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Renville County Farmer
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KBMLS defeats DLB-Berthold















Pictured above: Sierra Linstead, pitcher for KBMLS, makes a throw over to Kilee Radzwill at 1st base to get the DLB-Berthold runner out.

A girls’ fastpitch softball game was played in Mohall on Monday, April 20th when KBMLS hosted DesLacs/Burlington-Berthold.

KBMLS had a strong showing at bat in the first game, as they batted through their entire order in the first and fourth inning. The local girls hit the ball well early in the game, but DLB-Berthold struggled with walks toward the end of the game. Madison Deckert got a double in the third inning, and Sierra Linstead got a double in the fourth, earning two RBIs. KBMLS went on to win the game by the ten run rule, 13 to 3 in five innings. The game ended with a nice catch in left field by Karris Murry of KBMLS.
















Pictured above: A runner from DLB-Berthold attempts to steal second. The throw from Justice Brown goes over Emily Abernathey’s head. There to back up Abernathey was Calli Brackenbury, the 2nd baseman.

On the mound and getting the win for KBMLS was Sierra Linstead. She faced a total of 24 batters, striking out 6, and giving out 3 walks in the five inning game.

The second game didn’t even make it through the first inning, as the Lakers scored two runs in the top of the first and then struggled defensively with KBMLS. DLB-Berthold walked 8 kids, had three errors, and allowed KBMLS to score 12 runs. With just two outs, the DLB coach called the game, giving KBMLS the win.

On the mound and pitching for KBMLS was Kilee Radzwill. In just one inning, she struck out 2 batters, walked one, and allowed 2 hits.


Muskrats defeat Ray
















Brett Froseth, left, makes a play at third and throws the ball over to Berkley Santos, right, first baseman. Also pictured in the middle of the photo is Connor Brackenbury, shortstop.

A boys’ high school baseball game was played in Lansford on Friday, April 24th when the MLSGKB Muskrats hosted the Ray Jays.

Ray jumped out to an early lead in the first game, as they came up with 5 runs on 5 hits and never scored again in the game. The Muskrats scored 2 runs in the bottom of the first and another 4 runs in the bottom of the second for the 6 to 5 lead. KBMLS would add another run in the bottom of the third and then came up with another 4 runs in the bottom of the fifth for the 11 to 5 victory.

On the mound and getting the win for the Muskrats was Dalton Moberg. He was relieved in the sixth inning by Hunter Rodin, who was credited with the save. Moberg faced 23 batters, striking out 1, walking 1, and allowing 6 hits. Rodin faced 8 batters, striking out 1, walking 1, and didn’t allow any hits.





















Dalton Moberg, an 8th grader for the MLSGKB Muskrats, was on the mound for the Muskrats in their game against Ray on April 24th. He was credited with the win.

For the game, MLSGKB scored their 11 runs on 10 hits, and left 7 men stranded on the bases. Credited with hits for the Muskrats were: Chase Gates, a single; Statler Olson, two singles and a double; Talon Thompson, a triple; Wyatt Schmidt, two doubles; Berkley Santos, a single; and Hunter Rodin, two singles.

Ray finished the game scoring 5 runs on 6 hits and left 5 men stranded on the bases.

The second game of the day was also won by the Muskrats, however, a final score and stats were not provided for that game.


Varsity Track
Charlie Hanneman Memorial Track and Field Meet at Rugby





















Hailee Depute, a senior for the MLS Mavericks, scored a total of 19.25 points for the Mavericks at the meet in Rugby on April 28th. With these 19.25 points, she has now scored over 1,000 points in her varsity track career. She is coached by her dad, Mickey Depute.

The MLS Mavericks took part in the Charlie Hanneman Memorial Track and Field Meet which was held in Rugby on Tuesday, April 28th.

GIRLS’ DIVISION:
MLS finished 8th out of 22 teams with a total of 38 points. Scoring for the Mavericks:

Hailee Depute: 1st in the 300 Meter Hurdles; 4th in the 200 Meter Run; and 5th in the 400 Meter Run.
Macy Sundahl: 3rd in Javelin; and 4th in Shot Put.
Skylar McLain: 7th in Discus; and 8th in Shot Put.
Emily Brendsel: 8th in Discus.
400 Meter Relay: 7th - Morgan Depute, Summer Smith, Leah Feland, and Trinity Guenthner.
800 Meter Relay: 8th - Morgan Depute, Summer Smith, Hailee Depute, and Trinity Guenthner.

BOYS’ DIVISION:
The Mavericks finished 14th with 9 points. Scoring for MLS:

Tanner Driscoll: 5th in High Jump; 6th in 200 Meter Dash.
800 Meter Relay: 7th - Dillon Mortensen, Beau Driscoll, Patrick Smith, and Tanner Driscoll.


Girls' Golf
Stanley Meet

On Thursday, April 30th, the MLS junior high and varsity girls’ golf teams were in Stanley for a meet.

The girls’ junior high golf meet was just 9 holes. Medalist for the day was Autumn Smith of MLS with a 57. Finishing second at the meet was Fischer Ackerson of MLS with a 61.

Also golfing on the junior high team from MLS was Kaitlynn Kinkead, who finished the meet with an 83.

A girls’ varsity meet was also held that day. The girls golfed a total of 18 holes in that division.

The only varsity golfer for MLS is Delaine Hanson, who finished in a tie for 6th place. Delaine finished with a 61 on her first 9 holes and then recorded a 51 on the back 9 holes for a total of 112 for the day.

The MLS girls’ golf teams are coached by Mr. Cody Beck.




























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