Evansville wins baseball tourney slugfest

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Gazette Staff
Saturday, May 28, 2011

Evansville High School won a slugfest, 11-9, Friday over Beloit Turner in a WIAA Division 2 regional baseball quarterfinal at Turner.

Dan Walczak hit a grand slam in the fourth inning to put Evansville ahead 7-0. Turner bounced back to take an

8-7 lead after six innings.

Evansville scored four runs in the seventh with Ryan Weaver driving home the go-ahead run. Weaver gained the victory in relief.

Evansville (11-12) plays at Clinton at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in a regional semifinal that pairs into the Monroe Sectional.


Evansville 020 500 4—11 7 3

Turner 000 521 1—9 13 2

Johnson, Weaver (5). Cashore (6), Johnson (7) and Pinnow; Andrews, Hutchinson (3), Metzger (7), Andrews (7) and Burt.

Leading hitters—Moseley (E) 2x4, Pinnow (E) 2x2, Andrews (BT) 2x4, Reese (BT() 3x5, Stenulson (BT) 2x4, Pickett (BT) 2x3. 2B—Moseley (E) 2, Reese (BT). HR—Walczak (E).

SO—Johnson (E) 2, Weaver (E) 4, Andrews (T) 7. BB—Weaver 1, Andrews 3, Hutchinson 2.

n Whitewater 10, East Troy 0 (5)—Luke Heller went the distance, and Lucas Van Norman homered to lead the host Whippets to the Division 2 regional victory over visiting East Troy.

The Whippets scored seven runs in the bottom of the first.

Whitewater (11-12) plays at Racine Prairie School at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in a regional semifinal.


East Troy 000 00—0 3 4

Whitewater 720 01—10 7 2

Hanke, Olsen (3), Skaden (4) and Jasinski; Heller and Van Norman.

2B—Tautges (W), Brunner (W), Schumacher (W), Hollingshead (W). HR—Van Norman (W).

SO—Hanke (ET) 1, Olson (ET) 5, Heller (W) 6. BB—Hanke 2, Olson 4, Heller 2.

n Monroe 7, Brodhead 1—Dylan Schwitz and Kramer Henning hit two-run home runs in a five-run second inning, and Mitchell Marty took a no-hitter into the fifth inning before a one-out single by Tyler Davis broke it up.

Monroe (12-9) plays at Edgerton on Tuesday.

Henning finished 3-for-4 with a home run and a double.


Brodhead 000 000 1—1 4 4

Monroe 250 000 x—7 8 1

Scheidegger, Gerlach (2); Marty.

Leading hitters—Henning (M) 3x4. 2B—Harnack (B), Henning (M), Burandt (M), Nafzger (M), Marty. HR—Schwitz (M), Henning (M).

SO—Scheidegger (B) 1, Gerlach (B) 5, Marty (M) 5. BB—Scheidegger (B) 1, Gerlach 1, Marty 1.

n Big Foot 6, Delavan-Darien 2—Jordan Gottman held Delavan-Darien to five hits for a Division 2 regional quarterfinal victory.

David Crump delivered a bases-loaded two-run double, and Gottman added a two-run double in Big Foot’s five-run sixth inning.

Big Foot plays at Racine

St. Catherine’s at 4:45 p.m. Tuesday in regional semifinal that is part of the Marshall Sectional.


Walworth Big Foot 100 005 0—6 9 0

Delavan-Darien 000 100 1—2 5 0

Gottman; Samuelson, Huber (7).

Leading hitters—Santeler (BF) 2x4, Gottman (BF) 2x4, Hehr (BF) 3x4. 2B—Crump (BF), Gottman (BF), Huber (DD). HR—Skelton (DD).

SO—Gottman 2, Samuelson 3, Huber 1. BB—Gottman 4, Samuelson 4.

n Jefferson 5, Lakeside 4—The Eagles scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to win a Division 2 quarterfinal at Jefferson.

Heath Renz notched seven strikeouts through four innings of scoreless relief to boost the Eagles (17-9). Zeke Emerick had three hits in four at-bats including a double for Jefferson.

