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SAT., 6-30 BASEBALL RESULTS

July 1, 2012
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

Sapa-Johnsrud: Lakers top Twins

 

 

Posted: Saturday, June 30, 2012 11:55 pm

WHITEFISH— The Kalispell Lakers AA pulled away late, scoring runs in each of the last four innings to beat the Glacier Twins 9-7 on Saturday night at the Sapa-Johnsrud Memorial Tournament.

Glacier led the game early, scoring five runs in the third inning to open up the scoring. The Twins got three straight hits to start the inning, including a double from Jeremy Nielsen and a single from Carl Talsma that scored runs. Isaac Venezio and Garrett Houston knocked in the other runs with back to back singles.

It didn’t take long for the Lakers to answer, scoring six runs in the top of the fourth to take the lead.

“It was good to see the kids show the perseverance to come back,” Lakers coach Ryan Malmin said.

Glacier was able to tie the game at 7-7 in the fifth, but two late runs by the Lakers sealed the game.

Kalispell pitcher Justin Wallace held the Twins to just two runs in 4 1/3 innings of relief. Dillon Eaves had a huge day at the plate for the Lakers, going 4 for 4 with three singles, a double and two RBIs.

“We got down four or five runs and the kids were confident that they can come back and put runs on the board,” Malmin said. “Justin came in and pitched well. For a 16-year-old he is very calm, has great composure.”

Conner Donahue allowed just three earned runs in the loss, striking out two batters over six innings.

“Donahue pitched a pretty good game,” Glacier coach Scott Murray said. “He did a good job on the bump for us. The errors we made were costly.”

The Lakers will play in a consolation final this morning against the Spokane Cannons. Kalispell beat the Cannons 6-3 in the first game of the tournament. The game starts at 11 a.m.

The Chino (Calif.) Reds and the Club Spokane Dodgers will face off in the championship game at 2 p.m.

Kalispell 000 611 1 — 9 9 0

Glacier 005 020 0 — 7 10 2

Adam Frandsen, Justin Wallace (3) and Cody Dopps and Frandsen. Conner Donahue, Wehrli (7) and Jeremy Nielsen. W — Wallace. L — Donahue.

KALISPELL — Kendrick Lee 0-3, Dillon Matteson 0-2, Sean O’Connell 1-3, Dillon Eaves 4-4, Frandsen 1-4, Dopps 0-4, Charlie Obermiller 2-3, Nate Bengston 0-2, Jake Johnson 1-2, Wallace 0-1.

2B — Eaves. RBI — Frandsen (2), Eaves (2), Lee, O’Connell.

GLACIER — Nielsen 2-3, Carl Talsma 2-3, Cory Davis 1-4, Peter Seymour 1-3, Bryce Wehrli 1-2, Garrett Houston 1-3, Shane Marcial 0-0, Isaac Venezio 1-2, Nathan Carr 0-1, Jake Slaybaugh 0-2, Donahue 1-3, Nick LaGrandeur 0-1.

2B — Nielsen, Wehrli, Seymour. RBI — Nielsen, Talsma, Houston, Venezio.

Loggers 9, Mariners B 8

POLSON — The Libby Loggers held off a late rally from Mission Valley B to win at the Mission Valley Firecracker Tournament.

The Loggers were led at the plate by Jared Winslow, who hit a two-run single that opened up a five-run fourth inning.

Libby 211 500 0 — 9 8 4

Mission Valley B 033 000 2 — 8 6 3

Nic Robertson, Luke Haggerty (3) and Oliver Gruphenhoff. Chris Drabes, Thomas Wallace (7) and Alex Killian. W — L. Haggerty. L — Drabes.

LIBBY — L. Haggerty 2-4, Will Reichel 1-3, Jared Winslow 1-4, Micah Germany 1-3, Gruphenhoff 2-4, Andrew Haggerty 0-2, Robertson 0-2, Issac Jones 0-1, Josh Foote 1-2, Cameron Burkes 0-1, Colin Johnson 0-4.

3B — Foote, Gruphenhoff. RBI — Winslow (2), Germany, Gruphenhoff, Foote.

MISSION VALLEY — Ryan Pablo 1-3, Brenden Adams 0-3, Killian 0-4, David Cleveland 0-2, Quin Harlin 0-2, Bradley Cannon 0-2, Wallace 0-1, Drabes 3-4, Nycolos Gillingham 2-4, Jarod Young 0-2.

