Area baseball from the weekend

    Logan Graham and DJ Branz combined to toss a no-hitter Saturday as Dwight blanked host Ridgeview 11-0. It was a game that had no earned runs.
    Graham had seven strikeouts in five innings and Branz punched out three Mustangs in two innings.
    Eric Stubblefield took the loss for the Mustangs. He gave up five runs and fanned one in three innings. Spencer Hopt allowed four hits and four runs and James benefiel gave up two runs on three hits.
    The Trojans got on the board with five runs in the top of the first inning. Four markers in the fourth made it 9-0 and two runs in the sixth ended the game in that frame.
    Wesley Pulver had two doubles, a single, run batted in and scored twice for Dwight (4-8). Branz had a double, two singles and RBI. Graham tripled, had three RBIs and scored twice. Blake Graham contributed a singled and scored three times.
Fieldcrest Knights
    SERENA — A nine-run inning gave host Serena just enough to trip up Fieldcrest 11-10in a nonconference tilt Saturday.
    The Knights had taken a 6-2 lead after scoring three runs in the top of the fourth inning. The Huskers then responded with nine runs for an 11-6 lead. Fieldcrest fought back, scoring two times in each of the next two innings, but that left the visitors one run short.
    Ryan Naas took the loss in relief of starter Michael Morse. Derek May finished up. Each had one strikeout.
    The Knights defeated Roanoke-Benson 3-2 on Friday. Fieldcrest got a solo home run from Derek May in the bottom of the sixth for a two-run lead. It came in handy because the Rockets scored in the seventh.
    Eric Naas got the win with a three-strikeout effort. Morse and May cleaned up.
    LEXINGTON — A split was in the cards for Lexington Saturday as the Minutemen won and lost in a doubleheader against Gardner-South Wilmington at Keller Park.
    Jessik Therien got the win as Lexington topped the Panthers 10-5. Therien fanned five in six innings. Tyler Grimsley finished up. He had one strikeout.
    Lexington got on the board in the first inning and did not trail the rest of the way. GSW did tie it with a run in the top of the fourth inning, but the Minutemen answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning and four more in the fifth.
    GSW scored three times in the sixth but LHS put up two for a 10-4 lead.
    Koletin Hippen had a pair of doubles, a run batted in and scored twice for the Minutemen. Craig Birkenbeil had two hits and an RBI while Will White doubled and drove in two runs. Josh Hardman also had a two-base hit. Therien, Ray McLeese, Jayden Jones and Adam Baillie each had a hit and RBI while Jonny Olson also singled.
    GSW got the early lead in the other game and rolled to an 8-3 win. Olson and McLeese threw for the Minutemen, allowing a combined six hits. Olson had three Ks and McLeese fanned two.
    Hardman had three hits, including a pair of doubles, and scored twice. Baillie had two hits and an RBI and McLeese doubled. Grimsley, White and Blake harms each singled. Olson drove in a run.
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    EL PASO — Things got out of hand late as Central Catholic garnered a 24-2 nonconference win Saturday at South Pointe Park.
    The Saints led 10-2 before scoring 14 times in the top of the sixth.
    The Titans led 1-0 after the first inning. EPG’s other run scored in the fourth inning.
    Kyler Edelman had two hits for the Titans. Kevin Greene, Nathan Lavender and Drew Edelman each had one hit.