The high school baseball programs of Century and Mandan earned sweeps on May 8, while Legacy managed a split.
Century, the top team in the West Region standings, used solid pitching performances to sweep Williston. Cade Fenney did not allow a hit through five innings in the first game. The Pats won Game 1, 5-1.
In the second game, Jake Olson threw another solid outing. Williston came within in a run at 6-5, but they were not able to complete the comeback. Century swept, 6-5.
Over at Municipal Ballpark, Mandan and St. Mary’s played. Mandan won the first game, 6-3. The Braves followed up the game one win with a 4-0 victory in Game 2.
At Haaland field, Legacy hosted Jamestown. Up 2-0 in the top of the seventh, the Sabers gave up a run to draw within one run, 2-1. However, Legacy closed the door on the game with a bases-loaded strike out.
In the second contest, the Sabers got on the board first on a Paxton Miller RBI single. However, this game went into extra innings as Legacy lost, 7-6, in 11.
In Dickinson, Bismarck lost two the Midgets.
In Class B Baseball, Shiloh Christian swept Heart River on the road.