A Championship Trophy For Hayfield High School Baseball Team

A Championship Trophy For Hayfield High School Baseball Team

It’s anything but a glad end of the week in the little southeast Minnesota town of Hayfield. Its secondary school ball club returned Friday from a noteworthy excursion to the state competition with the Class A title prize.

Here’s the synopsis of the title game from the Minnesota State High School League:

Senior infielder Erik Bungum was the hostile and guarded saint as Hayfield finished an undefeated season with a 7-4 triumph over New York Mills in the Class A baseball title game on Friday, June 18 at Target Field in Minneapolis. The Vikings (26-0), who energized from a mid four-run shortage, completed 2021 as Minnesota’s just undefeated secondary school ball club.

Senior infielder/pitcher Lucas Hansen and three hits in Hayfield’s 10-hit assault. The Vikings, who scored 41 runs in the three competition games, required that offense subsequent to following early. Bungum and senior outfielder Ethan Slaathaug added two hits each. Dre Roberts, a senior righthander, went the initial 5 1/3 innings to acquire the triumph. Junior Nolan Klocke took care of the last 1 2/3 casings and got away from a bases-stacked 6th inning jam to acquire the save.

It is the principal baseball title for Hayfield in two state competition trips. In their other appearance, the Vikings won the encouragement last in 2019.

New York Mills (25-3) completed as the Class A sprinter up for the second time since 2019.

The Eagles got off to a solid beginning with a consolidated six singles and a stroll for four runs in the subsequent inning runs. Senior Abe Carlson had two hits and scored a run for the Eagles. Be that as it may, Hayfield reacted with two runs in the third and started to lead the pack for great when Bungum cleared the bases with a drive to profound left place field. The Vikings added a 6th inning race to wrap up the scoring.

Roberts arrived at the 115-contribute mark the lower part of the inning and offered approach to Klocke. The Eagles made things intriguing as a walk and a couple of singles to stack the bases with one out. Roberts lifted a fly to short left handle that appeared to be inconvenience until Bungum made a jumping over the shoulder get. Klocke than struck out the following hitter to end the danger. The lesser resigned the side all together in the seventh to procure the save

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