The Sobieski Skis went 2-0 on Memorial Day Weekend, including a 11-1 win in seven innings over Flensburg in Victory League action.
The Falcons were 0-2 over the weekend.
Against the Skis, Andy Marod scored the lone run on a Jeremy Mugg hit, one of three for Mugg.
Sobieski was led by Matt Baier and Beau Hanowski, who each ripped a pair of hits and scored twice.
Thomas Miller also scored twice and pitched a complete game, allowing one run on 10 hits and striking out eight.
Sobieski collected another win, Monday, beating Opole, 15-2.
Collin Eckman provided a lot of Sobieski’s offense, going 3-for-5 with four runs and two RBIs. Tyler Jendro was 3-for-4 with two doubles, two runs and an RBI.
Dusty Parker pitched all eight innings, allowing two runs on two hits.
Flensburg went on to fall to St. Stephen, Monday, 10-2.
Blake Meyer had an RBI and a run scored in the loss. Brent Carry scored the other Flensburg run.
Upsala continued its streak of consecutive wins after victories over Opole and Freeport.
First, the Blue Jays torched Opole, 11-1, in seven innings, Sunday, May 30.
John Fuchs threw all seven innings, allowing one run on four hits.
Justin Cichon was 3-for-3 with a walk and an RBI. Matt Swanson had a bases clearing triple.
Next, the Blue Jays came from behind to knock off a good Freeport squad, 8-7, Monday.
Dustin Biniek delivered a walk off two-run single as a pinch hitter in the bottom of the ninth.
Levi Lampert went 2-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs and a run scored.
Swanson scored twice and also allowed five runs on 10 hits in seven innings on the mound. He struck out 10.
Also with two wins over the weekend was Randall.
The Cubs began with a 7-1 victory over St. Stephen, Sunday, May 30.
Lefty Caleb Strack was sensational on the mound, going all nine, allowing just one run on three hits and striking out 14.
Kyle Peterschick drove in three runs on two hits. Strack scored twice to help his cause.
Randall followed that win with a 10-2 victory over St. Wendel, Monday.
Brett Strack drove in three runs, while Travis Wenzel slapped two doubles.
Sam Nagel pitched the first five innings, allowing one run on five hits. Travis Wenzel pitched the final four, allowing one run one hit.
Also with Victory League wins were the Pierz Lakers, 7-2, over Nisswa, Monday.
Pete Herman and Reggie Litke each drove in two runs in the win.
Royalton went 1-1, beating St. Mathias, 5-3, Monday, but falling to Buckman, 5-1, Sunday, May 30.
Austin Dickmann tossed a complete game, allowing just one run on three hits.
The lone run for the Riverdogs came from Brady Brezinka on an Ethan Walcheski hit.
Buckman was led by Shawn Lanners, who drove in three runs.
Royalton bounced back with a 5-3 win over St. Mathias, Monday.
Nathan Psyck went all nine for the Riverdogs. Cole Jendro was 3-for-5 with a home run. Adam Snyder and Nick Leibold each had two hits for Royalton.
Ft. Ripley earned its first win of the season, after the Rebels topped the Pierz Bulldogs, 11-1, in eight innings.
Bryce Flanagan earned the win allowing one run on five hits in six innings of work.
Nathan Ehnstrom drove in three runs and scored twice to pace the Rebel offense.
Chuck Boser drove in Kirby Fischer for the lone Bulldogs run.
The Bulldogs were also bested by the Foley Lumberjacks, 16-1, in seven innings, Sunday, May 30.
Mason Herold drove in Chuck Boser for the lone Bulldogs run.
The Pierz Brewers earned a 4-1 victory over St. Mathias, Saturday, May 29.
Peter Schommer earned the win after allowing one run in six innings of work.
Rylee Rauch, Cody Kimman and Preston Veith all had two hits.
Finally, the Swanville Swans fell in seven innings to both the Avon Lakers, Monday, and the Freeport Black Sox, Sunday, May 30.
Nathan Lambrecht drove in Tyler Evans for the only run in two games for Swanville.
Up next for the Victory League: Upsala plays New London-Spicer in the Stearns County Classic at 1 p.m, in Lake Henry, Saturday, June 5; Pierz Lakers at Royalton; Sobieski at Freeport at 7 p.m.
In Sunday, June 6 action at 1:30 p.m.: Opole at Buckman, St. Wendel at Royalton, Sobieski at Ft. Ripley and Pierz Brewers at Buckman.