Missouri Weekend Roundup: April 18-19 Games

Shon Plack and Jeff Viles
Missouri Scouting Director

Games for Friday, April 18 and Saturday, April 19

Class 5

Holt 8, #1 Francis Howell 6
Nic Perkins' home run isn't enough to beat Holt.  Tyler Mathys, Devin Pettit and Tony Dotson each had three hits in the win for Holt.  Kyle Vance also collected two hits for Holt in the win. 

Holt 4, #1 Francis Howell 2
Holt makes the most of four hit to upend Francis Howell.  Devin Pettit's RBI double in the fourth put Holt up for good.  Nate Berendzen picked up the complete game win for Holt, allowing one earned run on seven hits.

#2 CBC 21, Francis Howell North 0
CBC hit four home runs in the 21-0 win.  Mike Million went 2-for-3 with a home run and five RBI.

#2 CBC 10, Francis Howell North 4
Stephen Haring went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double and three RBI.  Jake Burger added a triple, a double and four RBI for CBC in the win over Francis Howell North.  Blake Charlton worked 3.0 innings for the win surrendering two runs on five hits with one strike out and four walks.

#5 Parkway South 7, Lindbergh 4
Lindberg's Tyler Coleman's 3-for-3 day wasn't enough to beat Parkway South. Luke Bakula went 2-for-3 with a double to lead Parkway South.  Nick Geile earns the win, going  3 2/3 innings allowing one earned run on two hits with four strikeouts.  

#8 Rockhurst 20, Ray Pec 1
Sam Goodwin hits three home runs and drives in five runs, and Jack Mercer hits a pair of home runs with eight RBI to lead Rockhurst past Pay Pec.  Austyn Cochran goes 2-for-2 with a solo home run for Ray Pec. 

#8 Rockhust 7, Blue Springs 5
Kyle Reed's home run in the first inning give Blue Springs an early 5-1 lead but Rockhurst has big sixth inning in the comback win.  Trey Vickers goes 3-for-4 with two RBI to lead the Rockhust bats.  Sam Tanner earns the win working three innings in relief, allowing no runs on no hits with three strikeouts. 

Carthage 6, #10 Neosho 3
Colton Marion and Jayce Parmley each collected two hits and an RBI for Neosho in the loss.  Parmley earned the loss allowing just three earned runs on seven hits with five strikeout and three walks in six innings of work. 

Glendale 5, Aurora 0
Andrew Givens was perfect, tossing a no-hitter for the Falcons . He went seven innings with eight strikeouts and no walks. Jacob Woody went the distance for Aurora allowing five hits and five walks. Chandler Collins was 2-for-2 with a walk and two runs scored.

Winnetonka 9, Platte County 8
Blue Springs 10, Ray Pec 5
Grandview 5, Pembroke Hill 3
Marquette 11, Lafayette 8
Troy 7, Fort Zumwalt North 3
Truman 3, St. Joseph Central 2
Fort Zumwalt West 12. Hazelwood West 3
Fort Zumwalt West 6, Hazelwood West 0
Oak Park 8, Belton 6
DeSmet 3, Timberland 0
DeSmet 10, Timberland 3
Fox 7, Northwest Cedar Hill 2
Liberty 6, Blue Springs 2
Liberyt 5, Blue Springs 4
Northwest Cedar Hill 8, Fox 6
Fort Zumwalt East 4, St. Charles West 2
Seckman 9, Webster Groves 2
Timberland 12, Holt 2
Kickapoo 8, Carthage 2
Carl Junction 6, Glendale 5
Republic 4, Mount Vernon 3

Class 4

Pleasant Hill 6, #8 Pembroke Hill 4
The Pleasant Hill Roosters picked up three runs in the second inning and held for the win. Lane Adams went 1-for-3 with a double and two RBI. Garrison Fields also doubled and scored twice for Pleasant Hill. Jordan Smith picked up the save for the Roosters, tossing one inning and tallying two strikeouts.

#3 Logan Rogersville 6, Mountain Home 4
#3 Logan Rigersville 5, Parkview 1
#4 Sikeston 9, Calloway County 3
#8 Pembroke Hill 12, Savannah 4
Pleasant Hill 16, Grandview 15
Nevada 6, Seneca 0

Class 3

#2 Forsyth 12, BIllings 2
Fair Grove 12, Springfield Central 1
Fair Grove 6, Sparta 4

Class 2

#2 Valle Cathoic 11, St. Louis Patriots 0
#2 Valle Catholic 5, St. Louis Patriots 3
East Buchanan 12, West Platte 2

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