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Mudhens finish Royals season Sunday with a 10-0 win
The Mudhens jumped on the Royals early putting up a 3 spot in the first inning. Josh Conley was on the hill for the Royals and went 2 2/3 innings allowing 8 runs before being relieved by Brad Pfeffer. The Royals could not find a hit through 6 innings, it came down to the very last out in the bottom of the 7th, when Alex Welder broke up the no hitter. The game ended after 7 innings as the Mudhens 10 run the Royals ending their season. Joey Werner for the Mudhens was 4-4, with a run scored and knocking in one. Sahannon Ahern gets the win for Miesville pitching a complete 7 inning one hit game. The Royals end their season with a 9-15 record.
GAME ONE OF 3
Miesville 16 Royals 3
Its no easy task playing the defending state champs right away in your first game of the playoffs. The Royals traveled to Miesville Friday night, the result was a 16-3 loss finishing early after 7 innings of play. Drew Block and Aaron Hohensee led the way for the Royals going 2-3 and knocking in the Royals only 3 runs . Hohensee hit a 2 run homer in the 4th. Jaron Christensen started the game for the Royals, he lasted 3 innings allowing 7 hits, 6 runs before Nick Hanson would take over in the 4th. The Mudhens kept comimg hitting Hanson 10 times scoring 8 more runs. Tim Oesterlin pitched the 6th inning allowing 2 runs, Miesville runs away with this one collecting 19 hits in 6innins beating Rochester 16-3. Game 2 of the best of 3 will be played at Mayo Field Sunday at 2pm.
Royals finish regular season with a 4-3 loss to Hastings
The Royals finished the regular season with a 4-3 loss to Hastings Sunday. With that loss, they finished the season with an 9-14 overall record. Playoff information to follow.
Royals in Dundas down the Dukes 7-1 Friday night
Royals 1 Hampton 13
Rochester Royals 9 Hampton Cardinals 5
Rochester Royals 4 Elko Express 5
Miesville 10-0 over Royals Wednesday night
The Royals could not get anything going Wednesday as they hosted the Mudhens at Mayo Field. Erik Thorvilson started and went 3 innings allowing 6 hits and 4 runs. Stellmaker pitched the 4th relieving Thorvilson but gave up 3 runs pushing the Mudhens lead to 7-0. Brad Pfeffer came in to the game and would finish things but not before allowing 3 more runs that gave Miesville their 10th run ending this game early due to the 10 run rule. The Royals collected just 6 hits, no Royal had more than 1 hit. Joey Warner was 4-4 with 5 RBI for the Mudhens. The Royals comitted 3 errors on the night. The Royals play again Saturday in Hampton at 5:00.
Northfield defeats Royals Sunday 9-2
Nick Hanson had a pretty decent game going Sunday until the 6th inning, then Northfield exploded for 7 runs and never looked back. The Royals managed just 2 runs on the day. Carter Paulson was 2-4 and Jaron Christenson went 2-4 with a run scored, Martini and Oesterlin each had a hit. Hanson who left in the 6th inning had allowed 6 hits, 6 runs, while striking out 5 and walking 4. Jaron Christenson would relieve Hanson. Mike Stubbs would finish the game pitching the 8th giving up 2 more runs. Dave Picha picks up the win for Northfield going 6 innings. Northfield had 13 hits on the day including a homerun . The Royals are back home Wednesday hosting the Mudhens from Miesville.
Royals edged out by the Hounds, lose 3-1
The Royals got on the board first as Jordan Martini would score on a Matt Stubbs double in the 3rd. Josh Conley pitched a complete game on this warm July afternoon. Josh allowed 3 runs on 6 hits, striking out 6 and walking just one. Alex Ciola for Austin grabs the win for the Hounds, he would also pitch a complete game. It wasn't until the bottom of the 8th that Austin would get their runs scoring 3 times. Austin was the home team in this matchup despite being played at Mayo field due inability to play at their field. Jordan Martini amd Matt Stubbs both had 2 hits with Stubbs driving in the lone Royals run. Nick Pearson and Tim Oesterlin both added a hit. The Lil sluggers were at the game today enjoying activities between innings. After the game was the Royals second dugout club night on the season was out on the deck.
