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Tigers stay unbeaten in baseball

Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta stayed improved to 4-0 with a 13-9 win at Montevideo in West Central Conference South action Thursday.

The Tigers changed the game plan from tight, low-scoring wins by unleashing a barrage of 18 hits in a 13-9 win at Montevideo Thursday.

The Tigers held the lead all game, but the ThunderHawks would not go away.

With a 4-3 lead after four innings, the Tigers scored eight runs in the fifth on seven hits, three walks, and an error.

The Tigers got on the board early on Erickson's single, Eric Riley's RBI triple, and Cole Riley's RBI hit for a 2-0 lead.

In the third, the Tigers went up 4-2 when Ryan Beyer doubled over the center fielder's head and Eric Riley tripled again, followed by another Cole Riley RBI hit.

In the bottom of the seventh, Montevideo trailed 13-9 and had the bases loaded. Tyler Hansen struck out Joe Bednar, who was 4-for-4 at that point, and got a pop up to end the game.

Hansen got a three-inning save and Eric Riley worked four innings for the win.