The Aquinas High School baseball team completed a 13-4 victory over Logan on Wednesday in an MVC game that was completed after weather forced its suspension earlier this season.
The Blugolds led 7-4 before finishing the game with two runs in the top of the sixth inning and four more in the top of the seventh. The Rangers didn’t help themselves by making six errors.
Outfielder Gavin Wetzel was 4-for-5 with three RBI and a stolen base for Aquinas, which also received three hits, a home run, two RBI and a stolen base from Jake Savoldelli. Brandon Merfeld tripled.
Conner Knerzer had two hits for the Rangers.
Bangor 3, Wonewoc-Center 0 (5)
Bangor 22, Wonewoc-Center 2 (5)
BANGOR — Freshman Hank Reader pitched a complete-game two-hitter with nine strikeouts and doubled twice in the opener. Sophomore Carter Horstman was 3-for-3 for the Cardinals in the first game.
Junior Trevor Jones was 6-for-6 in the second game as Bangor won for the seventh time in 10 games, improved its overall record to 9-6 and its conference mark to 7-6. Dalton Peters was the winning pitcher in the second game, and freshman Sam Wittmershaus had five hits in the doubleheader while playing in the starting lineup for the first time.
Cashton 5, Brookwood 4
CASHTON — Caitlin Schmitz delivered the Eagles’ winning hit with runners on second and third and one out with a knock to the outfield.
It was Schmitz’s second hit and second RBI of the game. Natalie Kramer had two doubles for Cashton (10-3), while Allison Brownell homered and Taylor Costello added a double.
Lydia Madrigal had a home run and a double for Brookwood (7-7, 6-6).
Bangor 6, Wonewoc-Center 1
Bangor 10, Wonewoc-Center 3
BANGOR — The Cardinals used a patient hitting eye and two strong starts from senior Emma Wittmershaus to sweep the doubleheader of five-inning games.
Bangor (10-5, 10-3) scored six runs in the Game 1 win despite tallying just one hit. It drew 10 walks, five of which came in the five-run third inning. Alea Fortier added an RBI single in the frame.
Wittmershaus had 12 strikeouts in Game 1 and six more in the second game.
Madison Brownell was 2-for-2 with a double and three RBI in the second game. Bangor led 4-0 after the first.
Logan 6, Tomah 1
The Rangers pit the finishing touch on a 5-1 conference dual season by sweeping the doubles matches and losing just once.
The teams of Garrett Simmons and Kao Xion (No. 1), Boden Nystrom and Brad Vandenberg-Daves (No. 2) and Ben Smith and Jonathan Marcou (No. 3) all won in straight sets.