Prep Baseball Report

Quick Hits: Milwaukee Senior Games

By Steve Nielsen and Matt Huck
PBR Wisconsin Scouting Staff

The PBR Senior Games at Kapco Park finished yesterday with several of the state’s top uncommitted prospects showing well. Over the coming weeks we will break down the event with complete analysis including top statistical performers. Here’s a quick look at some highlights from the day’s event.

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  • Jonathan Dominguez (Catholic Memorial) owned the fourth inning of game one. On the mound the righty sat 86-87 mph from a ¾ slot and a swing and miss slider, striking out a pair. In the bottom half he led off the inning with a triple to the left-center wall.

  • Nathan Hefle (Germantown) worked a perfect frame reaching 87 mph inducing three consecutive weak groundouts.

  • Coming off a summer all-state honorable mention season, LHP Bryce Wesling (New Berlin Eisenhower) was one of the more projectable arms of the day. A long loose arm who flashed a sweeping slider up to 74 mph.

  • The most dominating outing of the day came from Andrew Stekiel (Catholic Memorial) who struck out six in two innings, four by way of his 12/6 curveball which showed a ton of depth.

  • Patrick Tomforde (Pewaukee) worked two innings showing a late finishing fastball that sat 82-85 mph.

  • Ryan Wickman (River Valley) had one of the hardest hits of the day hitting a double off the wall in left field, 4.76 on the turn.

  • Jason Abatto (Kettle Moraine) showed a line drive approach going 2-for-3 in game with two doubles and two RBIs. Both doubles went to the left centerfield gap, 4.72 on the turn.

  • Jarrett Scheelk (Green Bay Preble) sprayed hard backspinning line drives in BP. Scheelk smoked a similar ball to right field in game for an F9.

  • Zach Carney (Kmberly) took one of the louder BP rounds of the day and translated it to game play recording a loud out to left field showing off pullside pop. Carney showed off his speed tool as well on a groundout to the pitcher running a 4.28 down the line. At 6-foot-2 , 185-pounds he’s a physical athlete with a big arm in the outfield as well (87 mph).

  • 6-foot-4, 180-pound catcher Ryan Norton (Fond Du Lac) showed off a big arm out of the crouch at 81 mph. 2.00 in game pop, would’ve nailed a would be base stealer but the ball was dropped at second.

  • Left-handed hitting outfielder Eric Modaff (Oregon) went 2-for-3 with two singles and a stolen base in game.

  • Joshua Hock (Notre Dame Academy) went a perfect 2-for-2 with two singles in game, running a 4.43 down the line. Also throwing a perfect inning on the mound up to 82 mph with good changeup, striking out one.

  • Ryan Zizzo (Muskego) went 2-for-2 with a double and an RBI.

  • Jonathan Osman (Brookfield Central) went 3-for-3 with three singles in game.