The Bismarck Larks used a huge third inning in route to 11-2 win over the Duluth Huskies at Municipal Ballpark on June 29.
The Larks scratched out a run in the bottom of the first to lead 1-0.
In the bottom of the third, they left their mark on the contest. Noah Sadler singled to right field to plate the second run for the Larks. After Duluth walked in a run, the Huskies had trouble with a slow grounder to third. The throwing error allowed two runs to score. Then, the Larks’ newest addition, Luke Horanski, sent a rope to right for the fifth run of the inning. After three complete, the score was 6-0 Larks.
The final scores was 11-2 Larks.
For Bismarck, the win gives them back-to-back wins. Their record now stands at 15-16. They are currently in fourth place in the North Division. They sit five games back of Waterloo and St. Cloud, who are tied at the top with records of 20-11.
Bismarck closes out a two-game series with Duluth on June 30 at Municipal Ballpark.