SIDNEY – Brock Hetzel’s two-run double gave Fremont-Mills the lead and Seth Malcom added a two-run triple to cap a six-run seventh inning and give the Knights a 7-5 win over Stanton on Friday night in the Corner Conference baseball tournament championship game.

Stanton had just scored twice on a pair of bases loaded walks in the bottom of the sixth to extend its lead to 4-1.

The Vikings were forced to take starting pitcher Donnie Weis out of the game due to the pitch limit with a runner on third base and two outs in the seventh inning in a 4-2 game. After two Carter Johnson walks loaded the bases, a throw to the plate was just late on a comeback groundball by Jake Jenkerson. Hetzel’s go-ahead hit followed.

Isaac Bateman led Fremont-Mills with three hits. Colton Hauschild pitched 3 2/3 innings of relief to earn the win.

Weis led Stanton with two hits, including an RBI single in the seventh for the final margin.

Fremont-Mills 001 000 6 – 7

Stanton 000 202 1 - 5

–Valley News Today

Lewis Central 10,

Glenwood 3

Lewis Central’s baseball team widened its Hawkeye Ten Conference lead to three games with a 10-3 win over Glenwood on Friday night.

L.C. improved to 18-6 overall, 15-1 in the league. Second-place Harlan is 12-4.

Glenwood struck first in the first inning when Colton Schutte tripled over the center fielder’s head, then came in on a passed ball.

But L.C. came back with four in the third. A sacrifice fly, a fielder’s choice, Bryson Sharon’s single and Cael Malskeit’s double drove in the runs. ,

Glenwood closed to 4-2 in the fifth on Eli Bales’ RBI single, but the Rams left the bases loaded.

L.C. responded with three two-out runs in the bottom of the inning on Jonathan Hemmingsen’s two-run double and an RBI single by Alex Watson.

Jordan Wardlow’s two-run home run made it 9-2, and Jake Powell made it 10-2 when he scored on a wild pitch.

Logan Strong hit an RBI single with two out in the seventh for the Rams.

Glenwood 100 010 1–3

Lewis Central 004 033 x–10

W: Bryson Sharon. L: Eli Bales. 2B: LC, Cael Malskeit, Jonathan Hemmingsen. 3B: G, Colton Schutte. HR: LC, Wardlow.


Sidney tops F-M

for Corner crown

SIDNEY - The Sidney Cowgirls used an eight-run fifth inning to beat Fremont-Mills 11-6, capturing their third straight Corner Conference Tournament championship.

The Cowgirls couldn’t get anything going offensively against Knights pitcher Kendall Reed until the fifth. Jolie Sheldon’s three-RBI double was the highlight in the inning.

Sidney pitcher Camryn McClintock gave up three runs in the first inning, then kept the Knight bats in check until the final inning when they scored three more. Olivia Larsen came in to record the final out in the circle.

Sheldon’s three hits led Sidney. Taylor Morgan and Tori Kilpatrick led the Knights with two hits each.

Sidney 000 083 0–11

Fremont-Mills 300 000 3 –6

–Valley News Today

Denison-Schleswig 13-17,

St. Albert 1-1

Denison-Schleswig’s Sarah Heilesen struck out her 750th career batter, pitched a no-hitter and slugged a home run in the sweep.

St. Albert played the doubleheader without top pitcher Jessica McMartin, who has a cracked bone in her femur.

“We’re down our pitcher, so we’re struggling, but we’ve still got to be able to hit the ball,” Saintes coach Lyndsay Daley said.

St. Albert 000 100–1 0 3

Denison-Schleswig 025 033– 13 4 1

W: Sarah Heilesen. L: Mallory Daley. 2B: D, Kailey Pick.

St. Albert 000 10–1 4 6

Denison-Schleswig 214 19–17 10 3

W: Cambri Brodersen. L: Mallory Daley. 2B: D-S, Hannah Slater. HR: D-S, Heilesen, Slater

Glenwood 6,

Lewis Central 3

Sydney Biermann hit a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to win it for Glenwood.

Glenwood coach Kylee Stanton said her team did a good job of hanging tough. She said both teams played well.

“Honestly, I was proud of the fact that the girls stayed together, stayed cool and trusted in each other that they’d come away with the win.”

Biermann and Brianna Gerhardt combined for nine strikeouts. Gerhardt entered with two outs in the fourth.

Glenwood 021 000 3–6 4 3

Lewis Central 100 200 0–3 7 2

W: Brianna Gerhardt. L: Megan Gittins. HR: G, Biermann.

West Harrison 6,

Coon Rapids-Bayard 0

Class 1-A No. 11 West Harrison scored four sixth-inning runs, and Emily McIntosh fired a four-hit shutout for the Hawkeyes.

Lydia Gilgen doubled and scored two runs for West Harrison.

Coon Rapids-Bayard 000 000 0–0 4 1

West Harrison 001 014 0–6 8 4

W: Emily McIntosh. L: Cora McAlister. 2B: WH, Lydia Gilgen,

Late Thursday

St. Albert baseball 2,

Clarinda 0

CLARINDA – Senior Ethan Bernard fired a complete-game, one-hit shutout as the Falcons edged Clarinda 2-0 in Hawkeye Ten Conference play.

Bernard struck out five and walked two. Ryan Genereux and Isaac Sherrill picked up the RBIs for St. Albert.

St. Albert (15-10, 9-6) 100 010 0 – 2 3 0

Clarinda (10-12, 7-11) 000 000 0 – 0 1 1

W: Ethan Bernard. L: Jakob Childs.

Harlan 14-17,

Red Oak baseball 3-9

RED OAK – Class 3-A No. 4 Harlan put up 31 runs in two games to sweep the Hawkeye Ten doubleheader.

In the first game, Harlan scored five runs in the third inning and six in the sixth. Derec Weyer went 4 for 5 with a home run and six RBIs for the Cyclones.

Harlan 205 160–14 9 1

Red Oak 000 03x –3 4 4

W: Riley Kohles. L: Mitch Johnson. 2B: H, Brett Sears; RO, Dawson Bond.

Harlan 424 034 0–17 15 1

Red Oak 330 300 0– 9 8 2

W: Tyler Schaben. L: Wyatt Sederberg. 2B: H, Luke Schaben; RO, Carter Bruce. HR: H, Derec Weyer.

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