Records set at 2013 state tournament

Posted on Dec. 17, 2013 by CJ Siewert

The 2013 state tournament proved to be a memorable one for many reasons and, just like in years past, records are meant to be broken.

This past tournament set two new records as well as a no-hitter.

The Class C quarterfinal game between Belle Plaine and Howard Lake – which lasted 17 innings – set two records. Howard Lake left 21 men on base, the most in one game by a team in state tournament history. Eric Schreifels of Howard Lake also tied the record for most hits in a state tournament game by a player. He had six hits, tying Walt Menke’s mark, which was set in 1946 in a 23-2 blowout by Albert Lea over Zumbrota.

Mike Adelman, a draftee from Clinton, threw the 20th no-hitter in state tournament history. Adelman, 43, had one walk, three hit-by-pitches and five strikeouts in a 2-0 win for Dumont over Lamberton.

In Class B, the combined batting average was .239 (243-1,016) with 126 runs scored and 13 home runs.

In Class C, the combined batting average was .228 (978-3,220) with 464 runs scored and 22 home runs.

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