The Kilowatts faced off against Cold Spring on Saturday. The Kilowatts scored a quick run in the first inning, answered by two from Cold Spring in the bottom of the first. The Kilowatts scored a run in the fourth and two in the fifth. Cold Spring tied it up in the bottom of the fifth, starting what turned out to be a marathon of scoreless innings.

In the 10th inning, Tyler Dammann and Derek Dyrdahl got on base. Austin Vikander was beaned to load the bases. Unfortunately, a strikeout ended the inning. The Kilowatts got a runner on second in the 14th, but ended up leaving him stranded. Cold Spring started the bottom of the 14th with a double. A walk, followed by a bunt loaded the bases. Then a deep fly let the runner on third score and end the game with a Cold Spring victory 5-4.

Craig Listul lead with the most hits for the Kilowatts, including a solo home run.

Adam Brewers pitched for the Kilowatts. He threw all 14 innings, allowing five runs, 16 hits, and walking three. Brewers said that his curveballs helped a lot in the late innings, and thanked his defense for helping get him out of some tough spots. The Kilowatts are now out of the tournament and done for the season, but are ready to come back stronger next year.

Batting

Kilowatts

Brandon Grund 6-1 r 2 Jordan Odegard 7-3 r 1 Tyler Dammann 7-2 rbi 1 Craig Listul 7-4 r 1 rbi 2 Derek Dyrdahl 6-2 Austin Vikander 5-0 Dylan Lindstrom 5-1 Nick Richter 1-0 Jordan Thompson 5-0 Austin Friese 1-0 Adam Brewers 5-0 King Richter 1-0

Cold Spring

Kevin Wenner 7-1 r 2 Jordan Neu 6-3 r 2 Austin Dufner 7-3 r 1 Calvin Kalthoff 7-2 rbi 3 Nick Skluzacek 6-1 rbi 1 Jake Hennen 5-3 Cole Field 1-0 Andrew Allar 4-1 Reece Hemmesch 1-0 Blake Holbrouk 5-1 David Jonas 1-0

Pitching

Kilowatts

Adam Brewers ip 13.33 #p 173 r 5 er 2 h 16 bb 3

Cold Spring

Eli Backes ip 8 #p 110 r 4 er 3 h 9 bb 0

Trevor Lardy ip 6 #p 78 r 0 er 0 h 4 bb 0