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Saturday's prep baseball roundup

Scores and highlights from Saturday's area baseball action.

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Fargo Shanley 3, Fargo South 0
FARGO — Two Shanley pitchers combined on a two-hitter against South on Saturday.

Josh Biver got the win, allowing the two hits in 5-1/3 innings and striking out 10. Reliever Elias Harris got the save, striking out three in 1-2/3 hitless innings.

The narrowly outdueled South starter Carson Bevill, who surrendered two earned runs on four hits and struck out five in six innings.

Shanley’s Sam Ovsak had two hits and Jayden Ouart and Avery Haus both had RBIs.

Michael Grensteiner had both of South’s hits.

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GF Central 9, Fargo Davies 3
GRAND FORKS — Grand Forks Central got its offense going in the second and third innings and went on to win Saturday at Kraft Field.

Davies’ Chayse Keller had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run. Blake Chase singled and drove in a run and Brady Haiskanen, Keegan Wessels and Wyatt Kosidowski had the Eagles’ other hits.

GF Red River 13, Fargo Davies 9
GRAND FORKS — Fargo Davies jumped out to a big lead but Grand Forks answered in kind in the middle innings and won the EDC matchup on Saturday at Kraft Field.

Davie led 9-0 heading into the bottom of the third but Central scored five that inning, three in the fourth and five more in the fifth.

Davies’ Brady Hecker and Chayse Keller both had two hits and drove in runs. Jacob Beckman had a hit and three RBIs, Easton Ebeling had a hit and two RBIs, and Wyatt Kosidowski and Brady Haiskanen both had two hits. Keegan Wessels singled and drove in a run.

West Fargo Sheyenne 13, GF Central 10
GRAND FORKS — West Fargo Sheyenne bested Grand Forks Central in a high-scoring EDC game on Saturday.

Moorhead 16, Brainerd 15
BRAINERD — The Spuds had a big offensive game but still had to fend off Brainerd’s rally in its final at bat to nail down the win on Saturday.

Moorhead led by six runs after scoring three runs in the top of the seventh, but the Warriors stormed back with five runs in the home half and had two runners on when the Spuds got two ground outs to end the game.

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The Spuds’ Justin Stalboerger was 4-for-4 with a double and a triple and he drove in four runs. Carter Heinsch had three hits, including two doubles, and drove in three runs, and Arron Reierson had three hits and an RBI. Carter Zimmel hit a solo home run, and Wyatt Tweet, who doubled, and Jack Teiken both had hits and RBIs.

Moorhead 6, Rogers 5
BRAINERD — Wyatt Tweet singled in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth of Moorhead’s win over Rogers on Saturday.

The Spuds led 5-3 after six innings but Rogers scored twice in the top of the seventh to send the game into extra innings.

In the top of the ninth, Rogers put a man on second with one out but Moorhead reliever Zach Taft got a ground out and a pop out to end the threat. In the bottom half, the Spuds’ Arron Reierson and Taft drew back-to-back walks and Tweet lined a single to center to score Reierson.

Carson Zimmel hit his second home run of the day and also doubled and finished with three RBIs. Tweet had three hits and two RBIs and Jack Teiken had two hits and an RBI.

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