POLSON – The Class A Missoula Mavericks claimed both halves of an American Legion baseball doubleheader with the Mission Valley Mariners B team Friday.
After the Mavs posted a 13-9 victory in the opener, Missoula took a 7-0 decision in three innings after a Mariners injury in the top of the fourth left them with only eight healthy players.
The Mavericks (23-31) rallied from a 7-6 deficit in the first game by scoring seven times in the fifth.
Ryan Anderson had a triple and two RBIs for Missoula and Anthony Hilliard was 3 for 4 with a double and one driven in.
Anderson posted the win on the mound in four innings of work. He allowed seven runs on three hits and three walks. Anderson struck out five.
Quinn Harlan was 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI for the Mariners.
The Mavs scored all their seven runs in the night cap in the top of the first on four hits.
Kiel Stephens led the Missoula bats by going 2 for 3 with a pair of RBIs.
Zanon Fulbright went the distance on the mound for the Mavs and allowed a hit and three walks while fanning a pair.
Missoula 13, Misison Valley 9
Missoula 105 070 0 – 13 14 2
Mis. Valley B 010 620 0 – 9 7 5
Ryan Anderson, Connor McKillop (5) and Ian Descamps. Aaron Rasmussen, Bradley Callven (4) and Alex Killian. W – Anderson. L – Rasmussen.
Missoula 7, Misison Valley 0
Missoula 700 – 7 4 0
Mis. Valley B 000 – 0 1 3
Zanon Fulbright and Jakob Bierig. Quinn Harlan, David Cleveland (2) and Killian. W – Fulbright. L – Harlan.
Libby ties, wins at tourney
At the Lewiston, Idaho, tournament, the Class A Libby Loggers forged a 5-5 tie with Hyrum, Utah, in a contest called in the eighth inning due to the tournament’s time limit.
Libby third baseman Nic Robertson was 2 for 4 with a two-run double and an RBI single and first baseman Oliver Grupenhoff added two hits and one driven in.
Jared Winslow got the start and went 4 2-3 innings for the Loggers. He allowed a pair of earned runs on six hits and four walks while fanning a pair.
The Trappers were led by catcher Kaden Lindley, who was 2 for 4 with two RBIs.
Libby took a 4-3 win from the Camas Prairie Zyphers in its second game of the day.
Luke Haggerty hit a walk-off sacrifice fly for the Loggers against the Zyphers. Micah Germany had two of the Loggers’ four hits.
Germany also went the distance on the hill to get the win.
Libby 5, Hyrum 5
Libby 000 202 01 – 5 9 3
Hyrum 101 010 11 – 5 8 1
Jared Winslow, Andrew Haggerty (5) and Micah Germany. Scott Henderson, Cole Stocker (8) and Kaden Lindley.
Libby 4, Camas Prairie 3
C. Prairie 100 011 0 – 3 4 2
Libby 201 000 1 – 4 4 3
Jasper Sebastino and Austin Blackman. Micah Germany and Oliver Grupenhoff. W – Germany. L – Sebastino.
Regina, Saskatchewan 9, Bitterroot Bucs 4
At Spokane, Regina scored the final six runs of the game to eliminate the Bucs from the Spokane tournament.
Dylan Reed was 2 for 2 with two runs scored for the Bucs, who finished with a record of 2-3 at the tournament. Brad Schaff added two RBIs.
The Bucs, 32-21 overall, host the Bitterroot Red Sox for a doubleheader on Monday at 4 p.m.
Regina 210 114 – 9 8 2
Bitterroot 130 000 – 4 4 2
Max Ritz, Brandon Radmaclier (2), Mathew Adelma (5) and Jordy McDrugall. Kadin Beller, Tommy Shepard (5) and Justin Medlin. W – Radmaclier. L – Beller (0-2).