TRACK AND FIELD
TRACK AND FIELD
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SAT., 06-21 LEGION 'A' BBALL RESULTS
June 22, 2014Northwest Montana A Conference
BELGRADE 12 BURLEY 2
RAINIER 12 KOOTENAI VALLEY 2
DILLON 5 BUTTE 0
DILLON 4 BUTTE 3
DEER LODGE 8 HAVRE 7
LEWISTON 9 TRI-COUNTY 2
Livingston 9, GF Electrics 0
Electrics 000 000 — 0 3 3
Livingston 104 13x — 9 6 0
Jake Fisher, Peyton Mitchell (3), Dawson Reiman (3), Kylar Dolson (5) and Tucker Wilke; Sterling Lee and na. W: Lee. L: Fisher.
GF Electrics: Daniel Bonilla 0-2, Bryce Krattinger 0-2, Wyatt Bleskin 1-2, Joe Maney 0-1, Dawson Reiman 0-2, Drew Brennan 1-2, Tucker Wilke 0-2, Isaiah Roberts 0-2, Justy Martinko 0-2, Weston Stalsberg 1-2, Kylar Dolson 0-1.
Livingston: Sterling Lee 1-3, Kalvin Kunda 2-4, Buck Spallone 0-2, Mitch King 0-2, Triston Jenkins 2-3 (2 RBI), Brock Peterson 0-4, Sheldon Smith 0-1 (2 RBI), Caleb Beal 1-3 (RBI), Dalton Walker 1-3.
2B: Kunda, Jenkins
Bitterroot Bucs 7, Great Falls Electrics 3
Electrics 010 200 0 — 3 6 1
Bucs 601 000 x — 7 7 2
Joe Maney and Tucker Wilke; Chance Sage, Rees Lesoine (6) and Kadin Beller. W: Sage. L: Maney.
Electrics: Daniel Bonilla 0-2, Bryce Krattinger 0-2, Wyatt Bleskin 1-3, Dawson Reiman 1-2, Tucker Wilke 2-3, Isaiah Roberts 0-3, Shane Myers 1-2, Weston Stalsberg 0-3, Justyn Martinko 1-3.
Bucs: Dylan Reed 0-3, Logan Lueck 0-2, Bo Zieler 1-3, Kadin Beller 1-3, Noah Baney 1-2, Bradley Schaff 1-2, Drue McCowley 1-3, Nate Binder 0-2, Jade Chimo 2-2, Jake Finley 0-1, Dylan Gavlak 0-1, Kevin McGee 0-1, Dallas Whitfield 0-1.
2B: Schaff, McCowley, Chimo.
Glasgow 8, Weyburn, Sask. 1
Glasgow 200 014 1 — 8 12 0
Weyburn 100 000 0 — 1 5 0
WP: Ryan Padden.
Glasgow: Gate Legare 4 hits, Keil Krumwiede 3 hits, Dylan Guttenberg 2 hits.
Bitterroot Bucs 13, Lewistown 2
Bucs 152 023 — 13 13 3
Lewistown 001 010 — 2 5 3
WP: Brad Schaff. LP: na
Bitterroot: Noah Baney had 2 hits and four RBIs
Lewistown: Andrew Lalum had 2 hits
Class A Regular Season
Bitterroot Red Sox 11, Glacier Twins 4
Bitterroot 231 005 0 — 11 11 0
Glacier 010 021 0 — 4 9 2
WP- Norman. LP- Jonny Sapa.
BITTERROOT — Nixon 1-3, Ray 2-4, Horvath 3-4, Draper 2-4, Lane 1-4, Fisher 1-3, Hurley 0-4, McCoy 0-3, Lehr 1-2.
GLACIER — Colton Gove 1-4, Jayce Fagerland 2-4, Colten Parker 2-3, Vincent Smith 0-4, Tristin Steinwand 2-3, Kyler Howke 1-3, Jesse Walburn 0-3, AJ Wetsch 0-2, Tyler Murphy 1-3.
2B— Horvath, Draper 2, Lane, Fisher. Gove, Fagerland, Steinwand 2. RBI— Ray, Horvath, Draper 3, Lane 3. Fagerland 2, Howke, Wetsch.
