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www.tricountynews.mn PAGE 9 8,2016 1 in the semifinal game.) Raymond WILDCATS AB R H BI is the 2016 Class C state champion. Tony Kley 5 0 0 1 CLIPPERS AB R H BI lake Prehn 4 1 1 0 Kevin Kramer 5 0 2 1 Joe Kley 4 1 1 0 Lincoln Haugen 5 1 2 0 Gregg Kohler 3 0 1 1 Dan Berg 4 0 1 0 Garrett Zander 3 1 0 0 Brendan Ashton 4 1 3 1 Matt Wroge 3 1 1 1 Heath Kramer 5 0 0 0 Curtis Herbolsheimer4 2 2 1 Adam Hiltner 3 1 0 0 Nate Tesch 4 0 0 2 Dallas Everson 1 0 0 0 Ryan Quast 4 0 1 0 Matt Geislinger 3 2 2 2 Luke Theisen 1 0 0 0 Brian Benson 4 0 0 0 Patrick Tschida - Gary Peters 4 0 0 0 Totals 33 7 7 6 Dustin Kramer - Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Totals 38 510 4 Clippers 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 5 10 3 WP Tony Kley Wildcats 0 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 X 7 7 4 LP Matt Geislinger Brendan Ashton crosses the plate on a double RBI by Matt Geislinger, with Adam Hiltner right behind him in the top of the sixth inning. The Clippers' 5 runs weren't enough; Winsted won, 7-5. (Winsted lost to Sobieski Sunday, 15-12.) Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua. ByIean Doran Matua, Editor and a two-run error. They stayed the seventh inning. They would The Watkins Clippers' string of ahead the rest of the game. score one more run in the eighth wins had to come to an end some- Tony Kley would be tagged for on a RBI single by I(evin Kramer time; it ended three games from the win for the seven innings he scoring Geislinger. the state championship. But they pitched. He struck out nine, walked The loss ended the Clippers' didn't give up without a fight. The four, and gave up seven hits. 2016 run for state champion. The WinstedWildcatswontheday,7-5. Matt Geislinger would take Wildcats played Sobieski Sunday, The Clippers were first up, and the loss after a full game on the losing 15-12. Sobieski went on to scored first in the game. Lincoln mound. He struck out 11, walked the championship game, losing Haugen singled, and was brought four, and allowed four earned to powerhouse Raymond Rockets home on a single by Brendan runs onsevenhits. 5-4. (You'll remember the Rockets Ashton. At the top of the sixth, the Clip- as the team that made the Clippers The Wil~ts answered backin pers pushed across three runs, by work hard for their Region llC thesecondwiththreerunsonaRBIAshton, Hiltner, and Geislinger. championship, handing them one double by Curtis Herbolsheimer Watkins was behind 6-4 going into of the toughest losses of the year Brendan Ashton did about a 180-degree spin on his belly at third base in th~top of the seventh inning; there was no score in the seventh for the Clippers. ~ on if the on the o median, for in, but they remain alert for children. (with and (all street corners). Every corner isa crosswalk. Source: Minnesota Department of Public Safety, 2016 Hendricks Bus Service, Inc., is owned by Joann Hendricks, Lonnie and gev Hendricks, and Tammy Konz Dockendorf Bus Service, Inc., is owned by Ron and Mary Dockendorf, Jim and Sarah Dockendorf Eden Valley School Bus Line, Inc., is owned by Tim heis