Huskies winning streak ends at four games
The Duluth Huskies had their four-game winning streak snapped Sunday in Bismarck, where Cooper Coldiron singled in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to send the Larks to a 4-3 victory in front of 1,690 fans.
Duluth's Luke Roskam had tied the game at 3-3 in the top half of the frame with his second homer of the season, a solo shot with two outs.
Bismarck starter Alex Ross allowed two runs on two hits in six innings. He fanned five and walked four. Nick Boyles earned the win.
The Huskies managed only six hits, with two coming from Matt Fraizer. They made it a 2-2 ballgame in the top of the sixth when Fraizer's single to left field plated Sam Baier, only to watch the Larks regain the lead a half-inning later.
Duluth is back in action tonight, traveling to Mankato to take on the MoonDogs.
Huskies 6, Larks 5
The Huskies' winning streak reached four games Saturday when ex-Hermantown Hawk Kevin Folman danced out of trouble in the eighth inning.
He inherited a pair of baserunners and walked a batter before striking out the side to stop Bismarck's damage at four runs. Folman picked up his fifth save of the season.
Duluth's Camryn Williams was 4-for-5, and Baier tallied two RBIs.