NEW PRAGUE, Minn. - For the second time this season, Jordan was in the championship game of an invitational tournament. This time they won the New Prague Tournament defeating a very feisty Fairmont squad 19-18. They beat St. Benedict 8-1 on Friday night, Owatonna 10-2 on Saturday and finished up the tournament by beating Fairmont on Sunday.
Jordan had 18 hits and Fairmont had 20. The game had multiple lead changes with Fairmont leading by four going into the last inning. Jordan answered by scoring five in the bottom with the winning run scoring on a walk off single by Scott Hollinsworth.
All-Tournament Team: Jordan: Adam Kalla, Scott Hollinsworth, Trent Bonsock; Fairmont: Jon Wilson and Taylor Morris.
Other New Prague tournament scores:
Owatonna 13, Cleveland 0
Veseli 7, Winthrop 0
Fairmont 12, Winona 2
Fairmont 13, Veseli 0
St. Benedict 6, Cleveland 4
Winthrop 5, Winona 2
Winthrop 5, St. Benedict 4
In other tournaments over the weekend, Milroy won the 2nd Annual Stearns County Classic defeating Sobieski 2-1. St. Louis Park won the 33rd Annual Dundas Invitational beating Minnetonka . Minnetonka had won the last five Dundas Invitationals. In the Sartell/St. Stephen Tournament, Nisswa defeated Isanti 9-5 for the championship.
Here are the scores in the other weekend tournaments:
Stearns County Classic:
Lake Henry 3, Cold Spring Rockies 2
Milroy 6, Midway 4
Midway 6, Cold Spring Rockies 4
Milroy 12, Lake Henry 0
St. Martin 2, Raymond 0
Granite City Greys 6, Raymond 4
Sobieski 1, Granite City Greys 0
Sobieski 1, St. Martin 0
Cold Spring Rockies 8, Ramond 7 (8 innings)
Lake Henry 3, Midway 2
Granite City Greys 11, St. Martin 0
Mlroy 2, Sobieski 1
In the home run derby, Sobieski's Greg Aker defeated Milroy's Matt Bauer in the finals 3-2.
Dundas 5, Highland Park 3
St. Louis Park 6, Dundas 1
St. Louis Park 1, Highland Park 0
Minnetonka 13, Minneapolis Lakers 0
Minnetonka 4, Rochester Royals 3
Rochester Royals 8, Minneapolis Lakers 7 (10 innings)
St. Louis Park 2, Minnetonka 1. Casey Garvin scored the winning run on a single to center by Derrick Keller in the bottom of the ninth. Winning pitcher was Mike Lueck and the losing pitcher was Nate Melek.
Omann Insurance Invitational in Sartell/St. Stephen (Results from Pete Johnson)
Nisswa 4, St. Stephen 3
Luke Schumer's homer in the 6th inning won it. Lincoln Messner got the win, allowing 6 hits and 1 earned run.
Detroit Lakes 5, Springfield 4
Detroit Lakes Angels scored 4 runs in the bottom of the 7th to win it. Reed Oistad tied the game with a bases loaded double, and later scored the winning run on a wild pitch.
Sartell 5, Winsted 0
Sartell native and ex-Twins minor leaguer David Deminsky struck out 12 in the shutout. Right Fielder Adam Schellinger homered and had 3 hits.
Isanti 1, Lastrup 0
Wade Reichman throws 6 2/3 shutout innings, allowing 3 hits, 4 walks, and striking out 9. Bud Hiefort struck out the last batter with 2 on base, earning the save. Scott Janson was the hard-luck loser.
Nisswa 8, Detroit Lakes 7
Nisswa lead 7-0 after 3 innings, and 8-1, but DL posted 7 runs in the 5th inning to tie it. Nisswa won it in the bottom of the 7th with a walk and 3 hits. Aaron Jenkins had 3 hits and 4 RBI for Nisswa.
Isanti 3, Sartell 2
Charlie Zak had a 2-run triple for Isanti, and Adam West was the winning pitcher. Bud Heifort narrowly recorded his 2nd save of the day, working the 7th inning. He allowed a walk and 2 hits, getting the game-inning double play when the tying run was thrown out at home plate, and a trailing running was nabbed at third base.
St. Stephen 7, Springfield 3 (8 innings)
The co-host Steves tied the game in the top of the 7th to force extra innings. Neil Theisen and Dusty Upgren each hit 2-run homers in the extra frame.
Lastrup 7, Winsted 4
Jason Sandlovsky was the winning pitcher.
7th place: Winsted 7, Springfield 4
5th place: Lastrup 12, St. Stephen 11 (8 inn)
For St. Stephen, Jake Fiedler was 3-for-5 with 2 doubles and 6 RBI. Lastrup's Rick Schlieman was 4-for-6 with 2 doubles and walk-off RBI single in the eighth.
3rd place: Sartell 11, Detroit Lakes 0 (5 inn)
Adam Wenker pitched the short shutout.
Championship: Nisswa 9, Isanti 5
Jason Roepke was the winning pitcher. Nisswa Lightning leadoff hitter Drew Boland was named the tournament MVP. He hit a 3-run homer in the title game and finished the tournament 6-for-12. Luke Schumer added 2 hits and 2 RBI.