Royals come up short, lose to Greyhounds 7-6
The Royals and Hounds squared off in a league game Wednesday night at Mayo field. The Hounds got on the board first in the 5th and then added 4 more runs in the 6th to take a 5-0 lead. The Royals answered in the bottom of the 6th to tie the game up. Nels Nelson started for the Hounds and did not allow a hit until the 5th inning when Carter Paulson hit a sharp single up the middle. Carter Paulson was 2-4 on the night with a run scored and an RBI. Alex Welder was 2-3 scoring once and knocking in one. Jordan Martini added 2 hits also. Brad Pfeffer was the starting pitcher for the Royals. Brad allowed 5 runs , 7 hits while striking out 6 and walking 3. Erik Thorvilson would come in to the game in the 6th to relieve him. It wasn't until the 9th inning when the score changes to the favor of the Hounds. Derek McMasters hit a 2 run homer for the lead and eventual win. The Royals rallied in the bottom of the 9th pushing one across but came up short losing this one 7-6.The Hounds are back Saturday at 3 pm for another league game. After the game is the Royals dugout club night, food and drink on the deck.
Rochester Royals 6 Eau Claire Cavaliers 9
Carter Paulson led the Royals today going 3-4 with an RBI. Alex Welder went 3-5 knocking in 2 and scoring twice. Block and Warren both had 2 hits each, but it was just not enough as the Royals fall to the Cavaliers 9-6. Jaron Christenson was on the mound for the Royals and takes the loss. He gave up 13 hits allowing all 9 runs while striking out 3 and walking 3. Alex Welder would relieve Christenson in the 8th. The Royals are back home Wednesday July 11th taking on the Austin Greyhounds.
Royals score 7 in the 8th to 10 run the Fighting Fish
The Royals started their 2 day road trip to Wisconsin with a 14 - 4 victory over the Fighting Fish of River Falls. Sam Warren and Jaron Christensen both went 2-4 knocking in 3 and scoring twice. Dave Rojo was 2-3 with an RBI and 2 runs scored. Alex Welder added 2 hits. The Royals total hits was 12. The fighting Fish had 8 hits while committing 5 errors. Mike Stubbs pitched the first 4 innings allowing 3 hits, 2 runs walking 4 and striking out 1. Carter Paulson relieved Stubbs and went 4 innings allowing 5 hits, 2 runs walking 2 and striking out 1. The Royals travel to Eau Claire Saturday taking on the Cavaliers, game time is 1:00.
HAPPY 4th !!!
Dukes grab 4-2 win over the Royals Saturday afternoon
Dundas was in town for a league game Saturday afternoon defeating the Royals 4-2.
Nick Hansen on the mound for the Royals went 7 innings. Mike Stubbs pitched the 8th and Jaron Christensen would go in the 9th.
Matt Stubbs and Brad Mathiowetz were both 2-4 with Brad knocking in a run. Tim Oesterlin was 2-2 with a run scored. Dundas had a total of 8 hits in the game. The Royals comitted 1 error.
Friday night Result at Miesville
Mudhens 14 Royals 4
Monster night for Stubbs in Red Wing
Matt Stubbs had 6 hits in 6 at bats scoring twice Wednesday evening at Athletic Field in Red Wing.
It took eleven innings for the Royals to beat the Aces but the Royals come away with a 4-2 victory. Aaron Hohensee and Alex Welder both added 2 hits each. Brad Pfeffer started for the Royals and went 6 innings allowing 7 hits, 2 runs walking 1 and striking out 1. Jaron Christensen came in to the game in the 7th and pitched the remainder of the way picking up the win for the Royals. The Royals travel to Miesville Friday night for an 8 pm game.
Rochester traveled to Minnetonka Saturday to play the Millers
The Royals collected 8 hits but would lose to the Millers 7-0
Saturday Royals 9 Hastings 6
Sunday Royals 3 Elko 9
Royals fall to Northfield today 8-1
Brad Mathiowetz scored the only Royals run Sunday in a section game played at Mayo Field. Northfield defeated the Royals 8-1. Nick Pearson led the Royals going 2-3. Drew Block and Brad Mathiowetz were both 2-4. Nick Hanson was the starting pitcher for the Royals. Nick went 6 innings allowing 3 runs giving up 7 hits and striking out 6. The Royals downfall today was the 7 errors committed. Northfiled had 12 hits, the Royals 8. Josh Conley relieved Hanson coming in to the game in the 7th inning, he gave up 5 hits while Northfield plated 5 more runs.