2B — Drabes, Pablo. HR — Drabes. RBI — Drabes (3), Pablo (2), Harlin, Gillingham.

 

Legion baseball roundup: Mavs fall to 1-1 at Rapid City tourney

 

RAPID CITY, SD – Eden Prairie, Minn., defeated the Missoula Mavericks 4-3 Saturday in the second day of the Firecracker American Legion baseball tournament.

Luke Lind picked up the win for Eden Prairie, giving up one earned run and striking out three batters in six innings of work.

Logan Borg went 2 for 4 at the plate and drove in two runs. Danny Hallorhan was 1 for 2 with an RBI.

Riley King was tagged with the loss for the Mavs after relieving Anthony Contonio. Contonio pitched six innings and gave up three runs.

Tanner Rheinschmidt went 2 for 3 for the Mavs and drove in one run. Shane Olson was 1 for 4 with an RBI.

The Mavs continue tournament play Sunday against Las Vegas at 11 a.m. and Coon Rapids, Minn., at 1 p.m.

Missoula 001 100 1 – 3 8 2

Eden Prairie 000 020 2 – 4 7 3

Anthony Contonio, Riley King (7) and Slade Heggen. Luke Lind, Ryan Zimmerman (7) and Danny Hallorhan. W – Zimmerman. L – King.

Missoula – Tanner Rheinschmidt 2-3, Alec Bouchee 0-4, King 2-3, Shane Olson 1-4, Matt McHugh 1-4, Heggen 1-4, Nathan Jewett 0-2, Jesson Preston 1-2, Tanner Maier 0-3

Eden Prairie – Logan Borg 2-4, Hallorhan 1-2, Jordan Smith 0-3, Cody Wetmore 0-3, Brett Guba 1-2, Derek Soderberg 0-3, Kent Curran 1-3, Miles Nablo 1-2, Drew Miller 1-1, Dan Loats 0-0

2B – Rheinschmidt, Preston, Curran. RBIs – Rheinschmidt, Olson, McHugh, Borg 2, Hallorhan.

Missoula Pioneers 2, Kootenai Valley 1

At Polson, the Missoula Pioneers Senior Babe Ruth team moved into the championship game of Mission Valley’s Firecracker American Legion baseball tournament with a 2-1 win over Kootenai Valley.

Dalton Gensch went the distance on the mound, allowing just two hits and two walks while striking out a dozen.

Adler Sherrow was 1 for 3, TJ Porter was 1 for 4, and Gensch was 1 for 3 with an RBI.

Lane Colyer drove home the game-winning run in the sixth inning.

The Pioneers, 4-0 in the tournament, will face an opponent to be determined in Sunday’s championship at 6 p.m.

Chino, Calif. 15, Glacier 0

At Whitefish, the Chino (Calif.) Reds defeated the Glacier Twins in the Sapa-Johnsrud baseball tournament.

The game was called after the fifth inning due to the 10-run margin rule.

Nathan Virgen went 2 for 4 for the Reds and drove in three runs. Anthony Virgen went 3 for 4 at the plate with a double and an RBI.

Dillon Grap picked up the win on the mound for the Reds.

Conner Donahue finished 1 for 2 with a double for the Twins.

Chino 261 06x x – 15 12 0

Glacier 000 00x x – 0 3 5

Dillon Grap, Cody Ponce (5) and Joey Harris. Garrett Houston, Isaac Venezio (4), Shane Marcial (5) and Jeremy Nielsen. W – Grap. L – Houston

Chino – Michael Johnson 0-2, Rodnee Little 2-4, Anthony Virgen 3-4, Christian Kelley 1-3, Greg Espinosa 2-3, Scotty James 1-4, Harris 0-2, Nathan Virgen 2-4, Jonny Reynoso 0-1, Taylor Valentine 1-2, Grap 0-0

Glacier – Nielsen 1-1, Carl Talsma 0-2, Venezio 0-2, Peter Seymour 1-2, Corey Davis 0-1, Bryce Wehrli 0-2, Marcial 0-2, Conner Donahue 1-2, Robert Simmons 0-0, Garrett Houston 0-1

2B – A. Virgen, Seymour, Donahue. RBIs – N. Virgen 3, Espinosa 3, Little 2, A. Virgen, Kelley, James, Valentine.


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