Lewis-Clark State 20, Winona State 0 Wilmington 6, Mount Olive 0 Oklahoma City 5, Auburn-Montgomery 4

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) _ Dean Stordiau and Mike Hoelker combined for a shutout as Lewis-Clark State thrashed Winona State 20-0 in a first-round game Saturday at the NAIA baseball World Series.

In a losers' bracket game later Saturday, Wilmington defeated Mount Olive 6-0. Oklahoma City beat Auburn-Montgomery 5-4 in a winners' bracket game.

Lewis-Clark State sent 13 batters to the plate in the first inning, scoring nine runs. Winona State pitcher Ken Vincent (5-7) battled his control, throwing 60 pitches in the inning, hitting two batters.

Lewis-Clark was led by Marvin Benard and Corey Garrison. Benard had two doubles and six runs batted in; Garrison had four hits and scored four times in five at-bats.

Stordiau (2-0) was the winner for Lewis-Clark.

Rick Riddle threw a no-hitter for Wilmington as the Wildcats eliminated Mount Olive from the double-elimination tournament. Riddle (7-1) struck out eight batters.

Wilmington scored four runs in the fourth inning and two more in the ninth. Chuck Stapleford scored the first run of the game on a sacrifice fly by Jim Henasey. Stapleford also tripled in a run and scored in the eighth inning.

Robert Stroud (7-4) took the loss for Mount Olive.

Oklahoma City scored four runs in the ninth. Adam Rodriguez knocked in the winning runs with a double.

Oklahoma City had trailed 4-1 after the Senators scored three runs in the bottom of the second inning.

Clint Whitworth (10-5) was the winner, pitching a complete game.

Ryan Yartz (8-2) took the loss.