"Trent has been doing that all year long," Omdahl said of his ability to escape major damage with runners on base. "We've came to him as of late, and he's doing just as he has tonight. He's gone deep into games and won some big games for us."

Zimmerman, a hard throwing senior right hander, recorded the final six outs and four of those came via the strikeout.

´╗┐Aggies use big first inning to knock off Northern Cass

"That was exactly the way we wanted to come out and play," PRFL coach Brett Omdahl said. "We put our foot down right away."

The Aggies have some familiarity with Beulah. PRFL lost 4 3 in extra innings to the Miners in the fourth game of the season at a tournament in Enderlin.

Women Canada Goose Dawson Parka Red Nz

The No. 4 seed Aggies scored six runs in their first at bat en route to a 10 4 victory over Northern Cass on Thursday, June 2, in the quarterfinals of the North Dakota Class B state tournament at Newman Outdoor Field.

The tournament setup called for runners to be placed on base at the beginning of an inning to settle the extra inning games at the tournament. The Miners scored after they were given a runner to start the frame on third base.

"I thought we would come out better out Women Canada Goose Dawson Parka Red Nz of the gates," Northern Cass coach Ron Leraas said. "We struggled to throw strikes.

FARGO The first state tournament appearance in program history got off to an ideal start for Park River/Fordville Lankin.

"We had our chances. We didn't get timely hitting. When you're not throwing strikes or getting timely hits, it isn't a good combination."

Brennen Neva and Sawyer Burchill led the Jaguars with a pair of hits, although Northern Cass couldn't receive enough big hits in key spots.

wetlandsOUTDOORS CALENDARopinionHeadlinesPort: We need a "None of the above" option on our ballotsOUR OPINION: Kudos to UND for photo findingsVIEWPOINT: Tobacco tax hike proposals ignore economic realityLETTER: North Dakota protest response shows Cavalry mentality LETTER: Let medical marijuana work in North DakotaFARGO The first state tournament appearance in program history got off to an ideal start for Park River/Fordville Lankin.

Carlson, a junior left hander, worked his way out of a number of jams. He wiggled out of bases loaded jams in the fourth and fifth innings, then needed the help of Zimmerman out of the bullpen to get out of a bases loaded mess in the sixth.

"That really helped me going out there in the second inning with a six run lead," said PRFL starting pitcher Trent Carlson, who pitched into the sixth inning.

The Aggies sent 12 batters to the plate in the bottom of the first inning. Daman Flaten, Steven Thompson and Will Zimmerman had run scoring hits, while Northern Cass helped the rally with two runs scored on passed balls and one on a bases loaded walk.

PRFL, which improved to 14 5, plays No. semifinal.