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Thursday sports roundup: MCC wins 19-9 in baseball

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Thursday area high school sports roundup:

Baseball

MCC 19, A/E 9

ADRIAN -- Abe Paulzine, Nate Kleven and Payton Coulter were all 3-for-4 at the plate for Murray County Central in a 10-run win over Adrian/Ellsworth. Teammates Christian Tentinger and Carter Benda had two hits each as the Rebels collected 17 hits in all.

Coulter and Paulzine pitched for MCC, with Paulzine getting the win in a four-inning performance where he allowed five hits and one run.

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Evan Lenz and Quentin Wolf went 4-for-4 for A/E.

Lenz, one of three Dragon pitchers, took the loss.

RRC/W-WG 12, HL-O/F 1

LAMBERTON -- Ashton Juhnke, Jake Jackson and Ben Hansen had two hits apiece for Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

The second game was suspended in the bottom of the first inning.

Softball

E/SWC 1, MLA/C 0

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- Paris Van Dyke pitched a complete seven-inning game as Edgerton/Southwest Christian edged Mountain Lake Area/Comfrey by a single run.

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Van Dyke allowed only one hit. E/SWC had five.

Alyda VandeGriend had two hits for the Flying Dutchmen.

Golf

Red Rock Conference

FULDA -- In a Red Rock Conference meet, Adrian/Ellsworth placed first as a team in both girls and boys events.

A/E’s girls had 405 points, followed by Westbrook-Walnut Grove/Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda with 416, Murray County Central 428 and Red Rock Central with 451. For the boys, it was A/E 361, W-WG/HL-O/F 365, MLA/C and MCC 398, Southwest Christian 420 and RRC 439.

Brielle Vis of Southwest Christian shot a 90 for the girls, and Taya Elias of A/E shot a 91.

Sawyer Drent of W-WG/HL-O/F led with 82. Brock Henning of A/E shot an 84.

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