St. Cloud Tech won its round-robin portion of the Mac Doane Boys Tennis Tournament at South Junior High School and Discovery Elementary School.
Tech beat Hastings 5-2, Virginia 7-0 and Minneapolis South 7-0. Hastings took second, Virginia was third and Minneapolis South was fourth.
Riley Peterson went 3-0 for the Tigers at No. 1 doubles and No. 1 singles. Luke Conboy, Nate Jordre and Sam Nelson all went 3-0 in singles play for Tech (6-1).
Kevin Heller and Nick Portz both went 3-0 in doubles play. The two were teamed up for two of the three matches.
St. Cloud Cathedral took third in its round-robin portion of the tournament in Sartell.
Cathedral fell 5-2 to Anoka, 5-2 to Monticello and beat Detroit Lakes 5-2. Monticello took first place.
Alec Ferris and Paul Becker both went 3-0 in singles play for the Crusaders (5-5).
MOORHEAD 1, ST. CLOUD TECH 0 (14 INN.)
Justin Keller drew a leadoff walk in the 14th inning and came around to score on Zech Klindt’s single and win the game for Moorhead.
The Spuds downed St. Cloud Tech in a nonconference high school baseball game Saturday at Dick Putz Field.
Logan Aleshire was 3-for-6 to lead Tech (2-3 Central Lakes Conference, 2-6 overall). Nick Schmitt and Dylan Carlson each had two hits for the Tigers.
ST. CLOUD APOLLO 4, FERGUS FALLS 0
Tanner Aleshire pitched 61/3 innings with three hits allowed in his first start of the season for St. Cloud Apollo at Joe Faber Field.
Michael Tiede finished 1-for-3 with an RBI for the Eagles.
Apollo (4-3 Central Lakes, 5-3 overall) had three hits but scored on two wild pitches and an error.
PAYNESVILLE – The Bulldogs defeated Milaca 7-3 and were led by a home run off the bat of Grant Thompson.
The Bulldogs lost to Dassel-Cokato 5-2 earlier in the day. Matthew Quade was 2-for-4 to lead Paynesville.
Milaca defeated Dassel-Cokato 13-3.
SARTELL 21, PRINCETON 19
PRINCETON – Taylor Johnson had four hits and scored five runs to lead the Sabres, who tallied 15 hits. Joselyn Specht had two hits and four RBI for Sartell.
COON RAPIDS 7, ST. CLOUD TECH 1
WAITE PARK – The Tigers fell to 3-2 on the season with the nonconference loss.
Kirsten Haus went 3-for-3 for Tech, which plays Monday at Monticello.
STAPLES – Izach Evens tied for third place with an 80 to lead Albany to a third-place finish at the 11-team event.
Staples-Motley’s Andrew Israelson was medalist with a one-round total of 74.
Perham won the team standings with 330 total strokes, followed by Pequot Lakes (340) and Albany (343).