Prep baseball: Trojans erupt in Jackson

DAILY GLOBE JACKSON -- The Worthington Trojans trailed host Jackson County Central 3-1 before the sixth inning began on Thursday.What happened then is best described by WHS head coach Stacy Sauerbrei."We went hog wild," he said.The Trojans scored...


JACKSON - The Worthington Trojans trailed host Jackson County Central 3-1 before the sixth inning began on Thursday.
What happened then is best described by WHS head coach Stacy Sauerbrei.
“We went hog wild,” he said.
The Trojans scored eight runs in the top of the sixth. For good measure, they added six more in the top of the seventh and finished with a 15-4 win over the Huskies.
Shawn Hurley had three hits for the Trojans, who collected 16 in all. King Blanchette, Nate Russell and Brandon Veen all had two hits.
Hurley pitched three and two-thirds innings for WHS and Tucker Sorenson finished.
Keegan Klontz went 2-for-4 for Jackson County Central, which was held to five hits.
JCC used Dylan Svoboda, Zach Bargfrede and Keegan Moore on the mound.
Worthington 010 008 6 - 15 16 2
JCC 102 001 0 - 4 5 4
Windom Area 9, Redwood Valley 3
REDWOOD FALLS - Five players had two hits as Windom Area defeated Redwood Valley in a Big South Conference game.
Jeff Peffer had two hits and scored a run, while Noah Kloss had two hits, drive in a run and scored twice. Sam Huska had two hits and drove in two runs, while Devin Nielsen had two hits and scored a run. Luke Gilbertson had two hits and drove in two. Kobe Lovell had two RBIs, and Devin Homer drove in a run.
Gilbertson earned the victory, allowing two earned runs on seven hits while walking one and striking out five.
Darias Ward had two hits for the Cardinals.
Windom Area 102 140 1 - 9 13 1
Redwood Valley 101 001 0 - 3 7 4
Springfield 7, RRC/WWG 4
LAMBERTON - Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove put four first-inning runs on Springfield, but couldn’t get them to hold up.
Springfield scored three runs in the sixth and four in the seventh.
Trevor Pederson had two of the Falcons’ six hits.
Springfield didn’t have a hit through the first three innings. The Falcons didn’t have a hit in the final three.
Both teams used three pitchers. RRC/W-WG used Skyler Reddemann (who hurled the first five frames), Taylor Bunting and Cole Pankonin. Springfield used Hunter Mathiowitz, Branden Flock and Isaac Fink.
RRC/WWG falls to 6-10 on the season.
Springfield 000 003 4 - 7 7 0
RRC/WWG 400 000 0 - 4 6 3
HERON LAKE - Staking Heron Lake-Okabena to a 6-3 lead through through four innings, Martin Luther/Granada-Huntley/East Chain outscored the Wildcats 13-0 the rest of the way.
Garrett Balcom pitched five innings and was the winning pitcher. Zach Wolter went 4-for-6 with four RBIs.
David Volk started for HL-O. Logan Knutson also pitched and took the loss.
Eli Becker had two doubles and two RBIs for the Wildcats. Andrew Madson had a hit and an RBI.
MLGHEC 102 053 5 - 16 13 3
HL-O 302 100 0 - 6 6 5
Marshall 7, Luverne 5
LUVERNE - The Cardinals led 5-4 going into the final inning, but the Marshall Tigers went big in the seventh, scoring three runs to win.
Mason Penske earned the win at the mound for the Tigers pitching three innings with one strikeout, one walk, and one run. The loss was taken by Luverne’s Nick Overgaard.
Dylan Criquet-Danielson led Marshall at the plate, batting 2-for-3 with four RBIs, a double and a home run. Drew Hmielewski hit one out of four with a double.
Batting for Luverne, Cole Bosch, Tyler Reisdorfer, and Jake Olson each hit a double. Bosch went 2-for-3, Reisdorfer was 1-for-3, and Olson hit one out of two.
The Cardinals are 9-8 and will host the Adrian Dragons on Monday.
Marshall 102 100 3 - 7 5 1
Luverne 000 311 0 - 5 8 3

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