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HIBBING - The Superior High School baseball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a 4-2 win over the Hibbing Blue Jackets in the opening round of the Mike Bugliosi "Wood Bat" Classic Friday night at Al Nyberg Field. The Spartans (11-5) rode the pitching of sophomore Jordan McDonald, who tossed a complete-game three-hitter with two strikeouts and one walk. "Jordan did a nice job of throwing strikes early in the count," SHS coach Don Dembroski said. He also got some good defense behind him.
The Superior High School baseball team returned to Morrie Arnovich Field for the first time in more than a month but failed to capitalize on any home-field advantage as they were swept by the Grand Rapids Thunderhawks 12-4 and 6-2 Tuesday evening. After going 2-1 at home to start the season, the Spartans (10-4) eventually went on a nine-game road trip that lasted 34 days. Playing away from home didn't seem to faze the Spartans that much as they won eight of nine games and defeated such nemeses as Hermantown, Duluth East, Cloquet and Duluth Denfeld. Also among the wins was a doubleheader swe
PROCTOR -- The Superior High School baseball team's 10-game winning streak came to an abrupt end with a 11-1 six-inning loss to the Proctor Rails Tuesday evening at Terry Egerdahl Memorial Field. After losing their opening game of the season 10-0 to Duluth Denfeld, Superor (10-2) used key hitting, great pitching and stellar defense to win its next 10 games. The Spartans got none of the above Tuesday night as they committed a handful of errors and managed just six hits while Proctor banged out 12, including four doubles. Kyle Wilander started on the mound for Superior, allowing eight runs (f
DULUTH -- Reserves Kyle Wilander and Jordan McDonald led the Superior High School baseball team to its 10th straight victory Thursday afternoon at UMD's Bulldog Park as the Spartans defeated Duluth Marshall 14-2 in five innings. Wilander, a senior, got his first start of the season at third base and went 2-for-2 with five RBIs, while McDonald was the winning pitcher and went 1-for-2 offensively with two RBIs. McDonald allowed five hits with four strikeouts and one walk in his first varsity victory of the season. Grant Rindal added two hits and an RBI; Taylor Olson doubled and knocked in two
The Superior High School baseball team improved to 9-1 on the season Tuesday evening with a second-straight come-from-behind victory. The Spartans defeated the Menomonie Indians 4-2 in game one of the doubleheader then rallied from a 9-1 deficit to win 10-9 Monday night at Wakanda Park in Menomonie. The Spartans needed another comeback Tuesday as they scored four runs in the seventh inning in an 11-9 win over Duluth Denfeld at Wade Stadium. Ironically, both Superior rallies came after rain delays. The Spartans were leading the Hunters 7-6 in the sixth inning when rain forced a 30-minute de
CLOQUET -- The Superior High School baseball team made it six wins in a row with a 5-4 win over the Cloquet Lumberjacks Thursday evening at Ed Mittner Field. After losing their opening game to Duluth Denfeld, the Spartans have now won six straight games to improve to 6-1. They are also in first place in the Lake Superior Conference with a 4-1 record. Cloquet, which entered the game ranked No. 12 among AA teams in Minnesota, falls to 4-2 overall and 1-1 in the LSC. SHS starting pitcher Ryan Myhre picked up the win.
The Superior High School baseball team won its fifth straight game with an 11-6 win over the Duluth East Greyhounds Tuesday evening at Duluth Central. The Spartans (5-1) rode the arm of Dylan Ramage, who improved to 2-0 on the season. The junior allowed four runs (two earned) on six hits in six innings.
HERMANTOWN -- Dylan Ramage tossed a complete-game shutout and the Superior High School baseball team defeated the Hermantown Hawks 6-0 Monday evening at the Don Fichtner Memorial Field. Ramage scattered seven hits with six strikeouts and two walks as the Spartans improved to 3-1 on the season. Superior also had seven hits, including two singles and an RBI from Ramage, a two-run triple from Kellen McCoshen; RBI singles from Nick Sitek and Justin Andrews, a double from Taylor Olson and a single from Grant Rindal. For Hermantown, Mike Swartz, Adam Krause and Mike Stocke had two his apiece and
The Superior High School baseball team swept a doubleheader from the Rice Lake Warriors Thursday evening at Morrie Arnovich Field, winning by scores of 17-6 and 24-4. Both games lasted just five innings. Ryan Myhre was the winning pitcher in the opener, allowing 12 hits with five strikeouts in four innings. Jordan McDonald allowed one hit in a scoreless fifth inning. The Spartans touched Rice Lake pitching for 16 hits. Zach Magdzas doubled twice, singled, drove in three runs and score three runs.
The Superior High School baseball team struggled in its season opener losing to Duluth Denfeld 10-0 in five innings Tuesday evening at Morrie Arnovich Field. Hunter pitcher Mitch Svihel kept the Spartans' bats in check, allowing just one hit with four strikeouts and two walks. Superior's only hit was a one-out first-inning single by Taylor Olson. Only three other Spartans reached base as Rob Dembroski and Dylan Ramage drew two-out walks in the fourth inning and Nate Hals walked to lead off the fifth. Dembroski suffered the loss for Superior, allowing 10 runs on six hits, four strikeouts an