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The Lake City Serpents’ woes continued on Sunday after getting roughed up in a 16-0 seven-inning loss to Northfield in a Classic Cannon Valley League game in Northfield. Lake City was held to one hit: a fourth-inning double by Austin Baab. Eric Sandstrom was pegged with the loss after allowing four hits and six runs (five earned) before recording an out in the first inning. Finishing with 15 hits, the Knights were led by Matt Larson, who was 3-for-4 with three RBI, two runs scored and a double.
The Missota Conference recently released its list of All-Conference teams, and numerous Red Wing athletes made the cut. The Wingers’ boys tennis team received the most nominations after finishing second in the conference behind Shakopee.
Red Wing legion baseball’s rough week ended on a sour note on Friday as Post 54 was roughed up by Eastview in a 13-2 five-inning loss at the Red Wing Athletic Field. Up 4-1 going into the top of the fifth inning, Eastview laid down three straight bunts on the soaking-wet grass at the Ath. Putting Red Wing’s defense in flux, Eastview blew the game wide open with nine runs in the frame. “Eastview was always hustling and putting pressure on our guys,” said Red Wing head coach Justin Plein.
Mike Stegora continued his hot streak at the plate Thursday, going 3-for-4 with a triple and a home run, as Red Wing defeated Kewaskum (Wis.) 7-3 at the Red Wing Athletic Field. Stegora tallied three RBI, scored two runs and stole two bases in the victory.