Prep Baseball Report

Preseason Power 25 Countdown: No. 12 Green Bay Preble

The Wisconsin high school season kicks off on March 29, the first day for regular season games. Most teams will begin practicing on March 21, getting their rosters set and finalizing their lineups.

Over the next several weeks, leading up to opening day, we will be rolling out team previews of high school teams all across the state and across all classifications, eventually launching our Preseason Power 25.

We have been sending out our annual Preseason Questionnaire to coaches all across the state and as the responses flood in we will bring you a snapshot of what to expect along with top players and keys to success for that particular team. If you don’t see your team’s season preview make sure your head coach fills out his Preseason Questionnaire.

Team: Green Bay Preble
Preseason Rank: 12
2015 Record: 19-10
Conference: Fox River Classic
WIAA Division: 1
Head Coach:
Andy Conard
Playoff Run: Lost in Sectional Final
2015 Final Rank: Not Ranked


Name State School Class Pos Commitment
Caleb Schoenholz WI Green Bay Preble
2016 LHP
Winona State
Griffin Summers WI Green Bay Preble 2017 RHP
Connor Lemmens WI Green Bay Preble 2016 SS
Jarrett Scheelk WI Green Bay Preble 2017 OF

Ryan Dougherty WI Green Bay Preble 2016 3B

WIll Conard WI Green Bay Preble 2017 RHP  


The pitching will be the key to Preble's success again this season as they return Caleb Schoenholz, who went 6-1 with a 1.07 ERA last season, and Griffin Summers who went 8-1 with a 1.81 ERA. 

Ryan DoughertyPreble returns most of its starters from last seasons team that went 19-10 and made it to the sectional championship. Look for Preble to contend for the Fox River Classic title this season as they are deep on the mound this year with Caleb Schoenholz, Griffin Summers, and Will Conard. Look for sophomore RHP Paul Stefiuk to possibly make an impact at the varsity level this season. Senior 3B Ryan Dougherty (pictured right) hit .432 least season and forms a solid left side of the infield along with Connor Lemmens who batted .317 last year. The Hornets have the pitching to make a deep run in the playoffs this season and take home their first Fox River Classic Title in over 10 years.

If you are a high school coach and have yet to send in your Preseason Questionnaire please fill one out HERE.