Cardinals splitPeter Henson went all seven innings as Carrington nipped Harvey-Wells County in the first of two Saturday in Harvey.
By: Sun Staff, The Jamestown Sun
Peter Henson went all seven innings as Carrington nipped Harvey-Wells County in the first of two Saturday in Harvey.
Henson worked around 12 hits to get the victory in Game 1 for the Cardinals, 5-4, in Region 3 action.
Taylor Skytland and Marcus Hewitt were each 2-for-4 for the Cardinals, who went ahead with 3 runs in the top of the fifth.
Austin Schmidt had a pair of doubles for the Hornets. Evan Nitz and Landon Littlefield also had 2 hits for the Hornets.
Mark Nyhus and Carson Koble combined on a 4-hit shutout in Game 2.
Nyhus had 6 strikeouts over three innings and went 2-for-2 at the plate, including a triple. Shaun Kourajian had a triple and a double for the Hornets.
Carrington 5, Harvey-Wells County 4
Carrington 010 031 — 5 9 2
Harvey-WC 000 220 0 — 4 6 0
Peter Henson and Tyson Rosenau. Todd Selzler, Landon Littlefield (6) and Mark Nyhus. W—Henson. L—Selzler. 2B—HWC, Austin Schmidt 2.
Harvey-Wells County 4, Carrington 0
Carrington 000 00 — 0 5 1
Harvey-WC 202 0x — 4 6 0
Zach Shafer and Patrick Freeman. Nyhus, Carson Koble (4) and Brady Bachmeier. W—Nyhus. L—Shafer. 2B—HWC, Shaun Kourajian, Nyhus. 3B—HWC, Kourajian.
Kidder County 5-10, Hettinger 4-0
Kidder County won a tight one and a blowout to sweep Hettinger 5-4 and 10-0.
Ben Steinolfson clubbed a 2-run home run in the first inning of Game 1 to help the Pirates with a 5-4 win. Steinolfson went 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs in the win.
Tanner Kessel notched 7 strikeouts over 6 innings on the mound for the Pirates to get the win. Ryan Sand finished up for the save.
Kessel and Sand were each 2-for-3 at the plate as well. Both scored two runs, while Kessel added a pair of RBIs.
Chad Mosbrucker scored twice for Hettinger.
Game 2 was all Pirates as they scored 10 runs in innings 2-4 for a 10-0 win.
Nick Thomas was 2-for-2 with a pair of runs scored. Travis Boots added 2 hits and had 3 RBIs, while Matt Gross had a hit and scored three of the team’s 10 runs.
Dylan Bitz and Elijah Hilzendeger combined on a 3-hit, 5-inning shutout.
Kidder County 5, Hettinger 4
Hettinger 101 000 3 — 4 4 1
Kidder County 300 030 x — 5 10 3
Mosbrucker, Schweitzer (4) and Laufer. Tanner Kessel, Ryan Sand (7) and Matt Gross, Ben Steinolfson (7) W—Kessel. L—Mosbrucker. Save—Sand. 2B—Hettinger, Laufer. KC, Kessel, Sand, Hilzendeger. HR—KC, Steinolfson.
Kidder County 10, Hettinger 0
Hettinger 000 0x — 10 9 0
Kidder County 052 3x — 10 9 0
Wilmont, Pearson (3) and Pierce. Bitz, Hilzendeger (4) and Steinolfson. W—Bitz. L—Wilmont. 2B—Hettinger, Wilmont. KC, Gross.
S-NR splits pair
Sheyenne-New Rockford blanked Turtle Mountain and dropped a close game to Larimore on Saturday before rain halted play at a triangular in New Rockford.
Cobey Allmaras fired the second no-hitter in an as many games for the Black Sox in Game 1.
Allmaras did not allow a hit in five shutout innings, striking out 10 Turtle Mountain batters in the win. He also had 2 hits in 4 trips. Jacob Lommen also had 2 hits.
In the second game, Braydon Hofer had 8 strikeouts on the mound and a pair of knocks as the Polar Bears won a rain-shortened 5-inning contest over the Black Sox, 5-4.
Derek Grogan had a 3-hit game for Larimore.
Chance LaBrie had two of the Black Sox four hits as they dropped to 3-2. They travel to Binford to face Midkota today.
Sheyenne-New Rockford 14, Turtle Mountain 0
Turtle Mountain 000 00 — 0 0 9
S-NR 362 3x — 14 9 1
Nathan Morin and Andrew Ferris. Cobey Allmaras and Chance LaBrie. W—Allmaras. L—Morin.
Larimore 5, Sheyenne-New Rockford 4
Larimore 110 30 — 5 10 1
S-NR 200 11 — 4 4 5
Braydon Hofer and Jeremy Wigandt. Mason Haley, Lucas Risovi (4) and LaBrie. W—Hofer. L—Haley.