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Holz KOs Warriors; Knights win
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MONTICELLO - Brandon "Bubba" Holz was lights out on the mound Monday, leading the Ponies to an 11-1 baseball win over Black Hawk.

Holz struck out nine batters in five innings, while allowing just two walks, four hits and one unearned run.

"Bubba pitched really well for us," Ponies coach Jason Pinnow said. "He did what he had to do in order to keep us in the game."

Monticello took advantage of six Warriors errors. The Ponies scored four runs in the first, two in both the second and fourth and three in the fifth to end the game.

Corey McGowan was 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and two RBI for the Ponies. Teammate Casey Klossner was 2-3 with two RBI, and Brad Hefty had a double and drove in two runs.

Michael Wolff took the loss for Black Hawk. Wolff had three strikeouts, three walks and allowed seven earned runs.

New Glarus 4, Cambridge 2

NEW GLARUS - The Knights scored all four runs in the sixth inning to help Nick Stuessy pick up the win after a solid outing on the hill.

Stuessy had four strikeouts to go with six scattered hits and four walks. New Glarus had five hits.

Cambridge took a 1-0 lead in the third inning, but couldn't plate another runner until the seventh.

Barneveld 14, Albany 4

BARNEVELD - Tyler Bauman was roughed up on the hill to open the game, and the Comets went down in five innings to the Eagles.

Bauman allowed eight runs in an inning-plus of work before being relieved by Boomer Detra in the second inning.

Shawn Monson hit a pair of home runs for Barneveld, and Weston Peterson struck out nine Albany hitters.

Mike Elmer had a double, one of the Comets' three hits.

Barneveld scored five runs in the first inning and three in the second, two in the third, three in the fourth and a final run in the fifth to end the game early.

Albany scored once in the second and three times in the fifth.

Albany will close out the regular season by hosting Argyle on Thursday.