Baseball: K-W's pitching overpowers Wildcats
GOODHUE – Scoring 13 runs over the past two games, Goodhue’s offense appeared to be on a roll. Then with a monster pitching performance from Alex Roosen, the Wildcats’ bats came to a screeching halt.
Playing a Hiawatha Valley League doubleheader Monday in Goodhue, Roosen threw a gem for Kenyon-Wanamingo by striking out 16 and holding the Wildcats to one hit and one walk in a 9-0 Game 1 victory. The Knights’ momentum carried over in Game 2 with a 10-0 five-inning victory.