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June 12th, 2014
Chase Carpenter allowed only three hits through seven innings and Jake Miller struck down runner after runner at the plate Thursday night, but Devils Lake scored three runs on two seventh-inning Legion Post 60 errors to turn a 1-0 lead into a 4-0 District win.
Devils Lake continued in the non-District follow-up for a 12-3 margin.
Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.
Retired Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants and Detroit Lions tight end Pete Mitchell (left) met and discussed leadership with Talon Larson (right) and Valley City football players at June 7â€™s NFL High School Player Development reading program event at the Valley City/Barnes County Library.
Sam Jenson pitched Valley City Babe Ruthâ€™s second no-hitter in as many games and led the offense in Tuesday nightâ€™s 18-0, 19-hit District win over host Edgeley.
â€śAgain we had another great pitching performance,â€ť Valley City head coach Lance Lukes said. â€śJenson improved from his last outing and found some things that worked and kept up with them. Our offense came out little sluggish in the first two innings; we talked and changed our approach and rattled off base hit after base hit. Itâ€™s always nice to put up that many hits in a game.â€ť
The Minnesota Twins offer free youth baseball and softball clinics at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 21 at Hendrickson Field, 205 Grand Avenue in Enderlin, N.D., or â€” in the case of inclement weather â€” at Enderlin High School Gymnasium, 407 Bluff Street.
Clinics, focusing on hitting, fielding and throwing, are open to boys and girls from six to 16 years of age, and are divided into two 90-minute sessions, the first for 6- to 9-year-olds and the second for 10- to 16-year-olds. Parents are encouraged to participate.
Drew Oberlander drove home five runs and scored two more in Mondayâ€™s 16-2 five-inning District win over Oakes, then Riley Millerâ€™s two-walk, four-strikeout no-hitter highlighted a three-inning 12-0 non-District nightcap.
â€śIt was great to see the boys aggressive early in the contest,â€ť Valley City head coach Lance Lukes said. â€śRiley did what has become expected of Riley to do: he just pitched strikes and let our defense help him out.â€ť
Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Jamestown took the first of Fridayâ€™s non-conference games from Valley City Babe Ruth at Charlie Brown Field before the second contest, tied 3-3 in the third inning, was cut short due to rain.
Valley City led 2-0 after two innings in the primer but came up with only three hits. Jamestown scored five runs in the third and nine in the fourth â€” most unearned despite serviceable Valley City pitching â€” to close out the game in four innings.
Rylee Bjork picked up two hits and a run while pitching three innings on five hits, seven runs allowed, four walks and five strikeouts.
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Valley City Babe Ruth split a pair of non-league games Wednesday night in Enderlin, N.D., dropping the first, 6-4, but taking the second, 5-2.
Enderlin 6, Valley City 4
Valley City scored three first-inning runs, but with five walks, a double and a single, Enderlin brought four across for a lead they did not give up.
Sam Jenson picked up two hits, Andrew King connected on a two-run triple and Reese Huschka, Bryce Nelson and Jaden Oestern came away with a hit each.
Jenson took the loss on the hill, working all five innings.
Valley City 5, Enderlin 2
Fort Ransom State Park will host a 10 am.-to-noon hike with the park manager on June 7, then celebrate Sunne Farmâ€™s 100th anniversary on June 14 with a Visitor Appreciation Day, free of vehicle fees.
Old-fashioned kids games run from 1 p.m to 5 p.m., with free hot dogs, pop and hay rides.
A Sunne Farm dedication ceremony begins at 2 p.m. Bluegrass music by Cotton Wood begins at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
All activities are at no charge, though a free will offering will be taken to help defray expenses.