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Prep baseball: Runs and hits are scarce as Pipestone edges Windom

Daily Globe PIPESTONE -- The pitchers were so dominant for both Windom Area and Pipestone Area that through six innings, neither team had a hit. But in the end, PA came away with a 1-0 victory in a Big South Conference baseball game Friday night....

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PIPESTONE - The pitchers were so dominant for both Windom Area and Pipestone Area that through six innings, neither team had a hit.
But in the end, PA came away with a 1-0 victory in a Big South Conference baseball game Friday night.
The Eagles recorded their first hit in the top of the seventh, and the Arrows scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the inning on a walk-off sacrifice fly.
Caleb Tinklenberg singled with one out in the seventh for the Arrows. He would later score on Mitchel Carson’s sacrifice fly.
“It was a good, well-played high school baseball game, both teams played well,” WA head coach Brad Schlomann said. “It was fun to watch. Pipestone is well coached and they’ve been playing well and we’ve been playing well. It’s going to be a fun conference season.”
Windom Area’s Luke Gilbertson suffered the loss. He allowed one run on one hit while walking six and striking out six.
Zach Steen had the lone hit for the Eagles.
Mitchel Carson started for Pipestone Area and allowed no hits while walking four and striking out three in four innings. Justin Rops earned the victory, allowing one hit while walking two and striking out two.
R H E
Windom 000 000 0 - 0 1 3
PA 000 000 1 - 1 1 0
JCC 10, St. James 0
JACKSON - Avery Henderson had two hits and drove in three runs to lead Jackson County Central to a five-inning victory.
Easton Bahr added two hits, scored a run and drove in a run, while Ryan Christopher had a hit, RBI and a run scored. Chris Gumto had two hits, stole two bases, scored twice and drove in two. Keegan Klontz had a hit, scored a run and drove in a run, while Darrius Johnson had a hit, RBI and scored a run. Ryker VanderWoude added a hit, RBI and scored a run for JCC.
Johnson started on the hill and allowed two hits in three innings. Gumto threw two innings in relief. He allowed no runs on one hit and struck out two.
R H E
St. J 000 00 - 0 3 2
JCC 341 02 - 10 11 0
Minneota 2, T-M-B 1
TRACY - The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panthers fought hard but in the end fell just short to Minneota. In the bottom of the seventh inning with a runner on third the Panthers failed to get the run in.
Rylan Fogelson took the loss for the Panthers. He pitched all seven innings stirking out six and walking four.
At the plate, freshman Griffin Radke went 1-2 with one RBI. Fogelson (2-3) and Jake Byrne (1-3) also hit the ball well for the Panthers.
R H E
Min 000 100 1 - 2 3 1
T-M-B 000 000 1 - 1 4 3

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