Tiger baseball splits twice

Senior outfielder Derek Groebner went after a sinking liner in the Tigers’ May 9 double-dip with Foley.  Photo by Jeff Hage

Senior outfielder Derek Groebner went after a sinking liner in the Tigers’ May 9 double-dip with Foley. Photo by Jeff Hage

Princeton baseball split its two double-headers last week, both against Granite Ridge foes.

On May 9, the Tigers defeated Foley 4-2 after dropping the opener 9-2. Chance Parker pitched a complete game against Foley in the 4-2 win.

On Monday, May 13, Sam Archer threw a complete-game shutout when Princeton defeated Zimmerman 4-0. The Thunder took the opener 3-2.

In their other action last week, the Tigers were clipped by Big Lake 3-2 on May 10 despite another solid pitching outing from Zack Ludwig.

Tiger Softball is still searching for that first win of the season. At home on May 10, Princeton was blanked by Cloquet 4-0 after North Branch posted a 10-1 win over the Tigers.

Zimmerman held for a 5-0 win over the Tigers May 13.

Granite Ridge Baseball

St. Cloud Cathedral 7-1, 12-2; Little Falls 8-2, 8-3; Albany 10-3, 10-3; Foley 4-3, 7-3; Zimmerman 4-5, 5-7; Mora 3-6, 5-6; Princeton 3-6, 4-9; Milaca 1-5, 2-5; Becker 0-9, 0-10.

Granite Ridge Softball

Becker 10-0, 11-2; Zimmerman 6-2, 9-3; Mora 8-3, 9-3; St. Cloud Cathedral 3-3, 4-4; Little Falls 6-4, 6-6; Milaca 4-7, 4-8; Foley 2-5, 3-6; Albany 2-9, 2-10, Princeton 0-8, 0-10.

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