(KMAland) -- Glenwood edged Creston, LC took down SA, Harlan swept Kuemper, Stanton routed Sidney, CAM rolled to a win, Underwood doubled up Audubon, Nod Valley won in 10, TJ got a split and more from the night in KMAland baseball.
H-10: Glenwood 2 Creston 1
Andrew Holiday struck out six in 5 1/3 shutout innings, and Ethan Fisher threw the final 1 2/3 to get the save. Ethan Fisher and Colton Schutte each drove in a run, and Eli Bales had two hits and a run scored.
H-10: Lewis Central 7 St. Albert 4
Drake Nettles and Jonah Pomrenke drove in two runs each, and Colbey Roth went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored for the Titans. Nettles threw all seven frames, struck out nine and gave up four runs (three earned) on seven hits.
Cy Patterson led the way for St. Albert with two hits and an RBI. Lance Wright and Ethan Bernard also had one hit and two runs scored each.
H-10: Harlan 4 Kuemper Catholic 1 (Game 1)
H-10: Harlan 10 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 2)
Game 1: Connor Bruck struck out eight in a complete game effort for Harlan. Joey Moser led the offense with three hits and two runs scored, and Brett Sears, Luke Schaben and Bruck had two hits each with four total RBI.
Aaron Schreck drove in a run and struck out seven in 5 1/3 innings for Kuemper.
Game 2: Isaiah Ahrenholtz went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI, and Luke Schaben added two RBI for the Cyclones behind a five-inning, five-strikeout, four-hit shutout from Trey Gross.
Truman Haukap went 2-for-2 to lead Kuemper Catholic.
H-10: Denison-Schleswig 9 Atlantic 4
Denison-Schleswig had 14 hits and a big four-run third inning to lead them in the win. Dylan Gehlsen went 3-for-3 with four RBI, and Dawson Dorhout, Braiden Heiden and Austin Freese all had two hits for the Monarchs.
Grant Sturm led the Atlantic offense with three hits and two runs scored while Nile Petersen added a hit and three RBI.
CORNER: Stanton 10 Sidney 1 — 5 inn
Colby Royal worked all five innings, struck out seven and allowed just one run on three hits. Drake Johnson singled, homered and drove in two runs while adding three runs scored and four stolen bases.
NC: CAM, Anita 21 Griswold 0
CAM had 16 hits in the win, which saw them score 15 first-inning runs. Kolby Nelson had three hits and three runs scored, and Mitchell Williamson, DeShawn Carr, Cade Ticknor and Lane Spieker all had two knocks each.
Williamson drove in four runs and scored three runs, and Darien Burnison and Ticknor had three RBI. Ticknor and Jacob Holste threw two innings each.
WIC: Treynor 12 AHSTW 0
Jaxon Schumacher was 4-for-4 with a double and four RBI, and Nate McCombs matched him with a 4-for-4 day while driving in three runs. Ryan Bach added three hits and an RBI.
McCombs (2 IP, 2 K, 1 H), Brenden Dingus (3 IP, 1 H) and AJ Schiltz (1 IP, 1 H, 1 K) combined on a shutout pitching performance.
Sam Porter had a double, and Clayton Akers and Joey Goins each singled for the Vikings.
WIC: Underwood 6 Audubon 3
Nick Ravlin led the Underwood offense with three hits, and Blake Hall had eight strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings pitched to lead the Eagles. Zach Teten added two hits.
Ethan Klocke led Audubon with two hits and an RBI, and Marcus Olsen also drove in a run for the Wheelers.
WIC: Tri-Center 18 Riverside 0
Trent Kozeal had three hits, including two doubles and a triple, and drove in five runs to lead Tri-Center. Kyle Siebels added a hit, an RBI, two runs scored and three stolen bases, and Mason Rohatsch drove in two and struck out four in four innings.
Riverside’s Mason Bivens, Brayden Hill and JJ Wilson all had one hit each.
WIC: Missouri Valley 6 IKM-Manning 2
Missouri Valley scored all six of their runs in the first three innings, and that was more than enough.
IKM-Manning’s Grant Stracke hit a two-run homer in the fourth to account for their only runs.
