Cretin-DH’s Wright throws 5-inning perfecto
• CRETIN-DERHAM HALL 13, EAST RIDGE 0: Cretin-Derham Hall pitcher Eli Wright turned Friday’s highly anticipated battle between two of the Suburban East’s best teams into his personal showcase, striking out six batters en route to a five-inning perfect game. The Raiders’ bats also made noise, particularly those of Dominic Dandrea and Nick Lacina. Dandrea, a senior catcher, went 3-for-4 with a home run and five RBI while Lacina, a senior outfielder, was 3-for-3 with a home run and four RBI.
• EDEN PRAIRIE 7, WAYZATA 5: The Eagles trailed 3-0 after two innings but rallied and pulled out the victory when Drew Miller hit a three-run homer in the top of the seventh inning.
• ST. LOUIS PARK 2, CHISAGO LAKES 1 (9): South Dakota State recruit Ryan Froom pitched all nine innings for the Orioles, giving up three hits while striking out 11. He also drove in the winning run with a sacrifice fly.
• WHITE BEAR LAKE 7, ROSEVILLE 4: The Bears exploded for six runs in the top of the sixth inning on six hits, including two by Patrick Mulvaney, along with a walk and a hit batter to rally past the Raiders in the first game of a doubleheader.
• BENILDE-ST. MARGARET’S 6, SPRING LAKE PARK 5 (9 INN.): The Red Knights gave up three runs in the top of the seventh, but won two innings later when Mike McGill’s single scored Keaton Stensrud with the winning run.
• EDINA 9, HOPKINS 3: Matthew Hopfner threw a complete-game victory and was just as good at the plate, going 4-for-5.
East Ridge rolls
• EAST RIDGE 12, PARK OF COTTAGE GROVE 2: Kelsey Ihns of the Raptors dominated, pitching a complete game while going 3-for-3 at the plate with two home runs, a double and six RBI.
• NEW LIFE ACADEMY 10, WEST LUTHERAN 0: Valerie Hohol pitched a five-inning no-hitter, striking out 12, while Chloe Westlund and Nicole Johnson each went 3-for-3 to lead the Eagles’ attack.
• VISITATION 12, BROOKLYN CENTER 0; VISITATION 19, PROVIDENCE ACADEMY 2: The Blazers were dominant in back-to-back games against different conference opponents. Freshman pitcher Sarah Otto struck out nine in a complete-game shutout victory over Brooklyn Center in the first game and senior catcher Anne Debertin went 3-for-3 with a walk, double, triple, home run, four runs scored and four RBI in the rout of Providence.
• STILLWATER 20, MAHTOMEDI 4: Dana Almquist scored nine goals and added two assists as the Ponies improved to 7-0.
• TARTAN 5, NORTH ST. PAUL 3: Natalie Herzog scored back-to-back goals to break a 3-3 tie and give Tartan its first girls’ lacrosse victory in school history.
|Cincinnati - LP: J. Broxton||1||FINAL|
|Pittsburgh - WP: T. Watson||2|
|Minnesota - LP: T. May||1||FINAL|
|Baltimore - WP: M. Gonzalez||9|
|NY Yankees - WP: C. Capuano||6||FINAL|
|Toronto - LP: M. Buehrle||3|
|Philadelphia - LP: J. Diekman||1||FINAL|
|NY Mets - WP: J. deGrom||4|
|Boston - WP: A. Ranaudo||8||FINAL|
|Tampa Bay - LP: C. Archer||4|
|Miami - LP: C. Hatcher||2||FINAL|
|Atlanta - WP: D. Carpenter||5|
|Cleveland - WP: D. Salazar||6||FINAL|
|Kansas City - LP: J. Vargas||1|
|Detroit - WP: J. Verlander||7||FINAL|
|Chicago WSox - LP: S. Carroll||1|
|Texas - WP: S. Baker||13||FINAL|
|Houston - LP: B. Oberholtzer||6|
|Chicago Cubs - WP: N. Ramirez||7||FINAL|
|St. Louis - LP: P. Neshek||2|
|Colorado - LP: R. Brothers||2||FINAL|
|Arizona - WP: B. Ziegler||5|
|Oakland - LP: J. Lester||0||FINAL|
|LA Angels - WP: J. Weaver||4|
|Los Angeles - LP: K. Correia||2||FINAL|
|San Diego - WP: T. Stauffer||3|
|Washington - WP: J. Zimmermann||8||FINAL|
|Seattle - LP: F. Hernandez||3|
|Milwaukee - LP: W. Peralta||2||FINAL|
|San Francisco - WP: R. Vogelsong||13|
|Green Bay||9/4/14 7:30 PM|
|(21) Texas A&M||52||FINAL|
|(9) So Carolina||28|
|(18) Ole Miss||35|
|(19) Arizona State||45|
|(6) Jacksonville St||7||FINAL|
|(8) Michigan State||45|
|Penn State||7:30 AM|
|(7) UCLA||11:00 AM|
|Western Mich||11:00 AM|
|(5) Ohio State||11:00 AM|
|Appalachian St||11:00 AM|
|Ga Southern||11:30 AM|
|Boston College||2:00 PM|
|West Virginia||2:30 PM|
|(17) Notre Dame|
|(10) South Dakota St||2:30 PM|
|Fla Atlantic||2:30 PM|
|UC Davis||3:00 PM|
|(16) Clemson||4:30 PM|
|(23) North Carolina|
|Ohio U||5:00 PM|
|Louisiana Tech||6:00 PM|
|Stephen F Austin||6:10 PM|
|(20) Kansas State|
|Fresno State||6:30 PM|
|Southern Miss||6:30 PM|
|Texas-El Paso||7:00 PM|
|North Texas||7:00 PM|
|(1) Florida State||7:00 PM|
|(14) Wisconsin||8:00 PM|
|South Dakota||9:30 PM|
|(25) Washington||9:30 PM|
|Utah State||8/31/14 6:00 PM|
|SMU||8/31/14 6:30 PM|
|Miami-Florida||9/1/14 7:00 PM|
|Arizona||9/4/14 7:00 PM|
|Pittsburgh||9/5/14 6:00 PM|
|Washington St||9/5/14 9:30 PM|
|Sporting Kansas City||1|
|Winnipeg||8/31/14 3:00 PM|
|Toronto||9/1/14 12:00 PM|
|Edmonton||9/1/14 3:30 PM|
|Brt Columbia||9/5/14 6:30 PM|
|Calgary||9/6/14 6:00 PM|
|Hamilton||9/7/14 12:00 PM|
|Saskatchewan||9/7/14 3:00 PM|