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Tanner Wegscheid is greeted by teammates Adam Snelgrove, Derek Gaudette, Mike Cichy and Mason Roberts after pounding a grand slam in the Eagles' 11-5 win.

Eagles split two with Braves


Gusting winds produced two very different baseball games as New York Mills split a doubleheader with conference foe Menahga falling 3-1 in the opener and taking the nightcap 11-5.

Tanner Wegscheid took a one-strike pitch over the left field fence for a grand slam not even 35 mph gusts could knock down. The ball dropped just behind the fence 320 feet from home plate.

"Tanner does a great job as a lead-off hitter," Coach Chris Bushinger said.

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Robert Williams
Robert has been the Sports Editor for the Focus since 2010 covering multiple state and national championship teams and is a mainstay at state tournaments each season covering the successful, athletic programs of Perham and New York Mills High Schools.
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