CARROLL – Carroll Kuemper took the lead with a four-run bottom of the sixth, then held on for the 7-6 Hawkeye Ten Conference victory over St. Albert at Merchants Park.
Luke Hicks and Aaron Schreck delivered two-run hits for the Knights in their go-ahead inning.
Lance Wright had a two-run triple for the Falcons, while Ryan Genereux and Jeff Miller each had a pair of hits.
St. Albert (14-10, 8-6) 020 030 1–6 7 1
Carroll Kuemper (13-11, 9-8) 021 004 x–7 10 3
W: William Schenkelberg. L: Jeff Miller. 2B: SA, Miller; CK, Truman Haukap, Aaron Schreck. 3B: SA, Isaac Sherrill, Lance Wright; CK, Austin Tigges.
Denison-Schleswig 8, Lewis Central 7
Denison-Schleswig held off L.C. for the Hawkeye Ten Conference baseball win.
The Monarchs scored two sixth-inning runs to overtake L.C., then added one in the seventh to make it 8-6.
In the bottom half, Nolan Miller led off with a single for L.C. and scored on Alex Watson’s one-out double before the Monarchs got out of the inning with the win.
Denison-Schleswig 310 012 1–8 15 2
Lewis Central 240 000 1–7 12 0
Tri-Center 5, Audubon 0
Tri-Center scored all five of its runs before getting its first hit in the Western Iowa Conference tournament game.
T-C scored four runs without a hit in the fifth inning. Audubon’s Jackson Jensen held the Trojans hitless until Jackson Roane’s sixth-inning triple.
Winning pitcher Kaleb Smith struck out nine, allowed three hits and walked one in six innings of work.
Audubon 000 000 0–0 3 2
Tri-Center 001 040 x–5 1 1
W: Kaleb Smith. L: Jackson Jensen. T-C: 3B, Jackson Roane.
Logan-Magnolia 9, Missouri Valley 8
UNDERWOOD – Fourth-seeded Logan-Magnolia scored in the bottom of the seventh to walk off with a 9-8 victory over fifth-seeded Missouri Valley Monday in the quarterfinals of the Western Iowa Conference tournament.
Tre Melby was 2-for-3 with three RBIs for the winners, while Trevor Wills and winning pitcher Joe Hedger each added two RBIs. Cole Lange drove in two runs for the Big Reds.
Missouri Valley (10-14) 060 002 0 – 8 9 3
Logan-Magnolia (12-10) 500 030 1 – 9 12 0
W: Joe Hedger. L: Ethan Lengfelder. 2B: LM, Tre Melby. 3B: LM, Joel Richardson.
Underwood 4, AHSTW 0
UNDERWOOD -- Landon Nelson and Nick Ravlin combined on a three-hitter as second-seeded Underwood defeated seventh-seeded AHSTW 4-0 in the Western Iowa Conference tournament quarterfinals on Monday.
Nelson and Blake Hall each had two hits for the Eagles. Blake Holst had two hits for the Vikings.
Underwood will meet third-seeded Tri-Center on Wednesday in a 5:30 p.m. semifinal in Oakland.
Carroll Kuemper 12, St. Albert 0, 4 inn.
CARROLL – A four-run second inning and a six-run fourth for Kuemper made short work of the Saintes.
For St. Albert, Peyton Carman went 2 for 2.
St. Albert (4-20) 000 0 –0 4 4
Carroll Kuemper 240 6–12 9 1
W: Carlee Carpenter. L: Mallory Daley. 2B: CK, N/A.
Glenwood 4, Shenandoah 2
GLENWOOD – Brianna Gerhardt struck out nine batters, and Glenwood gave her all the support she’d need with a three-run third inning.
Shenandoah scored first on Alexis McGinnis’ first-inning RBI single, but Taryn Bertini’s RBI single tied it for Glenwood in the second.
After Shenandoah scored again, Glenwood answered with three third-inning runs. The Rams loaded the bases, then scored one run each on two passed balls and a groundout.
“It wasn’t necessarily our best outing, but we did what we had to do to win,” Glenwood coach Kylee Stanton said.
Shenandoah 101 000 0–2 5 1
Glenwood 013 000 x–4 5 4
W: Brianna Gerhardt. L: Delaney Voshell. 2B: G, Brielle Smith.
Underwood 12, Thomas Jefferson 1
Ashley Vanfossan hit a two-run double to spark a six-run first inning and send the Eagles on their way to the nonconference rout.
Underwood’s Ella Pierce held T.J. to one hit.
Underwood coach Lea Crouse said her team was aggressive on offense from the start.
“Sometimes. we wait two or three innings, but tonight we definitely didn’t,” Crouse said.
Thomas Jefferson 100 00–1 1 4
Underwood 611 13–12 12 0
W: Ella Pierce. L: Alyssa Denman. 2B: U, Macy Vanfossan, Ashley Vanfossan, Grace Pierce.
West Harrison 9, Woodbine 6
MONDAMIN – West Harrison used a six-run, six-hit fifth inning to overtake Woodbine for the win, the 20th of the season for the Hawkeyes.
Back-to-back doubles by Katie Gore and Haley Koch highlighted the comeback inning for the Class 1-A No. 11 Hawkeyes, who trailed 5-2 entering the inning.
Winning pitcher Emily McIntosh had 10 strikeouts for West Harrison.
Woodbine (7-11) 300 020 1–6 7 4
West Harrison (20-2) 002 060 1–8 10 2
W: Emily McIntosh. L: Sierra Lantz. 2B: WH, Katie Gore, Haley Koch, Chloe Gilgen. W, Amanda Heitman