Sports roundup from Friday, April 25
Brandon-Evansville 13, Ashby 9
The Brandon-Evansville softball team hammered out 17 hits to out last Ashby in a 13-9 win on Friday night.
"The girls came out with intensity and put some runs on the board early and never let up despite several lead changes," head coach Kasi Huschle said. "We had several girls come up clutch for us in the batter'sbox, including freshman Carrigan Okerlund, junior Emma Friedrich, junior Casie Stotesbery and senior Kinsley Randt."
Randt had a huge night with seven RBIs on three hits, including a home run. Lizzy Friedrich got the win on the mound by going all seven innings, allowing nine runs but only three earned on six hits and four walks.
Eagan 10, Alexandria 2
The Alexandria softball team dropped its first game of a tournament in St. Paul on Friday night as Eagan came away with a 10-2 win.
Brandon-Evansville 9, Ortonville 4
The Brandon-Evansville baseball team had 13 hits and committed just one error in a 9-4 win over Ortonville on Friday.
James Huisman started and went four innings, allowing four runs before Tom Bosek came in and shut the door the rest of the way. The Chargers got five runs in the third inning to take their first lead and they never let it go from there.
"We were able to get a quality performance from our defense and James Huisman and Tom Bosek gave us solid contributions on the mound," head coach Brian Perleberg said. "Offensively, we had a balanced attack with eight different batters collecting hits, and we were able to put runners in scoring position in six of the seven innings."
Kevin Roers, Christian McGaffey, Jake Nohre, Kevin Campbell and Huisman all had two hits apiece to lead the way.
Osakis 8, Eagle Valley 3
The Osakis baseball team went to the MAC in St. Cloud to beat Eagle Valley 8-3 on Friday night and improve to 6-0 on the season.
Willmar 5, Alexandria 2
The Alexandria tennis team fell to 1-6 on the season on Friday with a 5-2 loss to Willmar.
Devon Crowe and Mark Kallevig got the two wins for Alexandria. Crowe won 6-4, 6-2 at first singles, while Kalleving made easy work of his opponent at second singles in a 6-0, 6-3 match. Willmar was able to take every other match in straight sets.