Ryan Wuertz started for Lake Henry going four and two-thirds innings and giving up four runs on three hits, while striking out six and walking seven. Roger Wuertz came in and earned the win going the rest of the way for the Lakers.
Russ Schaefer pitched the whole game and suffered the loss for the Rangers. Schaefer gave up ten hits and four earned runs, while striking out five.
Ryan Wuertz also led the Lakers in hitting, going 2-4. Mike Stalboerger also contributed going 2-4 with a double and two RBIs.
Nobody for Roscoe was able to get two hits, but Tony Orbeck, Brent Heinen, Mark Winter, and Greg Heinen all had one hit a piece.
Roscoe had two costly errors in the top of the fifth, that ended up causing them the game. Steve Lieser led off the inning with a base hit. He reached second on one of the two Roscoe errors. Roscoe then turned a double play, but then committed another error. Stalboerger then doubled driving in two and Lake Henry went on to win 6-4.
Lake Henry, in first place in the County Line League, will play Farming in Lake Henry on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
Roscoe drops to 7-5 in the league and plays at St. Martin on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
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Regal lost to Litchfield in an exhibition game Friday night at Litchfield by a score of 6-4.
Jeremy Glenz started for Regal and took the loss and was relieved by Scott Klaphake in the eighth.
Regal managed only six hits off of Litchfield pitching, four hits in the inning when they scored three runs and Haines had two hits.
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Regal hosted Sauk Centre Sunday and won over the Titans by the score of 5-1.
Sauk scored one run in the first inning on a walk, a single and a double.
Regal took the lead 2-1 in the second inning. Mike Tangen singled with one out and went to second on a two-out walk to Brad Lieser. A wild pitch moved the runners to second and third. Dave Kemen then hit a two-run single.
Regal added one run in the third on a walk to Mike Beier, a single by Dave Zaeska and a fielders choice.
In the fourth inning Regal made the score 4-1 on a double by Randy Beier, a walk to Brad Lieser, another fielders choice and an RBI single by Scott Klaphake.
Regal made the final score 5-1 in the fifth inning on a solo home run by Jeff Deming.
Mike Beier pitched seven innings with ten strikeouts and got the win. Tim Haines relieved in the eighth.
Regal will play at Paynesville in their final league game on Tuesday, July 7, at 8 p.m.
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Paynesville lost to NL-S 8-3 on Sunday in Spicer.
Jason Schlecht started and pitched strong for Paynesville allowing six runs, but only giving up three in the first six innings of the game.
Chris Stanley and Steve Barten led Paynesville each going 2-4.
The Twins got on the board first when they added one in the bottom of the first inning.
Paynesville and NL-S battled for the next four innings not allowing a run, but both teams had many chances to score.
The Twins added two more in the sixth, and five in the seventh to take an 8-0 lead, but Paynesville wouldnít go easily.
The Pirates added three runs in the top of the eighth and hung close the rest of the way, but in the end it wasnít enough as the Twins defeated the Pirates.
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NL-Spicer: 100 002 50X - 8 10 0
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