Daily Roundup: June 9



By Steve Nielsen
Scouting Supervisor - Wisconsin/Illinois

Welcome to the Daily Roundup.

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SWCHA
1
Pius XI
5
FINAL
Franklin
6
Menomonee Falls
1
FINAL

Kyle Cortez got the win for Franklin. He allowed two runs over six innings. He struck out three, walked three and surrendered five hits.

Franklin was sparked by Jacob Gain and Jake Behlendorf, who teamed up for four hits and five RBIs.

Wilmot
1
No. 21 Kenosha Indian Trail
8
FINAL
Gibraltar
5
Laconia
6
FINAL
Milwaukee Hamilton
1
No. 1 Arrowhead
10
FINAL
Ashwaubenon
0
No.3  Bay Port
4
FINAL
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Beaver Dam
5
Watertown
6
FINAL
A tight game was decided in the eighth inning as Beaver Dam fell to Watertown 6-5 in eight innings on Tuesday at Sun Prairie.
Madison West
2
No. 2 Janesville Craig
5
FINAL
No. 8 Appleton North
4
No. 4 Kimberly
5
FINAL
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Johnson Creek
0
Rio
5
FINAL
Brookwood
6
Augusta
4
FINAL
Notre Dame
2
Mosinee
1
FINAL
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No. 11 Aquinas
8
No. 13 Neillsville
0
FINAL

Blugolds jumped out to an early lead on Neilsville and captured an 8-0 victory on Tuesday at Merchants.

The game was decided quickly as Blugolds exerted its will early with six runs in the first three innings.

An RBI single by Eric Wilson and a three-run error during the second inning fueled the Blugolds' offense early.

Tim Bettis racked up two RBIs on two hits for Aquinas. He singled in the second and third innings.

Alex Schulte kept Neilsville off the board during his six innings of work. Schulte allowed three hits, one walk and struck out one.

Eau Claire Memorial
4
No. 14 River Falls
14
FINAL
Brian Grove, Logan Schmidt, Mason Woiwode and Jon Krueger helped lead River Falls. They combined for six hits and six RBIs.
La Crosse Central
6
DeForest
2
FINAL
Saint Croix Falls
2
Chequamegon
4
FINAL
Caleb Armstrong recorded the win for Chequamegon. He allowed two runs over seven innings. He struck out eight, walked seven and surrendered four hits.
Pacelli
0
Marathon
1
FINAL
Butternut/Prentice
4
Shell Lake
5
FINAL

An outstanding effort by Zachary Melton hoisted Lakers to a 5-4 win over Butternut/Prentice on Tuesday at Bruce.

Melton racked up 16 strikeouts in the Lakers win. Melton allowed one earned run, five hits and one walk over nine innings.

Pittsville
2
Rib Lake
9
FINAL
Somerset
4
Hayward
5
FINAL
Cory Yoder recorded the win for Hayward. He allowed four runs over seven innings. He struck out nine, walked three and surrendered six hits.

Hayward stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the sixth, scoring one run on an RBI single by Sande.
Kettle Moraine Lutheran
0
Waupaca
6
FINAL
River Valley
5
Wisconsin Dells
4
FINAL
No. 19 Lake Country Lutheran
12
Kenosha St. Joseph
3
FINAL

The Lake Country Lutheran Lightning jumped out to an early lead on St. Joseph and captured a 12-3 victory on Tuesday at Ripon College.

With 11 runs in the first three innings, the Lightning left no doubt about the eventual outcome.

A two-run double by Andrew Buran, an RBI single by CJ Teske, and an RBI single by Ben Wilkins during the first inning and an RBI triple by Buran, an RBI double by CJ Teske, an RBI double by Joe Lipsky, and an RBI double by Sam Shepherd in the second inning supplied the early offense for the Lightning.

CJ Teske racked up three RBIs on three hits.

Ithaca
11
Fennimore
2
FINAL
Milwaukee Riverside
0
Milwaukee Reagan
1
FINAL
Green Bay East/West
1
Green Bay Preble
8
FINAL
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Oconomowoc
0
No. 6 Sun Prairie
0
FINAL
Logan Wonn recorded the win for Oconomowoc. He pitched seven shutout innings. He struck out eight, walked one and surrendered one hit.
Verona
9
No. 23 Janesville Parker
4
FINAL

Four first-inning runs helped the Verona Area Wildcats to a 9-4 win over Janesville Parker at Riverside Park on Tuesday.

Jacob Slonim led the Wildcats offensive threat, as he got on base three times in the game. He doubled in the first inning and singled in the second inning.

Keaton Knueppel recorded the win. He allowed four runs over seven innings. Knueppel struck out seven, walked five and gave up six hits.

No. 7 West De Pere
4
No. 9 Oshkosh North
1
FINAL
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No. 21 Kenosha Indian Trail
3
No. 10 Kenosha Bradford
2
FINAL
Argyle
6
Highland
9
FINAL
West Salem
4
No. 17 Prescott
3
FINAL
No. 5 Denmark
3
No. 20 Freedom
1
FINAL
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Greenwood
4
Spring Valley
7
FINAL
Chippewa Falls
6
Stevens Point
3
FINAL

The Chippewa Falls Cardinals finally managed to grab the lead after a strong fifth inning. The Cardinals scored on a three-run home run by Landon Mueller off Alex Lee, plating Wyatt Weiland and Jake Sperry.

