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Cretin-Derham Hall slugs its way past White Bear Lake in five-inning rout

By Trevor Squire, SportsEngine, 05/11/18, 10:45AM CDT

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The Raiders scored seven runs in the first inning, setting up the win to keep them No. 1 in the Suburban East Conference standings.

Cretin-Derham Hall pitcher Peter Udoibok (11) throws against White Bear Lake. The Raiders won 12-1 in five innings. Photo by Carter Jones, SportsEngine

Cretin-Derham Hall pitcher Peter Udoibok (11) throws against White Bear Lake. The Raiders won 12-1 in five innings. Photo by Carter Jones, SportsEngine

Cretin-Derham Hall shortstop Michael Caron (6) swings at a pitch against White Bear Lake. Caron had 2 RBI in the Raiders' 12-1 win over the Bears. Photo by Carter Jones, SportsEngine

Cretin-Derham Hall shortstop Michael Caron (6) swings at a pitch against White Bear Lake. Caron had 2 RBI in the Raiders' 12-1 win over the Bears. Photo by Carter Jones, SportsEngine

First Report

Cretin-Derham Hall senior Michael Caron drove in two runs and scored a pair to help the Raiders rout Suburban East Conference foe White Bear Lake 12-1 Friday afternoon at White Bear Lake High School's South Campus.

Caron, facing a full-count with the bases loaded and two outs, singled through the infield to drive in a run and extend a seven-run first inning that kept Cretin-Derham Hall (8-1, 7-1) atop the league standings.

Grayson Milosch was perfect at the plate with three hits, while Jake Christianson matched Caron for a team-leading two RBI.

Scott Shield scored the Bears' (4-7, 4-5) lone run. Pitcher Trent Schoeberl took the loss, allowing seven hits and nine runs.

Raiders pitcher Peter Udoibok claimed the win, allowing one run and striking out two.

White Bear Lake second basemen Danny Lyons (5) tries to turn a double play against Cretin-Derham Hall at White Bear Lake High School's South Campus on Friday. Photo by Carter Jones, SportsEngine

White Bear Lake second basemen Danny Lyons (5) tries to turn a double play against Cretin-Derham Hall at White Bear Lake High School's South Campus on Friday. Photo by Carter Jones, SportsEngine

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