BABA Highlights

East/West Divisions

Shawano 15

Tilleda 1

Shawano cruised past Tilleda to jump to 2-1 on the season.

Branden Estep struck out 10 batters to earn the win for Shawano. Kregg Boldig had three hits, while Adam Compton and Conner Klisch each had two.

Zach Fehrman took the loss for Tilleda, which is now 0-3. The team had just two hits.

Gresham 12

Bowler 8

Gresham improved to 3-0 with a high-scoring win over upset-minded Bowler.

Nate Ejnik hit a three-run homer and a grand slam to go along with a triple to lead Gresham at the plate. Pete Carroll added three hits, while Mitch Pleshek picked up the win.

Landan Kroening, Austin Wolf and Cody Thiex all posted three hits for Bowler. Paul Murphy homered, but also took the loss.

Tigerton 9

Marion 2

Tigerton remained perfect on the young season with a strong win over Marion. Tigerton is now 3-0, while Marion fell to 0-3.

Paul Sellner earned the win, striking out 12 batters over eight innings. Conner Harris and Brandon Sivertson each had three hits, with Sivertson homering twice and Harris tallying a homer and double.

Ryan Mortensen took the loss for Marion. Joe Weinberg had three hits, while Dave Hueds and Jake Westphal added two hits each.

Clintonville 8

Leopolis 4

Clintonville doubled up Leopolis to bump its record to 4-0 on the season. Leopolis dropped to 1-2.

Jeremy Schoenike and Jaden Doornick each had three hits for Clintonville, while Tyler Torberg had two hits. Hunter Vollmer struck out seven batters over six innings to earn the win.

Tommy Stueck took the loss for Leopolis. Nick Schoen reached base five times without the benefit of a hit, walking four times and also being hit by a pitch.

Neopit 14

Caroline 10

Neopit picked up a high-scoring victory over Caroline to move to 2-1 overall. Caroline is now 1-2.

Dustin Peters led Neopit with three hits, while Bob Peters, Anthony Leaman and Dallas Madosh all had two. Leaman also was the winning pitcher.

Bryson Bernarde was dealt the loss for Caroline. Eric Kroening had four hits, while Dylan Loveland posted three.

Little Falls 17

Menominee 4

Little Falls moved to 3-0 with a lopsided win over Menominee, which dropped to 0-4.

Kal Fischer led Little Falls with three hits, while Cam Gruenwald and Jenner Gullixon each had two.

Joe Grignon had two hits for Menominee.

South Central Division

Plover 13

Scandinavia 3 (8 inn.)

Plover improved to 3-1 with a convincing win in eight innings over Scandinavia.

Zach Hintz earned the win for Plover. Nate Jackan homered, doubled twice and drove in five runs to lead the team at the plate. John Jazz added two hits.

Zach Ksicinski had two hits and two RBIs for Scandinavia, which dropped to 2-1. Ksicinski also took the loss.

Waupaca 12

Green Lake 1

Waupaca bumped its record to 3-0 with a win over Green Lake, which fell to 0-3.

Kyle Douglas, Sean Peskie, Travis Holat, Tyler Goggins, Walker Smith and Johnny Popham all recorded two hits, while Luke Behm hit a two-run home run for Waupaca. Jim Nighbor pitched four innings to earn the win, while Cam Seidl tossed three strong innings.

Andrew Radloff took the loss for Green Lake. Hunter Merrill tripled and drove in the team’s lone run.

Northern Division

Birnamwood 9

Wittenberg 4

Birnamwood improved to 3-1 with a division win over Wittenberg, which now is 0-4.

Zach Bembenek had three hits, while Gus Turner-Zick and Erik Steigerwald each added two for Birnamwood. Austin Reed struck out eight batters over five innings to earn the win.

Dominic Anderson suffered the loss for Wittenberg, which totaled just five hits in the contest.

Hatley 6

Antigo/Polar 4

Hatley held off Antigo/Polar to improve to 2-1 on the season. Antigo/Polar dropped to 2-1.

Connor Langbehn and John Breske each had two hits for Hatley, while Breske also earned the win.

Nick Marshall and Kyle Wagoner each tallied three hits. while Jed Weix had two for Antigo/Polar. Cody Urban suffered the loss.

Eland 5

Aniwa 4

Eland fended off Aniwa to remain tied atop the conference standings with a 3-1 record. Aniwa slipped to 1-2.

Jared Richter finished with three hits to lead Eland. Jacob Ligenza had two hits and was also the winning pitcher.

Wade Farmer homered and doubled to lead Aniwa at the plate. Jesse Jankowski took the loss on the hill.