Greg Heinen started and got the loss for the Rangers, with Brent Heinen, Chris VanderBeek, and Russ Schaefer throwing relief in the game for the Rangers.
Tony Orbeck led the way for the Rangers in hitting going 3-5 with a home run. Brent Heinen went 3-6, also with a home run, in the game for Roscoe.
The Rangers didnít help themselves out in the field, they committed eight errors in the game.
In the first Roscoe and Richmond each scored three runs in the inning. Brent Heinen had a solo home run in the inning.
Richmond took a 4-3 lead when they scored one in the bottom of the third.
Roscoe came right back to tie the game in the top of the fourth though, however, it didnít last as Richmond scored six runs in the bottom of the fifth to take a 10-4 lead.
Orbeck provided the next spark for the Rangers when he hit a two-run homer in the top of the seventh to make the score 11-6.
Richmond then scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh, and two in the eighth.
Roscoe had two in the top of the ninth, with Rick Mackedanz hitting a solo home run, but it wasnít enough as the Rangers lost.
Roscoe 300 100 222 -10 17 8
Richmond 301 061 32X -16 13 3
St. Martin 8
Lake Henry 6
Lake Henry lost to St. Martin 8-6 on Wednesday night, and was eliminated from the playoffs.
Roger Wuertz started on the mound for the Lakers, he was relieved by Ryan Wuertz who got the loss, with Mike Stalboerger closing the game out.
Jeff Olmscheid led the Lakers in hitting going 2-3 in the game. Tim Lieser had a good night also, going 2-4 with a home run in the first inning.
Lake Henry scored first in the bottom of the first with a two-run home run by Lieser.
St. Martin took the lead in the third when they scored three runs in the top of the inning, sparked by a Jesse Thelin home run.
Lake Henry tied the game in the bottom of the third but fell behind again as St. Martin scored one run in each of the fourth and fifth innings.
The Lakers didnít give up as they tied the game at five when they added two in the bottom of the fifth.
But once again St. Martin was able to regain the lead by scoring three runs in the top of the sixth inning.
Lake Henry only was able to get one run and as a result fell short and lost.
The Lakers didnít help their pitchers defensively as they commited seven errors in the game.
St. Martin 003 113 000 - 8 13 0
Lake Henry 201 021 000 - 6 12 7
Regal traveled to Dick Putz Field in St. Cloud to take on OíHaraís Wed-nesday night and lost by the score of 7-4.
Leading hitters for Regal were: Mike Beier, 2-5 with a double and an RBI; Tim Haines, 3-5; Jeff Deming 2-5 with an RBI; Randy Beier, 2-4; Aaron Schultz, 2-4; Dave Kemen, 2-4 with two RBIs.
Jeremy Glenz was the starting pitcher for Regal and was relieved by Tim Beier in the seventh inning who took the loss.
Regal 000 001 120 - 4 14 2
OíHaraís 000 010 33X -7 16 1
St. Michael 13
On Friday Regal traveled to St. Michael for their last regular season game of the year and lost to the Saints by the score of 13-4.
Leading hitters for Regal were: Mike Beier, 2-4 with two RBIs; Tim Haines, 2-3 with an RBI; Jeff Deming, 2-3 with an RBI.
Regal took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Mike Beier led off with a single and stole second. A passed ball moved Beier to third and Haines doubled scoring Beier.
St. Michael tied the score at one apiece with a solo home run in the second. And scored a single run in the fourth inning.
In the fifth Regal got the lead back scoring three runs. Dave Kemen, Mike Beier and Haines all singled in the inning and Deming added a run scoring double.
St. Michael took the lead for good in their half of the fifth inning scoring three runs. This made the score 5-4 in St. Michaelís favor.
St. Michael scored eight runs in the sixth inning to make the final score 13-4.
Haines started pitching and was the loser and was relieved in the fifth by Mike Beier and Brad Lieser pitched the last inning.
Regal 100 030 0 - 4 7 1
Saints 010 138 X - 13 16 1
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