College Baseball: Raiders knock off Wabash College

Central Lakes College vs Wabash College JV March 8

Gunner Wicklund

TUCSON, Ariz. — Gunnar Wicklund launched a three-run home run in the first inning and tripled in the Central Lakes College Raiders’ sixth-inning rally as CLC beat Wabash College JV 7-6 Tuesday, March 8.

Wicklund’s sixth-inning triple scored Kyle Baker to make it 6-5 and Derin Gaudette doubled home Wicklund to make it 7-5.

Gaudette tallied two hits with a walk in the win. Carter Holtzlecier started for the Raiders and pitched three innings with four strikeouts. Ben Dornseif picked up the win.

Gaudette recorded the save with one inning pitched and two strikeouts.

Wabash College 6 9 1

Central Lakes 7 4 1

WP: Ben Dornseif. 2B: CLC-Derin Gaudette. 3B: CLC-Gunnar Wicklund. HR: CLC-Gunnar Wicklund. Overall: CLC 3-2. Next: Central Lakes vs. Williston State College at Tucson, Ariz., 10 a.m. Thursday, March 10.

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