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July 21st, 2014
Harvey led visiting Legion Post 60 3-1 through four innings on Monday night, but impending weather drew a coin flip from which Post 60 took the win.
Harvey scored a run in the first inning, Austin Bergâ€™s RBI tied it in the top of the fourth and Harvey scored two more in the home half.
Post 60 landed three hits and committed an error, Harvey seven hits and four errors.
Chase Carpenter drew a walk.
Austen Meyer pitched three innings for a strikeout, Berg two outs in the fourth.
Legion Post 60 (3-13) carries the third seed into Wednesdayâ€™s Regional Tournament in Grafton, N.D.
Dawson Dietrich scored on a wild bases-loaded pitch in the second inning of Mondayâ€™s District 6 Tournament semifinal against Ellendale, Matt Brandvold came home moments later when Garret Suhr wore a pitch with the bases loaded, and Suhr came across in the fifth on a wayward throw to first base for the third and final run of Valley Cityâ€™s 3-0 win.
Nate Rodriguez and the defense did the rest as Rodriguez struck out 18 batters on a walk, a hit-by-pitch and two four-strikeout innings in a complete-game no-hitter.
Valley City welcomed 33 players from North Dakota and Minnesota in Fridayâ€™s seventh annual United States Tennis Association-sanctioned Valley City Junior Tennis Tournament, sponsored by the Valley City Tennis Association, Valley City Parks and Recreation, Mercy Hospitalâ€™s Young Peopleâ€™s Healthy Heart Program and Quilted Ceiling and Centrol.
Valley City and Lintonâ€™s bats were nearly as hot as the 90-degree temperatures Sunday at Charlie Brown Field, but Valley Cityâ€™s cooler heads prevailed, 9-6, for a date with No. 6 Ellendale in Mondayâ€™s 2 p.m. District 6 Tournament semifinal.
Babe Ruth dominated LaMoure, 11-0, in the first round on Saturday.
Lance Weiser put Linton on the board in the top of the first as he swooped into home when a teammate took second.
Shadyâ€™s defeated Boomerâ€™s/Wendels, 9-1 and 5-4
Allied Agronomy defeated Frontier Fort, 8-7 and 15-9
IDK defeated Tapps Lounge, 15-5 and 3-2
9-7 Allied Agronomy
4-12 Frontier Fort
2-14 Tapps Lounge
John Deere Seeding swept Hope Electric, 11-5 and 10
Boomers Corner Keg/Dakota Plains swept Captainâ€™s Pub, 9-8 and 13-2
The Raven/Eagles swept Elliott Farms, 22-2 and 13-9
Boomers Corner Keg swept NuBar/Chirstensen Trucking, 15-5 and 12-7
John Deere Seeding 17-3
The Raven/Eagles 16-4
Hope Electric 12-8
Boomers Corner Keg 11-9
Captainâ€™s Pub 9-9
Boomers Corner Keg/Dakota Plains 8-12
NuBar/Christensen Trucking 4-14
Elliott Farms 1-19
BEK COMMUNICATIONS DUEL IN THE DIRT: SCENE 1
July 11, 2014
1. Rance Maddock (Gillette, Wyo.)
2. Nick Volden (Lushton, Wis.)
3. Taryl Smith (Litchville, N.D.)
4. Tate Smith (Litchville, N.D.)
5 Thom Newsom (Hammon, Okla.)
6. Joe Burtes (Avon, S.D.)
Cody Becker (Fort Ransom, N.D.)
Riley Blakenship (Kildeer, N.D.)
Brad Check (Eastman, Wisc.)
Valley City 14U No. 1 split with West Fargo in Casselton, N.D. on Monday, taking the first game 11-10 with Noelle Thompsonâ€™s big triple driving in two runs for the lead in the top of the seventh. McKenna Taylor pitched the win.
Kacee White picked up the loss in the second game, a 6-2 loss cut short in the fourth inning because it was too dark. White and Mackenzie Pederson scored in the bottom of the third to cut the deficit to 3-2, but West Fargo pulled away and Valley Cityâ€™s bats could not get going again.
Valley City 14U is at State in Grand Forks, N.D. this weekend.
Legion Post 60 ventured to Wahpeton on Thursday, falling 2-1 in the League game and 11-0 in the hitless five-inning non-League finisher.
Post 60 scored a run in the top of the sixth League inning, but Whapeton answered with two in the home half and shut Post 60 out of the seventh.
Dalton Ondracek and Chase Carpenter landed two hits in the contest.
Jesse Johnson pitched 5.1 innings for 13 first-pitch strikes and set down four batters. Austin Berg worked the final two outs of the fifth for a first-pitch strike and a strikeout.
Shiloh Christian guard Gabrielle Wilkinson and the 38th Lions Class B All-Stars avenged Tuesdayâ€™s 79-68 overtime loss, in which they squandered a 61-56 lead with 1:35 left in regulation at the Bismarck Civic Center, with Wednesdayâ€™s 59-51 win at the Fargo Civic Center.
Class B led 29-26 at halftime and encountered a familiar situation up 51-42 with 2:30 to go, but this time the edge was enough.