Mueller racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Cardinals.

Cambridge
3
Wisconsin Heights
5
FINAL
Edgerton
3
Lodi
4
FINAL
Wausaukee
5
Niagara
4
FINAL

The Rangers and Niagra passed the lead back and forth on Tuesday at Tigerton, but in the end the Rangers pulled out a 5-4 win in seven innings over Niagra.

Aaron Schlies had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He doubled in the first inning and homered in the fifth inning.

La Crosse Logan
6
Baraboo
7
FINAL
Durand
11
Elk Mound
1
FINAL
Bonduel
1
Coleman
4
FINAL

Nick Sailer went 2-3 as Coleman Cougars took home a 4-1 victory over Bonduel in seven innings on Tuesday.

He doubled in the third inning and singled in the fifth inning.

Coleman Cougars got the win thanks in large part to Matt Osterberg's dominant, seven-strikeout performance. Osterberg allowed no earned runs, five hits and three walks over seven innings.

Milwaukee Lutheran
5
No. 15 Jefferson
2
FINAL

Nick Schrader allowed three hits, but the Eagles still fell to Milwaukee Lutheran 5-2 in seven innings on Tuesday at Mayville.

Nick Winter got it done again on the mound on the way to a win. He allowed two runs over seven innings. He struck out 11, walked four and surrendered four hits.

Howards Grove
3
Pewaukee
8
FINAL
No. 19 Lake Country Lutheran
2
Laconia
1
FINAL

Lake Country Lutheran didn't provide Ben Wilkins with much support, but he didn't need much. Wilkins pitched eight strong innings to carry the Lightning to a 2-1 win over Laconia in eight innings on Tuesday at Ripon College.

TJ Hopkins helped the Lightning take the lead for good in the eighth inning. With the score tied at one, Hopkins came to the plate and doubled, bringing home Nate Paffenroth.

Wilmot
7
No. 12 Kenosha Tremper
6
FINAL
Chippewa Falls
4
No. 14 River Falls
5
FINAL

Jake Sperry had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He homered in the third inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

River Falls was sparked by Brian Grove and Jon Krueger, who teamed up for seven hits and three RBIs.

Trailing by one in the sixth, River Falls scored two runs on an RBI double by Grove and an RBI single by Krueger to take the lead and pull out the win.

No. 3 Bay Port
5
Green Bay Preble
1
FINAL
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No. 24 Oconomowoc
4
No. 22 Watertown
2
FINAL
West Salem
8
Hayward
5
FINAL
No. 5 Denmark
0
Notre Dame
5
FINAL
Spring Valley
6
Shell Lake
0
FINAL
Highland
7
Rio
9
FINAL
Wausaukee
5
Rib Lake
6
FINAL
Brookwood
1
Ithaca
11
FINAL
No. 2 Janesville Craig
10
Verona
0
FINAL

Chase Nyborg got it done on the mound on the way to a win. He pitched five shutout innings. Nyborg struck out one, walked none and gave up three hits.

Janesville Craig's Jack Blomgren, Kevin Brandt and Evan Spry combined for seven hits and six RBIs.

No. 7 West De Pere
12
No. 4 Kimberly
17
FINAL
Milwaukee Reagan
5
No. 1 Arrowhead
0
FINAL
No. 11 Aquinas
9
Wisconsin Heights
0
FINAL

An ace performance by Rudy Rott Jr lifted Aquinas to a 9-0 win in seven innings over Wisconsin Heights on Tuesday.

Blugolds' Rott Jr kept Wisconsin Heights off the scoreboard for all seven innings he was on the rubber. He pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on two hits while striking out four.

The Blugolds offense pounded out 11 hits, including two extra base hits. Rott Jr put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits.

Rott Jr and Andy Gundersen teamed up for five hits and four RBIs.

Lodi
5
River Valley
14
FINAL
Sheb. Luth./Kohler
0
Pewaukee
6
FINAL
Coleman
1
Marathon
10
FINAL

Kanten Underwood recorded the win for Marathon. He allowed one run over seven innings. He struck out four, walked one and surrendered three hits.

Alex Blume, Ryan Gassnr, Underwood and Matt Brawn helped lead Marathon. They combined for eight hits and five RBIs.

Chequamegon
4
Durand
2
FINAL
Waupaca
2
Milwaukee Lutheran
3
FINAL
La Crosse Central
7
Baraboo
8
FINAL
Oak Creek
6
Wauwatosa East
1
FINAL
Plymouth
5
Kewaskum
4
FINAL
Port Washington
0
West Bend West
10
FINAL
Sheboygan Falls
1
Two Rivers
12
FINAL
Waukesha North
7
Mukwonago
10
FINAL
Marquette University
2
Sussex Hamilton
7
FINAL
Brookfield East
8
West Allis Central
7
FINAL
Brookfield Central
1
West Allis Hale
3
FINAL
Kettle Moraine
3
Waukesha West
7
FINAL