Amateur Baseball Roundup: Mudhens hold on for win
The Rochester Royals made a late run at Miesville on Sunday, scoring six combined runs in the seventh and eighth innings. But with a three-run frame in the bottom of the eighth, the Mudhens were able to secure a 10-8 win Sunday at Jack Ruhr Field.
Matt Van Der Bosch lifted Miesville’s offense, going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles, two RBI and four runs scored. Charles Bruchu and Brad Beskau each tacked on a pair of hits, and Alex LaShomb drove in three runs in the Mudhens’ victory.
Adam Moorse started the game for Miesville, striking out two and allowing 11 hits and no walks in a no-decision. Brian Meyers picked up the victory after pitching an inning of relief in the eighth.
On Tuesday, the Mudhens (18-6) played their final Section 1B game of the season, hosting Elko. Go to www.republican-eagle.com for results.
Cannon Falls 11, Veseli 3
Cannon Falls got back over the .500 mark on Friday after picking up an 11-3 victory over Veseli at John Burch Park.
Finishing with 14 total hits, the Bears’ Taylor Pagel, Josh Harrison, Ryan Brintnall, Braxton Lindow and Jamie Stay each finished with two hits. Brintnall was 2-for-5 with a double, two runs and three RBI, and Lindow had a double and two RBI in the victory. Pagel scored four runs and hit a pair of two-baggers.
On the hill, Tyler Boyle-Hoban led Cannon Falls to a victory in five innings of work.
The Bears (11-10) opened the Region 4C playoffs Tuesday against Randolph, then will resume postseason play Friday, hosting Lake City.
Miesville 12, Stockmen’s Irish 8
Trailing 8-5 after the top of the seventh inning, Miesville’s offense rattled off seven runs in the bottom of the seventh to leave Jack Ruhr Field with a 12-8 victory over Stockmen’s Irish Friday in Miesville.
Matt Van Der Bosch went 3-for-5 with a home run, four RBI and two runs scored. Tyler Beaulieu also added three hits, an RBI and a run scored, and Matt Hanse was 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs. On the mound, Brian Meyers got the win in relief, striking out five and holding the Irish to two hits in 2 1/3 innings.