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Stanley defeats KBMLS 5 to 3

Pictured above: Kilee Radzwill, pitcher, makes a throw over to Madison Deckert at first base for the out in the girls’ fastpitch game played at Stanley.

A girls’ high school fastpitch softball game was played in Stanley on Tuesday, April 14th when the Blue Jays hosted Kenmare-Bowbells/ Mohall Lansford Sherwood.

KBMLS suffered their second loss of the season, as they were defeated by the Blue Jays 5 to 3 in the varsity game. Stanley took the early 2 to 0 lead as they scored a run in the bottom of the second and another in the bottom of the third. KBMLS then took their only lead of the game, when they came across home plate with three runs in the top of the fourth, but that lead was short lived, as Stanley came back and knotted the game up at 3 to 3 with their solo run in the bottom of the fourth. The Blue Jays then scored the two winning runs in the bottom of the fifth and held on for the 5 to 3 win.

On the mound and taking the loss for KBMLS was Kilee Radzwill. For the game, KBMLS scored their 3 runs on 4 hits, and committed 4 errors. Stanley scored their 5 runs on 7 hits and had no errors.

The second game of the day featured the two junior varsity teams, with KBMLS coming out on top of that game, as they beat Stanley 7 to 3 in the five inning game.

KBMLS scored three runs in the top of the first and two runs in the top of the second to take a 5 to 0 lead. Stanley got their first run of the game in the bottom of the third, making it a 5 to 1 game. KBMLS then increased their lead to 7 to 1, when they scored another 2 runs in the top of the fourth. It was now a 7 to 1 game. The Blue Jays hit in two runs in the bottom of the fifth, but it wasn’t enough, as KBMLS picked up the 7 to 3 win.

Losing pitcher for KBMLS was Sierra Linstead. For the game, KBMLS scored 7 runs on 3 hits and committed 6 errors. Stanley finished the game with 3 runs on 4 hits and they committed 1 error.

Muskrats score on past ball to defeat DesLacs/Burlington 6 to 5

Pictured above: Talon Thompson rounds first base after getting a hit into center field in the Muskrats’ game against DLB at Lansford. Teammate, Connor Brackenbury, left, makes his way to third base.

MLS-G-KB was back on the diamond on Friday, April 17th when they hosted the DesLacs/Burlington Lakers in a game played at Lansford.

This was another close contest for the Muskrats and they battled it out with the Lakers. MLS-G-KB got on the board first, when they scored 2 runs in the bottom of the first. The Lakers then came back and tied it up in the top of the second, as they managed to come across with 2 runs of their own. However, the Muskrats regained the lead when they too scored 2 runs in the bottom of the second. It was now a 4 to 2 game in favor of MLS-G-KB. Again, DesLacs/Burlington would knot things up, as they scored 2 runs in the top of the fourth for the 4 to 4 game. But the Muskrats rallied again to take the lead when they scored a solo run in the bottom of the fourth. It wasn’t until the sixth inning that the Lakers would score again, which tied the game up at 5 all. In the bottom of the seventh, Statler Olson reached first base on an error. Brett Froseth flew out to the shortstop before Charlie Eriksmoen grounded out on a throw from the shortstop to the first baseman, which advanced Olson to third base. Wyatt Schmidt was intentionally walked, putting runners on the corners. With Tim Kraft up to bat, the pitcher threw a ball that got away from the catcher allowing Olson to score the winning run.

Pictured above: Brett Froseth, shortstop, fields the ball and makes the throw over to Charlie Eriksmoen at first base for the out.

On the mound for the Muskrats was Hunter Rodin, who was relieved by Charlie Eriksmoen in the top of the sixth, and Eriksmoen was relieved by Talon Thompson in the top of the seventh. Thompson was credited with the win.

The Muskrats finished the game with 6 runs on 5 hits, committed no errors, and left 8 men stranded on the bases. DLB scored their 5 runs on 7 hits, committed 3 errors, and left 6 men stranded on the bases.

DLB came back and won the second game of the day, as they defeated the Muskrats 14 to 9 in the five inning game. DLB racked up 5 runs in the top of the first, but the Muskrats answered with 6 runs of their own for the 6 to 5 lead. However, the Lakers came back and scored 6 runs in the second and 1 run in the third to take a 12 to 6 lead. The Lakers finished with a run in the fourth and another run in the fifth for their 14 runs, and MLS-G-KB scored 2 runs in the fourth and 1 in the fifth for their 9 runs. The Muskrats finished with 9 hits in the game. DLB had a total of 12 hits in the game.

