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Status: Completed
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Jackson Bulls  0 1 0
Sobieski Skis  2 6 1
Innings: 9
Summary:
WP: Jack Hegarty 9IP 0r 1h 15k 1bb
LP: Tyler Tennyson (Fairmont) 6 2/3IP 2r 6h 5k 0bb 1hp
Ryan Rasche 1IP 0r 0h 0k 1bb
Ray Zalabowski 1/3IP 0r 0h 0k 0bb

Skis:
Beau Hanowski 2-4 run
Scott Litchy 0-3 hp, run
Collin Eckman 1-4 rbi
Joey Hanowski 1-2 rbi
-Jake Kapphahn 0-1 bb
Dusty Parker 0-4
Tyler Jendro 1-3
Dan Marod 1-3
-Jack Hegarty 0-0
Austin Weisz 0-2 sac
Riley Hirsch 0-3

Bulls:
Easton Bahr 1-4
Ryan Rasche 0-3
Andy Wolf 0-3
Chris Gumto 0-3
Mike Wierson 0-3
Blaise Jacobsen 0-3
Keegan Klontz 0-2
-Brett Larson 0-1
Darrius Johnson 0-2
-Tyler Tennyson 0-0
-Ray Zalabowski 0-1
Shad Wacker 0-2 bb

The Sobieski Skis advance to the Class C State Tournament Sweet 16 with a 2-0 shutout over the Jackson Bulls on Sunday in Shakopee.  Jack Hegarty threw a dominating Complete Game against the Bulls, allowing only 1 hit while striking out 15.  The only hit for Jackson was a lead-off infield single by Easton Bahr in the 4th inning.  He was quickly erased attempting to steal by Skis catcher Riley Hirsch, who threw out both would-be base thieves in the game.  Hegarty faced 1 batter over the minimum and allowed only 1 ball out of the infield. That was a fly out to shallow center in the 8th.  Hegarty walked 1 man, but Hirsch gunned him down in the 3rd. The only other base runner the Bulls had was a Sobieski error in the 7th. No Jackson runner advanced to 2nd base as only 1 runner was left on base for the Bulls.  The Jackson starter, Tyler Tennyson, was a draftee from Fairmont.  He was also outstanding but had 1 rough inning and it cost him.  In the bottom of the 3rd, Tennyson got a strikeout of Austin Weisz and then threw out Riley Hirsch who had attempted to bunt for a hit.  With 2 outs, Beau Hanowski lashed a single past 2nd.  Scott Litchy then got hit by a pitch to put 2 men on base.  Collin Eckman then singled to center to drive in Beau Hanowski to make it 1-0, with Parker advancing to 3rd on the hit. On the very next pitch, Joey Hanowski singled to left-center to bing in Parker and it was 2-0.  That was it for the scoring as the Skis only got 3 more base runners for the rest of the game, but those 2 runs were more than enough for Jack Hegarty and Sobieski, who will now face New London-Spicer next Saturday, September 1st at 11:00 am in Shakopee. Jackson ends their season with a record of 19-15 while the Skis improve to 22-0.
Jackson Bulls Sobieski Skis
Aaron Hennes
Adam Olson
Austin Weisz
Beau Hanowski
Ben Hanowski
Brad Czech
Brett M Czajkowski
Chris Reller
Collin Eckman
Daniel Marod
Dusty Parker
Isaac Smieja
Jack Hegarty
Jake Kapphahn
Joey Hanowski
Jonathan Czech
Josh Wenzel
Riley Hirsch
Scott Litchy
Simon Waltman
Thomas Miller
Tyler Jendro
Zachary Opatz