Glacier Twins 10, Bitterroot Red Sox 8
Bitterroot 105 101 0 — 8 9 2
Glacier 611 000 2 — 10 15 0
WP- AJ Wetsch. LP- McCoy.
BITTERROOT— Nixon 2-3, Ray 0-3, Horvath 1-3, Draper 2-3, Fisher 0-3, Lane 1-4, Anderson 1-2, McCoy 1-1, Sweitzer 1-2, Lehr 0-2.
GLACIER — Colton Gove 2-4, Jayce Fagerland 2-4, Colten Parker 2-2, Vincent Smith 2-4, Tristin Steinwand 0-3, Kyler Howke 3-4, Jesse Walburn 1-2, Wetsch 1-2, Chris Park 1-3, Dakota Bridwell 1-3.
2B— Nixon, Draper, McCoy. Gove, Wetsch. RBI— Nixon, Draper 3, Lane, Fisher. Gove 4, Steinwand, Howke, Walburn, Smith.
Libby Big Bucks Tourney
Kootenai Valley Rangers 6, Tri-County Cardinals 0
Kootenai Valley Rangers 300 111 0 — 6 6 2
Tri-County Cardinals 000 000 0 — 0 1 3
C.J. Henrie and Gallen Sullivan. Tanner Mayer, Seth Kitchen (7) and Seth Kitchen, Kyle Schmidt (7). W — Henrie. L — Mayer
KOOTENAI VALLEY — C.J. Henrie 1-2, Nick Rackley 0-1, Dalton Smith 1-3, R.J. Glover 1-4, Austin Perez 1-4, Garret McNeil 0-2, Gallen Sullivan 2-3, Dawson Henrie 0-4, James Dunn 0-3.
TRI-COUNTY — Kyle Schmidt 0-2, Tanner Mayer 0-3, Kyle Wanner 0-3, Seth Kitchen 1-2, Ryan Clark 0-2, Cooper Hawke 0-2, James Konen 0-3, Isaiah Dunk 0-2, Mason Murray 0-2.
RBIs — C. Henrie, Glover, McNeil, Sullivan 2.
Helena Reps cruises past Libby Loggers, 13-3
Libby Loggers didn't have a chance on Saturday, as Helena Reps won in blowout fashion, 13-3 in seven innings at Libby.
Helena Reps scored six runs in the seventh on Helena Reps scored in the seventh on an RBI single by Carter Pappas, a passed ball, an RBI single by Eamon Byrne, an RBI single by Carter Wald, a fielder's choice, and an RBI single by Carter Pappas.
Eamon racked up two RBIs on two hits for Helena Reps.
Libby Loggers wasn't able to score a run off of Carter Pappas during his six innings on the hill. Carter Pappas struck out five and allowed two walks and three hits.
Ryan Huffman ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed seven runs in six innings, walked three and struck out five.
The lead stayed with Helena Reps after the third, when it scored three runs on a groundout by Carter Pappas and two singles.
Andrew Lalum's big day not enough, as Redbirds 18U loses 13-2 to Bitterroot Bucs
Andrew Lalum went 2-3 at the plate, but Redbirds 18U fell 13-2 to Bitterroot Bucs at Ryan Sparks Field on Saturday.
Brad Schaff got the win for Bitterroot Bucs. He allowed two runs over six innings. Brad struck out 11, walked one and gave up five hits.
Eric Knox ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed six runs in 1 2/3 innings, walked four and struck out two.
Bitterroot Bucs piled on five more runs in the top of the second. A clutch bases loaded walk scored Chance Sage to open the scoring in the frame. That was followed up by Rees' single, plating Liam LeCoure and Dylan Reed.
Redbirds 18U scored one run in the bottom of the third to cut its deficit to seven. An RBI single by Andrew triggered Redbirds 18U's comeback. Tyler Lee struck out to end the Redbirds 18U threat.
After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fifth, Redbirds 18U faced just a 10-2 deficit. A single by Andrew set off Redbirds 18U rally. Finally, Brad got Collin Hartford to strike out to end the threat.
