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Renville County Farmer
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Muskrats lose their first game
of the season to Burlington


























Pictured above Connor Brackenbury gets thrown out at first, as the Burlington first baseman reaches for the ball on a throw from the shortstop.

The Renville County Muskrats hosted the Burlington Bulldogs for a Legion baseball game on Tuesday, June 16th at Lansford.

Renville County scored the first run of the game, when Isaac Undlin came home on a past ball by the Bulldogs pitcher in the bottom of the first inning. The score remained 1 to 0 in the Muskrats’ favor until the top of the third when Burlington scored their first two runs of the game to take the 2 to 1 lead. However, that lead was short-lived, as the Muskrats came back in the bottom of that inning to score another run of their own to tie things up at 2 all. Then in the top of the fifth inning, Burlington got their bats going and scored 4 runs to take a 6 to 2 lead, and then added another run in the top of the sixth for the 7 to 2 lead. The Muskrats then came up with 3 runs in the bottom of the sixth to cut the lead to just two, 7 to 5. But in the end, it was Burlington who handed the Muskrats their first loss of the season, as both teams would score a run in the seventh inning to make it an 8 to 6 game in favor of the Bulldogs.












Pictured above: Chase Gates, second baseman and second from the right, flips the ball to Talon Thompson at second to get the Burlington runner out. At first and waiting for the throw from Talon is Berkley Santos.

On the mound and going the distance for Renville County was Connor Brackenbury, who took the loss. Brackenbury recorded 6 strike-outs in the game. Behind the plate and doing the catching for Brackenbury was Doug Winzenburg.

For the game, Renville County scored their 6 runs on 5 hits, committed 4 errors, and left 7 men stranded on the bases. Burlington finished with 8 runs on 7 hits, committed 1 error, and left 10 men stranded on the bases.

Credited with hits for Renville County were: Isaac Undlin - a single; Doug Winzenburg - a single; Berkley Santos - two singles; and Statler Olson - a single.

Prior to the Legion game, the two Babe Ruth teams battled it out, with Burlington shutting out the Renville County Mallards 7 to 0.


Muskrats split with Hazen
On Thursday, June 18th the Renville County Muskrats took a long road trip to Hazen for a doubleheader.

In the first game of the doubleheader the Muskrats were defeated by Hazen 15 to 2. On the mound and taking the loss for Renville County was Talon Thompson, with Doug Winzenburg as the catcher. Talon struck out 6 Hazen batters.

For the game, Renville County scored their 2 runs on 7 hits, earned 7 base on balls, committed 3 errors, and left 5 men stranded on the bases. Hazen scored their 15 runs on 12 hits, earned 5 walks, and left 4 runners on the bases.

Talon Thompson lead the team in hitting, as he had 2 hits and scored a run.

Renville County came back and won the second game by the score of 5 to 1. On the mound and getting the win was Connor Brackenbury, with Talon Thompson behind the plate catching. Brackenbury had 7 strike outs, gave up 3 hits, and walked 3 Hazen batters.

For the game, Renville County scored their 5 runs on 5 hits, earned 9 walks, had only 2 batters strike out, and left 8 runners on the bases.

Connor Brackenbury lead the team in hitting as he was 2 for 3 at bat, and scored 2 runs. Talon Thompson was 1 for 3 and scored one run for the Muskrats.



Renville County wins two Legion games at Crosby











Above photo: The Renville County Muskrats have runners on first, Wyatt Schmidt, and second, Berkley Santos, in their game played at Crosby.

Renville County’s Legion baseball team was back on the diamonds on Tuesday, June 23rd when they traveled to Crosby for a doubleheader. The Muskrats came home with two wins.

The Muskrats shut out Crosby in the first game, beating them 10 to 0. Winning battery for the Muskrats was Connor Brackenbury, on the mound, and Doug Winzenburg, behind the plate. Connor gave up just 1 hit in the game, walked 1 Crosby batter, and struck out 7.

For the game, Renville County scored their 10 runs on 10 hits, earned 1 walk, had 1 strike out, and left 5 runners stranded on the bases.












Above Photo: Dalton Moberg stays on second base as the ball lays on the ground between the shortstop and the second baseman.

Game two was also a shut out, as the Muskrats defeated Crosby 12 to 0. On the mound and getting the win for Renville County was Statler Olson, with Henry Savelkoul doing the catching. Olson gave up only 2 hits in the game, while walking 2 batters and stricking out 5.

Earning two hits each in the game were: Talon Thompson, Connor Brackenbury, Doug Winzenburg, and Charlie Eriksmoen.

Renville County finished the game with 12 runs on 13 hits, and left 5 runners stranded on the bases.


Youth Baseball
Mohall at Glenburn

The Mohall Pee Wees and Midgets were in Glenburn on Monday, June 15th to play the Panthers.

Mohall won both of the Pee Wee games, beating Glenburn 14 to 5 in game one, and shutting them out 6 to 0 in game two.

In the Midget game, Mohall defeated Glenburn 22 to 1. On the mound and getting the win for Mohall was Gannon Hall, who was relieved by Steele Olson. Catchers for Mohall were Steele Olson and Joe Savelkoul.

Credited with hits for Mohall in the first Midget game were: Gannon Hall - 4 for 5; Corbin Hall - 2 for 3; Brock Depute - 3 for 4 with a double and a triple; Joe Savelkoul - 3 for 5 with a triple; Steele Olson - 1 for 3; Jerze Jorgensen - 1 for 2; Parker Johnson - 2 for 4; Andrew Dunham - 3 for 3; and Javen Adams - 1 for 2.




























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