Crimson Bears Maul Vikings

    The Juneau-Douglas High School: Kalé Crimson Bears baseball team (shown against TMHS) swept a three-game series at Petersburg.

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau-Douglas High School: Kalé Crimson Bears baseball team outscored the Petersburg Vikings 31-2 in a Friday doubleheader at Petersburg.

      JDHS opened the twin bill with an 11-1 win behind a 12 strikeout performance from junior Garrison Luben who allowed just five hits and walked one batter.

      JDHS junior Derrick Schauwecker led the Crimson Bears with a 2-4 day at the plate with three runs batted in and two runs scored. Luben also had two hits and sophomore Lamar Blatnick two RBI. Juniors Caden Mesdag and Bohdi Nelson and senior Gaby Soto scored two runs each.

      In the nightcap the Crimson Bears put 20 runs across the plate in the sixth inning win.

      Schauwecker went 4-5 at the plate with three RBI and three runs scored. B. Nelson and sophomore Landon Simonson had three RBI apiece, Mesdag and Blatnick two apiece, senior Porter Nelson and Luben one apiece. B. Nelson and Simonson had two hits apiece, junior Kaleb Campbell, P. Nelson and Blatnick one each. Blatncik scored three runs, Mesdag, B. Nelson, Campbell, Soto and Luben two each, freshman Reed Maier, P. Nelson, senior Kai Schmidt and Simonson one each.

      P. Nelson pitched five innings, allowed three hits and one run, and struck out seven batters and walked six. Simonson went one inning and struck out one and walked one.

      JDHS had defeated Petersburg 10-9 on Thursday with Schmidt and junior Marcus Underwood sharing the mound for five strikeouts apiece.

    Mesdag and B. Nelson had two hits, three runs, and two runs batted in apiece to lead the Crimson Bears.

      The Southeast Conference Region V baseball and softball championships are May 26-28 at Ketchikan.

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