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July 9 Amateur Baseball Roundup - Canova hands Dell Rapids Mudcats first loss of the season
Jul 9, 2024
 

 

By 605 Sports Staff

Canova Gang 6, Dell Rapids Mudcats 5

DELL RAPIDS — Kendall Gassman slammed the door on Dell Rapids’ undefeated season, as Canova defeated the Mudcats Tuesday night.

Gassman tossed three innings of relief, giving up just one run on three hits and two walks, while Derek Miller took the victory on the mound allowing four runs on nine hits and four walks, striking out four in six innings pitched.

Kendall Gassman drove in a run on two hits, Jack Nieses, Jackson Remmers, and Tim Gassman each drove in a run on one hit, while Cole Gassman, Jared Miller, Derek Miller, and Calab Carmicheal each tallied hits in the win.

For Dell Rapids, Dalton Allen took the loss in seven innings pitched, allowing five runs on eight hits and four walks, striking out three batters.

Ty Hoglund was efficient at the plate for the Mudcats, batting 4-for-6 with a double, homer, and two RBIs. Spencer Fruedenthal drove in a run on a hit and a walk, Carter Gullickson cracked three hits in five at-bats, Mark Abrahamson tallied two hits, while Austin Henry batted 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI.


Madison Dairy Queen Broncos 1, Colman Argali 0

MADISON — Trey Smith’s RBI-single earned Madison a walk-off Cornbelt League victory over Colman Tuesday night.

Dawson Bakker and Peyton Wolf each tallied two hits in the win, Smith drove in a run on one hit, while Greg Biagi tallied a hit as well.

Aspen Dahl earned the victory on the mound for the Broncos, issuing just two hits and a walk over a complete game shutout, striking out 13 batters.

For Colman, Corey Roach took the loss in 8.1 innings, allowing six hits, three walks, and one run, striking out eight batters.

Chris Burke tallied the only two hits of the game for Colman.


Mitchell Aces 8, Parkston Mudcats 6

MITCHELL — Mitchell pounded 11 hits as it defeated the Parkston Mudcats in non-league amateur baseball action Tuesday night.

Colin Stange led the offense with two hits, a double, and two RBIs, Conor Mattke drove in two runs on one hit, Parker Mandel and Lincoln Bates each tallied two hits and an RBI, including two doubles by Bates, Peyton Mandel and Hudson Borgan each drove in a run on one hit, while Carter Miller and Mason Herman each tallied hits in the win.

Peyton Mandel earned the victory on the mound for Mitchell, allowing three runs on one hit and six walks, striking out six.

For Parkston, Jeff Harris took the loss in eight innings on the mound, issuing eight runs on 11 hits and a walk, striking out two.

Will Jodozi drove in a run on two hits and a walk, Dillon Stadlman drove in two runs on one hit, while Jeff Harris, Ryan McGinnis, and James Boehmer each tallied hits, including a triple by Harris, in the loss.


Dimock/Emery Raptors 12, Alexandria Angels 7

ALEXANDRIA — Jason Schmidt’s five-RBI day helped Dimock/Emery defeat Alexandria in Sunshine League action Tuesday.

Schmidt batted 3-for-4 with two doubles and two walks to go along with five RBIs, Sam Pischke and Colton Plagmann each tallied two hits and an RBI, Chase Arend and Phil Johnson both drove in a run on one hit, while Drew Kitchens, Peyton Nash, and Sawyer Schultz each tallied hits in the win.

Schmidt earned the victory on the mound for the Raptors, allowing four runs on four hits and a walk. Phil Johnson tossed 6.1 innings of relief for D/E as well, allowing three runs on seven hits and two walks, striking out four.

For Alexandria, Jacob Giles took the loss in five innings pitched, allowing 10 runs on 10 hits and five walks, striking out four batters.

Reid Smith and Pierce Smith each tallied two RBIs and a hit in the win, Tyson Gau drove in a run on two hits, including a homer and a walk, Jordan Gau drove in a run on two hits, while Jerrod Zens tallied two hits, a home run, and an RBI in the loss as well.


Hartford/Humboldt Gamecocks 6, Flandreau Cardinals 2

HUMBOLDT — Hartford/Humboldt produced 12 hits in a Cornbelt League victory over Flandreau Tuesday night.

Joe Hanisch and Ryan Healy led the Gamecock offense with one hit and two RBIs apiece, including a double by Hanisch and a homer by Healy. Jonah Rechtenbaugh drove in a run on one hit, Broc Haldeman and Chad Morrison each tallied two hits, while Cam Quigley, Blake Svoboda, Loren Jacobsen, Carter Halverson, and Briggs Havlik each tallied hits in the win.

Svoboda earned the victory on the mound for the Gamecocks, tossing 11 strikeouts in five innings, issuing one run on three hits and five walks.

For Flandreau, Zak Wallner took the loss in seven innings pitched, allowing six runs on 10 hits and a walk.

Bret Severtson and Josh Edlund each tallied an RBI on one hit and a combined three walks, while Austin Koenig tallied two hits in the loss as well.


Lesterville Broncs 17, Menno Mad Frogs 6 (8 innings)

MENNO — Lesterville smacked three homers in a South Central League victory over Menno Tuesday.

Michael Drotzmann drove in three runs on two hits, including a homer, Tanner Van Driel drove in two runs on a home run, while Tyler Edler drove in two runs on two hits, a homer, and a walk as well.

Ethan Wishon batted 4-for-5 with three doubles and three RBIs, Derek Quame batted 2-for-5 with a walk and an RBI, Jordan Gall drove in a run on two hits, Dawson Bietz drove in a run on three walks, while Garret Damico tallied two hits in the win for Lesterville.

Wishon and Karson Bierle combined for the victory on the mound, allowing 10 hits, six walks, and six runs, striking out eight batters.

For Menno, Doug Hall took the loss in 5.2 innings, allowing 11 runs on 12 hits and six walks, striking out four.

Dylan Lehr hit a solo homer in the game, Spencer Schultz tallied three hits and an RBI, Macon Oplinger and Conner Merriam each tallied two hits, a walk, and an RBI, while Brayden Sattler tallied two hits in the loss as well.