The Glacier Twins A outlast the Bitterroot Red Sox in high-scoring affair, 10-8
The bats were busy on Saturday, and when the dust cleared the Glacier Twins A had a 10-8 win over the Bitterroot Red Sox in seven innings.
The teams combined for 24 hits, including five extra base hits.
The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to five lead changes in the game.
It was a good day at the plate for the Glacier Twins A's Kyler Howke. Kyler went 3-4, drove in one and scored one run. He singled in the first, second, and fourth innings.
AJ got the win in relief for the Glacier Twins A. AJ pitched 4 2/3 innings and allowed two runs.
Mccoy ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He lasted just 4 1/3 innings, walked none, struck out three, and allowed two runs.
In the top of the first, the Bitterroot Red Sox grabbed the early lead, 1-0. Horvath singled to start things off before Draper doubled, scoring Horvath.
The Glacier Twins A scored six runs of their own in the first. The Glacier Twins A scored on an RBI single by Colten Parker, an RBI single by Vincent Smith, an RBI single by Kyler, an RBI single by Jesse Walburn, and a two-run single by Colton.
The Glacier Twins A brought home one run in the second inning, and matched that run total in the third. In the second, the Glacier Twins A scored on a groundout by Tristin Steinwand, plating Colten.
Glacier Twins A
The Laurel Dodgers drop 8-0 game to Bozeman
The Laurel Dodgers lost 8-0 to Bozeman on Saturday at Billings Pirtz Field, despite a total of four hits.
Joel Ekstrom got the win for Bozeman. He tossed two innings of shutout ball. He struck out one, walked one and surrendered two hits.
Jake Worden was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed eight runs in 5 2/3 innings, walked three and struck out three.
Bozeman never trailed after scoring five runs in the first on a fielder's choice and three singles.
The Glacier Twins A drop 11-4 game to the Bitterroot Red Sox
Tristin Steinwand went 2-3 at the plate, but the Glacier Twins A fell 11-4 to the Bitterroot Red Sox at Whitefish on Saturday.
Tristin had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He doubled in the second and sixth innings.
Norman got the win for the Bitterroot Red Sox. He allowed four runs over seven innings. Norman struck out two, walked none and gave up nine hits.
The Bitterroot Red Sox were sparked by Ray and Horvath, who teamed up for seven hits and five RBIs.
Jonny Sapa ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed six runs in five innings, walked one and struck out none.
The lead stayed with the Bitterroot Red Sox after the first, when they scored two runs on an RBI double by Draper and a groundout by Lane.
The Bitterroot Red Sox piled on three more runs in the top of the second. The inning got off to a hot start when Ray singled, scoring Mccoy. That was followed up by Horvath's double, bringing home Ray.
One the Glacier Twins A run crossed the plate in the bottom half of the second, making the score 5-1. A groundout by Kyler Howke sparked the Glacier Twins A's rally. Norman ended the inning by getting Tyler Murphy to ground out.
The Glacier Twins A scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to cut their deficit to three. A two-run double by Jayce Fagerland fueled the Glacier Twins A's comeback. Finally, Norman got Vincent Smith to fly out to end the threat.
The Bitterroot Red Sox increased their lead with five runs in the sixth. Draper doubled, scoring Lehr and Ray to start the inning. That was followed up by Lane's double, plating Horvath and Draper.
One run in the bottom of the sixth helped the Glacier Twins A close their deficit to 11-4. A groundout by AJ Wetsch triggered the Glacier Twins A's comeback. But, Norman got Tyler to ground out to end the inning.
Bitterroot Red Sox
The Livingston Braves offense too much for Great falls Electrics in 9-0 rout
The Livingston Braves jumped out to an early lead on Great falls Electrics and captured a 9-0 victory on Saturday at Lewiston.
With five runs in the first three innings, the Livingston Braves left no doubt about the eventual outcome.
An RBI single by Tristen Jenkinsin the first inning supplied the early offense for the Livingston Braves.
Tristen racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Livingston Braves
The Livingston Braves' Sterling Lay kept Great falls Electrics off the scoreboard for all six innings he was on the hill. He pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on three hits while striking out six.
Peyton Mitchell was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just one-third of an inning, walked two, struck out none, and allowed no runs.
