BELOIT - The Turner Trojans made it a perfect 9-0 Friday afternoon as they defeated visiting Edgerton 12-11 in a wild contest.
The Trojans trailed 11-5 heading into the bottom of the fifth inning when they exploded for seven runs to take a 12-11 lead, an advantage that would stand up when Grant Revels held the Crimson Tide scoreless over the final two innings.
Kenny Draeving was also stellar in relief, allowing two unearned runs after the Tide had great success early in the game offensively.
It was a sloppy affair, with the teams combining to commit 10 errors, five from each side.
Drew Ries went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI, Keegan Marquardt finished with two hits, and Jack Scharlau drove in three runs to pace the Trojans offense.
Jayden Johnson went 4-for-5 with a pair of RBI to lead Edgerton.
The Trojans will host Jefferson Tuesday.
TURNER 12, EDGERTON 11
Edgerton 203 420 0-11 16 6
Turner 122 070 x-12 9 6
Rusch, Gullickson (5); Viens, Draeving (4), Revels (6)
Leading hitters-Gullickson (E) 2x5, Johnson (E) 3x5, Wileman (E) 3x4, Hanson (E) 2x5, Veitch (E) 2x4, Ries (T) 2x3, Marquardt (T) 2x3. 2B-Gullickson, Hanson, Johnson 2, Wileman, Ries, Sharlau (T).
SO-Rusch 0, Gullickson 1, Viens 3, Draeving 3, Revels 1. BB-Rusch 0, Gullickson 2, Viens 1, Draeving 1, Revels 1.
• WAUCONDA 6, HONONEGAH 5: The Indains' valiant effort at a comeback win on the road fell just short Saturday when they fell to Wauconda.
The Bulldogs scored five runs in the first inning and led 5-2 heading into the seventh when the Indians rallied for three runs to tie the game.
Wauconda then scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to send the Indians home with a loss to bring their season record to 11-6.
Noah Goddard and Payton Mather each finished with a pair of hits, as did Ryan Blunt.
• GOLF: Freshman Griffin Oberneder of Beloit Memorial came up victorious in the Tri-City Championship, held Friday at Glen Erin Golf Course.
Oberneder defeated Zach Milner of Janesville Parker in a one-hole playoff with a birdie after shooting an 88 in the second day of the two-day tournament.
Alex Hoey shot a 98, while Corey Brown finished with a 97 on Friday to round out the varsity scores.
• GIRLS TRACK: Several Hononegah athletes had solid performances at Saturday's Carol Koszola Classic in Roselle, Ill.
Freshman Reghan Unger ran a 12.68 in the 100-meters to finish third, while sisters Katie Johnson (third place, 11:50) and Lauren Johnston (11:55) placed third and fourth in the 3200.
Unger also placed third in the long jump with a 17-01.
Honesty Sandlin was fourth in the 300-hurdles with a 49.03, while the Indians 4x800 team won the race with a 9:48.