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College baseball: St. John's knocks off Cobbers in MIAC tournament

Isaac Henkemeyer-Howe finished with a team-high three hits for the Cobbers

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ST. PAUL — St. John's came back to defeat Concordia 6-3 on Friday in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball playoffs at CHS Field.

The Cobbers ended the season at 15-16 overall.

Concordia built a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning when Andy Gravdahl hit a two-run single to right field, scoring Jake Christianson and Wyatt Gunkel.

St. John's plated one in the top of the fifth to cut it to 2-1, but Concordia responded in its half of the inning. Isaac Henkemeyer-Howe singled home Gravdahl to put the Cobbers up 3-1.

The Johnnies knotted it at 3-3 in the top of the sixth with Ethan Roe's two-run home run. Owen Dauk hit a sacrifice fly in the top of the seventh to put SJU up for good.

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Henkemeyer-Howe finished with a team-high three hits for the Cobbers. Gravdahl had two hits and two RBIs.

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