The Livingston Braves tacked on another four runs in the third. A scored Kalvin Kunda for the inning's first run.
The Livingston Braves built upon their lead with three runs in the fifth. A wild pitch scored Dalton Walker to get the Livingston Braves on the board in the inning.
Seventh-inning rally sparks blowout win for Helena Reps, 12-1
An 11-run explosion in the seventh inning led Helena Reps to a 12-1 win in seven innings over the Lewiston Cubs at Libby on Saturday.
Helena Reps scored in the seventh on a two-run single by Eamon Byrne, a sacrifice fly by Carter Wald, an RBI single by Henry Bowers, a two-run single by Carter Pappas, an RBI single by Jackson Maynard, a hit by pitch, an RBI single by Carter Wald, and a wild pitch.
Eamon helped Helena Reps pull ahead for the duration in the seventh inning. Ray Moore doubled to get on base in the seventh. He then went from second to third on a single by Jackson Maynard.
Henry went a perfect 2-2 at the plate for Helena Reps.
Payton Pappas recorded the win for Helena Reps. He allowed one run over six innings. Payton struck out five, walked two and gave up seven hits.
Luke White ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed eight runs in one-third of an inning, walked two and struck out none.
Neither team scored until the fourth when Helena Reps got on the board. Helena Reps scored on an RBI triple by Payton.
The Laurel Dodgers fall 13-5 to Pocatello despite Daniel Stamper's effort
The Laurel Dodgers fell 13-5 to Pocatello at Billings Pirtz Field on Saturday.
Brandon Georgeson recorded the win for Pocatello even though he allowed five runs over four innings. Brandon struck out six, walked two and gave up one hit.
Brenden Cellmer couldn't get it done on the mound for the Laurel Dodgers, taking a loss. He allowed nine runs in four innings, walked two and struck out none.
After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the third, the Laurel Dodgers faced just a 4-2 deficit. A steal of home by Karson Kukes and an error set off the Laurel Dodgers rally. Pocatello stopped the rally after Brandon got Mason O'Donnell to fly out.
Pocatello put up three runs in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth. In the fourth, Pocatello scored on a three-run double by Andy Burtenshaw, scoring Jerred, Greg Casper and Kade.
Three runs in the bottom of the fifth helped the Laurel Dodgers close their deficit to 10-5. An RBI single by Carson Hoke, a hit by pitch, and a groundout by Mason triggered the Laurel Dodgers' comeback. The Laurel Dodgers threat came to an end when Andy finally got Jake Anderson to strike out.
Pocatello piled on three more runs in the top of the sixth. Jerred singled, scoring Mitch to start the inning.
The Billings Blue Jays drop 6-4 game to Gallatin Valley Outlaws despite efforts of Cole McKenzie
Cole McKenzie collected three hits, but the Billings Blue Jays still fell to Gallatin Valley Outlaws 6-4 in seven innings on Saturday at Lewistown.
Two of the Billings Blue Jays' runs were scored thanks to timely hitting by Cole. He singled in the fourth, fifth, and seventh innings.
Willard got it done on the hill on the way to a win. He allowed four runs over seven innings. He struck out seven, walked four and surrendered seven hits.
Gallatin Valley Outlaws was sparked by Filippini and White, who teamed up for four hits and two RBIs.
Sean Jones took the loss for the Billings Blue Jays. He lasted just 3 1/3 innings, walked three, struck out five, and allowed four runs.
Gallatin Valley Outlaws went up for good in the first, scoring one run on an error.
Gallatin Valley Outlaws scored two runs in the third inning, and then followed it up with two more in the sixth. In the third, Gallatin Valley Outlaws scored on a passed ball, plating Filippini.
After pushing across one run in the top of the fifth, the Billings Blue Jays faced just a 4-1 deficit. An RBI single by Cole fueled the Billings Blue Jays' comeback. But, Willard got Calvin Bjorgum to ground out to end the inning.
A three-run seventh inning helped bring the Billings Blue Jays within two. An RBI double by Morgan Dugi, an RBI single by Cole, and an RBI single by Calvin triggered the Billings Blue Jays' comeback. Willard ended the game by getting John O'Donnell to strike out.
Billings Blue Jays