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TUES., 06-12 BASEBALL RESULTS

June 13, 2012
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

Eaves gives Lakers split with Mavericks

 

 

Posted: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 11:50 pm | Updated: 12:04 am, Wed Jun 13, 2012.

The Kalispell Lakers AA earned a split with first-place Missoula at Griffin Field on Tuesday, giving the Mavericks their first league loss of the season.

The Lakers had to wait to get the win. Down 2-0 in the third inning of the opener the teams had to come off the field for a rain delay and Kalispell wasn’t the same after the break. The Lakers lost their grip on routine throws because of the wet infield grass while giving up two runs on three errors in the top of the fourth inning. The fifth inning didn’t fair much better as Missoula scored six times to put the game out of reach, ending with a 11-2 win.

Kalispell regrouped before the nightcap and was able to grind out a 3-2 win behind great pitching from Dillon Eaves. Eaves threw a complete game, striking out seven batters and giving up just five hits.

The Lakers gave Eaves some support from the plate, scoring three runs in the bottom of the first. The Mavericks made it a game in the sixth inning with a triple from Riley King scoring the first of two runs, but Kalispell was able to escape for the win, with Eaves striking out the final better in the seventh.

“It was awesome,” Eaves said.

“The defense played great. I felt like I needed to come out and do my part.”

The win got the Lakers back to .500 in conference play, sitting at 3-3. Missoula is 5-1.

“It was important for us to at least get one,” Kalispell coach Ryan Malmin said.

“For the kids to come back and battle and compete in the second game was important ... There’s no more competitive team than the Missoula Mavericks and for us to come out and compete, that’s what it’s about.”

The Lakers head to the Summer Palouse Tournament in Pullman, Wash., this weekend from Friday to Sunday.

Their next home game is on Tuesday when they host the Glacier Twins.

Mavericks 11, Lakers 2

Missoula 200 261 0 — 11 (8) 0

Kalispell 000 011 0 — 2 7 5

Matt McHugh and Slade Heggen. Matt McLean, Louis Freudenburg (5), Hank McLeod (7) and Kendrick Lee. W — McHugh. L — McLean.

MISSOULA — Heggen 1-3, Reinschmidt 0-3, Riley King 1-3, Nathan Jewett 0-2, Shane Olson 1-3, Jesson Preston 1-3, Alec Bouchee 2-4, Anthony Contonio 1-3, Tanner Meier 1-3.

2B — Heggen 1, King 1, Olson 1, Contonio 1, Meier 1.

KALISPELL — Dillon Matteson 0-4, Charlie Obermiller 1-3, Cody Dopps 2-4, Dillon Eaves 0-4, Sean O’Connell 0-2, Adam Frandsen 1-3, Lee 1-2, Zach Personett 1-3, Nate Bengston 1-3.

2B — Lee 1.

Lakers 3, Mavericks 2

Missoula 000 002 0 — 2 5 0

Kalispell 300 000 x — 3 6 0

Reinschmidt, Bierle (4), Ketteler (5), Contonio (6) and Heggen. Eaves and Lee. W — Eaves. L — Reinschmidt.

MISSOULA — Heggen 1-3, Trace Cunningham 0-3, King 1-3, Jewett 1-2, Olson 0-3, Josh Meader 1-3, McHugh 0-3, Nick Evans 1-2, Meier 1-3.

3B — King 1. RBI — King 1, Jewett 1.

KALISPELL — Lee 0-2, Obermiller 1-2, Dopps 2-3, Eaves 0-2, O’Connell 2-3, Frandsen 1-3, Matteson 0-3, Personett 1-3, Bengston 0-2.

RBI — Eaves 1, O’Connell 1, Matteson 1.

 

Mission Valley takes 2 from Libby


Posted: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 11:59 pm

LIBBY — Solid pitching by Justin Evertz and Nick Crawford and the big bats of Jack Humphreys and Mike Bournstein carried the Mission Valley Mariners to a doubleheader sweep of the Libby Loggers (11-13 overall, 4-4 league) on Tuesday in Class A American Legion baseball.

Evertz fanned 10 and allowed five hits in a 9-3 victory, while Crawford limited the Loggers to three hits and struck out six in a 6-0 win.

 

“Both pitched really good ballgames for them,” Libby coach Kelly Morford said of Evertz and Crawford.

“We couldn’t get anything going offensively.”

Humphreys went 2-for-4 and drove in a run and Bournstein was 3-for-3 with three RBIs in the 9-3 triumph.

Humphreys was 2-for-4 in the other contest and Bournstein went 2-for-3 with two RBIs.

Libby had three errors in each game.

“We made too many mistakes defensively to compete with a good team like that,” Morford said.

Mission Valley heads to Dillon on Thursday for the Maybelle Arthur Tournament.

Libby plays at the Glacier Twins on Thursday.

Mission Valley 400 410 0 — 9 10 0

Libby 000 201 0 — 3 5 3

Justin Evertz and Jack Humphreys; Andrew Haggerty, Creede Garcia (5) and Micah Germany. W — Evertz. L — Haggerty.

MISSION VALLEY — Humphreys 2-4, Zeke Webster-Yaqui 1-4, Robbie Gauthier 0-1, Chris Clary 1-3, Evertz 2-3, Mike Bournstein 3-3, Jacob Young 1-3, Bradley Pitchler 0-4, Dalton Molhzon 0-3.

LIBBY — Luke Haggerty 1-2, Will Reichel 0-3, Jared Winslow 1-3, Germany 1-2, Oliver Gruphenhoff 1-3, A. Haggerty 1-3, Nick Robertson 0-2, Matt Willis 0-3, Garcia 0-3.

RBIs—Humphreys, Gauthier, Clary, Bournstein (3), Young (2); Winslow, Germany, Gruphenhoff.

Mission Valley 100 302 0 — 6 10 1

Libby 000 000 0 — 0 3 3

Nick Crawford and Humphreys; Winslow, L. Haggerty (7) and Gruphenhoff. W — Crawford. L — Winslow.

MISSION VALLEY — Humphreys 2-4, Webster-Yaqui 0-3, Gauthier 1-4, Clary 1-4, Evertz 1-3, Bournstein 2-3, Young 1-3, Pitchler 1-2, Molhzon 1-3.

LIBBY — L. Haggerty 0-4, Reichel 0-3, Winslow 1-3, Germany 0-1, Gruphenhoff 1-3, Isaac Jones 0-0, A. Haggerty 0-2, Robertson 0-1, Colin Johnson 0-1, Cameron Burkes 0-1, Willis 1-1, Garcia 0-3.

RBIs—Evertz, Bournstein (2), Pitchler


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