Monday's prep baseball roundup

Scores and highlights from Monday's prep baseball action.

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Fargo Shanley 10, GF Red River 0
WEST FARGO — Shanley starter Elias Harris fired a three-hitter and the Deacons scored five runs in the top of the fifth to end the Eastern Dakota game after six innings.

Jordan Leininger singled and drove in four runs, Jayden Ouart singled and drove in two runs and Landon Meier also had two RBIs. Tommy Simon doubled twice and had an RBI and Boden Meier singled and drove in a run.

Harris went all six innings, allowing three hits, no walks and he struck out six.

Fargo Shanley upped its records to 5-1 in the Eastern Dakota Conference and 9-3 overall.

West Fargo Sheyenne 4, GF Red River 3
WEST FARGO — Sheyenne ensured Red River would leave Fargo with two losses by downing the Roughriders in an EDC game Monday.


West Fargo Sheyenne improved to 7-2 in the conference and 10-7 overall while Red River fell to 4-3 in the EDC and 8-3 overall.

West Fargo 8, Valley City 3
VALLEY CITY — West Fargo set the tone early and delivered the final blow late in a EDC win over the Hi-Liners on Monday.

The Packers took a 5-1 lead after two innings, then scored three in the final two frames.

West Fargo’s Mason Stoelting was 4-for-5 with two doubles and he drove in a run, and Griffin Staahl was 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Seth Wigestrand and Jaden Grefsrud both had two hits and drove in a run.

Tanner Larson got the win in relief, allowing just one hit in four scoreless innings and striking out two. Ethan Smith set the Hi-Liners down on nine pitches in the seventh.

West Fargo is 7-0 in the EDC and 10-3 overall while the Hi-Liners are now 3-5 in the conference and 5-7 overall.

Aberdeen Central 7, 10, Fargo Davies 1, 0
FARGO — Aberdeen Central scored seven runs in the third inning and three more in the fourth and final inning of Game 2 to sweep a doubleheader against Davies on Monday.

In Game 2, Aberdeen pitcher Josh Steinwandt walked five but allowed just one hit in four innings and he struck out six. Josh Beckman had Davies’ lone hit.


In Game 1, Aberdeen broke open a scoreless game with a four-run fourth inning, which proved more than enough for Central pitchers Brock Martin and Nick Clemens. Martin went six innings, allowing a run on two hits and striking out 12. Clemens walked three in the seventh but also struck out three.

Matthew Nelson and Jackson Sturma had Davies’ hits and Chayse Keller drove in a run.

Fargo Davies dropped to 0-12 overall.

Kindred 14, Fargo Oak Grove 3
FARGO — Kindred had just seven hits but took advantage of five Oak Grove errors to score 11 unearned runs in a win on Monday.

Jonathan Asche, Jake Wolf and Mayson Hjermstad had Oak Grove’s three hits.

Kindred’s Carter Schmitz had two hits and drove in two runs and Jeremiah Dockter doubled and drove in two runs.

Moorhead 11, St. Cloud Tech 4
MOORHEAD — Moorhead took care of business throughout its lineup, scoring in all but one inning and pulling away from St. Cloud Tech on Monday.

Nine Spuds collected the team’s 10 hits, nine players scored runs and eight drove in runs.


Wyatt Tweet tripled and drove in two runs and Carter Heinsch doubled and had two RBIs. Zach Taft was 2-for-3 and was the only Spud with more than one hit.

Brett Letness got the win and Arron Reierson and Logan Hilber pitched the final 2-1/3 innings.

Moorhead upped its overall record to 7-5.

Perham 2, 8, D-G-F 1, 2
DILWORTH — Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton dropped a pair of games to Perham on Monday.

In Game 2, the Rebels tied the game 2-2 in the top of the fifth on Austin Anderson’s second solo home run of the day, but Perham answered with four runs in the bottom of the inning and scored two more in the sixth.

Perham pitcher Ashton Detloff limited the Rebels to an earned run on three hits and struck out six.

Jordan Summers doubled in a run in the third inning and Kaden Altobelli had the Rebels’ other hit.

In Game 1, the teams were tied 1-1 through five innings but Perham’s Chas Melvin led off the sixth with a single and moved to third on a Rebels error. Rian Solberg’s groundout brought home Melvin with the go-ahead run.


Perham pitcher Austin Aanenson set the Rebels down in order in the sixth. He hit a batter with two outs in the seventh but got a strikeout to end the game.

Aanenson allowed only one hit — Anderson’s solo home run in the third inning — and he struck out five.

D-G-F fell to 6-5 overall and is 5-2 in the Heart O’ Lakes Conference while Perham improved to 12-0 in the Heart O’ Lakes and 16-0 overall.

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