BABA Roundup

June 29, July 1 and 4

East-West Division

Clintonville 17

Marion 1

Clintonville eased to a win over Marion in seven innings to improve to 6-1 overall. Marion fell to 3-5.

Park Mindel, Hunter Vollmer and Jeremy Schoeinike each posted two hits for Clintonville in the win. Jake Madson was the winning pitcher for the A’s.

Maverick Gehrman suffered the loss for Marion. Jake Westphal and Ryan Mortensen each had one hit for the Meisters.

Little Falls 4

Caroline 1

Little Falls remained atop the division with a tight win over Caroline. Little Falls improved to 6-2 while Caroline fell to 4-3.

Chris Dunn struck out 13 batters in a complete game effort on the hill for Little Falls. Drew Radies posted three hits for the Loggers while Kal Fischer had two hits and and Nate Korb doubled.

Bryson Bernarde worked a complete game for Caroline, striking out seven batters along the way. Conner Senzig tallied two base hits for the Cougars while Tyler Marquardt and Aaron Hoffman each doubled.

Neopit 13

Shawano 6

Neopit overpowered Shawano to improve to 5-3 on the season. Shawano slipped to 1-6 on the season.

Dallas Madosh powered Neopit with a four-hit game. Will Corn had three hits while Alex Peters and Dustin Peters each added two hits. Bobby Peters earned the win on the hill for the Chiefs.

Dan Buettner was dealt the loss on the mound for Shawano. Buettner led the Lakers at the plate with two hits.

Tigerton 9

Tilleda 4

The Tigerton, Tilleda matchup on July 1 was postponed to July 4, when Tigerton pulled away for a victory over Tilleda. Tigerton improved to 5-2 overall while Tilleda slipped to 1-7.

Hayden Harris picked up the win after pitching seven strong innings and allowing just four hits. Gunner Kopitzke led the Tigers with three hits while Shawn Much had two hits. Izaiah Hidde legged out a triple.

Joel Brei took the loss on the mound for Tilleda. Dylan Bierman went 2 for 4 at the plate, registering his first BABA hits. Steve Flanagan also had two hits for the White Sox.

Leopolis, Bowler postponed

The game between Leopolis and Bowler was postponed due to the weather. The teams are scheduled to play the game on July 14.

Gresham, Menominee postponed

The matchup between Gresham and Menominee was postponed. The game was rescheduled for Friday night but results were not available at press time.

Northern Division

Hatley 8

Aniwa 6

Hatley and Aniwa were able to get in the only Northern Division game of the week, with Hatley claiming a high-scoring affair. Hatley now owns a 3-5 record while Aniwa fell to 2-6.

Hatley broke a tie game with a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth inning. Andrew Baranowski picked up the win for the Braves. Jeremy Schmidt led the team with three hits while Baranowski and Kocher each had two hits.

Kody Szews suffered the loss for Aniwa. Kaleb Jaje led the Orioles with three base hits while Zach Jaje added two hits and Garret Held doubled.

Eland, Elderon showdown postponed

The highly-anticipated matchup between Eland and Elderon was postponed due to weather. A date for a makeup game between the division’s top-two teams is still to be determined.

Wittenberg, Polar rained out

The game between Wittenberg and Polar was rained out. Wittenberg currently owns a 4-3 record while Polar sits at 3-4.

South Central Division

Plover 13

Weymont 1

Plover dominated Weymont in a seven-inning contest. Plover improved to 4-3 while Weymont slipped to 2-6.

Jason Jones collected three hits for Plover in the win. Steve Pettit added two hits for the Pterodactyls. Zach Hintz was the winning pitcher.

Tyler Wetzel was dealt the loss for Weymont.

Scandinavia 16

Omro 6

Scandinavia 10-runned Omro in eight innings behind a balanced offensive attack.

RJ Rosenthal tallied four hits for Scandinavia, which improved to 7-1 on the summer. Gavin Erbes also recorded four hits for the Vikings while Logan Moe added three hits. Hunter Lodzinski earned the win on the mound.

Brady Shea took the loss for Omro, which slipped to 2-6. Brian Jones, Ryan Webber and Gregg Danke all had one hit for the Rivermen.

Waupaca 12

New London 1

Waupaca cruised past New London to remain perfect on the season.

Waupaca (8-0) was led by Josh Peterson, Andy Wanty and Luke Behm at the plate. Each player had two hits while Wanty and Peterson had three and two RBIs, respectively. Cameron Seidl earned the victory on the hill.

Andy Brooker was dealt the loss for New London (0-7). Trevor Bryan and Tyler Brown each had two hits for the Merchants.