Prep Baseball Report

Daily Game Round up for May 3rd

No. 2 Notre Dame 14 (18-2)          Kelly  0: Marc Rivas led the Notre Dame offense going one for four with four RBIs and two runs scored in a short five inning game against Kelly. Jonathan Lynch and Griffen Seibert each drove in two runs and Justin Landaweee picked up the win allowing two hits and striking out five. 

No. 3 Westminster (20-3, 11-0) 12         MICDS (7-8, 4-4) 2: The hottest team in the state keeps rolling behind the hot bats of Shane Benes, Luke Turner and Ben Mitchell. Benes went one for two with a double and four RBIs, Turner went one for three with a double and three RBIs, and Mitchell havd a perfect three for three day at the plate. Starting pitcher Davis Vanderslice went the distance is a five inning game, striking out seven and scattering four hits.

No. 4 Springfield Catholic 12        Buffalo 2: Austin Tribby went three for four with a homerun and four RBIs, and picked up the win striking out nine in a short five inning game. Robby Ruzicka and Tyler Ash each drove in two run on the afternoon.

No. 5 Clever 2 Hartville 4: Hartville handed Clever to only their third loss of the season.

No. 6 Vianney (19-5, 4-2) 4           Ft. Zumwalt West (17-9. 4-2) 1: Aaron Bossi had a double and drove in two, while Jake Walters had two doubles and scored twice as Vianney defeated Ft. Zumwalt West. Michael Dillion picked up the win, allowing three hits over five innings.

No. 9 Kennett (19-3) 7        Malden (13-10) 0: Adam Grantham threw a perfect game, fanning the first elven batters he faced, finishing the game with seventeen stikeouts, leading Kennett to their third consecutive Boothell Conference Championship. The hot hitting Logan Dollins went three for three with a double and two RBIs, and Collin Smith had a hit and two RBIs 

No. 12 Francis Howell Central (18-4-1) 14 Union (8-12, 4-3) 0

No. 13 Crystal City (16-3) 5          Perryville (13-5) 1: Nick Rothweiler and Devon Tolan provided the offense for Crystal City, Rothweiler going two for three with two RBIs and Tolan going one for two with a double and two RBIs to defeat Perryville. Bryan Degeare picked up the win with a complete game effort, scattering five hits and allowing one earned run.

No. 15 Logan Rogersville 6           Willard 11: Willard upset Rogersville behind Trevor Bowling’s three RBI and two runs scored game. Justin Atchinson struck out ten over five innings of work to pick up the win.

No. 16 Chaffee (20-2) 16    Saxony Lutheran (11-8) 1: Chaffee pounded out thirteen hits combined in the fourth and fifth innings en route to a five inning win. Cody Payne and Daniel Dooley each went three for four. Latyon Tenkhoff, Alex Davie, Storm Estes, and Dylan Dunlap each collected two hits in the blowout win. 

No. 19 SLUH (15-7, 1-5) 1 DeSmet (14-7, 5-2) 3: DeSmet knocked off SLUH for the second time this season and sent SLUH to their second consecutive loss. Brandon Miller picked up the win for DeSmet, striking out five and scattering six hits in the complete game win. Chris Arends led the offense going one for three with a double and two RBIs. Brandon Gutzler also had an RBI in the game 

No. 20 Blue Springs South (16-6) 7 Ft. Osage (10-13) 5: Landon Mson hit a go ahead two RBI single in the sixth inning to put Blue Springs South ahead and pick up the win over Ft. Oasge. Jared Ginter went three for four and drove in a run for Blue Springs South.

No. 21 Cooter 11     Caruthersville 5

Marquette (13-12, 9-5)      Lafayette (18-8, 12-3): Matt Hink led the Marquette offense, going two for three with a homerun, three RBIs, and two runs scored in a conference win over Lafayette. Chris Lenzen added two RBIs. Joel Schoenecker threw a complete game, allowing two earned runs and striking out seven while scattering seven hits.

Webster Groves (12-10, 5-1) 5    Hillsboro (7-12, 0-4) 0: Issac Dodson threw a complete game shutout, fanning four batters, while Kyle Uhrich provided the offense going two for three with three RBIs.

Lutheran South (17-5, 7-2) 5        John Burroughs (9-7, 4-3) 4: Nicholas Bohlman had a two on the afternoon with two RBIs and a run scored, and Trey Martin scored twice to pace the Lutheran South offense. Brandon Downey threw five innings of five hit ball allowing one earned run and striking out five to pick up the win.

Timberland 8 (14-7, 2-4)  Pacific  (16-3, 7-0) 7: Adam Bainbridge hit a go ahead three run homerun in the top of the seventh for Timberland, sending Pacific to their second consecutive loss.

William Chrisman 12        Raskin 2: William Chrisman picked up their first win of the season in a short five inning game. Freshman Gannon Ogle picked up the win scattering five hits and striking out six. Sophomore Dylan Cole had two singes and a double with three RBIs and two runs scored. Jackson Collins contributed with two singles and two RBIs 

Joplin 7          Glendale 6:  Tristian Ash picked up the win in relied, and Brett Graham  powered the Joplin offense with a homerun, double, and three RBIs.

Kickapoo 7   Waynesville 6: Ryan Rippee and Chandler Hall each homered, leading Kickapoo to a 7-6 win over Waynesville. Rippee had three RBIs in the game.

Oran 14         New Madrid County 9:  Dalton Elfrink led Oran, going three for four at the plate with five RBIs and picked up the win on the mound striking out seven in five innings.

Grain Valley 8 Excelsior Springs 7: Grain Valley scored a run to tie the game in the sixth inning and a go head run in the seventh in a come from behind win over Excelsior Springs. Tim Collins had a single and a double for Grain Valley, driving in two runs.

Ste. Genevieve 9        West County 1: Ste. Genevieve got bases loaded, two RBI doubles from Al Gunter and Dan Lurk in the fist inning to set the tone in defeating West County 9-1. Derek Brown picked up the win, allowing one earned run over six innings.

Smith-Cotton 11       Republic 5: Tyler Slawson and Charles Chadwick led Smith-Cotton over Republic 11-5. Slawson went two for five with three RBIs and picked up the win on the mound scattering ten hits and allowing five earned runs. Chadwick went tow for three with two homeruns, three RBIs and two runs scored.

Blair Oaks 6 Osage (KS) 1

Park Hill 12  Platte County 7

Poplar Bluff  Doniphan 0

Bolivar 12     Warsaw 2

Oak Grove 5  Pleasant Hill 4 (8 innings)


Centralia 2    Louisiana 0

Crane 7          Fordland 2

Stockton 5     Skyline 0

Wheaton 1    Diamond 0