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(KMAland) -- Glenwood picked up two huge wins over Harlan, Stanton's bats got rolling late and Treynor picked up an impressive win over Tri-Center. 

H-10: Lewis Central 6 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1) 

Jordan Wardlow hit his sixth home run and drove in two runs, and Jonah Pomrenke added a hit and two RBI. Jake Powell also went deep for the Titans, which got a complete game, one-hit, eight-strikeout shutout from JC Dermody.

Shenandoah's lone hit came from Kyle Cerven.

H-10: Lewis Central 15 Shenandoah 0 (Game 2) 

The Titans pounded out 19 hits, including three hits, two RBI and two runs scored from Bryson Sharon. Britton Bond blasted a home run and drove in four runs, and Jake Powell and Johnathan Hemmingson had three hits each.

Jonah Pomrenke, Easton Dermody, Jordan Wardlow and Cael Malskeit also had two hits each. Dermody drove in three runs, and Powell drove in two. Powell and Nolan Miller combined on a one-hit shutout.

Kyle Cerven again had Shenandoah's lone hit of the night.

H-10: Clarinda 5 Atlantic 3

Jakob Childs pitched five innings and allowed zero earned runs. Cooper Neal then pitched the final two innings for the save.

H-10: Glenwood 7 Harlan 4 (Game 1)

Colton Schutte earned the win on the mound for the Rams in their triumph over state ranked Harlan. Logan Strong had three hits including a clutch two-run double in the seventh.

H-10: Glenwood 12 Harlan 11 — 8 inn (Game 2)

Cade Van Ness homered and picked up the win with several dominant relief innings to lead Glenwood. Andrew Holiday and Colton Schutte added two RBI each, and Eli Bales had the game-winning sacrifice fly.

NC: Clarke 11 Red Oak 2 

Garrett Couse had two hits, and Colton Kinnison and Dawson Bond drove in one run each for Red Oak in the loss. Clarke turned a 4-2 game into a rout with a seven-run seventh.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 14 Creston 5 (Game 1) 

Nathan Gallup had three hits and four RBI to lead Denison-Schleswig's 12-hit attack. Dawson Dorhout added three hits, three RBI and four runs scored, and Sean Moran drove in three runs. Braiden Heiden had two hits at the plate and struck out 10 in six innings to get the win.

Creston's Brayton Chesnut and Evan Bruce drove in two runs each.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 18 Creston 5 (Game 2) 

The Monarchs put up eight runs in the second and five each in the third and fifth innings on their way to another dominant win. Braiden Heiden drove in three, and Dawson Dorhout, Austin Freese and Dylan Gehlsen had two RBI each.

Creston's Eli Loudon and Luke Latham had two hits each, and Gavin Gillam drove in two.

NC: Stanton 12 Bedford 5

Stanton scored eight unanswered runs and relied on a six-run seventh inning to secure the victory.

Thomas Bates drove in five runs with his 2-for-5 performance, Drake Johnson went 3-for-4 with two RBI, scored two runs and snagged four bases. Tyler Peterson went 2-for-4 with two runs scored.

Bedford's offense was paced by two RBI apiece from Dylan Swaney and Jordan Perkins.

NC: Woodbine 17 East Mills 10 

Clay Kuhlman had a team-high three hits with two RBI while Brandon Bantam added two hits, four RBI and two runs scored. Layne Pryor doubled among two hits, drove in three and scored three times.

Other multi-hit games for Woodbine came from Alex Bantam, Cory Bantam and Cody Brunow.

WIC: Underwood 2 AHSTW 1

Nick Ravlin and Clayton Akers engaged in a pitcher's duel, but in the end it was Ravlin who emerged victorious.

Underwood's offense was guided by two hits from Kyler Rodenburg and Zach Teten. Sam Porter had a triple for AHSTW. 

WIC: Treynor 11 Tri-Center 5

Will Halverson had three hits while Jaxon Schumacher drove in three runs and notched a triple for Treynor in the victory.

Nate McCombs threw six innings, struck out seven and allowed just two earned runs. McCombs also had to two hits, a double and an RBI.

Tri-Center's offense was paced by two hits apiece from Jaxon Johnson and Leyton Nelson  

WIC: Missouri Valley 6 Logan-Magnolia 2

Connor Lange earned the victory on the mound, went 3-for-4 at the plate, drove in a run and scored three times. Nick Tennis went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Cole Lange posted two hits and a RBI.  

