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WINDOM – Fairmont earned 2nd place in the AA Class Baseball rankings on Friday before extending its winning streak to a dozen bakers with two wins in Saturday’s tournament for four Windom Area teams.

Jacob Crissinger fired without a hit, while Zach Jorgensen was 2-for-3 with a three-pointer and two RBIs to beat the Cardinals 13-0 in five innings over host Eagles in the first leg.

Crissinger recorded eight throws in the best game and made one walk in five shifts to earn a complete win in the game.

Ahead of 2-0 thanks to the selection of Jorgesen’s RBI player and the sacrifice of Jack Kosbab in the first inning, Fairmont erupted for eight sets in the second and created a double-digit lead.

Gavin Rodning doubled, Brendan Schmidtke scored an infield hit, and Landen Meyerdirk followed the RBI single that set the table.

Schmidtke crossed the plate to the crossbar, Eli Anderson picked up the victim, Lincoln Becker was hit in the leg, and Jorgensen equalized. Kosbab made a mistake before Nate Soelter threw in a single in two rounds.

Levi Pooley made another race when his hit ball was mishandled, Rodning walked, Schmidtke drove in a field pick race, and Pooley later scored the Cardinals ’10th run after a double stolen ball.

Meyerdirk doubled up to launch Fairmont’s third at-bat and circled around bases on Anderson’s RBI single. Jorgensen started the RBI triple before scoring on Kosbab’s RBI single for a 13-round lead.

Fairmont then needed to outplay in the fifth inning of six rounds to defend against the Blue Earth Area, 8-6, during the second game of the call on Saturday.

Lagging 5-2, Anderson took the lead by walking and stole second base before Becker walked. Jorgensen filled the bases when Buc made a mistake before Kosbab drew an RBI move.

Soelter then delivered a double two-way run with a tie before Pooley picked up the victim. Cooper Steuber followed with an RBI single, and Anderson with an RBI single.

Becker finished with two RBIs, while Anderson scored twice for the Cardinals.

Becker, who allowed one run on two goals in 1 1/3 innings of relief, scored in the throw. Anderson hit two and allowed one goal in two excluded substitutions to earn the defense.

Logan O’Hara scored 3-for-4 with a double and a string that was the best in BEA’s eight goals, while Parker Meyers collected two RBIs through a 2-for-3 offensive performance – including a double – and scored a series .

Kean Hicks and Nick Barke stood out and scored for the Bucs, while Carson Sturtz scored one single.

Fairmont (13-0) travels to Wasec today, while the Blue Earth Area heads to Pipestone Area.

Preparations for softball

The Fairmont Cardinals earned a split decision during a softball invitation for four Windom Area teams on Saturday.

Nevaeh Rahm recorded a record 15 career shots, while Emma Gudahl doubled up and scored two sets to help Fairmont win 6-3 in the first round over host Eagles.

Rahm allowed three runs with seven goals and issued three moves in seven shifts to earn a complete win in the game.

Allison Janssen set aside two runs and scored twice for the Cardinals, while Anna Ehlert drove in two runs with one unit.

Chantel Moeller stood out in a row, Jaya Johnson singled out and scored once, while Emily Muller was 1-for-2 for Fairmont in the first game.

New Ulm Cathedral knocked Fairmont down in the second round on Saturday, 13-5.

Rahm was 2-for-3 with one RBI, while Cassidy Schultz and Brylee Miller singled out and collected one RBI each.

Ehlert scored one goal, Gudahl walked twice and scored two runs, while Moeller drove in the race for Fairmont.

Janssen allowed seven runs – five earned – with five hits, and passed one in 1 1/3 innings to receive a loss. Gabby Leiding gave up six runs – four earned – with eight hits, hit three and walked four in 4 2/3 innings of relief.

Fairmont (3-8) is hosting the Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial today at 5pm at Cardinal Park.

The Martin County West Mavericks lost two games during Saturday’s Windom Area Invite.

New Ulm Cathedral beat MCW 9-2 in the first round. Paige Anderson and Thea Anderson scored one RBI each on one goal, while teammate Lina Arnold contributed one goal each to the Mavericks.

Arnold started in the pitcher’s lap, allowing seven runs with five goals in five innings. She walked seven and threw out one.

Maddie Carlson gave up two runs after one goal and walked four in two innings for the Mavericks.

Host Windom defeated MCW in second round action, 5-2. Thea Anderson collected the RBI single, while Ivy Kokoruda and Arnold contributed one hit each.

Carlson hit one, walked two and allowed five runs with eight hits in seven shifts.

Martin County West (4-5) hosts Martin Luther / GHEC / Truman today at 4pm at the Fox Lake Sports Complex in Welcome.

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