Prep Baseball Report

April 24 Daily Game Roundup

No. 2 Lee’s Summit West 12 St. Joseph Central 13: St. Joe Central upset No. 2 Lee’s Summit West, outslugging the Titals 13-12. Derek Gray had a triple and four RBIs and Nick Busby drove in four. Jack Viestenz added a solo homerun for St. Joe central

No. 3 Notre Dame 7 Sikeston 10: A nine run third inning aided Sikeston in their upset No. 3 Notre Dame behind the offense of Patrick Smith, who had three hits and scored three runs. Tyler Anderson had a double and three RBIs, and threw two scoreless. Trey Tigert threw two scoreless innings in relief to pick up the win.

No. 4 Westminster 12          MICDS 6 (8 innings): Tate Matheny continues to be one of biggest threats on offense statewide, going two for two with a homerun, triple, three RBIs, and reaching base in all five plate appearances and scoring each time he reached base. Going back to last season, Matheny has reached base in twenty-three consecutive games.

No. 5 Springfield Catholic 8 Bolivar 1: Austin Tribby threw six stong innings striking out nine, and helped himself out with a homerunand two RBIs in Catholic’s win over Bolivar. Jack Wolfe, Robby Ruzicka, Tyler Ast, and Samuel Moore each had two hits on the afternoon for Springfield Catholic.

No 6. Clever 12        Blue Eye 1:  Bradyn Daniel had eight strikeouts in four innings to pick up the win, and David Pennewells struck out five in three innings of relief.  Travis Penewell led the offense with two hits and three RBIs, while Chance Wolfe drove in two runs.

No. 8 Vianney 6       DeSmet 1: Aaron Bossi threw a complete game two hitter striking out six. Petery Spradlin provided the offense going two for three with a double and three RBIs.

No. 14 Francis Howell Central 8 Timberland 2: Travis Vaught went two for four with three RBIs and two runs scored and Joe Toenskoetter went one for two with two RBIs and a run scored to lead the Central offense.

No. 15 Crystal City 10        Grandview 0: Devon Tolan went five innings of five hit ball, striking out six and helping himself with one hit, two RBIs and one run scored. Nick Pruneau went three for four with a double and three RBIs.

No. 16 Logan-Rogersville 15 Reeds Springs 8: Justus Boever and Evan Gruener homered, while Joe Young and Zach Herman each had three hits on the win to lead the Logan-Rogersville offense.

No. 18 Francis Howell 8    Francis Howell North 2: Austin Southmayd threw a complete game three hitter, allowing two runs and scattering six hits in picking up the win.

No.19 Eureka 8       NW Cedar Hill 7: Aaron Schnurbush hit his second homerun of the season, while Matt Hansenbeck and Mark Henken each drove in two runs for Eureka.

No. 21 Cooter 7       Risco 1: Cooter advances to the championship game of the Tri-County Tournament behind a two homerun, three RBI day by Jordan Anderson.

No. 23 Summit Christian 6 St. Mary’s 0: A.J. Boyer threw a one hitter, striking out twelve in the shut out win for Summit Christian.

Farmington 12 Ste. Genevieve 1: Farmington clinched the MAAA Large School conference, slugging their way to a 12-1 win. Alex Pinkston led the offense going three for four with a grand slam, triple, and five RBIs. Logan Bradley picked up the win going five innings scattering three hits and striking out five. Bradley also had two hits on the afternoon.

Grain Valley 9          Harrisonville 1: Lucas Williams allowed two hit and struck out five in five innings, and Austin New collected two hits and two RBIs in the win for Grain Valley. Tim Collins had two hits.

Glendale 19 Waynesville 2: Aaron Thompson pitched six strong innings for the win.  Josh Bunselmeyer went three for four with four RBIs and Connor Doran went two for two with a grand slam home run to lead the offense.

Kickapoo 6 Parkview 5 (8 innings): Chandler Hall hit a game tying solo homerun in the sevents, and Ryan Rippee hit his second homerun of the day, a walk off shot for the Kickapoo win. Spencer Johnson had two homeruns in the losing effort.

Cabool 5  Willow Springs 3:Drew Pearson went two for three at the plate with a triple and single, RBI and two runs scored. Taylor Bay picked up the win.

Webb City 12 Branson 3: Webb City pounded out fourteen hits, with Breckin Williams leading the way with three hits and three RBIs.  Williams also picked up the win on the mound going five innings, allowing five hits and striking out eight.  Duncan Fletcher, Richie Peoples, Andrew McDonald, and Cooper Smith each had two hits for Webb City.

Blue Springs South 8 Liberty North 2: A seven run sixth inning put Blue Springs South ahead for the win. Brian Burasco had with a double and two RBIs and Corbin Hare had two hits.

Ladue 25  McCluer South 0: Lex Kaplan had another big game, going four for four with two homeruns and seven RBIs. Jason Blanke added a triple and three RBIs and Rob Ewald went two for two with a homerun and four RBIs.

Kirkwood 11 Parkway West 1: Mizzou Commit Griffin Goodrich threw five innings of two hit ball, striking out seven and not allowing any runs.  Tim Kealthy drove in three runs, and Davis Willimas and Arjin Patel each drove in two.