POI: Nodaway Valley 17 Bedford 8 — 10 inn
Bedford rallied from a seven-run deficit in the sixth to force extra innings, but the Wolverines scored nine runs in the 10th. Tyler Vandewater had four hits and four RBI, and Brady Hilpipre went for three hits and three RBI to lead Nodaway Valley.
Caelen DeVault, Peyton Sickles and Mason Menefee also added two hits each for the winning side.
NC: Roland-Story 12 Lenox 2 (Game 1)
NC: Roland-Story 9 Lenox 4 (Game 2)
Colton Gordon led Lenox with three hits, two runs scored, an RBI and three stolen bases. Zach Schmitz added two hits, two RBI and two stolen bags, and Jhordan Montiel went for two hits and two steals.
POI: Southeast Warren 9 Central Decatur 0
Brock Kyner scattered seven hits and stuck out seven in 5 2/3 shutout innings for Southeast Warren.
Kaleb Bauer singled, doubled, tripled and scored three runs while Cade Nelson had three hits, three runs and two RBI and Colby Page went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Bryce Hall also had three RBI in the win.
POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 11 Wayne 1
Cael Cassady had four hits, three RBI and two runs scored for Martensdale-St. Marys in the win. Hogan Franey threw six strong innings with one run allowed on five hits.
Carson Elbert, Sean Miklus and Esa Johanson all had two hits apiece for the Blue Devils.
NC: Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Newell-Fonda 9
Preston McAlister threw four innings of relief, allowing five hits and striking out five. Peyton Clipperton and Kade Schlepp led the offense with three singles and two RBI each. Quentin Culbertson added a three-RBI double among two hits for the Crusaders.
MRC: Sioux City West 10 Thomas Jefferson 3 (Game 1)
MRC: Thomas Jefferson 15 Sioux City West 2 (Game 2)
Game 1: Ryan Steinspring doubled among two hits, and Nate Newton tripled in the opening game loss for the Jackets.
Game 2: Steinspring bashed a home run, and Jacob Schuester went the distance in the win for TJ.
BLUEGRASS: Lamoni 13 Melcher-Dallas 2
Landon Gilliland drove in three runs, and Cael Ogier and Stephen Ansong chipped in two hits apiece for the Demons.
BLUEGRASS: Murray 4 Twin Cedars 1
Brycen Wookey struck out 11 in a sterling pitching performance for Murray. Tivon Spurgeon had a hit and drove in two runs to lead the offense.
BLUEGRASS: Moravia 3 Ankeny Christian 2 — 8 inn
Carson Butz had another three hits for the Mohawks. Hunter Arbogast went six innings and allowed just one run on three hits before Casey Smith tossed the final two frames.
Hawkeye Ten Conference
Red Oak at Shenandoah (suspended w/Red Oak up 12-8 in the bottom of the 8th)
Glenwood 2 Creston 1
Lewis Central 7 St. Albert 4
Denison-Schleswig 9 Atlantic 4
Harlan 4 Kuemper Catholic 1 (Game 1)
Harlan 10 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 2)
Stanton 10 Sidney 1
Western Iowa Conference
Treynor 12 AHSTW 0
Underwood 6 Audubon 3
Tri-Center 18 Riverside 0
Missouri Valley 6 IKM-Manning 2
Pride of Iowa Conference
Nodaway Valley 17 Bedford 8 — 10 inn
Mount Ayr 6 Southwest Valley 3
Southeast Warren 9 Central Decatur 0
Martensdale-St. Marys 11 Wayne 1
Missouri River Conference
Sioux City North 10 Abraham Lincoln 2
Sioux City West 10 Thomas Jefferson 3 (Game 1)
Thomas Jefferson 15 Sioux City West 2 (Game 2)
Bishop Heelan Catholic 13 Sioux City East 3 (Game 1)
Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Sioux City East 7 (Game 2)
Lamoni 13 Melcher-Dallas 2
Moravia 3 Ankeny Christian 2 — 8 inn
Moulton-Udell 10 Orient-Macksburg 0
Murray 4 Twin Cedars 1
Seymour 3 Mormon Trail 2
CAM, Anita 21 Griswold 0
Roland-Story 12 Lenox 2
Roland-Story 9 Lenox 4
Coon Rapids-Bayard 13 Newell-Fonda 9
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 6 Storm Lake 5