ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Tuesday sports roundup: Adrian/E, MCC win prep baseball contests

3277408+baseball.jpg

Tuesday high school baseball and softball roundup:
Baseball
Adrian/Ellsworth 16, E/SWC 6
SLAYTON — In a high school baseball game played in Adrian on Tuesday, host Murray County Central edged Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 6-5.
Evan Lenz went 3-for-4 with three RBIs for Adrian/Ellsworth, and teammate Scott Zebe was 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Breyer Hieronimus and Quentin Wolf had two hits each.

Softball field
Aaron Hagen/Daily Globe A puddle is shown around the home-plate area of Centenniel Fields in Worthington Tuesday afternoon.

Ky Ruppert and Andy Rahe pitched for the Dragons.
Skylar Feikema, who was the losing pitcher, homered for E/SWC.
MCC 6, RRC/W-WG 5
In Murray County Central's win against Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove, the Rebels' Carter Benda had two hits and two runs batted in. RRC/WWG's Ashton Juhnke drove in three runs.
Softball
Pipestone Area at Luverne
LUVERNE — Luverne defeated Pipestone Area in a doubleheader 6-3 and 12-7.
In the 6-3 win, Payton Behr, Carly Olson and Ella Reisdorfer had two hits each for Luverne. Gracie Nath went the distance as pitcher, walking four and striking out seven and allowing only three hits.
In the 12-7 win, Billi Connell homered for the Cardinals while teammates Behr, Reghan Bork and Jacey Smith all had two hits. Elizabeth Smidt had three.
Reisdorfer and Nath pitched.
Pipestone Area's Kyla Hubbling and Aubrea Kor had three hits for the Arrows.
MLA/C 22, HL-O/F 0
MOUNTAIN LAKE — Annika Brinkman and Alana Morey rapped out two hits apiece for Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey in its victory over Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda. Meesha Hoek drove in three runs.
Kennadie Simon was the winning pitcher.

What To Read Next
Tuesday night high school sports roundup:
WORTHINGTON – The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team cruised to a team score of 141.025 in a three-team meet on Tuesday night. Competing against WHS was Blue Earth Area with a score of 126.775 and Marshall with 120.25.
Trojans play well on offense and defense in win over Big South rivals