Royals win Wednesday night 7-5 over Red Wing
The Royals had a great night for baseball. The Aces were in town taking on the Royals. Alex Welder led all Royal hitters going 3-5 with an RBI. Drew Block and Sam Warren each added 2 hits a piece. Matt Stubbs was 1-3 with 2 RBI. Brad Pfeffer got the start for the Royals. Brad went four innings allowing 4 hits striking out 5. Erick Thorvilson pitched the 5th, 6th and 7th innings, Jaron Christensen would finish the game and did not allow a hit. The Royals collected 12 hits on the night at the same time committing 4 errors. Royals win 7-5. The Royals are now 4-1 on the young season. They travel to Austin Friday night playing the Greyhounds at Marcusen Park.
Royals 17- 0 over Greyhounds Sunday afternoon
The Royals scored in every inning Sunday blanking the Greyhounds 17-0. Matt Stubbs had a monster day going 4-5, (2 HR) scoring 4 times while knocking in 6 runs. Dave Rojo (HR),Aaron Hohensee, Sam Warren and Jared Campbell (HR) all added 3 hits each. Sam Warren scored 4 times and had 3 RBI. Erik Thorvilson started for the Royals going 3 innings, Josh Conley and Jaret Stellmaker both added 2 innings of relief. Josh Conley gets the win. 19 total hits for the Royals, just 5 for the Greyhounds. Daniel Bollinberg was the only Hound with 2 hits, Martiin Martinez takes the loss for the Hounds.
ROYALS TOP ACES 8-0
The Royals were in Owatonna Friday night. They led 2-0 through the first 7 innings. Nick Hansen on the hill for the Royals would pitch 7 strong innings allowing just 3 hits striking out 6 and walking 3. Brad Pfeffer in relief would finish out the game. The Royals added 2 runs in the 8th with both veterans players Dave Adams and Dave Rojo hitting singles and both scoring. In the 9th, the Royals sent everyone to the plate and scored 4 more to put this one out of reach. On the night, the Royals had 15 hits, 1 error. Owatonna just 5 hits with 1 error. Leadoff hitter Jared Campbell went 3-6, Alex Welder 3-5 while knocking in 3. Carter Paulson, Dave Adams and Dave Rojo all added 2 hits each. The Royals are back home Sunday taking on the Greyhounds, game is scheduled for a 3:00 start.
Royals fall to Eau Claire Saturday night 8-3
Jaret Stellmaker and Jaron Christensen both made their Royal pitching debut Saturday night against the Cavaliers from Eau Claire. Stellmaker pitched the first 5 innings allowing 5 runs. Christiansen pitched the remainder of the game allowing 2 runs in the 7th and one in the 9th. Aaron Hohensee was 3-4 on the night. Jared Campbell added 2 hits. Total hits for the Royals was just 5. Eau Claire pounded out 16 hits.
Royals get 4 innings in before storm
Josh Conley got the start for the Royals and through the first 4 innings had not allowed a hit. Then came the rain, and hard. Play would not continue. The Royals had four runs on 5 hits committing one error against the Diamondbacks of Dodge County.The Royals are back in action Saturday night at Mayo Field, game time is 7:30.
ROYALS OPEN SEASON WITH 10-3 VICTORY OVER STEWARTVILLE
Matt Stubbs led the Royals to victory tonight going 3-4 AB, scoring 3 times while knocking in 2. Nick Hanson was on the hill for the Royals going 6 innings striking out 6 and walking just one. Jordan Martini also had a good night at the plate, 3-6 also with 2 RBI. Jared Campbell and Aaron Hohensee both added 2 hits with Campbell knocking in 2 as well. Brad Pfeffer came in to the game relieving Hanson pitching the rest of the way striking out 5 and walking 1.The Royals pounded out 14 hits while committing 2 errors. The Sharks, 7 hits, 5 errors. Next up, the Royals take on Dodge County Friday night at Mayo Field.
Right field will take on a new look when baseball resumes next spring at Mayo Field