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By Star Tribune staff reports, 04/25/11, 10:55PM CDT


Eden Prairie's Ruemmele throws a no-hitter

EDEN PRAIRIE 2, HOPKINS 1: Tyler Ruemmele wasn’t perfect, but was unhittable. The senior threw a no-hitter, leading the Class 3A, No. 1 Eagles past the Royals in Lake Conference play Thursday afternoon. The senior struck out eight and walked two. He also went 3-for-4 at the plate. Hopkins’ run scored after a walk, an error, and a fielder’s choice.

BENILDE-ST. MARGARET’S 4, ST. LOUIS PARK 3: Robby Sutherland laid down a  bases-loaded bunt single in the bottom of the seventh inning, giving the Red Knights a victory over the Orioles in North Suburban play. Each team scored twice in the sixth inning.

CENTENNIAL 14, PARK CENTER 0: Austin Malinowski struck out 13 batters in five innings of work as the Class 3A, No. 8 Cougars shut out the Pirates in the Northwest Suburban. Malinowski only allowed one hit in the five-inning game due to the 10-run rule.

COON RAPIDS 10, ANDOVER 1: Sophomore Logan Shore went 4-for-4 with a two-run home run and also pitched six innings, allowing just one earned run while striking out 10, as the Cardinals beat the Huskies in the Northwest Suburban.

HASTINGS 1, WOODBURY 0: Senior Tony Hammes’ RBI single scored senior Andrew Lindberg in the top of the 11th inning as the Raiders beat the Royals in a pitcher’s duel in the Suburban East.  Hastings junior Aaron Stoneberg went nine innings, scattering six hits. Junior Ryan Fritze went eight innings for Woodbury, allowing eight hits while striking out seven.

ST. MICHAEL-ALBERTVILLE 7, PRINCETON 0: Senior ace Brian LaVallee was dominant, tossing a no-hitter while striking out 13 and walking three as the Knights beat the Tigers in the Mississippi 8.

WAYZATA 5, MINNETONKA 0: Senior Paul Voelker threw a one-hit shutout with eight strikeouts, leading the Trojans past the Class 3A, No. 7 Skippers in the Lake.

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