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FEELING RONDON – Vermont third baseman London Meyerdrick (left) runs off to catch Maple River runner Jax Boening during a rundown run between second and third base during non-conference baseball action Friday night at Herb Wolf Field in Vermont. (Photo by Charlie Sorrells)

VERMONT — Class AA-ranked Vermont stormed four runs in the sixth inning on the heels of a delayed Lightning exit from Herb Wolf Field with a 10-run win Friday night.

Right-handed ace Brendan Schmidtek pitched five near-perfect innings of baseball with one hit, while Landin Meyerdirk and Lincoln Baker packed a 1-2 punch from the top of the batting order to power the Cardinals to a 13-3, six in a non-league victory over the Maple River Eagles.

“Brendan was doing a good job spotting the fastball and the rest of his pitches,” he said. said Vermont coach Don Waletich. “Coaches love a guy who gets on the field like he does on the mound. He keeps the defense active, and he’ll sneak in hits here and there.”

Schmidtke showed his excellent command of his deliveries by striking out six without issuing a walk in five innings to earn the win. The Cardinals’ big pitcher held a perfect game through four frames before Maple River’s Aidan Sindelir edged with two outs in the top of the fifth.

While Schmidtke retired the first ten Eagle players he faced, Baker singled twice to drive in three runs and fired the Cardinals’ 9-0 margin through two completed frames.

Meyerdirk, who went 2-for-3, hit a leadoff double in the first inning before easily scooping the bases on Baker’s RBI run for a 1–0 lead.

Cooper Steuber, who went 2-for-4 with three runs scored, set the table for Vermont’s eight-run blast through the bottom of the second. Steuber singled and pulled in second and stayed on a walk to Cole Wiemers.

Meyerdirk singled sharply one out to load the bases before Baker—who went 3-for-5—hit a single to left for a 3-0 win. Then Meyerdirk crossed the plate on Nate Soelter’s RBI single before Jack Kusap was drowned out by Maple River pitcher Asher Krengel.

After a fielder’s pick, Levi Ball and Steuber each reached on eagle errors that allowed three more runs to score for a 7-0 lead. Wimmers then hit a leadoff single during his second trip into the hitting zone in the second for a 9–0 lead.

Unfortunately for the Cardinals, they were stranded by three runners over the next three innings without extending their lead to double figures to set up an early Mercy Rule exit.

Maple River hit three unearned runs via two Vermont defensive errors during the top of the sixth inning before the Lightning forced the game to hold up the game at 9-3 heading into the sixth inning.

Bryce Pewter, who walked, and Landon Fox, who singled, scored for the Eagles when Braxton Simon’s single was thrown to a short run at first base. Simon later scored on a Jax Boening bloop RBI single to narrow the Cardinals’ lead to 9-3.

“I thought our players stayed focused on the task at hand and gave a good reaction after waiting for the weather delay,” he said. Waletich said.

After watching a brief outburst of drizzle from the dugout, the Cardinals removed a tarp around home plate before Stober jumped Vermont’s attempt in the sixth inning to collect the run-base win.

Steuber slapped a leadoff single before Wimmers, Joseph Hackett and Meyerderk walked in consecutive runs, as Steuber and Wimmers scored on wild pitches, respectively.

With courtesy runners Carson Pomerancke and Merdyrk on first and third respectively, Baker appeared to finish the game by lining up one to right. Boomerink scored, but Maerdyrk hit a Maple River kicker at the base line near third and did not score.

However, Kusab ended the suspense by drilling an RBI single ‘out’ in the middle to score Meyerdirk with the game clinching two outs in the last inning of the sixth inning.

Baker finished best with three hits and four RBIs for the Cardinals, while Kosbab went 2-for-4 with one RBI and a run scored.

Mueller walked one during his first inning of two-hit relief for Vermont.

