History-making music group for UMM - morris mn

History-making music group for UMM - morris mn
The UMM men's chorus opened the Minnesota Day program at the 1962 Seattle World's Fair (Century 21 Exposition).

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

BOLD upends Tigers in doubleheader at Morris

The BOLD Warriors were bold on the baseball diamond on Thursday, May 4, at the expense of Morris Area Chokio Alberta. It was a day for twin bill action. The Tigers hosted.
BOLD got the runs it needed in the top of the seventh in Game 1. That game ended with a 5-4 score. MACA led 4-3 going into the seventh but couldn't shut down the Warriors who plated two runs that made the difference.
It was up to James Woelfel to keep the Tigers' bats quiet in the bottom of the seventh. This he accomplished. His pitching boxscore line has "one" for IP followed by a string of zeroes. The Willmar paper reported that he got the save as a result of his one efficient inning. However, if BOLD took the lead in the top of the seventh and if Woelfel pitched the whole bottom of the seventh, wouldn't he get the win? In my judgment he would. The other pitcher, Reed Stadther, would have a no-decision. Stadther struggled some as he gave up six hits and four runs and walked two. His 'K' total was five.
Ryan Bowman pitched six innings for MACA and couldn't fool the Warriors. He gave up six hits and three runs (two earned), walked four and struck out two. Tim Travis was the pitcher of record for MACA. He too was on the ropes as he gave up two hits and two runs (earned) in his one inning. He had no strikeouts or walks.
BOLD outhit the Tigers 8-6. BOLD also had the advantage in fielding, committing but one error compared to the Tigers' three.
Hayden Tersteeg was the clear offensive standout for the victor. Hayden posted a perfect four-for-four boxscore line. He drove in three runs. These Warriors each had one hit: Reed Stadther, James Woelfel, Riley Weis and Sam Marks. Weis' hit was a double. Stadther drove in a run.
Denner Dougherty was the only Tiger with a multiple-hit game: two hits in three at-bats. He was complemented by these Tigers who each had one hit: Chase Metzger, Parker Dierks, Mitchell Dufault and Alex Daugherty.
Prospects for victory looked good for MACA early. We had a 4-0 lead after two innings. BOLD scratched and clawed to get the advantage. The Warriors plated one run in the third and two in the fifth before getting that decisive two-run rally in the seventh. The line scores were 5-8-1 for BOLD and 4-6-3 for the Tigers.
Game 2: BOLD in driver's seat
Game 2 saw Hayden Tersteeg shine with his pitching arm. There was no suspense in this game as BOLD prevailed 5-0, riding Tersteeg's pitching arm. He tossed a two-hitter. Those two hits were by Chase Metzger and Ryan Bowman. (The score is reported as 6-0 on the Pheasant Country Sports site.)
The game continued a spell of struggling for Morris Area Chokio Alberta.
Reed Stadther had three hits in four at-bats for BOLD. Jack Peppel and Cade Morse each contributed two hits. James Woelfel had a one-for-three line. My, errors loomed as a factor hurting MACA: six by the Tigers. Meanwhile the Warriors didn't boot the ball at all. BOLD asserted itself early with two runs in the first inning and three in the third.
The Tigers had a string of goose eggs thanks to Tersteeg's pitching. He set down nine batters on strikes in his seven innings. He walked two batters and gave up just the two hits.
Chandler Vogel pitched the whole way for MACA. The errors meant that some of the runs he allowed were likely to be unearned. Indeed he gave up only two earned runs. He struck out two batters, walked one and allowed eight hits.
- Brian Williams - morris mn Minnesota - bwilly73@yahoo.com

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