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ELC rally falls short in Sheldon

By Staff | Jun 19, 2010

SHELDON – The Estherville Lincoln Central baseball team couldn’t come up with the hits in a non-conference game against Sheldon on Friday.

ELC loaded the bases in the first inning with no outs, but came away with just one run on a groundout by Tyler Lutz.

“After the first inning, their pitcher settled in,” said ELC coach Lee Evans.

ELC trailed 4-1 when the Midgets came up with two runs in the sixth to cut the deficit to one.

Evans said ELC had a rally building in the seventh, but the game ended on a double play.

“We just need to get the bats going,” he said. “We only had three or four hits.

Joel Kazmerzak went the distance on the mound. He gave up nine hits.

ELC (7-6) is at the North Sentral Kossuth Tournament today with an 11 a.m. game against Clay Central-Everly.

The ELC junior varsity fared better as Tucker Milburn pitched a complete game shut-out, 2-0. Milburn had seven strikeouts and two walks.

At the plate, Ty Wilson was 3-4 with four stolen bases an scored both runs. Bryce Hansen was 1-3 with an RBI.

ELC rally falls short in Sheldon

By Staff | Jun 19, 2010

SHELDON – The Estherville Lincoln Central baseball team couldn’t come up with the hits in a non-conference game against Sheldon on Friday.

ELC loaded the bases in the first inning with no outs, but came away with just one run on a groundout by Tyler Lutz.

“After the first inning, their pitcher settled in,” said ELC coach Lee Evans.

ELC trailed 4-1 when the Midgets came up with two runs in the sixth to cut the deficit to one.

Evans said ELC had a rally building in the seventh, but the game ended on a double play.

“We just need to get the bats going,” he said. “We only had three or four hits.

Joel Kazmerzak went the distance on the mound. He gave up nine hits.

ELC (7-6) is at the North Sentral Kossuth Tournament today with an 11 a.m. game against Clay Central-Everly.

The ELC junior varsity fared better as Tucker Milburn pitched a complete game shut-out, 2-0. Milburn had seven strikeouts and two walks.

At the plate, Ty Wilson was 3-4 with four stolen bases an scored both runs. Bryce Hansen was 1-3 with an RBI.