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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Page 8, Cold Spring Record Leg ion Post 455 Team competing at State Tourney ringers The Cold Spring Legion Post 455 baseball team qualified for the State Tournament (August 2nd) by beat- ing Hutchinson in the double-elimination tournament held in Cold Spring on July 27th. The Cold Spring team suffered a 19-0 loss in the first game against Hutchinson, but bounced back to win the championship game scoring 12 runs to Hutch's 5. At the State Tournament Post 455 lost the first game to Grand Rapids 12-5 and lost the second game to Alexandria 5-4. oyals in seatin The Richmond Royals traveled hit by Shane Rausch and the fi- doubles, 4 home runs and 9 free to Lake Henry on Sunday, July nal two runs scored on a Benpasses. 28th to play in a seating game for Rausch home run. Richmond Hitters: the 15C Regions. The game start- The Lakers tied the game at Adam Backes - 3-6, R-2, 2B-2 ed as a nail biter for the first 6th when Josh Kampsen hit a Cole Schmitz - 2-6, R-2, 2B, three innings and ended a blow two-run home run in their half of HR, RBI-4 out victory for the visiting Rich- the 3rd inning. Scott Ruegemer - 3-6, R, 2B, mondRoyals. Richmond took the lead for RBI Richmond scored in the top of good in the 6th inning when Ben Rausch - 1-3, R-2, BB-2, the 1st inning when Adam Back- Scott Ruegemer hit a RBI double HR, RBI-2 es lead off the game with a dou- to take a 7-6 lead. Kyle Budde - 3-4, R, 2B, RBI-4 ble, advanced to third on a Dusty The Royals took a massive Lake Henry Hitters: Adams base hit and scored on a lead when they plated seven runs Jon Lieser - 2-5, 2B, R fielder's choice. Lake Henry came in the 9th inning, highlighted by Shane Kampsen - 1-5, R, HR, back with four runs in their half a Cole Schmitz 3-run home run RBI-2 of the inning when Shane to make the final score Richmond Josh Kampsen - 1-5, R, HR, Kampsen hit a two run home run 14, Lake Henry 6. RBI-2 over the right field fence and the The Lakers' Jason Kampsen Jason Kampsen - 2-4, R other two runs scored on an er- took the loss going 5 2/3 innings Winning Pitcher: ror. and gave up eight runs of which Scott Schroeder 6-9-6-4-2-5 The Royals added a run in the four were earned. The Royals' Save - Andy Bauer 3-1-0-0-1-4 2nd and took a two run lead Scott Schroeder recorded the win Losing Pitcher: when they plated four runs in the with six innings of work, giving Jason Kampsen 5-2-5-8-4-4-6 3rd inning when Gory Niewind up nine hits and six runs, four of Josh Roelke 3-1-10-6-5-2-0 lead off the inning when he was which were earned. Andy Bauer hit by a pitch and advanced to pitched the final three innings Region play starts the second third on a Double by Cole for the save. week in August - TBA Schmitzl One run scored on an Thehigh sc0ring game record- ......... i out, the second run scored on a ed a combined 20 runs, 25 hits, 6 The Silver Springers currently 4. Brad Neugart had two hits and matched teams. The Bulldogs sit atop the NSCBL standings scored two runs. Greg Bemboomwon the first game with Dave with a record of 12 wins and 3 had a double with 2RBI. Dave Schlangen going the distance for losses. Post season play begins on Jungels, John Hofer, and Martin the Silvers. The hometown boys August 10th in Burnsville and each had a hit. Jungels drove in only managed 4 hits against a concludes with championship the winning run with a line drive crafty right handed Burnsville play on the following weekend at to the right center gap. Neugart pitcher. Game two saw the Sil- the Cold Spring Ballpark. We scored from first base. In old man vers bounce back with a 5 to 3 hope you can make it out to see a baseball the two biggest night- victory behind the complete game game or two. Stay tuned for mares are hitting a triple and pitching of Dave Hinkemeyer. bracket and match up informa- scoring from first. These guys For the day John Hofer had 3 tion. just aren't in that good of shape! hits with 2 doubles and 3RBI. In In a weekend that was best Immediately after sliding/skid- the first game Keith Kremer, described as "Global Cooling" ding into home with the go ahead Schlangen, and Jungles had hits. weather the Silvers managed to run, Manager Bill Huls yelledBill Theis chipped in with 2 squeeze in Hometowm Pride out to the dugout for someone to walks, scored two runs, and a Days, FireFest, and limp through get Neugart his asthma inhaler, stolen base. Neugart went 1 for 1 three baseball games. On Satur- Tough crowd, with a walk and scored two in day they traveled to Monticello in Sunday the Silvers traveled to the final game. the afternoon and defeated the Burnsville for a double header You can keep up with the '01 Cats in extra innings 4 to 3. against the Bulldogs. The Bull- team at: www.silverspringers.