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Monday's Metro roundup

By Star Tribune staff reports, 05/02/11, 10:19PM CDT


Maple Grove continues to fire on offense

MAPLE GROVE 4, ANOKA 3: The offensive fireworks that the Crimson have displayed is rubbing off on their entire roster. Junior catcher Shay Torgerson, making his first varsity start of the season, hit a walk-off solo home run with one out in the bottom of seventh inning as the Crimson remained unbeaten with a victory over the Tornadoes in the Northwest Suburban Conference on Monday. The Class 3A, No. 9 Crimson are 11-0 on the season.

ANDOVER 17, PARK CENTER 5: Juniors Patrick O’Donnell and Davis Johnson combined for nine hits and seven RBI, leading the Huskies past the Pirates in the Northwest Suburban. O’Donnell went 5-for-5, including two doubles and a triple, with three RBI while Johnson went 4-for-5, including two doubles, with four RBI.

CENTENNIAL 12, CHAMPLIN PARK 2: The senior trio of Adam LaMere, Derek Haugen and Josh Matheson each hit two home runs as the Cougars routed the Rebels in the Northwest Suburban.

HASTINGS 1, WHITE BEAR LAKE 0: David Schoeberl pitched a complete game shut out, throwing a three-hitter as the Raiders edged the Bears in 10 innings in  the Suburban East. Nick Huemoeller led off the 10th with a double and eventually scored on Austin Nelson’s sacrifice fly.

IRONDALE 2, CHISAGO LAKES 0: Senior Aaron Starr threw a complete game shutout, allowing just three hits while striking out eight in the Knights’ win over the Wildcats in the North Suburban.

ST. PAUL COMO PARK 7, ST. PAUL HARDING 0: Senior Mike Brant hit a grand slam and junior Brandon Langer threw a complete game shutout, striking out six, as the Cougars beat the Knights in the St. Paul City.

TOTINO-GRACE 6, BENILDE-ST. MARGARET’S 2: Ben Meyer threw a three-hitter and hit a solo home run, leading the Eagles past the Red Knights in the North Suburban.

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