Lakers AA sweep Elks

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The Kalispell Lakers AA took an American Legion baseball doubleheader from the Lethbridge Elks AA on Sunday afternoon at Griffin Field, winning 8-1 and 7-3.

Dawson Smith tossed a 3-hitter for the Lakers in the 8-1 victory. He went seven innings, striking out seven and walking one.

Hayden Schlepp and Spencer Pisk both drove in two runs for the Lakers.

Kalispell did all of its scoring in the fifth and sixth innings.

Sam Elliott and Drew Scherrer combined on a 3-hitter in the 7-3 triumph over the Elks.

Patrick O’Connell, 2 for 3, drove in three runs with his double and triple.

Torin Bowden, Pisk and Keaden Morisaki also doubled.

Kalispell hosts Bozeman AA for a single 9-inning game on Thursday and Friday. The regular-season ends with a Saturday doubleheader at Butte.

State tournament action follows in Bozeman starting July 26th.

Lethbridge Elks 000 100 0 — 1 3 1

Kalispell Lakers AA 000 062 x — 8 6 1

WP—Dawson Smith; LP—Kale Penner.

LETHBRIDGE — Liam Leech 0-3, Wyatt Tomalty 1-3, Raleigh Ferby 0-3, K. Penner 0-3, Torrin Vaselenak 1-3, Ty Penner 1-3, Zach Goruk 0-2, Blake Thompson 0-1, Lukas Ankermann 0-2.

KALISPELL — Ryan Symmes 0-2, Eric Seaman 1-4, Patrick O’Connell 1-3, Torin Bowden 0-1, Hayden Schlepp 1-4, Jonas Nyman 0-2, Spencer Pisk 1-2, Sam Elliott 1-2, Keaden Morisaki 1-1.

RBIs—T. Penner; Seaman, Bowden, Schlepp (2), Pisk (2).

R H E

Lethbridge Elks 3 3 4

Kalispell Lakers 7 8 2

Score by innings not available

WP—Drew Scherrer; LP—Chase Florendine.

LETHBRIDGE — Leech 0-4, Tomalty 1-4, Ferby 0-3, K. Penner 0-1, Vaselenak 1-2, T. Penner 1-3, Goruk 0-3, Blake Braun 0-2, Ankermann 0-3.

KALISPELL — Symmes 0-4, Seaman 1-3, Randy Stultz 0-1, O’Connell 2-3, Bowden 1-2, Schlepp 0-2, Smith 1-3, Nyman 1-2, Pisk 1-3, Morisaki 1-2.

2B—Tomalty; Bowden, Pisk, Morisaki, O’Connell; 3B—O’Connell; RBIs—Tomalty, Vaselenak; O’Connell 3, Schlepp.

Twins A 14, Lakers A 2

WHITEFISH — The Kalispell Lakers A scored two runs in the top of the first inning, but Glacier came back to score the next 14 in the romp.

Glacier’s big inning was the bottom of the first with five runs.

Jack Schwaiger, Gunner Marsh both went 2 for 4 and drove in two runs.

Derek Kastella, 1 for 5, and Matt Morrison, 1 for 3, also had two RBIs each.

Nathan Hader, 3 for 4, had the game’s lone extra base hit — a double.

Taylor Morton led Kalispell offensively by going 2 for 2.

Tyler Murphy picked up the win. He fanned 10 Kalispell batters in seven innings and walked one.

Glacier (36-14) and Kalispell will compete in the District Tournament, which begins Thursday in Whitefish.

Three Forks hosts the State A Legion Tournament starting July 27th.

Kalispell Lakers A 200 000 0 — 2 4 6

Glacier Twins A 532 112 x — 14 14 3

WP—Tyler Murphy; LP—Logan Siblerud.

KALISPELL — Tyler Kitch 1-3, Taylor Morton 2-2, Clayton Jaques 0-3, Nathan Vanderbeek 0-3, Siblerud 0-1, Evan Todd 0-3, Jonathan Craver 0-3, Grant Marsh 0-1, Nate Kelly 0-2, Ryan McDonald 0-1, Brandon Jordan 1-2.

GLACIER — Greyson Bistodeau 2-3, Zach Veneman 0-0, Jack Schwaiger 2-4, Gunner Marsh 2-4, Derek Kastella 1-5, Tyler Murphy 2-4, Matt Morrison 1-3, Forrest Kobelt 0-0, Quintin Schriver 0-3, Nathan Hader 3-4, Skyler Warner 1-3, Brandon Thomas 0-1.

2B—Hader; RBIs—Schwaiger (2), Gu. Marsh (2), Kastella (2), Morrison (2), Warner.

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