Milbank Junior Teeners Roll To Double Header Wins Over Webster
Milbank Area Baseball June 22, 2016 Staff Writer 0
The Milbank junior teener baseball team captured two wins over Webster Tuesday, June 21, on the road. Milbank secured an 8-3 win in the first game and a 15-10 victory in the second.
In the opening game of the day, the locals used a big fifth inning to close out the win. The junior teeners plated one run in each of the second and third innings, two in the fourth and four in the final inning to top Webster.
Milbank secured the win with eight runs on eight hits, seven walks and 11 stolen bases. Sam Seffrood led the locals’ offense with two hits, two runs and two stolen bases. Noah Steinlicht followed with one hit, two runs, one walk and three stolen bases. Braden Femling tallied one hit, two runs, one walk and two stolen bases while Brodie Holtquist belted out a double, scored one run and had one walk and one stolen base in the contest.
Also contributing for Milbank were Micah Dietmeier, one hit and one stolen base; Breyden Miller, one hit, one run, one walk and one stolen base; Parker Schell, two walks and one stolen base; Keaten Benson, a double hit, and Mason Riley, one walk.
In game two, Milbank scored four runs to start the game. They added four more in the fifth and closed out the contest with seven runs in the sixth.
The junior teeners tallied 15 runs on 13 hits, eight walks and 10 stolen bases. Miller led Milbank with three hits, three runs and three stolen bases. Dietmeier followed with two hits including a double, three runs, a walk and a stolen base. Holtquist belted out two hits, one run and three stolen bases while Benson added a double hit, two runs, one walk and one stolen base. Rounding out the team totals were Femling, one hit, one run and one walk; Evan Erickson, one run, two walks and a stolen base, and Seffrood, two runs, one hit and a walk.
Milbank 8, Webster 3 – Game 1
Milbank 15, Webster 10 – Game 2
Pictured above is Noah Steinlicht.
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