Eagles split a pair
The New York Mills baseball team needed 10 innings to beat Wadena-Deer Creek 14-12 and was 10-runned by Frazee, 10-0, in chilly conditions.
Wadena-Deer Creek jumped ahead early by scoring nine runs in four innings highlighted by a six-run third.
Down 9-4 in the top of the fifth, the Eagles answered with their own six-run inning to take the lead 10-9 but the Wolverines would answer in the bottom half with three runs to jump ahead 12-10.
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