LEGION BASEBALL: Twins take two from Cranbrook

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  • Glacier Twins third baseman Greyson Bistodeau scoops up a ground ball against Cranbrook on Saturday. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

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    Glacier Twins pitcher Coby Clark-Dickinson fires in a pitch against Cranbrook on Saturday. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

  • Glacier Twins third baseman Greyson Bistodeau scoops up a ground ball against Cranbrook on Saturday. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

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    Glacier Twins pitcher Coby Clark-Dickinson fires in a pitch against Cranbrook on Saturday. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

WHITEFISH — The Glacier Twins A hung double-digit run totals on the scoreboard in both ends of a Saturday doubleheader, dismantling Cranbrook 11-1 and 13-5.

Glacier did the vast majority of its damage in Game 1 in the final two innings.

The Twins offense exploded for five runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and another five in the sixth inning.

Coby Clark-Dickenson led the offensive onslaught with two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored. Ryan Veneman, Tom Hellwig and Greyson Bistodeau also scored two runs apiece.

The top five batters in Glacier’s lineup combined for seven of the Twins’ eight hits, nine of 11 runs and seven of nine RBIs.

Clark-Dickenson tossed a run-rule-shortened complete game, allowing just one run on four hits and three walks in six innings of work.

The Glacier bats stayed hot in Game 2, as the Twins jumped on the Bandits for nine runs in the first two innings to pull away early.

Only six of Glacier’s 13 runs were earned, but the Twins made Cranbrook pay for its six errors.

Veneman powered the offense with four hits and four runs in the nightcap.

James Sampson-Keck, Brandon Thomas and Tyler Murphy each scored two runs.

Twins A returns to action today in a doubleheader at home against the Mission Valley Mariners. The first game is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.

Cranbrook 000 001 X — 1 4 3

Glacier 010 055 X — 11 8 0

CRANBROOK BANDITS A — Brandon Thorn 1-2, Tatsuki Ishihara 1-2, Robert Nickell 1-3, Ryan Detcheverry 0-3, Parker Thomson 0-3, Jake Bromley 1-2, Quinn Grist 0-2, Hayden Mastel 0-2.

GLACIER TWINS A — Greyson Bistodeau 1-3, Tom Hellwig 2-4, Ryan Veneman 1-4, Coby Clark-Dickenson 2-3, James Sampson-Keck 1-3, Tyler Murphy 0-2, Dan Seymour 0-2, Terek Bistodeau -=3, Gunner Marsh 0-1, Jack Schwaiger 1-1.

2B—Bistodeau, Hellwig, Clark-Dickenson, Sampson-Keck.

Cranbrook 101 021 0 — 5 4 6

Glacier 541 021 X — 13 11 3

CRANBROOK BANDITS A — Cedar Kemp 0-1, Tatsuki Ishihara 1-3, Robert Nickell 1-3, Jake Bromley 2-4, Parker Thomson 0-4, Greg Rebadiati 0-3, Ryley Dochame 0-4, Quinn Grist 0-1, Dan Mercandelli 0-1

GLACIER TWINS A — Tom Hellwig 0-3, Ryan Veneman 4-5, James Sampson-Keck 1-4, Coby Clark-Dickenson 0-2, Brandon Thomas 1-1, Tyler Murphy 0-1, Zach Veneman 2-2, Dan Seymour 0-2, Quintin Schriver 0-2, Terek Bistodeau 1-2, Matt Morrison 2-4, Forrest Kobelt 0-1, Nathan Hader 0-1

2B—R. Veneman. 3B—R. Veneman. RBIs—Clark-Dickenson 2, Hellwig, Morrison 2, Murphy, Sampson-Keck, Z. Veneman.

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