A new market beats the Faribault Lakers


The New Market Muskies pounced on the Faribault Lakers last night 7-2 like a Muskie jumping from French Lake to Faribault. Faribault city councilor Royal Ross served as public addresser and did a fantastic job.

It was 5-0 after a first inning of 6 hits. Nine batters came to home plate to face left-handed pitcher Egan Bonde. He pitched just 25 pitches in the inning and led the count against most hitters with 8 of the first 9 pitches.

Bonde would only allow one more run for the rest of the course while pitching for 7 1/3 innings.

New Market’s Farmington’s Alex Berreth jumped on the first pitch for a sharp single to set the tone for the inning. Mason Trocke of Burnsville scored a 0-2 RBI brace.

Lakeville’s Brett Herber got the first of his three hits on the night. Carter Hanson of Bloomington shot 0-2 for an RBI brace. Lakeville’s Tyler Wombacher hit his 8th batting for a 2 RBI single.

Scott Lyden of Burnsville finished the first round charts with a single. Former Cannon Falls Bears player Taylor Pagel got an RBI sacrifice fly.

A basic error late in the first inning would cost the Lakers a chance to respond, but they scored two runs late in the second inning.

With a withdrawal, Nick Rost was selected. Dylan Valentina has been taken for a walk. There was a wild throw that pushed the runners forward and a bad throw scored a point. With two strikeouts, number nine batter Adam Kline hit a single RBI.

Early in the third inning, Muskies hitters Wombacher and Lyden hit back-to-back hits (double from Lyden on a 1-2 count) to start the inning. A slapshot charged the bases.

Bonde did a masterful job allowing just one point in the inning on picking a defensive player.

The Lakers certainly had their chances with 9 hits in the game, but couldn’t get many hits. They would end the match with 12 runners remaining on base, 7 in scoring position.

Joey Grote was left at second with a third inning put out. Two riders on the left, one in scoring position in the 4th. Danny Pierce started the 6th inning with a single. Grote took third base with an out with a running alert base when the pitched ball was in the dirt. He would be stuck there.

A single from Matt Lane and a walk from Nick Rost would start the 8th inning. After consecutive strikeouts, Kline would hit a single to charge the bases.

In the ninth inning, Pierce was hit by a pitch and would be blocked in second at the end of the game.

Bonde finished the game with 112 shots, 85 catches, allowing 14 hits, 6 runs, all earned. He had 3 strikeouts, no walks and a batter. Zac Van Thomme ended the game by striking out 4 of the 9 batters he faced.

Van Thomme threw 35 pitches, 23 for catches with 3 hits, 1 earned run, 4 strikeouts, 1 walks.

Nolan Johnson started the game for New Market in the first three innings. He threw 65 shots, 38 catches with 2 earned runs allowed, 4 hits, 2 strikeouts, 1 walks. Alex Berreth had 5 solid innings with no runs allowed, 5 hits, 4 strikeouts, 2 walks, 93 pitches, 56 catches,

Carter Hanson threw 13 pitches in the 9th inning with 8 catches, no runs allowed, no hits and one batter.

It was an error-free match on the pitch for both teams. New Market clubbed 17 hits, Faribault 9 hits.

The Lakers got their game earlier this week in River Falls, Wisconsin, losing 6-5, so they’re now 15-10. Montgomery defeated Webster 6-2, so they are tied with Faribault for the No.3 seed with just a few games left in the regular season.

The top 5 teams receive byes and automatically qualify for the region 3 C playoffs.

In other games involved the teams of the DRS League:

  • Veseli 5 Union Hill 1
  • St. Patrick’s Day 8 Lonsdale 3
  • Waconia 14 Prior Lake MudCats 1

Faribault heads to Prior Lake for a game at 2 p.m. Sunday. New Market is 11-1 and hosts Hampton in a Section 1B game.

Elsewhere, St. Patrick entertains Union Hill at 1:00 p.m. Sunday with the church festival.

These are all departures at 2:00 p.m.

Veseli in Saint-Benoît

Montgomery to Webster

Elko at Miesville in a Section 1B game.

These are amazing.

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