The Crookston Pirate Girls Golf team were all smiles at lunch before their second round at Jordan
|1. Lake City||315||317||632||Ally Tiedemann||81||86||167|
|2. Detroit Lakes||332||323||655||Maddie Nicholls||95||83||178|
|3. Pequot Lakes||364||352||716||Joslyn Leach||100||103||203|
|4. Stewartville||372||371||743||Elise Tangquist||95||109||204|
|5. CROOKSTON||367||378||745||Danielle Boyle||96||110||206|
|6. Marshall||374||373||747||Emily Ricord||107||106||213|
|7. St. Peter||381||375||756|
|8. Jordan||398||387||785||TOP INDIVIDUALS|
|Albert Lea||388||397||785||1. Kate Smith - DL||74||75||149|
|10. Byron||403||423||826||2. Lexi Geolat - LC||76||76||152|
|10. Dassel-Cokato||464||463||927||3. Ava Wallerich - LC||75||78||153|
|Alex Stone - PL||71||82||153|
UMC BASEBALL COMPLETES THE WEEKEND SWEEP OF MARY TO STAY IN FOURTH PLACE
The University of Minnesota Crookston Baseball team beat the University of Mary in two close games on Friday and completed the sweep by winning two close games on Saturday 4-2 and 5-2 in games played in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Game One - Box
The University of Mary started the bottom of the first inning by taking advantage of two UMC errors and a walk to load the bases. A walk scored one run and a hit batter scored a second run for a 2-0 Mary lead.
UMC answered in the top of the second inning when Kenny Perez (Sr. Orlando, FL) singled, Colton Haight (Sr. Rogers) was hit by a pitch and Reed Hjelle (Fresh. East Grand Forks) singled to load the bases. Thomas Kinsella (Sr. North Branch) followed by grounding into a double play, but a run scored to cut Mary’s lead 2-1.
UMC added some more runs in the top of the fifth inning when Riley Thompson (Soph. Owatonna) and Jason Angelo (Soph. Manteca, Cal) doubled to score a run, Ryan Haggstrom (Sr. Apple Valley) walked and Perez singled to score the go ahead run to give the Golden Eagles a 3-2 lead.
The Golden Eagles added an insurance run in the top of the seventh inning with a bases loaded fielder’s choice for a 4-2 lead. Mary wasn’t able to score in the bottom of the seventh and UMC won the game 4-2. Jarad Nelson (Sr. Karlstad) started slow in the first inning, but dominated the Mary batters the rest of the way to pick up the complete game, only allowing three hits while striking out three and both runs that scored were unearned.
Game two – Box Score
UMC scored the first runs of the game in the second inning when Thompson doubled and Angelo singled to score the first run of the game. Haggstrom followed with a double to score another run for a 2-0 lead.
In the third inning, UMC’s Perez walked and Haight hit a two run home run to give the Golden Eagles a 4-0 lead.
Mary scored a run in the fourth inning and added another run in the eighth inning to get within a 4-2 deficit.
UMC answered with a run on an Angelo home run for a 5-2 lead and the Golden Eagles shut down Mary in the bottom of the ninth inning for the 5-2 victory to complete the four game weekend sweep.
Nolan Wahlberg improves to 8-1 on the year pitching a complete game, giving up eight hits while allowing two runs and striking out eight batters.
UMC improves to 15-6 (fourth place overall) in the NSIC and 22-13 overall. Mary drops to 4-19 in the NSIC and 6-30 overall.
UMC SOFTBALL ENDS SEASON WITH A WIN AT NORTHERN STATE
The University of Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagle Softball team ended the year
with a 2-0 victory over the Northern State Wolves after a 5-1 loss earlier in
the day in a double header played in Aberdeen, South Dakota. UMC earned a win
in four of the final five series for a strong finish to the season.
Game One – Box Score
Northern State scored five runs in the bottom of the first inning by stringing a single, double, single, walk, a double, walk, a single and a ground out to score the runs.
Neither team scored until the top of the seventh inning when Allison Foley (Sr. Lockport, Ill) doubled and Alexis Khoshaba (Sr. Richmond, British Columbia) singled to score a run, but that is all UMC would score and the comeback fell short in a 5-1 loss.
Game Two – Box Score
UMC was trying to end the season on a good note and scored the first and only runs of the game in the top of the fourth inning when two seniors Brooke Timmins (Sr. Magnolia, FL) and Kristi Larson (Sr. New Ulm) singled to start the inning. The two would score on an error for a 2-0 lead.
The Golden Eagle pitcher, Bailey Braatz (Jr. Buffalo) was fantastic in the circle, going all seven innings, allowing four hits, walking four and striking out one and not allowing a run and the Golden Eagles won 2-0.
UMC ends the season with a record of 5-25 on the year and 11-39 overall. Northern State ends the season at 14-16 in the NSIC and 24-30 overall.
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