GARWIN - Scoring in five of the six innings, the North Tama baseball had no trouble with GMG on Monday, winning the Iowa Star Conference matchup 19-3 in six innings.
The Redhawks plated three runs in each of the first two innings, pushed the lead to 10-1 after three innings and then put the game away with an eight-run sixth inning.
Dalton Hulme and Cameron Hoeg both had two-run doubles in the sixth inning to help end the game early due to the mercy rule.
Brandon Kaufman earned the win on the mound for the Redhawks, who improved to 22-6 overall and 12-2 in Iowa Star Conference play. Kaufman allowed three runs on four hits over 3 2/3 innings and walked three while striking out four in the victory. Brody Hulme finished the game by striking out six, allowing two hits and one walk.
Brody Hulme also had three hits at the plate, while Caden Stuart (two doubles) and Huston Danker each finished with two hits. North Tama finished with eight doubles in the win.
Austin Vaughn suffered the loss for the Wolverines (2-13, 2-5). He allowed five earned runs and walked six in three innings of work. GMG pitchers walked 11 and hit four others on the night.
Bridger Claassen led the Wolverines with three hits and an RBI at the plate, while Noah Thurston and Josh Raymond each doubled. GMG scored one run in the first and two more in the fourth and collected six hits total in the loss.
Hudson 10, BCLUW 1
BEAMAN - A six-run sixth inning put this game away for the Pirates against BCLUW on Monday in non-conference action.
Hudson finished with 10 runs on 10 hits and took advantage of five Comet errors in the victory.
Cole Silver started and took the loss on the mound after allowing 10 runs - five earned - and nine hits in 5 2/3 innings. Max Calloway finished with two of the Comets' eight hits at the dish. No other BCLUW (7-12) batter had more than one hit, but the Comets did collect at least one hit in all seven innings.
Madi DeHart earned the win on the mound for the Pirates.
BCLUW will next play at Union-LaPorte City tonight before heading to AGWSR on Wednesday and Colo-NESCO on Friday.
Nevada 15, West Marshall 2, 5 inning
STATE CENTER - West Marshall's three-game day on Monday ended in defeat, as Nevada (14-9) got out to a fast start and finished off the Trojans in five innings, 15-2.
Dylan Petermeier took the loss on the mound for West Marshall, allowing nine runs - only two earned - on 11 hitts and three walks in four innings. He struck out three.
Matt Van Metre was 1-for-2 with a two-run double for the Trojans, while Jared Riemenschneider was 1-for-3 with a double and a run scored. Justin Weitzell had the team's only other hit.