Local clipboard: Tuesday's results
Local clipboard Boys baseball Sacred Heart 10, Badger-G-MR 0 GREENBUSH, Minn. -- East Grand Forks Sacred Heart picked up a win in five innings over host Badger-Greenbush-Middle River on Tuesday. Sacred Heart notched six of their 10 runs in the to...
Sacred Heart 10,
GREENBUSH, Minn. - East Grand Forks Sacred Heart picked up a win in five innings over host Badger-Greenbush-Middle River on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart notched six of their 10 runs in the top of the fifth inning. Devin Evavold picked up the win on the mound for the Eagle defense which allowed no hits. Nick Bergum and Ryan Holte each went 2-for-2 with two RBI.
The Eagles improved to 12-3 on the season and will host Norman County on Thursday.
EGF Senior High 14,
Northern Freeze 6
East Grand Forks Senior High continued its offensive splurge into Tuesday’s contest against Northern Freeze with a big win at home.
Donnie Musgrove led the way going 3-for-4 with six RBI, while also picking up the win on the mound. Trevor Selk finished 3-for-5 with two RBI. Justin Yutrzenka went 2-for-4 with three RBI for the Freeze.
“We came out and hit the ball hard,” said Senior High coach Anthony Walsh. “Musgrove, for the most part, had a good showing on the mound tonight and made them work.”
Red River splits
FARGO - Grand Forks Red River and Fargo Davies split a doubleheader in East Region play here on Tuesday.
The Eagles won the first game 5-2, thanks to four fifth-inning runs. Carter Sanden went 1-for-3 with 2 RBI to lead the way. Sanden would go on to finish the night 3-for-6 with four RBI.
The Riders won the second contest 16-2 after five innings of play. Mitchell Soderberg led the Riders going 2-for-4 with three RBI. Soderberg finished the night 5-for-8. Ben Davis also added three RBI in the second game.
Red River will host Valley City on Thursday at Kraft Field.
Fargo Davies 5,
GF Red River 4
FARGO - Fargo Davies picked up conference win over Grand Forks Red River in extra-innings on Tuesday.
Carla Binde led the way for the Eagles, throwing a complete game, while also registering a triple. Jamie Nelson led the way at the plate going 2-for-4. Red River was led by Brynn Bohan who hit a double.
The Roughriders led 4-1 going into the bottom of the seventh.
Senior High splits
East Grand Forks Senior High split a pair of matches at the Crookston Triangular on Tuesday.
Senior High opened with a win, downing Park Rapids 7-0. In the second match, the Green Wave fell to host Crookston 5-2. Zach Straw picked up a pair of wins at No. 1 singles.
“This was a very good day for us,” said Senior High coach Kyle Hanson. “It was fantastic to see everyone get a win against Park Rapids. We then carried that into our match against Crookston, which is a very solid team.”
HUTCHINSON, Kan. - Mayville State fell to Morningside in the opening round of the NAIA playoffs Tuesday.
Morningside took a 6-0 win over Mayville in the five-team Hutchinson Bracket of the tournament.
The Mustangs scored three runs in the first inning and two in the second.
Mayville was led by Dusty Dove, who went 2-for-4. The Comets were held to seven hits.
Morningside improved to 44-14 while Mayville dropped to 31-29.
The Comets will play in a loser-out game today at 11 a.m.
Girls softball: Allison Goddin and Mary Simon led Fargo Shanley to a 7-3 win over Grand Forks Central on Tuesday in Fargo. Goddin finished 4-for-4, while Simon went 3-for-3 with two doubles. Central falls to 13-13 on the season and 5-9 in conference play.
College baseball: Thief River Falls High School graduate Nick Hoffard was a first-team selection on the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference’s all-conference baseball team. Hoffard, a right-handed pitcher for Northern State University, also was named the NSIC newcomer of the year. The junior led the NSIC with a 1.33 earned run average and tied a school record for wins in a season, going 7-3.
Women’s tennis: Minnesota Crookston coach Ryan McGuigan, a former UND men’s tennis player, has resigned his position after two seasons. “We are very thankful for the two seasons Ryan gave us,” UMC athletic director Stephanie Helgeson said. “Ryan was a pleasure to work with and did good job helping to put our program in a good trajectory heading into the future.”