Watertown ten run rules Aberdeen

Brent Nathaniel
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ABERDEEN, S.D. (GoWatertown.net) — Watertown Post 17 would bounce back with two big wins over Aberdeen on Tuesday. 

Game one was a 12-2 affair that was called in the fifth inning due to the 10 run rule.  Braxton Lacher would have a big night with three hits, and four RBI’s.  Andrew Czech would drop down two hits and three RBI’s.  Kale Stevenson would go four innings, throwing 98 pitches for six hits, two runs, seven strikeouts, and issuing five walks. Connor Hanson would close the game on 25 pitches, fanning two.  

Game two was a 16-4 final that was also called in the sixth inning.  Czech would once again put up three hits and three RBI’s.  Dawson Schmidt would also drop three hits and send three past the plate.  Easton Thury would pitch five innings, throwing 95 pitches for four hits, four runs, issued four walks while striking out nine.  Jerod Cycus would shut the door on 18 pitches striking out two.  

Watertown Post 17 (10-8) will come back home Tuesday, June 1st as Mitchell Post 18 comes to town for a 5 and 7 p.m. first pitch.  Brent Nathaniel will have coverage on the Talk of Watertown 1480 KSDR with video at GoWatertown.net/Post17.