Daily Roundup: April 23



By Steve Nielsen
Scouting Director - Wisconsin

April 23

La Crosse Aquinas 1, Westby 0
Rudy Rott dealt for the Blugold on Tuesday as Rott threw a shutout to carry La Crosse Aquinas to a 1-0 victory over Westby at Holy Cross in seven innings.

The Blugolds' Rott kept Westby off the scoreboard for all seven innings he was on the hill. He pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on three hits while ringing up seven strikeouts.

The lone run of the game for Blugolds crossed the plate in the third inning on an RBI double by Jon Wilson.

Fon du Lac 9, Oshkosh West 2
Devin Simon picked up the win for Fon du Lac. Simon went the distance pitching seven innings of two run baseball, walking two and striking out six.

Logan Wendt drove in three RBI for Fon du Lac going 2-for-4 with a double.

Sophomore Jacob Guenther was 2-for-3 for the Wildcats.

Watertown 9, Beaver Dam 5
Watertown beat Beaver Dam 9-5 Tuesday behind both the bat and the arm of Carson Weber. Weber racked up two RBI on one hit for Goslings, tripling in the fifth inning.

Weber worked out of three tough spots for the Goslings. He pitched seven innings and allowed four earned runs on five hits. He struck out seven in the process.

The Goslings finally managed to grab the lead after a strong sixth inning. A bases loaded walk by Jake Larkin scored John Jonas and gave the Goslings the lead for good.

Columbus 2, Waterloo 1
Curtis Cook allowed just two runs on Tuesday at Fireman's Park, but Waterloo couldn't get the offense going in a 2-1 defeat to Columbus.

Wisconsin Dells 4, Nekoosa 2
Wisconsin Dells beat Nekoosa 4-2 in seven innings on Tuesday behind Josh Gray, who went 2-for-3.

Gray doubled in the second inning and singled in the sixth inning, driving in two RBI and scoring a run.

Colyn Buss racked up six strikeouts in the Chiefs win. Buss allowed one earned run, three hits and two walks over six innings.

Oakfield 7, Cambria Friesland 3
Patrick Schwoerer got the win for Oakfield. He allowed three runs over six innings. Schwoerer struck out seven, walked three and gave up six hits.

Oakfield jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first. A single by Brett Strong, plating Taylor Schaefer started the inning off.

The game's last lead went to Oakfield thanks to a fourth inning rally that saw four runs cross the plate on an RBI double by Schwoerer, a fielder's choice, an RBI single by Justin Holz, and a wild pitch.

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 6, Omro 1
Drew Liebner recorded the win for Kettle Moraine Lutheran. He allowed one run over seven innings. Liebner struck out 13, walked two and gave up four hits.

The Chargers were sparked by Nate Leipert and Levi Zacharaysz, who teamed up for two hits and five RBI.

KML never trailed after scoring four runs in the first on A three-run double by Zacharaysz and a walk by Leipert.

Laconia 13, Mayville 0
The Mayville Cardinals lost 13-0 to Laconia on Tuesday as Jake Huebschman allowed just two hits over five innings.

Laconia's Huebschman, Cody Moon, Cole Tideman and Jacob Recher combined for six hits and seven RBI.

The game was never in doubt after the second, as Laconia scored nine runs on two doubles, a two-run home run by Moon, and two singles.

Watertown Luther Prep 9, Marshall 7
The Marshall Cardinals built an early edge on Tuesday, but Watertown Luther Prep roared back to steal a 9-7 victory.

An RBI single by Jared Lindemann gave Watertown Luther Prep the lead in the seventh inning.

Eric Griebenow got the win for Watertown Luther Prep. He tossed two innings of shutout ball. He struck out two, walked one and surrendered no hits.

Watertown Luther Prep's Jason Lindemann, Tom Keller, Ethan Roeseler and Jared Lindemann combined for nine hits and five RBI.

Manitowoc Lutheran 8, Wrightstown 5
Manitowoc Lutheran and Wrightstown both threatened with rallies, but it was the Lancers that held on in an 8-5 win.

Wrightstown got nine hits compared with just eight for Manitowoc Lutheran Lancers Varsity, but Wrightstown stranded 11 on base.

