In Cal Ripken Sr. League action on July 11, the Twins improved to 10-0 with a 19-6 victory over the Red Sox, and the Cardinals slipped by the Brewers in a 5-4 game.
Games scheduled for July 9 were rained out.
Cardinals 5, Brewers 4
The Cardinals (5-4) pulled off a minor upset with their 5-4 victory over the Brewers (6-3).
Jacob Broux came up with the game-winning hit for the Cardinals, driving in a run with a single.
David Fender finished with a pair of singles for the winning team, Derek Fender had a double and Jakob Holmlund and Tommy Erickson both added one single apiece.
On the mound, Michael Barnaby earned the win for the Cardinals and Holmlund picked up the save.
Isaac Rios led the Brewers at the plate as he belted a triple and a double. Dominic D’Auria added a double, and Ryan Hughes and Drew Debruyne both chipped in with a single apiece.
Babe Ruth League
On Sunday, the Phillies won a pair of games over the Reds in the Babe Ruth League.
The Phillies won by scores of 17-15 and 13-8.
Robert Stodola was the Phillies’ winning pitcher in their 17-15 victory. He pitched two innings, while Nick Anderson, Caden Tchop, Chad Gondik and Cullen Mudrak pitched one inning apiece.
Devon Sullivan-Petti, Jacob Pfau, Josh Tomczak and Foster Stromgren pitched for the Reds. They combined for six strikeouts in six innings.
At the plate, Nicholas Lodahl, Gondik and Mudrak all had two hits apiece for the Phillies. Lodahl finished with four RBIs and Gondik finished with three. Adding one hit each for the Phillies were Tchop, Braden LaPorte, Stodola, Derek Ronding and Joshua LaFlamme. Anderson scored three runs for the Phillies, as did LaPorte and Gondik.
Pfau and Stromgren led the Reds on offense, both going 3-for-4. Stromgren counted a triple among his three hits to finish with four RBIs, and Pfau had a double. Tomczak added two hits and two RBIs, and Carter Kolstad went 2-for- 3 with one RBI. Jeremy Flaherty and Dillon Sanda also had one hit each for the Reds.
In their 13-8 win, the Phillies trailed until a nine-run fifth inning put them in front. The Reds led 8-3 through three innings but didn’t score again in the final four innings.
Anderson struck out three and gave up one hit in two innings to earn the win for the Phillies.
Tchop, Mudrak, Anderson, LaPorte, Stodola, LaFlamme and Lodahl all had one hit apiece for the Phillies. Gondik scored three runs and had three RBIs.
Josiah Mcdonald was 3-for-4 with one RBI, and Sanda was 2-for-4 with one RBI for the Reds. Kolstad, Pfau, Kyle Gondek and Stromgren all had one hit each.
The Superior Reds defeated the West Duluth Cubs 8-2 Friday at Wade Stadium.
Spencer Severson pitched five innings with four hits, three walks and six strikeouts to earn the win for the Reds. Ryan Myhre threw the last two innings to earn the save. He allowed one hit while walking none and striking out four.
Jordan Hughes and Colton Yepma both had a pair of hits to lead the Reds. Nik Mattson, Severson, Tyler Long and Dane Sislo added one hit apiece. Taavi Mattson and Long finished with two RBIs each.
For West Duluth, Addison Aparicio led the Cubs with two hits and one run scored.
The Reds host Virginia at 6 p.m. today.
Superior Reds 101 212 1 — 8 9 2
West Duluth Cubs 010 010 0 — 2 5 2