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WHA Wolves blank Cass Lake-Bena 10-0

The WHA Wolves scored in all but one inning Tuesday to hand Cass Lake-Bena a 10-0 setback at Akeley. It lifted the Wolves to 1-0 in the Northland Conference and 2-1 overall. CLB dropped to 1-2 in league play and 2-3 overall. The Panthers play at ...

The WHA Wolves scored in all but one inning Tuesday to hand Cass Lake-Bena a 10-0 setback at Akeley.

It lifted the Wolves to 1-0 in the Northland Conference and 2-1 overall.

CLB dropped to 1-2 in league play and 2-3 overall. The Panthers play at Red Lake Thursday and host Blackduck Friday at 4:30.

Woodruff set down the Panthers on six hits, going the distance. Keenan Humphrey worked the first four to draw his first loss.

Walker pounded out nine hits two each by Wizner, Karst and Granley. Wizner's included a two-run homer in the fifth.

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The Panthers advanced only one runner past second, loading the bases with two outs in the sixth but failed to score.

Two walks and a Lewis double in the last of the frame ended the game early.

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Humphrey (0-1), Conner (5) and Wind

Woodruff (1-0) and Peterson

Red Lake 7,

Laporte 2

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LAPORTE - J.R. Parker struck out 19 and allowed just three hits with no walks through seven innings to lead Red Lake to a 7-2 win over Laporte Tuesday.

Parker also had a fine day at the plate ending 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI. He also scored twice and stole three bases. Rob Kingbird drove in two for the Warriors.

Taylor Day ended 2-for-3 to lead the Wildcats. He also had a stolen base and scored once. Jordan Lemke got the loss on the mound for Laporte.

Red Lake (1-1) returns to the diamond today in their home opener versus Cass Lake-Bena.

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WHA 9,

Red Lake 7

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Monday. WHA broke a 4-4 tie in the fourth and went on to beat Red Lake 9-7.

The Warriors narrowed the gap to 8-7 in the sixth but WHA got one in the last of the frame and blanked Red Lake in the seventh.

Red Lake out hit the winners 6-5 with J. R. Parker going 3-4 and Justin Jourdain 2-3. Karst and Vinkemier had two hits for the Wolves.

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Parker (1-1) and Cloud

Teller (1-0), Peterson, Cocks and Vinkemier

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