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May 30, 2014

Northeast takes 2 from Indians

CAMANCHE — Northeast put up 10 runs in each game and swept Camanche 10-3 and 10-2 in high school baseball Thursday.

The Rebels scored four runs in the top of the first inning in the opener to establish a lead they wouldn’t lose.

Tevin Stoecker and Matt Haferbier each drove in two runs for Northeast, which improved to 2-1 overall and in River Valley Conference action.

The Indians struck first in the second game, but a seven-run third inning broke it open for Northeast. Rebels pitchers Michael Hartung and Jarrett Sterk limited the Indians (2-3, 1-3) to three hits.

Camanche kicked off its season Tuesday with a split against North Cedar.

Tanner Atkinson threw a five-hit shutout in the opener, a 7-0 Camanche win. North Cedar overcame a 6-4 deficit in the second game, scoring five runs in the fourth inning and four in the fifth.

“Tanner Atkinson pitched a great game,” Camanche coach Darryl Cochran said. “He worked out of a couple of jams, had 10 strikeouts and only walked two.

“We ran ourself out of some possible big innings (in Game 2). We have to be a lot smarter on the basepaths.”


Northeast 400 042 0 — 10 3 0

Camanche 001 200 0 — 3 5 5

Ketzalli Dondiego, Dell (3), Lashelle (6) and Zach Scott; Blake Bialas, Seth Boysen (4), Tanner Atkinson (6) and Devon Belk. 2B — Northeast (Dondiego). RBIs — Northeast (Nick Wall, Dondiego, Tevin Stoecker 2, Matt Haferbier 2, Jack Murphy); Camanche (Boysen, Atkinson, Kyler Campie).


Camanche 110 00 — 2 3 5

Northeast 217 02 — 10 8 0

Levi Carber and Belk; Hartung, Sterk (5) and Scott. Multiple hits — Northeast (Dondiego 2, Nick Bailey 2). HR — Northeast (Stoecker). RBIs — Camanche (Atkinson, Derek Harksen); Northeast (Charlie Marcucci, Wall, Dondiego 2, Lashelle 2, Will Hasken).



North Cedar 000 000 0 — 0 5 2

Camanche 000 520 x — 7 5 2

Riley Broughton, Jacob Hay (5) and Brice Shar; Tanner Atkinson and Devon Belk. Multiple hits — North Cedar (Broughton 2, Charlie Patterson 2); Camanche (Belk 2). 2B — North Cedar (Patterson). RBIs — Camanche (Seth Boysen, Atkinson 2, Dylan Busse).


North Cedar 301 541 2 — 16 11 2

Camanche 312 100 0 — 7 9 3

Shar, Patterson (6) and Broughton; Busse, Boysen (4), Derek Harksen (6) and Belk. Multiple hits — North Cedar (Patterson 2, Josh Kintzel 2, Broughton); Camanche (Blake Bialas 2, Atkinson 3). 2B — North Cedar (Broughton). RBIs — North Cedar (Kintzel 2, Jacob Hay 3, Broughton 2, Shar 3, Jacob Welch, Bryan Kash); Camanche (Bialas, Boysen, Hunter Alm, Busse).

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