Sunday, August 17
Warriors Power Their Way To A Sweep Of The Senators
In game two on Sunday night, the Warriors picked up where they left off on Friday. In the top of the first, the Warriors scored 13 runs on 11 hits to leave little doubt about the outcome before the Senators even had a chance to bat. Before it was over, the offensive output even topped the Friday game. Five Warrior batters had at least 3 hits and eight had at least 2 runs scored. Leading the charge were Doug Berfeldt with 2 home runs, 4 runs scored and 5 RBIs, Bob Kaufer, who went 3 for 3 with a couple of doubles, 2 runs scored and 2 RBIs, and Kent Rogers, who went 4 for 4 with 2 doubles, 2 runs scored, and 4 RBIs.
Sunday, August 10
Warriors Stumble Against Apple Valley
Against a team they had already beaten twice this season, the Warriors were not able to come through in the clutch on Sunday and lost to Apple Valley 7-4. The difference in the game was a couple bases loaded situations. In top of the second, the Warriors could only score one run from a bases loaded, no out situation. Then in the bottom half of the inning, Apple Valley also had a bases loaded situation, but were able to plate all three runs with of a 2-out double. At that point it was 7-3, and Woodbury was never able to mount a serious rally in the final 5 innings.
Friday, August 8
Woodbury Rallies Past Northfield
Behind a gutty pitching performance by Rob Beard, the Warriors rallied for a 4-3 win on Friday night. Beard didn’t have his best stuff and his location was off quite a bit. He walked 6 and was constantly in trouble, but with the defense behind him he was able to pitch through it.
Woodbury jumped to a quick 1-0 lead, but Northfied stormed back to go up 3-1. After rallying to tie it 3-3, going into the bottom of the 7th, Doug Ohs led off with a line drive that the 3rd baseman couldn’t make the play on. After a couple wild pitches, a walk and a stolen base put men on second and third with one out, Northfield stacked their infield with 5 defenders. The Warriors considered squeezing with Joe Holmberg at the plate, but one pitch after taking the bunt off, Holmberg lined a hit off the left field fence to score the winnning run.
Sunday, August 3
Burnsville 3-run HR Sinks Warriors
After several close calls, the Warriors finally lost a close game, 5-4 to Burnsville. Using some timely defense to strand several Burnsville runners and some clutch hitting, the Warriors built a 4-1 lead through five innings. But it evaporated quickly when Burnsville strung together several hits in the sixth, culminated by a three-run home run to pull ahead 5-4. The Warriors mounted a rally in the seventh, but didn’t get the bounces, with Burnsville turning two line-drives into outs to snuff the rally.
Friday, August 1
Warriors Shut Down Red-Hot Crosstown Traffic
In a game typical of the Warriors’ season, they beat Crosstown Traffic on Friday, 9-4. For the most part, a combination of solid pitching and timely hitting kept the game comfortably in hand. Crosstown pulled to within 6-4 with a couple bloop hits and a wild pitch in the 5th inning, but Woodbury came back quickly, scoring 3 more runs in the 6th to put the game out of reach. Cameron Biberdorf made his first start of the season and picked up the win, and Kent Rogers pitched the last two to pick up his third save of the season. Brian Schulte led the hitting attack with two hits and a walk in three plate appearances, scoring two runs and driving in two.
Sunday, July 28
Warriors Use Big Inning to Beat JT’s
The Warriors jumped off to a very quick 5-0 lead in the first inning on Sunday and went on to cruise past JT’s, 5-2. Rob Beard started and went the first five innings for the victory, while Steve Doehne delivered the biggest blow, a 3-run HR. Cameron Biberdorf made his first appearance of the season and pitched the last two innings, giving up one unearned run.
Sunday, June 8
Warriors Too Hot For Burnsville
The Warriors won their 5th game in as many tries with a 10-0, 5-inning beating of Burnsville. Rob Beard pitched the complete game shutout in a crisp one hour. Back to back homeruns by Rich Beard (1) and Rick Forrest (1) helped to propel the Warriors to victory. Jeff Patterson was 3 for 3 with a homerun (1), triple and double and only the mercy rule prevented him from getting a chance to become the first in Warrior in history to hit for the cycle. Former Warrior Ken Corbett returned to the fold after an extended injury rehab in Japan.
Sunday, June 1
Warriors hand Saints a Devil of a loss
The Warriors remained perfect with a 12-5 drubbing of the Minnetonka Saints. Using a patchwork lineup they blew the Saints away with a 7 run 7th inning. Kent Rogers went the distance for his second win of the year.
Friday, May 30
Warriors Chuck Apple Valley
The Warriors powered by 5 homeruns beat the Apple Valley A’s 9-5. Rob Beard pitching on 8 months rest and 4 weeks ahead of schedule in his rehab from a ruptured achilles tendon pitched 5 innings for the win. Homeruns were hit by Jerry Ross(1), Bob Kaufer (1), Doug Berfeldt (1) and two by Pat Ryan (3).
Sunday, May 18
Rogers Pitches Warriors past Northfield
The Warriors improved to 2-0 with a 5-2 win over Northfield at historic Dundas. They used a 4 run second inning to give Kent Rogers enough support to pitch a complete game victory. Pat Ryan led all hitters with 3 hits.
Friday, May 16
Warriors Cruise thru Crosstown Traffic
The 2003 Warriors opened their season with a convincing 13-4 win over Crosstown Traffic. Playing like they never took a day off, the Warriors hammered out 13 hits. Pat Ryan and Jerry Ross each had three hits to lead the way. Doug Ohs hit a three run bomb and Pat Ryan added a solo shot. Steve Schneider pitched 3 1/3 innings of one hit ball to earn the win.