On the mound and taking the loss was Brett Froseth, who was relieved in the top of the fourth by Henry Savelkoul.

Track and Field
Rugby Panther Booster Meet

Twenty-four schools participated in the Rugby Panther Booster Track and Field Meet on Thursday, April 16th. Carrington won the boys’ division and Rugby won the girls’ division. Among the teams participating were the Glenburn Panthers and the Mohall Lansford Sherwood Mavericks.

Team Totals: 1. Carrington 103; 2. Rugby 88; 3. Grafton 69; 4. Glenburn 56; 5. tie - DesLacs/ Burlington/Lewis and Clark and Minot 54 each; 7. Harvey/Wells County 52; 8. North Star 41; 9. Devils Lake and Larimore, both with 37 points; 11. Benson County 29; 12. Kidder County/Napoleon 24; 13. Bottineau 19; 14. Langdon 18; 15. Tie between Velva-Drake/Anamoose-Sawyer and Surrey, both with 17 points; 17. Northern Lights 14; 18. Nelson County 7; and 19. Drayton-Valley-Edinburg, New Rockford-Sheyenne, Dunseith, Rolette/Wolford, and Stanley/Powers Lake all with 1 point each.

Glenburn individual scoring:
100 Meter Dash: 6th - Chad Benjamin - 11.97; and 8th - Oscar Troost - 12.08.
200 Meter Dash: 4th - Chad Benjamin - 24.59; and 6th - Oscar Troost - 24.84.
800 Meter Run: 3rd - Josh Copeland - 2:16.77.
1600 Meter Run: 2nd - Josh Copeland - 5:04.39.
3200 Meter Run: 2nd - Josh Copeland - 11:00.51.
4 x 100 Relay: 5th - Glenburn - Alberto Conti, Trent Marquart, Oscar Troost, and Chad Benjamin - 46.97.
Shot Put: 1st - Dustin Weeks - 45’ 5”.
Discus: 2nd - Dustin Weeks - 133’ 0”.

Team Totals: 1. Rugby 145; 2. Carrington 93.5; 3. Langdon 68; 4. Harvey/Wells County 67; 5. Devils Lake 46; 6. DesLacs/Burlington/ Lewis and Clark 35; 7. Tie between New Rockford-Sheyenne, Surrey, and Drayton-Valley-Edinburg - 28 points teach; 10. Kidder County - Napoleon 26; 11. North Star 22; 12. Velva-Drake/Anamoose-Sawyer 21; 13. Westhope/Newburg 20; 14. Larimore 19; 15. Nelson County 18; 16. Bottineau 17.5; 17. Rolette/Wolford 16; 18. Tie between Benson County and Mohall Lansford Sherwood - 10 points each; 20. Grafton 9; 21. Bishop Ryan 4; 22. Pembina County North 3; and 23. Stanley/Powers Lake 2.

Individual Scoring for Mohall Lansford Sherwood:
400 Meter Dash: 7th - Hailee Depute - 1:06.07.
300 Meter Hurdles: 2nd - Hailee Depute - 50.21.

Boys' Pee Wee Basketball
MLS 6th graders win
the Berthold Tournament

Berthold hosted a boys’ 6th Grade Boys’ Basketball Tournament on Saturday, April 11th. Four teams participated in the tournament - Two from Berthold, MLS, and Surrey.

Berthold split their team into two teams to play in the tournament since Kenmare backed out. Score of that game was not made available.

MLS matched up against Surrey in their opening round game and defeated the Mustangs 44 to 27. Scoring for the Mavericks: Ryan Feland 15, Lucas Undlin 14, Stetson Helwig 4, Bryden Santos 4, Corbin Hall 3, Logan Dean 2, and Deacon Johnson 2.

The Mavericks then matched up against the host team, Berthold, for the championship. MLS went on to win that game, beating the Bombers 53 to 14. Individual scoring for the Mavericks: Ryan Feland 20, Lucas Undlin 14, Deacon Johnson 10, Stetson Helwig 5, Javen Adams 2, Bryden Santos 2, and Corbin Hall 2.

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