Pitching: Logan Sandgren, BOLD
In his quest for a third consecutive no-hitter, the lefthander had to a settle for a one-hit shutout in BOLD’s 3-0 victory over Osakis. He struck out six and walked five.
Offense: Sam Hentges, Mounds View
The Mustangs cleanup hitter was a home run shy of the cycle, scored three runs and had two RBI. His double in the first inning two-hopped the right field wall. His triple in the third inning four-hopped the left-center field wall.
Defense: Nic Bauer, Kasson-Mantorville
Perham pitcher Eric Brauch led off the sixth inning with a drive to the gap in left center that looked destined for the wall. But left fielder Bauer tracked it down in front of the warning track and reached out to snag it.
By the numbers
12 Three-quarters of BOLD’s roster — 12 of the 16 players — are three-sport athletes.
13, 9 Number of hits and runs scored in three tournament games by Kasson-Mantorville’s Riley Donovan, Wade Starkey and Jayden Prigge, the first three batters in the lineup.
4,982 Attendance at Target Field on Monday.
He said it
“You can always count on Max [Knutson] to throw seven innings and not give up many runs. It felt really good today to put up a lot of hits and runs and take the pressure off him.”
— Sam Hentges, Mounds View junior first baseman