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July 3, 2022

5/6/2022 11:00:00 AM
Vikings' lone win last week comes against Princeton

North Branch 7, Princeton 3
North Branch broke their two game losing skid with a nice win over Mississippi 8 Conference opponent Princeton on Tuesday, April 26.
The Vikings got a strong start and two hits from Andrew Orf, and Noah Thorsen also starred at the plate and pitched an inning clean ball to finish off the Tigers.

Orf, a sophomore, went six innings for North Branch, allowing just one earned run on four hits in six innings. He struck out eight. Thorsen needed only 13 pitches to get through an inning of work that featured one strikeout.

On the offensive side of the ball, Orf, Thorsen and Jaxon Johnson all had multi-hit games. Thorsen had one walk, one run and two RBIs. Nat Skiba, Isaiah Scarborough and Johnson had the other RBIs.
Loghan Croal went one-for-three with a run and a stolen base.

Faribault 11, North Branch 2
Faribault jumped all over North Branch when the Vikings traveled down there on Wednesday, April 27.

The Falcons scored six runs in the bottom of the first inning, and it was just too much for the Vikings to fight back against.

After that, every time North Branch would scrap together a run, Faribault would answer in the bottom half of that same inning with a run of their own until they finished the Vikes off with three in the seventh to win 11-2.

Thorsen went two-for-three with an RBI, but the problem was those were the only two hits for the Vikings.
Tanner Helin drew a walk and scored a run later in the game.

St. Francis 10, North Branch 8
The Vikings simply ran out of pitching steam against St. Francis when they played them on Thursday, April 28. It was their third game in three days, and that’s a grind for high school baseball teams when you factor in pitch counts and young arms.

The offense was alive, but it’s tough to win a baseball game when you give up 10 runs.



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