WIC: IKM-Manning 22 Riverside 8 

Alex Lingle went 5-for-5 with a home run, a triple, three RBI and four runs scored to lead the way for the Wolves. Ethan Carter chipped in four hits and three RBI.

POI: Southwest Valley 11 Nodaway Valley 10

Southwest Valley scored five runs in the seventh to pick up the wild win.

Mason Menefee had two hits, three RBI and two runs scored for Nodaway Valley in the loss. Brady Hilpipre added a double and drove in two.

POI: Mount Ayr 10 Lenox 4 

Cullen Wood led Lenox with two hits and an RBI.

POI: Southeast Warren 6 Wayne 1 

Southeast Warren stayed undefeated behind a 12-strikeout, two-hit performance from Tanner Dierking on the mound. Kaleb Bauer and Bryce Hall added two hits and two RBI at the plate.

POI: Martensdale-St. Mary's 11 Central Decatur 1  

Carson Elbert had two hits and two RBI, Cael Cassady added a pair of hits and Jack Franey doubled in two runs to lead the Blue Devils.

Michel Evertsen drove in the lone run for the Cardinals in the defeat.

RVC: CAM, Anita 11 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Colby Rich topped CAM with three hits, including a double and a triple, and drove in two runs. DeShawn Carr added a two-hit game for the Cougars, who got five strong inning and 13 strikeouts from Isaac Bower.

Karter Kennebeck drove in a run for the Wildcats.

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Abraham Lincoln 4 (Game 1)

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 16 Abraham Lincoln 6 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Tyler Reiss and Tyler Rardin had two hits each, and Andrew Christensen, Ben Fichter, Johnny Podroza and Austin Wickman all drove in one run for the Lynx.

Game 2: Zane Olsen led AL with two hits and an RBI. Hunter Nice and Podroza joined Brian Hunter in driving in one run each.

MRC: Sioux City North 9 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1)

MRC: Thomas Jefferson 7 Sioux City North 6 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Ryan Steinspring and Grant Merk had two hits each in teh first game loss for the Jackets.

Game 2: Merk and Nate Newton had two hits each behind 8th grader Tyler Huey, who threw 5 2/3 innings in the win.

Bluegrass: Murray 20 Orient-Macksburg 3

Wiley Ray hit a three run homer for OM in the defeat. 

Bluegrass: Moravia 8 Lamoni 0 

Landon Gilliland had two of Lamoni’s three hits.

Bluegrass: Moulton-Udell 1 Seymour 0 

Wyatt Stansberry tossed a complete game five-hit shutout with five strikeouts and just one walk. Clayton Morlan drove in the lone run of the game.

BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Lewis Central 15 Shenandoah 0 (Game 1) 

Lewis Central 6 Shenandoah 0 (Game 2)

Clarinda 5 Atlantic 3 

Glenwood 7 Harlan 4 (Game 1) 

Glenwood 11 Harlan 10 -- 8 inn (Game 2)

Denison-Schleswig 14 Creston 5 (Game 1) 

Denison-Schleswig 18 Creston 5 (Game 2) 

Corner Conference

Sidney 9 Griswold 2 

Western Iowa Conference

IKM-Manning 22 Riverside 8

Underwood 2 AHSTW 1 

Treynor 11 Tri-Center 5 

Missouri Valley 6 Logan-Magnolia 2

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 10 Lenox 4 

Southwest Valley 11 Nodaway Valley 10

Southeast Warren 6 Wayne 1

Martensdale-St. Mary's 11 Central Decatur 1 

Rolling Valley Conference

CAM, Anita 11 Glidden-Ralston 1 

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 6 Abraham Lincoln 4 (Game 1)

Bishop Heelan Catholic 16 Abraham Lincoln 6 (Game 2)

Sioux City North 9 Thomas Jefferson 5 (Game 1)

Thomas Jefferson 7 Sioux City North 6 (Game 2)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton Sioux City West (DH)

Bluegrass Conference

Twin Cedars at Melcher-Dallas

Murray 20 Orient-Macksburg 3

Mormon Trail 6 Ankeny Christian Academy 5 — 9 inn

Moravia 8 Lamoni 0

Moulton-Udell 1 Seymour 0

Non-Conference

Clarke 11 Red Oak 2

Woodbine 17 East Mills 10

Stanton 12 Bedford 5