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DLBLC defeats KBMLS by 10-run rule in both games

Calli Brackenbury goes into her wind-up in KBMLS’s regional game at Burlington against DLBLC. On third and holding the DLBLC runner on is Janie Savelkoul.

The KBMLS Kamels were in Burlington on Friday, April 29th for a regional contest against DesLacs/Burlington - Lewis and Clark (DLBLC).

DLBLC scored first in the game as they came up with 3 runs in the bottom of the third. KBMLS came back in the top of the fifth to score 3 runs of their own to tie the game up 3 all. However, that lead didn’t last long, as the Lakers were able to score two runs in the bottom of that inning to go up 5 to 3. In the top of the sixth, KBMLS managed to get another run across home plate to cut the lead to 5 to 4 in favor of the Lakers. Then in the bottom of the sixth, the Kamels defense fell apart and they allowed DLBLC to score 9 runs to end the game by the ten-run rule, 14 to 4.

Becca Schoenberg makes the diving catch in center field. Backing her up is Hayley Southam.

On the mound and taking the loss for KBMLS was Calli Brackenbury, with Hallie Schmidt behind the plate catching.

For the game, KBMLS scored their 4 runs on 4 hits, committed 9 errors, and left 2 base runners stranded. DLBLC scored their 14 runs on 9 hits, committed 5 errors, and left 6 runners stranded on the bases.

Credited with the hits for KBMLS were: Becca Schoenberg - a single; Calli Brackenbury - a single; and Hallie Schmidt - two singles.

The second game also belonged to the Lakers from DLBLC as they went on to defeat KBMLS 12 to 2 in four innings. Losing battery for KBMLS was Janie Savelkoul, on the mound, and Annika Christianson, behind the plate. Savelkoul was relieved in the bottom of the third inning by Ally Feland.

McKayla Neubauer beats the throw done to second base for the steal in the Kamels game against DLBLC.

KBMLS finished the game scoring their 2 runs on no hits, committed 11 errors, and left 6 girls stranded on the bases. DLBLC finished with 12 runs on 7 hits, committed 7 errors, and left 5 girls stranded on the bases.

On Monday, May 2nd, KBMLS hosted Central McLean for a regional contest, and then on Tuesday, May 3rd they hosted Washburn. Results of those games were not known by press time.

Next action for KBMLS will be on Friday, May 6th when they will travel to Wilton to play Wilton-Wing. Game time is 4:30 p.m. for the doubleheader.

Then on Tuesday, May 10th, KBMLS will travel to Washburn. That too will be a doubleheader, with the game starting at 4:30 p.m.

The Muskrats lose to Lewis and Clark/Parshall 7 to 3

A throw is made down to Zane Wenstad as the runner from Lewis and Clark/Parshall attempts the steal. Backing up Wenstad are Chase Gates, shortstop, and Statler Olson, left field.

The MLSGKB Muskrats were back on the diamond on Tuesday, April 26th when they hosted Lewis and Clark/Parshall at Lansford. A doubleheader was played, with only the first game counting towards the regional standings.

Lewis and Clark/Parshall took the early lead, as they scored a run in the top of the second and another 2 runs in the top of the third for the 3 to 0 lead. The Muskrats finally got on the board in the bottom of the fourth when they came across with the run to make it a 3 to 1 game. However, Lewis and Clark/ Parshall increased that lead to 7 to 1 as they added another run in the top of the fifth and 3 runs in the top of the sixth. MLSGKB was only able to score 2 runs in the bottom of the seventh, allowing Lewis and Clark/Parshall to pick up the 7 to 3 regional win.

Berkley Santos, third baseman for the Muskrats, makes a throw over to Charlie Eriksmoen, first baseman, for the out.

For the game, MLSGKB scored their 3 runs on 3 hits, committed 8 errors, and left 6 men stranded on the bases. Lewis and Clark/Parshall finished with 7 runs on 8 hits, committed 4 errors, and also left 6 men stranded on the bases.

On the mound and taking the loss for the Muskrats was Hunter Rodin, who was relieved by Talon Thompson. Talon Thompson and Henry Savelkoul were the catchers.

The three hits for the Muskrats came from Talon Thompson, Berkley Santos, and Statler Olson, all with a single.

Lewis and Clark/Parshall also won the second game, as they defeated the Muskrats 5 to 3 in five innings. Stats from that game were not made available.

Berkley Santos, left, and #15 Isaac Undlin, make their way to third and second as the ball is hit up the middle in the Muskrats game against Lewis and Clark/Parshall.

On Monday, May 2nd, the Muskrats traveled to Burlington for a regional game with DesLacs/Burlington. Result of that game was not known by press time.

Last night, Tuesday, May 3rd, the Muskrats stepped out of Regional play and hosted Washburn. Again, that result was not known by press time.

Next action for MLSGKB will be on Thursday, May 5th when they will make-up a game with DLB at Lansford. Game time is 4:00 p.m. Then on Friday, May 6th, the Muskrats will host Ray at Lansford, with that game starting at 4:30 p.m.

On Tuesday, May 10th, Stanley will be in Lansford for a doubleheader with the Muskrats. Game time is 4:30 p.m.

Girls' Varsity Golf
Stanley Meet

The MLS Girls’ Varsity Golf Team was in Stanley on Thursday, April 28th for a meet held there. There were nine teams present at the meet, and the MLS Mavericks finished 4th out of seven teams.

MLS finished with a team score of 493. Individual scoring had Delaine Hanson with a 106 (53 + 53), and she tied for 6th place; Fischer Ackerson 119 (64 + 55), Autumn Smith 126 (68 + 58), and Emily Brendsel 142 (72 + 70).

Medalist for the meet was Hope Froshaug from New Town.

Next action for the MLS girls will be on Tuesday, May 10th when they will play in the Northwest Conference Meet at Burlington.

Boys' Grade Basketball
MLS vs. Bottineau

On Monday, April 18th, the MLS Boys’ 5th and 6th grade basketball teams hosted Bottineau for three games.

The 5th grade game was won by MLS as they defeated Bottineau 34 to 16. Scoring for the Mavericks: Cordel Sjokvist 17, Grant Titus 6, Connor Degenstein 5, Devin Mortensen 2, Braxton Fitzsimmons 2, and Javin Mattern 2.

MLS also won the 6th grade game, as they beat the Braves from Bottineau by a score of 35 to 8. Individual scoring for the Mavericks: Tyler Woloson 8, Jacob Undlin 8, Gannon Hall 8, Steele Olson 6, Joe Savelkoul 4, and Ryan Morlock 1.

A combination 5th and 6th grade game was played between the two schools, with MLS winning that game by a score of 34 to 10. Scoring for the Mavericks: Parker Johnson 8, Levi Lenton 8, Luke Steeves 6, Matthew Brendsel 6, Cordell Klokstad 4, and Blake Nehring 2.

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