The effort by New Hampton’s Ryan Gorman is definitely there, but Turkey Valley’s Jaden Bruess did reach safely for an infield single on this play.

Chickasaws roll again

New Hampton shows off strengths in 11-1 win over TV

The numbers New Hampton’s baseball team are putting up are downright ridiculous, enough so that Friday’s 11-1 win over Turkey Valley almost seemed ho-hum for Chickasaw fans.Then again, New Hampton leads all Class 2A teams in runs (229), home runs (9), walks (110), hit-by-pitches (39), batting average (.403) and on-base percentage (.548).“They play fundamental baseball,” Turkey Valley coach Dan Stepan said. “Bottom line is we lost to a quality team.”The Chickasaws jumped out to a quick lead as they used two walks, three hit-by-pitches and a pair of hits to go up 5-0.That was more than enough for Ryan Gorman, Noah Hopp and Alex Troyna, who split the mound duties for the Chickasaws and combined for a four-hitter.“It was nice to give some guys a little work on the mound,” New Hampton coach Cory McDonald said. “I think both coach Stepan and I wanted to just get some guys out there, keep them ready but not extend anyone.”More on the story may be found in the June 21 Tribune. 

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