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Baseball: Brady Perleberg racks up big honors for B-E

Junior makes his presence felt on the mound and the way he approached the game.

Brady Perleberg
Brandon-Evansville junior Brady Perleberg pitches in a game against Ashby on May 5, 2022. Perleberg took home four team postseason honors for the Chargers, including the MVP Award, Hardest Worker Award, Top Gun Award (1.31 ERA) and Hustle and Heart Award.
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BRANDON-EVANSVILLE — For the fifth straight season, the Brandon-Evansville baseball team has had a winning season. After having a 5-6 record on May 9, B-E won six out of its final seven games, including a 1-0 win over then-undefeated Upsala-Swanville on May 19.

The Chargers beat Browerville-Eagle Valley but lost to Ashby and Parkers Prairie in the Section 6A Playoffs to finish the 2022 campaign with a 12-9 (9-8 Section 6A) record.

At the season-ending banquet, Brady Perleberg was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in addition to winning the hardest worker, hustle and heart, and top gun award with a 1.31 ERA on the mound.

Dezmond White took home two awards, both of which are batting awards. He won the Silver Slugger award with a .383 batting average and he was the RBI leader with 21.

Defensively, Braydon Englund won the team’s Golden Glove Award because of his play.

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Although he was limited in what he could do on the field for the season with a torn labrum, senior Titus Fuller still won the team’s CHARGER Award for his leadership qualities on and off the diamond.

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The Osakis boys basketball team dominated in a game against St. John's Prep, while the WCA teams earned wins and the B-E girls pulled out a win over Rothsay.

Jayden Hoidahl was named the team’s most improved player, while Carter White took home the team’s Golden Spikes award because of his speed on the base path. He had a team-high 12 stolen bases this season.

Sam Stuve covers a variety of sports in the Douglas County area. He also is assigned to do some news stories as well.
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