BASEBALL: Bemidji bludgeons Eastview to cap regular season with dominant win

The Bemidji High School baseball team closed out the regular season in dominant fashion in Apple Valley on Thursday.

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APPLE VALLEY – The Bemidji High School baseball team closed out the regular season in dominant fashion in Apple Valley on Thursday. Facing off against Eastview, the Lumberjacks poured on 18 runs to double up the Lightning in an 18-9 win.

Offensive stars for BHS (12-7) were numerous. Leadoff hitter Ben Corradi had three hits, three runs and three RBIs in five at-bats. Will Zellmann had two hits and three RBIs, while Peyton Neadeau and Dan Clusiau each had two RBIs.

The Jacks racked up six runs in the third inning and eight runs in the sixth to put the game out of reach, highlighted by Corradi’s three-run home run and Zellmann’s two-run triple.

Ethan Biehn picked up the win for Bemidji, tossing 3 1/3 innings with six hits and four runs allowed to keep Eastview (9-11) at bay.

Next up for the Lumberjacks is the Section 8-4A Tournament, which begins on Tuesday, May 31. Seedings come out on Friday.


Bemidji 18, Eastview 9

BHS 006 208 2 – 18-11-2

ESV 320 021 1 – 9-11-7

WP: Biehn (3.1 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 0 K)

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