Kyle Staudt shut down Wrightstown while he was on the hill. Wrightstown managed just four hits off of Staudt, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out two during his five innings of work.

Madison Edgewood 1, Oregon 0
Madison Edgewood squeaked out a 1-0 win at Warner Park on Tuesday against Oregon.

Aaron Mack scored the only run of the game on Tuesday even though the Crusaders could not manage a hit. Mack reached on a walk and later came around to score on an outfield miscue.

Zach Ragels and Ross Galloway combined to no-hit the Crusaders but they couldn’t keep them off base surrendering four walks. The Oregon defense didn’t help the cause either giving up two errors.

Zach Harrington got the win for Edgewood striking out six over five innings.

Fennimore 18, Iowa-Grant 8
The bats were busy at Fennimore on Tuesday, and when the dust cleared the Fennimore Golden Eagles had an 18-8 win over Iowa Grant in five innings.

Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 23 hits, including seven extra base hits.

The biggest inning for the Golden Eagles was the second. Iowa Grant had no answer as Fennimore scored 16 runs.

Ian Streeter racked up three RBI on two hits for the Fennimore Golden Eagles. He homered in the second inning, and doubled in the third inning.

Montello 1, Markesan 0
Garrett Stoegbauer hopes every outing could go as well as Tuesday, as Stoegbauer threw a shutout to carry Montello to a 1-0 victory over Markesan in seven innings.

Stoegbauer struck out 14, paving the way for a the Hilltoppers win. The Hilltoppers’ pitcher gave up just two hits over seven shutout innings.

Clayton Roberts helped Montello Hilltoppers Varsity take the lead for good in the sixth inning hitting an RBI single to score Darren Schlaefer who earlier doubled in the inning.

Madison West 12, Verona 5
The Verona Wildcats jumped out to an early lead, but were unable to hold on and lost 12-5 to Madison West on Tuesday.

Derek Witte racked up three RBI on two hits for the Wildcats. He tripled in the first inning and doubled in the fifth inning.

Matt Ohm got the win for Madison West despite allowing five runs over seven innings. He struck out three, walked four and surrendered seven hits.

Freshman Ben Rortvedt went a perfect 3-for-3 on the day.

Shullsburg-Benton 18, Cassville 0
Shullsburg-Benton took down Cassville 18-0 on Tuesday after slamming Cassville with 12 runs in the third inning.

Wyatt Cook went a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate driving in two RBI.

Connor Crotty put together a nice outing. Cassville managed just one hit off of the Shullsburg-Benton pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out six during his three innings of work.

St. Mary Central 13, Roncalli 3
St. Mary Central blew out Roncalli 13-4 on Tuesday after pouring on nine runs in the first inning.

Griffin Jack racked up two RBI on three hits for the Zephyrs.

Mack Blashka recorded the win for St. Mary Central. He pitched four shutout innings. He struck out four, walked two and surrendered two hits.

Pardeeville 6, Green Lake-Princeton 5
The Green Lake-Princeton Tigersharks lost the ballgame after losing the lead in the sixth inning Tuesday, as Pardeeville grabbed a 6-5 victory in seven innings.

Drew Slade got it done on the hill in relief on the way to a win. He tossed 2 2/3 innings of shutout ball. Slade struck out six, walked none and gave up two hits.

Pardeeville took the lead in the sixth scoring the game winning run on an RBI single by Taylor Manuel.

Reedsville 12, Mishicot 8
Pitchers had a tough day during the game between Reedsville and Mishicot, as the two teams put up 20 runs combined in a 12-8 Panthers win.

Bryce Hassemer racked up five RBI on four hits for the Panthers. He singled in the first, second, and fourth innings and doubled in the sixth inning.

Chilton 2, Brillion 1
Brillion lost 2-1 in 11 innings to Chilton on Tuesday at Chilton.

The scored stayed knotted at one until the bottom of the 11th when Mitch Fucile scored after a clutch base hit by Hertel.

Holmen 13, Chippewa Falls 2
Thomas Sanchez got the win for Holmen. He allowed two runs over five innings. Sanchez struck out seven, walked three and gave up three hits.

Holmen's Jeren Kendall, Matt Cejka, Greg Rooney and Ryan Weber combined for six hits and ten RBI.

Kendall and Weber both hit homeruns to lead the Holmen attack.

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