- Tim Martin threw a complete dogs and Silvers have played in com game scattering 8 hits, gave up the NSCBL championship game zero earned runs, and struck out the last three years. Very evenly Springers end regular season with 29-4 record The Cold Spring Springers fin- to come back from a 3-1 deficit, nings without a walk, scattering ished the 2013 regular season by Brian Hansen, who scored the go- seven hits. Chris Butala started defeating the Sauk Rapids Cy- ahead run, went 2-for-4, Ryanfor the Springers. Big Lake led 3- clones 4-3 on Sunday, July 28, Holthaus went 2-for-3 and Zach 2 when Arnold took over and the and then defeating Big Lake 9-5 Hinkemeyer went 2-for-2 with an teams exchanged leads, but the on Wednesday, July 31. Both RBI. Scan Terres collected the Springers got two sixth inning games were in Cold Spring. win on the mound, pitching four runs and three more in the The Springers ended the regu- innings in relief of starting pitch- eighth inning. lar season with a 29-4 overall er Ryan Morse. The Springers started Section record. Garrett Fuchs went 3-for-5 7B Tournament play as the No. 1 An RBI single from Ben Grif-with three RBI and a double in seed on Saturday, Aug. 3, in fin in the bottom of the seventh the exhibition win over Big Lake. Richmond. The tournament con- inning was the game-winning hit Griffin was 4-for-5 with an RBI tinued Aug. 4 and Will conclude in the win over the Cyclones. The and Alex Jungels hit a single and on Saturday, Aug. 10, in Rich- Springers scored three times in finished with two RBI. Jack mond with two teams advancing the bottom of the seventh inning Arnold pitched the last five in- to the Super Sections. ig all Cold Spring Softball Association Men's League W L Side Bar .............................. 13 - 1 By Joel Baumgarten dates to mark on your calendars. Country Store ..................... 11 - 4 Even though summer seems to Monday, August 12th Fall Land Concepts ........................ 9 - 6 have just started, it is time to Activities Begin. Thermo Tech ........................ 8- 7 look ahead to the fall. Before time Saturday, September 21st, Kraemer Exc./Trkg .................. 5 - 9 slips away, we would like to give Homecoming Activities Pa- Got the Runs ........................ 4 -10 students, parents and community rade (ll:00AM) and FB Game D&K Drywall ......................... - 14 members a heads up about a cou- (1PM). ple important upcoming activity Got the Runs 12, Kraemer Exc./ Trkg 9 Thermo Tech 12, D&K Drywall 8 Land Concepts 14, D&K Drywall 2 Side Bar 25, Country Store 13 Land Concepts 12, Country Store 7 Open to the Public 118 Hole Round', Friday p.m. - Close I : with 1/2 Cart , I Offer valid Mon.-FrL Anytime & II Weekends after 1 p.m. 685-4138 Not valid on Co. Rd. 2 across from Holidays. ROCORI High SchoolGood for n hLL 1 Co]~d S~=n~,~ 1 2013 season. Saturday 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. MAIN STREET COLD SPRING , 685"8150 Celebrating 60 years as a Family Business! The Eden Valley-Watkins Babe Ruth team recently qualified for the State Tournament, seeded number 2. The team lost only one game during the regular season. Team members are: (Front row, left to right) Travis Thielen and Patrick Hemingson. Second row: Blaine Fodstad, Reese Jansen, Chauncy Skolberg, Zach Swenson, Jordan Unterberger, Luke Ludwig and Carter Geislinger. Back row: Troy Thielen, Ryan Vigil, Dustin Blomker, Logan Linn, Tanner Flaschenriem, Jared Pederson, Patrick Yanish, Corey Mathies, Brian Linn and Mike Tomsche. Let the Cold Spring Softball Association Ladies League W L Cold Spring Bakery ............... 7 - 3 Schaefer/Rambow .................. 7 - 3 Red Goat Bar ........................ 7- 3 CMCU/Winners ..................... 7 - 3 Kinesis PT ........................... 6 - 4 Kim-Built .............................. 5 - 5 Haffiey's Bar ........................ 4 - 6 Third Street Brewhouse ......... 1 - 9 Side Bar .............................. 1 - 9 1st Week Playoffs: Kim-Built 15, Haffley's 3 Side Bar 21, Third Street 1 Schaefer/Rambow 13, Kinesis PT 2 Red Goat Bar 13, CMCU/Winners 7 II will 10--11 The 2013 State Tournament of the over 35 baseball season will be held at Burnsville Alimagnet Field on August 10-11. The final weekend August 17 and 18 will be hosted by the Cold Spring Sil- ver Springers at the Cold Spring Baseball Park. Admission is free. The Silver Springers have a 14-2 record at this writing and hope to receive the number 1 or 2 seed position for the tournament. Don't forget the Pork Int., gugust IOth 4-9 p.m. ut Joinbs Pruirie KRAEMER TRUCKING & EXCAVATING, INC. PC) Box 434 Cold Spring, MN 56320 (320) 685-3024 I Celebrating 75 Years in business! I Proud member of the Cold Spring Area Chamber Shine Ride Run for They have finished 3rd, won two State Championships, and fin- ished as runner-up last year. Pairings of tournament will be submitted as available. Thoughts to Ponder The future won't just happen -- it will be shaped by what you do today. Mental Sunday, August 25th Winners Bar in Cold Spring 1:00 p.m. Registration starts at noon. Riders- $10 Passengers- $5 All proceeds will be donated to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. More information can be found a t torcycle-Run.html or by calling Curt Robbins at 320-250-8896. Success is never final, failure is never fatal; it's courage that counts. - Sir Winston Churchill $$$ illll ] 9 I I I I I i FOR p.,..i,. Co=../" r:~ ~- -~ ', 18 Hole Green Fee w/cart I / Monday- Friday and I 1 After lpm Saturday & Sunday ~ I / s '~ 2 PePrern ~W~'" | Ii Not valid on h~lidayslgroup outings ~' ~ I m ! (more than 16 players) or tournaments. 2 miles west of I Ul Offer valid only with coupon, r IA ' U 9~ f~ Good through 2013 season. ~.OCu apnng on ,,W~. ~a I TEE TI ES CALL 685-8810 or MAKE TEE TIMES ONLINE AT www.richsprin! ! -- _J