Milton duo leads All-Badger South

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Gazette staff
Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Sam McCann and Dane Burman spelled double trouble for the Badger South Conference in baseball this past season.

Burman and McCann helped lead Milton to the school’s first Badger South title and are unanimous selections on the all-conference first team.

The 6-foot-4, 210-pound McCann finished with a 6-2 record as the ace of the Milton staff. The hard-throwing righthander struck out 90 in 50 innings pitched and finished with an ERA just over 1.00.

Burman’s bat helped lead the Red Hawks to a Division 1 sectional semifinal game. The Hill College (Texas) recruit was the team’s top run producer and also pitched.

Fort Atkinson junior infielder Brady Schoenherr also made first team.

All-Badger South baseball

First Team

Pitchers: U-Sam McCann, sr., Milton; Dane Schultz, jr., Stoughton.

Catcher: U-Ben Young, sr., Edgewood.

Outfielders: Dean Wojtak, jr., Monona Grove; U-Jake Gundlach, sr., Oregon; Ian Galloway, sr., Oregon.

Infielders: U-Paul Mutch, jr., Edgewood; Brady Schoenherr, jr., Fort Atkinson; U-Dane Burman, sr., Milton; Austin Burandt, sr., Monroe.

DH/Utility: Caleb Choate, sr., Monona Grove.

Second Team

Pitchers: Nate Hall, sr., Edgewood; Tyler Sexton, jr., Fort Atkinson.

Catcher: Bryce Kalscheur, sr., Monona Grove.

Outfielders: Jake Dragoo, soph., Edgewood; Tyler Thormann, sr., Fort Atkinson; Max Fuller, sr., Stoughton.

Infielders: Mike Pleimling, sr., Edgewood; Brandon Ross, sr., Milton; Simon Maurice, jr., Oregon.

DH/Utility: Andy Mack, sr., Edgewood; Adam Flynn, sr., Stoughton.

U—Unanimous selection.


Edgewood—Zach Harrington, jr.; Aaron Mack, soph.; Fort Atkinson—Michael Rossing, jr.; Casey O’Brien, jr.; Tanner Boos, jr.; Milton—John Diestler, sr.; Andy Haney, jr.; Adam Catacutan, jr.; Nate Hoffman, sr.; Monona Grove—Brad Emmerich, sr.; Stoughton—Ben Gerber, jr.


Milton, 10-2; Madison Edgewood, 8-4; Stoughton, 8-4; Monona Grove, 6-6; Oregon, 5-7; Fort Atkinson, 4-8; Monroe, 1-11.

Last updated: 8:47 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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