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Baseball Bucs lose 4-3, 21-9

By Staff | May 4, 2009

The Buccaneer baseball team lost a heartbreaker last Tuesday in Waseca. The Bluejays scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth for a 4-3 win.

Garrett Anderson pitched eight innings for the Bucs, striking out 16, allowing only three hits, and walking four.

Collin Nienhaus provided the hitting for BEA, going 2 for 4, including a double.

The loss dropped the Bucs season record to 2-8, 2-4 in the South Central Conference.

This week the team travels to Lake Crystal today and St. Peter on Tuesday.

USC 21, BEA 9

The Blue Earth Area baseball team had a lot of hits in a game on Friday, April 24, but the United South Central Rebels’ bats were even hotter. BEA fell 21 to 9 in the game played at Wells.

The Bucs started the game up 1-0 after the first inning. They fell behind by just one, 7-6, after the third inning, and took a one-run lead, 8-7, by the end of the fourth.

That is when the Rebels erupted for a 14-run barrage over the next three innings, while the Bucs were held to only one more score.

Clint Nienhaus led the hitting for the Bucs, getting four hits, two of them doubles. Garrett Anderson was 3 for 3 at the plate, including one double and three RBIs.

Mat Willner was 2 for 4, and one of those was another Buccaneer double. Collin Nienhaus was also 2 for 4, with two RBIs.

Matt Stiernagle was 3 for 5 for the Rebels, and had five RBIs. Anthony Stenzel, Zach Wigern, Chris Schultz and Nick Fure all had two hits each for USC. A. J. Dryer had a two-run home run.

The loss puts the Bucs at 2-7, 2-3 in the South Central Conference.

Baseball Bucs lose 4-3, 21-9

By Staff | May 4, 2009

The Buccaneer baseball team lost a heartbreaker last Tuesday in Waseca. The Bluejays scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth for a 4-3 win.

Garrett Anderson pitched eight innings for the Bucs, striking out 16, allowing only three hits, and walking four.

Collin Nienhaus provided the hitting for BEA, going 2 for 4, including a double.

The loss dropped the Bucs season record to 2-8, 2-4 in the South Central Conference.

This week the team travels to Lake Crystal today and St. Peter on Tuesday.

USC 21, BEA 9

The Blue Earth Area baseball team had a lot of hits in a game on Friday, April 24, but the United South Central Rebels’ bats were even hotter. BEA fell 21 to 9 in the game played at Wells.

The Bucs started the game up 1-0 after the first inning. They fell behind by just one, 7-6, after the third inning, and took a one-run lead, 8-7, by the end of the fourth.

That is when the Rebels erupted for a 14-run barrage over the next three innings, while the Bucs were held to only one more score.

Clint Nienhaus led the hitting for the Bucs, getting four hits, two of them doubles. Garrett Anderson was 3 for 3 at the plate, including one double and three RBIs.

Mat Willner was 2 for 4, and one of those was another Buccaneer double. Collin Nienhaus was also 2 for 4, with two RBIs.

Matt Stiernagle was 3 for 5 for the Rebels, and had five RBIs. Anthony Stenzel, Zach Wigern, Chris Schultz and Nick Fure all had two hits each for USC. A. J. Dryer had a two-run home run.

The loss puts the Bucs at 2-7, 2-3 in the South Central Conference.