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Amateur baseball: Cubs drop two on Saturday and Sunday

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington Cubs dropped a pair of amateur baseball games this weekend to Fairmont and Pipestone. Fairmont defeated Worthington 11-1 in eight innings in Fairmont on Saturday, while Pipestone defeated the Cubs 11-4 at Worthingto...

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington Cubs dropped a pair of amateur baseball games this weekend to Fairmont and Pipestone. Fairmont defeated Worthington 11-1 in eight innings in Fairmont on Saturday, while Pipestone defeated the Cubs 11-4 at Worthington Middle School on Sunday.
Tucker Sorenson drove in Marcus Maras for the Cubs’ only run and had two of the team’s four hits against Fairmont.
Fairmont pitcher Tyler Tennyson threw all eight innings with 10 strikeouts and no walks.
Worthington scored three runs in the fifth inning and added another in the sixth in the loss to Pipestone. Pipestone pitcher Mike Freese threw four straight walks, Adam Munkel hit a sacrifice fly to score a run and Josh Wasmund hit an RBI single.
Danny Moffitt and Doug Mead each had three hits for Pipestone, and Luke Tinklenberg hit two triples with two RBIs.
Sorenson had three hits and 2 RBIs for the Cubs.
Worthington’s record stands at 1-7.
Worthington 000 000 01x -- 1 4 3
Fairmont 310 010 33x -- 11 12 2
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Pipestone 401 003 210 -- 1 13 0
Worthington 000 031 000 -- 4 6 1

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