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Saturday's metro high school baseball roundup

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Wahpeton 5, Fargo North 4

WAHPETON, N.D. — Wahpeton took down Fargo North on Saturday in an Eastern Dakota Conference matchup.

The Huskies jumped out to a 5-0 lead with three runs in the bottom of the first inning and two more in the bottom of the second. North battled back with three runs in the top of the fourth to cut it to 5-3. The Spartans threatened in the top of the seventh with one run, but that’s as close as they got.

Aaron Breitbach finished 2 for 4, including a solo home run, to lead North. Will Bachman and Joey Bjorkman each had a hit and a run scored.

North finished the regular season at 12-8 overall and 5-5 in the EDC. Wahpeton ended the regular season at 9-10 overall and 5-5 in the conference.

Fargo Davies 10, 14, Jamestown 2, 18

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Jamestown and Fargo Davies split a nonconference doubleheader.

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In the high-scoring second game, Davies scored three or more runs in three different innings, while Jamestown plated five or more runs in three innings. The Eagles led 14-12 after the top of the fourth, but Jamestown plated six in its half of the inning to go up 18-14.

Chayse Keller had a double, drew three walks and drove in four runs for Davies. Easton Ebeling went 2 for 2 with a run and two RBIs. Brady Hiaskanen and Paul Narum each drove in one run.

Hoyt Connor had three hits and two RBIs for Jamestown in Game 2. Regan Sortland tallied two hits and three RBIs.

Davies broke through with its first win of the season in Game 1. All nine Eagles in the lineup had at least one hit and seven had RBIs.

Lincoln Deibert was 3 for 5 and drove in a run, Matthew Nelson was 2 for 4 with two RBIs for the Eagles. Keller, who doubled, Brady Haiskanen and Luke Sikkink all had two hits and an RBI.

Keller got the win, going the distance and allowing two unearned runs on four hits and striking out seven.

Davies capped the regular season at 1-16 overall.

Andover 4, 5, Moorhead 3, 4

ANDOVER, Minn. — Moorhead lost twice on walk-offs against Andover on Saturday.

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In Game 2, the Spuds led 4-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh, but Andover scored four runs, including the tying and winning runs on Davis Gohman’s two-run double.

The Spuds’ Justin Stalboerger was 2 for 3 with an RBI and Brett Letness singled and drove in a run.

In Game 2, a walk, a sacrifice bunt and Michael O’Neill’s single to center gave Andover a ninth-inning walk-off win.

The teams were tied 2-2 after seven innings. Moorhead scored in the top of the eighth when Stalboerger doubled to lead off, moved to third on Jackson Young’s sacrifice bunt and scored on Zach Taft’s sacrifice fly to center. But Andover tied it in the bottom of the inning on Anthony Kuznia’s RBI groundout.

O’Neill got the Spuds out in order in the top of the ninth to help set the stage for his game-winner.

Stalboerger was 3 for 4, Wyatt Tweet and Arron Reierson both had two hits and Young singled and drove in a run for Moorhead.

The Spuds dropped to 9-7 overall.

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