Broncos, Mudcats, PBR and The Gang all winners on Tuesday night

Greg Biagi had 3 hits, Aspen Dahl struckout 8 batters, and the Madison Broncos beat the Hartford-Humboldt Gamecocks 4-1 on Tuesday night. Biagi and Dawson Bakker had RBI hits in the top of the 1st inning as Madison built up a 3-0 lead. As it turned out, that was more than enough for the Broncos pitchers. Dahl went 6 innings while allowing just 1 run on 4 hits. Brock Minnaert and Logan Allbee shutout the Gamecocks the rest of the way. The Madison pitchers allowed just 2 walks, something that has hurt Madison all season. 

Madison improved to 5-7, while Hartford-Humboldt is now 8-5. 

The Dell Rapids Mudcats are still undefeated, after an 8-3 win on the road in Salem Tuesday. Mark Abrahamson hit a solo home run in the 3rd, and a 2 run homer in the 5th to power the Mudcats offense. Dells also took advantage of 8 walks from Salem pitchers. Carter Gullickson and Josh Roemen each had 2 hits for Dell Rapids. Kris Regas picked up the win. He allowed just 1 unearned run over 7 innings, and struck out 17 Cubs batters. 

The Mudcats have a 13-0 record in the Cornbelt League. Salem fell to 6-7. 

Drew Sweeter had 2 hits and drove in 3 runs, Trey Randel stuckout 11, and Dell Rapids PBR beat the Flandreau Blue Teal 8-2 last night. Randel allowed 2 runs on 7 hits over 6 innings. Ethan Johnson had trouble finding the strike zone for Flandreau, as he walked 9 batters over 7 innings, while taking the loss. 

PBR improved to 6-7, while the Blue Teal fell to 3-9.

The Canova Gang poured it on in the later innings, and beat the Hartford-Humboldt Wood Ducks 15-5 Tuesday. Jared Miller had 5 hits, including a home run. He scored 3 and drove in 3 runs. Kendall Gassman added 3 hits and 4 RBI for Canova, as they bounced back from a loss on Sunday.

Derek Miller picked up the win, throwing 6 scoreless innings while striking out 9. JJ Jesson and Gage Nelson led the Wood Ducks with 2 hits each. Logan Larson took the loss after giving up 6 runs over 4 and 1/3 innings.

The Wood Ducks are now 1-13. Canova moved back into 2nd place in the Cornbelt standings, with a 7-4 record.