Saints earn four more wins; improve to 13-1

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Levi Sweere comes across to score a run for KMS during its win over YME last week as KMS coach James Cortez (left) also waves around Weston Gjerde.

The KMS baseball team won four more games last week to improve to 13-1 overall.  The Saints fell for the first time, Friday, May 10, against Albany (1-0), but that has been the only setback for the Saints, who are a couple more wins from repeating as Camden Conference champions.

During last week’s action, the Saints beat Border West last Monday night (7-2), won at home against YME last Tuesday (9-0), won by a rout at Ortonville Thursday (18-0), and also won a game at the BBE Wooden Bat Tourney against Browerville-EV, Friday (6-2).

Believe it or not, the Saints actually had two more games scheduled for Saturday, but a game against Willmar in the second round of the BBE Tourney and a home game with MACCRAY were both called off due to weather...

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PICTURED: Levi Sweere comes across to score a run for KMS during its win over YME last week as KMS coach James Cortez (left) also waves around Weston Gjerde.
 

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