Maple River starter Asher Kringle gave up nine runs—only four of them earned—seven hits, struck out three batters, fanned one, and walked three runs in three innings to clinch the loss.

Vermont (3-0) travels to the Fox Lake Sports Complex in Welcome on Monday for a non-league game against Martin County West.

Maple River (2-1) takes on Bill Blaine at 3 p.m. today at Franklin Rogers Park in Mankato in a non-conference diamond showdown.

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He scored the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Asher Kringle (LL), Landon Fox (4) and Landon Fox, Simon Braxton (4). Brendan Schmidtke (WP), Ben Mueller (6) and Joseph Hackett.

LOB – Fairmont 8, Maple River 2. 2B – Landen Meyerdirk (FMT).

Starting pitcher Joe Long and reliever Cole Brockman together made 10 shooting five-hitters to guide Vermont to a 6-1 victory over Maple River during Vermont’s rookie action Friday.

He struck out seven long hits, walked three times, and allowed one run on four hits in five innings of work for the victory. Brockman struck out three, had two walks and gave up one hit in two shutout innings.

Merrit Pomerenke and Cole Nawrocki each hit two hits to get Vermont’s offense short. Nawrocki scored two runs and had one RBI, while Pomerenki crossed the plate once.

Kellen Fritz contributed one hit and one RBI in the Cardinals’ winning ways, while Connor Sanvig and Nolyn Goerndt each scored one hit.

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Vermont 8, St. James District 3 – A rare 3-0 start to the spring softball season.

Right fielder Tegan Livesay matched the school’s single-game record strikeout mark that she established just three days earlier, and combined with teammate Brylee Miller to serve as offensive picks behind the Cardinals’ 8-3 victory over the Saints Friday night in St. Louis. . mosques.

Livesay, who held the Saints scoreless through the first three innings before a lightning delay, struck out an incredible 18 strikeouts in seven innings of work to earn the win in the complete game. Livesay allowed three runs — two earned three hits and issued five walks in a Big South Conference game.

Livesay also showcased her solid wood by going 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs, while Miller went 4-for-5 with two doubles and two runs scored off the lead in Vermont’s batting order.

Chantel Moeller drilled a double for an RBI single on two of the Cardinal’s official hits, while Nevaeh Rahm hit a double to go with an RBI single and a run scored.

Ava Terver scored for Vermont, while Emily Mueller and Ava Gilmour contributed one singles each to the Cardinals’ 12-hit performance.

St. James’s District starter Lanny Powers gave up eight runs—six of them earned—had a dozen hits, struck out seven and walked six in throwing seven innings.

Vermont (3-0) travels to St. Peter on Tuesday.

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Makenzie Lowry, Tiffany Lowry and Saige Leiding each hit two hits to power Vermont to a 12-2 win over St. James District during the rookie action Friday night in St. James.

Saige Leiding also handled the Cardinals’ pitching duties by striking out four batters in four runs of work to clinch the win.

Jadyn Musser, Abi Sundeen, Makayla Lowry, Haleigh Grotzinger, Brooklyn Murphy, and Reese Olson each contributed one hit each to Vermont’s offensive effort.

Martin County West 9, Madelia 7 Emily Anderson collected two hits, including a two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning, and produced a game-best four RBI to engineer a two-run Mavericks win over the Blackhawks during a non-conference game Friday night in Madelia.

Hannah Rosenberg hit two hits, including a double, crossed the plate three times and collected an RBI single for the Mavericks, while teammate Lena Arnold hit a single, double and one RBI.

Maddie Carlson recorded nine strikeouts and struck out one walk in seven innings pitched that clinched the complete game win for MCW.

Emma Coil hit two HRs en route to three RBIs to top Madelia’s effort.

Blackhawks starting pitcher Corban Tatro allowed seven runs, struck out six, and walked six in ​4 1/3 innings of work to pick up the loss.

Martin County West (2-0) travel to Jackson County Central on Monday night for a non-league game.

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