Prep Baseball Report

WIAA Diamond Notes: Week 1 & 2

By. Josh Fields
Area Scout, Data Coordinator

Each week, WIAA coaches around the state submit to us their nominations for the Prep Baseball Wisconsin Player of the Week and Prep Baseball Wisconsin Pitcher of the Week honors. Yesterday, we awarded the Week 1 Player of the Week honor to SS/RHP Cal Moreau (Monona Grove, 2026) and the Pitcher of the Week honor to RHP/UTL Cutler Schmidt (West Bend East, 2024). Moreau batted to a .727 average and a slugging percentage of 1.500 across 11 at-bats. Schmidt went the distance in a run-rule victory, striking out 10 batters in his six innings of work. He allowed just one hit and failed to allow a free base, on just 74 pitches.

There were a number of other impressive performances that were in the mix for the award and deserve recognition. Here’s a look at some of the most notable.


Garrett Bonk, C/INF, Grafton, 2024

Uncommitted, Bonk was a big factor in Grafton’s 2-3 start so far this year, going for multi-hit games in four of their five games so far. So far on the season bonk is 11-for-13 with four doubles, six RBIs and eight runs and is hitting .846 on the year with a 2.000 OPS while hitting at the top or the middle of the order. Also providing value on the basepaths Bonk has already stolen five bases on the year.

Brock Buskager, INF/RHP, Oregon, 2024

Uncommitted, Buskager played a large part in Oregon’s win over Campbellsport earlier in the year. At the plate, Buskager hit cleanup where he went 3-for-3 with two doubles, an RBI and scored once, on the season Buskager is 4-for-6 with two RBIs and is hitting .667 with a .714 on-base percentage. On the mound, Buskager struck out eight batters across three innings.

Juan Carlos Dominguez, C, Martin Luther, 2024

Uncommitted, Dominguez has been a steady presence behind the dish and in the lineup for the Spartans. Defensively, Dominguez has already thrown out a runner in a critical situation. At the plate, Dominguez has gone 6-for-8 with four doubles and three RBIs as a middle of the order bat for the Spartans.

Carter Horton, 1B/OF, Delavan-Darien, 2024

Uncommitted, Horton has performed well during the Comets 2-0 start on both sides of the ball. At the plate, from the two-hole Horton is 5-for-8 with three doubles, three RBIs, four runs scores and a walk while playing center field. Horton got the start on the mound in the season opener where he tossed five innings allowing three hits, four walks, a run and struck out three batters.

Tanner Hraby, INF/OF, Medford Area, 2024

Wisconsin-River Falls commit, Hraby has been one of the better performers in the WIAA for some time now. At the plate, Hraby helps the Raiders to a 3-0 start hitting leadoff, through those three games Hraby is 5-for-11 with two doubles, a home run and six runs and RBIs on the year. Hraby also broke the school record for runs scored with 87 and he will look to add to that total as he finishes out the year. On the mound, Hraby tossed three scoreless innings in the home opener striking out five batters.

Sawyer Kowalkowski, INF/OF, Ozaukee, 2024

Uncommitted, Kowalkowski got off to a hot start for the warriors through one game, going 4-for-5 with a double, two RBIs, four runs and three stolen bases.

Nate Langbehn, RHP, DC Everest, 2024

Wichita State commit, Langbehn has been one of the top pitchers in the WIAA for some time. On the mound, Langbehn has not allowed a run in 42.1 innings dating back to his sophomore year. In his first start of the year, Langbehn tossed an efficient five inning scoreless outing where he struck out ten batters allowing just one hit. At the plate, hitting near the top of the order Langbehn is 2-for-5 with a triple and four RBIs.

Mason Roell, INF, West Bend East, 2024

Uncommitted, Roell picked up where he left off from the 2023 season. At the plate, Roell is a top of the order hitter, hitting 7-for-10 with a double, two triples while driving in six runs and scoring nine himself. Also drawing six walks and bringing his on-base percentage to .813 so far on the year. Roell has also played strong defense out of the gate not committing an error on the year so far. On the mound, Roell picked up a save in his lone appearance striking out two batters in one inning.

Carson Roemhild, RHP/INF, Boyceville, 2026

Uncommitted, Roemhild has helped his team to a 2-2 start batting in different spots near the top of the order. Through four games Roemhild is 7-for-13 with two doubles, eight RBIs, seven runs and has been a savvy baserunner early on stealing four bases so far.

Colton Semmelmann, LHP, Brookfield Central, 2026

Uncommitted, Semmelmann tossed an impressive outing in front of our staff striking out six batters in 4.1 innings. You can find a full report on Semmelmann’s outing in the Wisconsin Week 2 Scout Blog.

Greyson Zach, RHP, Pewaukee, 2025

Minnesota commit, Zach has been a presence on both sides of the ball for Pewaukee. Helping Pewaukee go 3-0 on the week, on the mound, Zach tossed a no-hitter striking out 11 batters allowing a walk. At the plate, Zach was 6-for-11 with two doubles, a triple and four RBIs while drawing three walks and stealing two bases.


Tate Robillard, RHP, Kettle Moraine, 2025

Uncommitted, Robillard started his junior campaign with a four inning performance in their out of state trip to Tennessee. Robillard gave up two hits, one run and struck out two batters in 43 pitches.

JJ Wolbert, MIF, Kettle Moraine, 2024

Madison JC commit, through five games Wolbert is hitting over .400 from the leadoff spot and driving in four runs and scoring eight himself. Wolbert provides more value from the leadoff spot being a savvy base stealer already stealing three bags on the year for the Lasers and getting on-base at a .524 clip. Wolbert plays a high-level shortstop and has been the anchor of the defense through five games this year.


Kevin Sheehan, RHP, Middleton, 2024

Uncommitted, Sheehan has gotten off to a hot start through two appearances for the Cardinals. In 11 innings Sheehan has pitched to a 2-0 record with a 1.90 ERA while allowing eight hits, and three earned runs, striking out six batters in that time.

Tyler Vogt, C, Middleton, 2026

Uncommitted, Vogt has gotten off to a strong start for Middleton through three games. At the plate, Vogt is 5-for-9 with a .636 on-base percentage and a 1.747 OPS with a triple and a home run already on the year. Also a run producer hitting mostly in the three spot Vogt has driven in four runs and scored five himself.