Area teams pick up wins on windy Friday

South Prairie-Max’s Layne Korgel throws a pitch during the third inning of the Royals game against Bishop Ryan on Friday

Minot North scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for a 10-8 over the visiting Des Lacs-Burlington Lakers at Corbett Field on Friday.

The Sentinels opened up a 6-1 lead after three innings, before the Lakers scored six runs of their own in the top of the fourth to take a one run lead. Minot North tied things up in the bottom half of the inning before Des Lacs-Burlington retook the lead with a run in the fifth.

Jaxon Hann tripled in the bottom of the second, scoring Trajan Hjelmstad, Tate Haugenoe and Stewart. Hjelmstad added another run in the third to go with Landyn McGhee adding another run in the inning.

The Lakers exploded for six runs in the fourth inning, led by a two-run single from Braylon Fisher that scored Kyler Fisher and Easton Anderson. Drew Roedecker scored on the next play, and B. Fisher and Paxton Ystaas also added runs in the inning.

In the bottom of the sixth, Hann scored on a bases loaded walk to tie the game. Then, runs by Mueller and Gannon Hedberg both scored on a fielder’s choice and error by the shortstop to put Minot North ahead for good.

Des Lacs-Burlington’s Collin Abernathey pitches in the top of the seventh inning of the Lakers’ 10-8 loss to Minot North on Friday.

Bishop Ryan 32, South Prairie-Max 1

Bishop Ryan improved to 3-0 on the season and have now outscored their opponents 63-4 to start the season, after the Lions defeated the South Prairie-Max Royals 32-1 on Friday at Jack Hoeven Park.

Bishop Ryan scored 11 runs in the first inning, added two more in the second, recorded 14 in the third and five in the fourth in the win. The game was called after five innings because the Lions led by more than ten runs.

Jack Passa led Bishop Ryan with five hits, four runs, and six RBIs, and Bennett Warren hit a solo home run to left field. Teagan Coonrod also scored four runs and had six RBIs to help pace the Lions. Four other players each finished with three runs: Warren, Ramsey Walz, Mack Shean, Boden Eck, Jace Schwan and Seth Wolf.

Burke Rauschenberger scored the lone run for South Prairie-Max.

Passa pitched 3 2/3 innings for Bishop Ryan, allowing one unearned run, on one hit. He recorded nine strikeouts and four walks. Coonrod and Warren each pitched in relief.


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