Wolves still tops

The Rainy River District Fastball League features several interesting matchups tonight—the outcomes of which could have a big impact on the standings.
The first-place Sight & Sound Wolves (11-2) are at home to face Barwick (8-5), who currently occupy third place in the standings.
First pitch is scheduled for 8 p.m. at VanJura.
The other marquee game tonight features second-place Rainy River (11-3) at home to face International Falls (6-5), who currently sit fourth.
Other RRDFL action tonight will pit Big lsland (4-8-1) at Sabaskong (2-9) and Stratton (5-9) travelling to Big Grassy (2-9-1).
The latter three games are scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
Sight & Sound continued its hot streak Tuesday night with a 9-5 victory over International Falls.
Wolves’ pitcher Bob Andy (6-2) picked up the win while Leroy Wilson (2-1) was saddled with his first loss of the season.
Both Mike Imhof and Tim Paton hit their first homers of the season for host International Falls, but it was not enough to lift their team to victory.
Meanwhile, Rainy River kept pace with a 10-3 victory over Stratton.
Murray Armstrong (9-3) picked up his league-leading ninth win of the season by outduelling Stratton’s Curtis Berg (4-5).
Elsewhere, Barwick scored early and often en route to a 16-1 romp over last-place Sabaskong.
Travis Derkson (1-3) earned his first win of the season for Barwick while Joe Jack (0-2) lost his second-straight decision.
And Big Island won the battle of the “Bigs” with a 7-3 victory over Big Grassy.
Will Handorgan (3-5) pitched effectively to pick up the win while Big Grassy’s Brian Hook (0-1) was tagged with the loss in his first decision of the season.