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Prep roundup from April 4, 2019

Baseball Windom 11, MCC 1 SLAYTON -- Windom's bats were hot in its road victory against Murray County Central. Eric Pfeffer went 3-for-3 for the Eagles while scoring three runs, Andrew Quiring went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and two runs, and Kobe Lo...

BaseballWindom 11, MCC 1 SLAYTON -- Windom’s bats were hot in its road victory against Murray County Central. Eric Pfeffer went 3-for-3 for the Eagles while scoring three runs, Andrew Quiring went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and two runs, and Kobe Lovell went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, and one run.

Kade Sammons earned the win for the Eagles pitching one and two-thirds innings in relief of stater Connor Redman. Sammons allowed zero hits,  zero runs, two walks, and struck out one.

Nate Everson scored the lone run for the Rebels. Everson went 1-for-3, as Matt Woldt went 1-for-2 with the lone RBI. Spencer Wajer went 1-for-2 and was the only other MCC player to get a hit. Woldt took the loss pitching, going two innings and allowing eight hits, 6 runs all of which were earned, and struck out three.

The game only went 5 innings as Windom had a 10 run lead.

Windom  332 03 -- 11 14 0MCC 100 00 -- 1 3 2  

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SoftballMLA/C 17, Madelia 1 MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Taylor Nass went 3-for-4 batting with four RBIs, and four runs for Mountain Lake/Comfrey as it bombarded Madelia for 17 runs in four innings. Molly Carnell earned the win as she pitched 4-innings, struck out eight, and allowed one hit for the Wolverines. Rylie Tollefson went 3-for-4 with five RBIs, and one run, and Lexi Toll went 2-for-3 with one run, and one RBI for MLA/C.

Corban Tatro was the losing pitcher with three innings pitched, giving up 11 hits, and 17 runs, six of which were earned. Tatro also walked six, and struokout one. MLA/C improves to 1-0, while Madelia falls to 0-2.

MLA/C 5(10)0 2 -- 17 11 2Madelia 001 0 -- 1 1 4

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