Sun April 29, 2012
Brian Reed from Lee’s Summit North threw a no-hitter in a 8-0 win. Reed struck out five batters and walked one on the afternoon, and helped himself with one hits and two runs scored. Deven Willman led the North offense, going two for two with a double and two RBIs. Seth Soto had a two for three game with a triple. RBI and run scored.
No. 3 Notre Dame 10 Dexter 9: Notre Dame won in dramatic comeback fashion, in the SEMO Conference Tourament, coming out with a 10-9 win over Dexter. Down 9 to 5 in the sixth, Cody Heisserer hit a game tying grand slam and Jesse Schott followed with a solo homerun, his second of the game, to put Notre Dame ahead for good. Schott went four for four on the day with four RBIs and four runs scored to lead Notre Dame.
Notre Dame improves to 16-2.
No. 5 Springfield Catholic 7 Parkview 2: Austin Tribby picked up the win on the mound for Catholic and had three hits leading Catholic to the win. Colin Shaughnessy chipped in with three hits on the afternoon.
Catholic is now 16-2 and Parkview 11-5.
No. 6 Clever 4 Oran 1: In the first of their two wins on the day, Clever defeated visiting Oran 4-1. Chance Wolfe threw a complete game, striking out seven. David Pennewell had two hits and two RBIs.
No. 6 Clever 4 No. 16 Logan-Rogersville 0: Jordan Burnett went the distance shutting out Logan-Rogersville, 4-0. Burnett surrendered four hits and struck out seven. Phil Valence led the offense going two for three and two RBIs.
Clever is now 18-2 on the season
No. 6 Rock Bridge 5 No. 19 Eureka 6: Eureka scored a walk off upset Rock Bridge, with Connor Pahl scoring on a fielder’s choice ground out by Matt Dunavant. Pahl led the Eureka offense, going two for three with two runs scored. Ryan Emmerson picked up the win in relief, allowing one hit (a homerun to Rock Bridge starting pitcher Ryan Phillips).
Eureka improves to 15-5 while Rock Bridge falls to 15-5
No. 10 Kennett 7 Cape Central 6: Logan Dollins led the Kennett offense, going three for four with three RBIs as Kennett rebounds from their loss on Friday in the SEMO tournament. Declan Wallace and JD Willis each had two hits for Kennett.
Kennett is now 16-3 on the season
No. 11 SLUH 11 DeSoto 1: Andrew Clark overpowered the DeSoto offense, leading SLUH to the win.
No. 11 SLUH 14 Ladue 3: Brian Howard struck out five and allowed five hits on the afternoon.
SLUH improves to 16-5 with the two wins.
No. 12 Pacific 10 Herculaneum 0: Tanner Brown threw a complete game three hitter, and went two for three at the plate in the shutout of Herculaneum. In what was a complete team effort on offense, eight Pacific players had RBIs, led by Josh Conley’s two RBIs (one for three). Other players collecting an RBI in the game were Tanner Brown (two for three), Ryan Jones (two for three, two runs scored), Josh Moore (hitless), Dalton Mathis (hitless), Jake Null (one for two, one run scored), Nathan Bruns (one for three) and James Howie.
Pacific improves to 16-2 on the season.
No. 13 Parkway South 10 Oakville 4: Eric Kroupa had a four for five afternoon with two doubles and two RBIs to lead Parkway South in a Suburban West conference matchup. Jake Brentz, Ryan Fisher, and James Cummings contributed to the win with two RBIs a piece. Danny Holst picke dy the win on eht emound, going five innings, scattering eight hits and allowing four runs. Tyler Olmid threw two innings of hitless relief, striking out three.
Parkway South is now 17-6 overall and in third place in the conference with a 9-3 record.
No. 17 Chaffee 1 Shawnee 2
Chaffee falls to 19-2 on the season
No. 21 Cooter 4 Valle Catholic 5
Valle Catholic improves to 9-2, while Cooter falls to 15-2 in the non-conference matchup
No. 23 Summit Christian 7 Barstow 0: Matthew Verscheldan threw a complete game, four hitter and striking out eight in the shutout of Barstow. Jared Gage went three for four with a triple and two RBIs, and Jonathan Finch had two RBIs to lead the Christian offense.
Summit Christian improves to 16-4.
Jackson 9 Poplar Bluff 5: Jackson advances to the championship game of the SEMO Conference Tournament, scoring six runs in the fourth inning to knock off Poplar Bluff. Jackson, the No. 7 seed for the tournament, was led by DH Alex Bolen’s three for four afternoon, with a home run and three RBIs. Cole Blanton and Trent Willis each had three hits.
Jackson is now 9-8, while Poplar Bluff falls to 11-4 overall.
Marquette 11 Lindbergh 5:Keith Greishaber had a homerun and scored three runs, while Matt Hink went two for three with two doubles and three RBIs to lead the Marquette offense in a Suburban West Conference matchup. Danny Mannion went two for two with an RBI and Austin Fridley had two hits and drove in two for Marquette.
Marquette improves to 11-11 over all and a 7-4 conference record, Lindbergh falls to 12-8 and 6-6.
Seckman 7 Ft. Zumwalt East: Tyler Bilbery and Luke Boyster each had two hits and two RBIs to power the Seckman offense. Boyster also picked up the win on the mound; with a complete game three-hitter and fanning five batters.