New York Mills scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for a 6-5 win over Floodwood in a Minnesota Class A high school baseball quarterfinal game Thursday.
Kasson-Mantorville scored three runs in the sixth inning to break open a tie game and beat Hermantown 4-1 in a Minnesota Class AA high school baseball quarterfinal Thursday.
New York Mills scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, with pinch-runner Tyler Ehnert beating an infield throw home for the winning run, in a 6-5 victory over Floodwood tonight in a Class A high school baseball quarterfinal at the Mini-Met.
Pitcher Joey Hyde scattered six hits and Kasson-Mantorville scored three runs in the sixth inning off his counterpart, Kevin Folman, to defeat Hermantown, 4-1, today in a Minnesota Class AA state tournament quarterfinal at Dick Putz Field.
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