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New London-Spicer Twins  2 9 2
Sobieski Skis  5 7 0
Innings: 9
Summary:

WP: Jack Hegarty (2-0) 9IP 2r 7h 7k 0bb
LP: Adam Nibauer 2 1/3IP 4r 3h 1k 2bb 1hp
Austin Versteeg (Starbuck) 5IP 1r 3h 6k 2bb
Jeremy Hindercks (Sacred Heart) 2/3IP 0r 1h 0k 0bb

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

Twins:
Jake Rambow 2-4
John Perkins 0-4
Mike Danielson 0-4
Scott Rambow 0-4
Austen Hadley 2-4 Hr, 2B, rbi, run
Wyatt White 2-4 sb, run
Austin Rambow 2-4 rbi
Andrew Bangen 1-3
-Adam Nibauer 0-0
-Austin Versteeg 0-0
-Jeremy Hindercks 0-0
Ben Kulset 0-3

The Sobieski Skis defeated the New London-Spicer Twins 5-2 in Shakopee on Saturday to advance to the State Tournament Quarterfinals.  Jack Hegarty threw a Complete Game for the 2nd weekend in a row, striking out 7.  After both Hegarty and Twins starter Adam Nibauer worked 1-2-3 innings in the 1st, New London-Spicer scored in the top of the 2nd when Wyatt White beat out an infield single with 2 outs, stole 2nd and then scored on a hit to right by Austin Rambow to make it 1-0.  Hegarty then fanned Andrew Bangen to end the inning.  In the bottom of the 2nd, Sobieski got their first base runner against Nibauer when Dusty Parker was hit by a pitch with 1 out. However, Parker was thrown out attempting to steal for the second out. Tyler Jendro earned a walk but the Skis left a man on base on a force out off the bat of Dan Marod.  NLS got another infield hit in the 3rd with 1 out but left him on base when Hegarty got a ground out to 1st and a fly out to Centerfielder Beau Hanowski.  Sobieski then took the lead in the bottom of the 3rd, knocking out the Twins starter Adam Nibauer in the process. Nibauer got Austin Weisz to fly out to center after a lengthy at-bat to start the inning, but then Riley Hirsch lined a single to right to collect the Skis first hit of the game.  That brought up Beau Hanowski, who had taken an extremely rare for Beau strikeout in his first trip to the plate.  Beau wasted no time this time around, roping a double to score Hirsch from 1st and the game was tied 1-1.  Then it was Scott Litchy’s turn. He also doubled to drive in Hanowski to make it 2-1.  Collin Eckman then hit a grounder to shortstop. With Litchy breaking for 3rd on contact, the throw to the base was dropped for an error and Litchy dashed for home to make it 3-1, with Eckman going to 2nd on the play.  Eckman then swiped 3rd cleanly and Wolfe issued a walk to Joey Hanowski and that spelled the end of the day for Nibauer. He gave way to Austin Versteeg, a draftee from Starbuck.  He promptly uncorked a wild pitch to score Eckman and it was 4-1. Versteeg then got a strikeout and ground out to finally get out of the 3rd but now the Skis led 4-1.  The Twins got 1 of those runs back in the top of the 4th when Austen Hadley Homered with 1 out to make it 4-2.  After a fly out to right fielder Dusty Parker, back-to-back hits by Austin Rambow and Andrew Bangen brought the potential go-ahead run to the plate.  Jack Hegarty got Ben Kulset to ground out to 2nd baseman Joey Hanowski to keep it a 4-2 game.  Hegarty allowed a lead-off single to Jake Rambow in the top of the 5th but then picked him off.  A strikeout and pop up to shortstop then ended the inning.  The Skis didn’t do much in their half of the 5th either, on 2 strikeouts and a grounder to 2nd.  Hegarty quickly set the Twins down in order in the 6th, aided by a nice diving catch in right by Dusty Parker.  Parker led off the bottom of the 6th by bouncing out to 3rd before Tyler Jendro walked.  Dan Marod then hit a ball towards 2nd, where Austen Hadley attempted to tag Jendro and then throw to 1st to complete a double play. However, Hadley lost control of the ball on the tag of Jendro instead of the inning-ending double play, the Skis had runners at 1st and 2nd with 1 out.  Austin Weisz then drilled a single up the middle, as Jendro slid in safely ahead of the throw to make it 5-2.  Dan Marod advanced to 3rd on the play.  But Marod got caught in a brief rundown after a failed squeeze bunt attempt and was quickly tagged out. A fly ball to center then ended the 6th with Skis in front 5-2.  Jack Hegarty came out and retired NLS on just 5 pitches, and after the Skis stranded Beau Hanowski at 2nd in the bottom of the 7th, Hegarty needed just 6 pitches to get 3 outs in the 8th.  In the bottom of the 8th, Tyler Jendro and Dan Marod both singled with 1 out but didn’t advance on a pair of fly outs to center to send the game to the 9th.  With 1 out in the 9th, Austen Hadley doubled, followed by a single from Wyatt White to bring the tying run to the plate with 1 out.  Hegarty then got a pitch in on the hands of Austin Rambow, who tapped the ball to the 1st base side of the mound.  Hegarty fielded the ball, fired to Collin Eckman at 2nd who then relayed it back to Tyler Jendro to complete the game-ending 1-6-3 double play to finish off the 5-2 win for Sobieski.  New London-Spicer ends their season with a record of 25-6 while the Skis are now 23-0 and will take on the Sartell Muskies in the Quarterfinals on Sunday at 1:30 pm in New Prague.
New London-Spicer Twins 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