2014 Tournament Recap
Game 1: Metro East 8, South 3
Trevor Dudar of Stillwater was 2-for-2 with two RBIs as Metro East plated five runs in the top of the fourth inning in the opening game finish. Drew Molin of East Ridge struck out six batters over three innings in the win. Luke Becker of Fairmont had two of the South team's five hits with a run.
Game 2: Metro West 6, North 2
Three runs in the first at-bat was enough for Metro West to win the second-half of the opening day of the all-star series. Keaton Studsrud of Benilde-St. Margaret was 2-for-2 with Toby Hanson of Delano adding a 3-run home run.
Zach Siggelow of St. Anthony, Brandon Rushmeyer of Champlin Park, and Shakopee's Sheldon Miks combined for 12 strikeouts over nine innings in allowing six total North hits.
Game 3: Metro East 10, North 4
Ten runs in the third inning lifted Metro East to a victory over the North on Dalton Lehnen of Lakeville North's two hits and three RBIs. Harrison Egly of St. Paul Academy also had two hits with the Metro East pitchers striking out nine as a staff.
Evan Scherber of Proctor scored two runs for the North with Steven Neutzling of St. Cloud Cathedral and Drew Fearing of Osakis each with two hits.
Game 4: Metro West 4, South 3
Riley Sweeney of Chaska struck out three batters with three runs on six hits allowed over three innings as Metro West rallied from a 3-1 deficit with a four-run fifth inning. Toby Hanson drew a bases-loaded walk for the go-ahead run.
Corey Binger of Eden Prairie had a single and run with Tony Kjolsing of Chaska also walking and scoring a run in the fifth inning. Jason Brumbaugh of Anoka started the rally with a home run with Sheldon Miks adding an RBI-infield single in the first inning. Luke Pettersen of Minnetonka had hits in his first two at-bats, including a double in the first stanza.
Connor Herd of Holy Family Catholic threw four scoreless innings in the win, striking out seven batters on one hit and one hit-by-pitch batter.
Game 5: North 6, South 1
Six runs in the first three innings propelled the North All-Stars to a third-place finish with the win. Four players had two hits for the game, including Isaac Matchinsky of St. Cloud Tech finishing with four RBIs. Derek Dahlke of Belle Plaine had two of the South's four hits with Tyler Stoffel of Mankato West with a hit and run.
Game 6: Metro East 4, Metro West 3
Tournament MVP Ed Olson of Eagan was 3-for-3 with two runs and the game-winning hit in helping Metro East defeat Metro West 4-3 for the championship title. Kyle Lynch of Bloomington Jefferson, added a home run for Metro West with Toby Hanson finishing with two hits, including a homer, with two RBI's.
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