Jefferson plays top-seeded Edgewood in a regional semifinal game Tuesday at the Bishop O’Connor Center in Madison. That is part of the Monroe Sectional.


Lakeside Lutheran 121 000 0—4 3 4

Jefferson 010 002 2—5 6 4

Vredeveld and Meinel; Pfeifer, Renz (4) and Roth.

Leading hitters—Renz (J) 2x3, Emerick (J) 3x4. 2B—Renz (J), Ramirez (J), Emerick (J).

SO—Vredeveld (LL) 4. Pfeifer (J) 2. Renz 7. BB—Vredeveld 4, Pfeifer 2, Renz 2.

n Mount Horeb 3, McFarland 2 (8)—The visiting Vikings scored a run in the top of the eighth to earn the Division 2 regional quarterfinal win.

Mount Horeb plays at Lodi in a regional semifinal game Tuesday. That pairs into the Monroe Sectional.


Mount Horeb 002 000 01—3 8 0

McFarland 000 011 00—2 8 3

Fredrick; Wedel.

Leading hitters—Hefty (MH) 2x4, Volker (McF) 2x3, Thomas (McF) 2x3. 2B—Elver (MH), Tucker (MH), O’Malley (McF).

SO—Fredrick (MH) 5, Wedel (McF) 2. BB—Fredrick 2, Wedel 3.

Division 3

n Palmyra-Eagle 10, Cambridge 0—Jared Kinjerski allowed only two hits in pitching his sixth shutout of the season as the Panthers overpowered Cambridge in a five-inning Division 3 regional opener.

Casey Legan went 3-for-3 in leading the Panthers’ nine-hit attack. Kinjerski also was 2-for-3 at the plate as he improved to 10-2 on the mound.

Palmyra-Eagle (13-10) plays at Deerfield in a regional semifinal game Tuesday.


Cambridge 000 00—0 2 2

Palmyra-Eagle 410 41—10 9 0

Prescott and Mickelson; Kinjerski and Murn.

Leading hitters—Kinjerski (PE) 2x3,. Legan (PE) 3x3. 2B—Sallis (PE), Covarrubias (PE). 3B—Legan (PE).

SO—Prescott (Ca) 1, Kinjerski (PE) 6. BB—Prescott 3, Kinjerski 3.

Division 4

n Albany 14, Faith Christian 3 (5)—The Comets scored seven runs on three hits and three Faith Christian errors in the second inning of the five-inning Division 4 regional quarterfinal.

Albany (8-11) plays at Monticello at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Faith Christian 100 20—3 3 4

Albany 073 3x—14 11 1

Ad Montsma and Al Montsma; Schultz, Detra (3) and Peters.

Leading hitters—Mulder (FA) 2x3, Schultz (A) 3x4, Pfeuti (A) 3x4. 2B—Deegan (A), Mauermann (A), Kallgren (A), Schultz (A). 3B—Detra (A).

SO—Ad Montsma 2, Schultz 4, Detra 5. BB—Ad Montsma 3, Schultz 4, Detra 3.

n Williams Bay 5, Black Hawk 3—The Bulldogs’ Ryan Bonamarte singled home Wyatt Beyers with the winning run in the seventh inning of a Division 4 regional quarterfinal game at South Wayne.

Bulldogs starter Jake Sutter notched 12 strikeouts.

Williams Bay (3-14) plays at Burlington Catholic Central in regional semifinal game at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Williams Bay 000 120 2—5 10 2

Black Hawk 100 020 0—3 8 4

Sutter and Scott Holmes; Meythaler and Mahoney.

Leading hitters—Wellhausen (WB) 2x4, Surges (WB) 2x4, Holmes (WB) 2x4, Conlin (WB) 2x3, Walker (B) 3x4, Butler (B) 3x4. 2B—Walker (B) 2.

SO—Sutter (WB) 12, Meythaler (BH 7. BB—Sutter 6, Meythaler 2.

Last updated: 5:06 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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