Trojans blanked in baseball; Minnesota West plays baseball and softball doubleheaders
The Worthington Trojans had a chilly afternoon to forget on the baseball diamond Tuesday, as they lost to Marshall 10-0 at home.
The Tigers’ Charlie Jacobson tossed a five-inning perfect game, striking out 10 Trojans hitters. Tyler Maeyert had three hits and a pair of RBIs for the Tigers, while Ezra Maurice and Andrew Wallen each had a pair of hits. Jake Brander pitched the first two and a third innings for WHS and took the loss on the mound.
The Trojans are now 2-2 this season; they next play Thursday at Fairmont.
The Minnesota West Lady Jays softball team swept a home doubleheader against Riverland on Tuesday afternoon. Julia Schmoker pitched the entirety of both games as the Jays won 16-0 in five innings and 10-2. Schmoker also connected for three hits in the opening contest and three more in the nightcap.
Minnesota West scored seven runs in the first and eight runs in the fourth during the first game. The Lady Jays are scheduled to host a twinbill today against St. Cloud Tech.
In a college baseball doubleheader Tuesday in Rochester, Minnesota West was defeated by scores of 7-2 and 15-4.
Six players had a single hit each for the Bluejays in game one. Andrew Wurstser’s two-run double was the big hit for Minnesota West in game two.
Minnesota West’s record is now 2-14.