Royalton Baseball
By Tyler Ohmann Sports Editor [email protected] Royalton’s baseball team opened its season with an 8-2 victory over Isle, April 2. The Royals collected more than a dozen hits, and allowed but four in the victory. Parker Brezinka earned the win on the mound, going three innings, allowing tw...Read More
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Pitcher/Infielder Eric Lampert, senior, Upsala-Swanville Area Lampert, the Record’s Player of the Year, was about as consistent as they come in all phases of the game for the Patriots. He went 5-1 with a 1.11 ERA, striking out a staggering 80 batters with only seven walks in 50 2/3 innings, record...Read More
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Thursday’s quarterfinals (games played in Chaska) 10 a.m.: #1 BOLD (21-3) vs. Red Lake County (20-5) 12:30 p.m.: #4 New Life Academy of Woodbury (22-4) vs. #5 Springfield (21-2) 3 p.m.: #3 Chatfield (21-3) vs. Royalton (12-10) 5:30 p.m.: #2 New York Mills (23-0) vs. Ely (21-2)   Friday se...Read More
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The run differential for Royalton’s first three games of the season was 40-8. Royalton had the eight. In one of those games, the Royals had one hit and struck out 17 times. In another, they got walloped 20-3 by a team that would finish with a losing record. Which is a roundabout way of saying [......Read More
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Section 6AA East-#2 Little Falls 4, East-#7 Milaca 0 Senior Kyle Boser spun a two-hit, 13-strikeout gem as Little Falls shut out visiting Milaca 4-0. The game was scoreless into the bottom of the third, when the Flyers broke through with a pair without the aid of a hit, scoring when senior Alec Zack...Read More
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Royalton’s lineup came at St. John’s Prep from all angles, Tuesday, leading to a 15-5, 6-4 home sweep that vaulted the Royals into the top half of the pack in the Prairie Conference. The offensive fireworks started with senior Cade Stang drilling four hits and driving in three runs in the first ...Read More
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