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Mid-Prairie 2 Bellevue 2 (Delayed)
Mid-Prairie and Bellevue couldn’t beat the weather Monday night and paused their game in extra innings.
The 2-2 tie brought the game to the eighth inning and just two batters in it was delayed because of the weather.
Bellevue took the lead in the third inning after a single from Andrew Swartz led to an RBI groundout for Cade Daughterty. Mid-Prairie tied things back up in the bottom half of the inning. Eli Steckly led off the inning and drew a walk. He moved to second on a stolen base and came home on a Stephen Miller single.
Mid-Prairie took a 2-1 lead in the fourth after Rex Peck led the inning off with a strong hit. Byron Yoder came on to courtesy run and scored after stealing second and a Tornow double.
Bellevue came right back and scored the next inning after Jackson Wagner walked and then scored on a wild pitch.
After that Mid-Prairie put two in scoring position but couldn’t advance them home.
Mediapolis 2 Highland 1
Cauy Massner pitched a complete game for Mediapolis, allowing only three hits and striking out nine Huskie batters.
Highland scored the first run of the game in the second, but Mediapolis added runs in the third and fifth to win 2-1.
Highland moves to 11-8 on the season.
West Burlington 11 Lone Tree 1 (5 innings)
Lone Tree scored one run on three hits in a run-rule loss to West Burlington.
Avery Knock went three innings and allowed five hits and eight earned runs while striking out two batters. Keegan Edwards pitched one and two-thirds in relief, allowing two earned runs on two hits. He struck out four.
Payton Lorack was 2-2 from the plate on the night. Brady Dauber hit his first home run of the season to score Lone Tree’s only run.
Iowa Mennonite 8 Louisa-Muscatine 4
Iowa Mennonite used a five run fifth innings to take down Louisa-Muscatine 8-4.
Iowa Mennonite used their youth as freshman Eli Ours was 2-3 and scored two runs on the night, while freshman London Schrock was 2-3, scored once and doubled.
Reggie Borntrager had a bases clearing three RBIs double.
Trevor Leyden earned the win on the mount in three and two-thirds pitched. He struck out seven and allowed one earned run on four hits.
Eli Ours pitched one and one-third and allowed one hit and one earned run.