Prep Baseball Report

Daily Roundup: April 24 Games

The sun was shining Wednesday afternoon in Missouri, and a fair amount of games were played. A few high strikeout performance and multiple hits games highlight the daily game round up for Wednesday.

No. 1 Westminster 6   MICDS 0
Tyler Catlett drove home two, and Brett Bond had two hits and an RBI to lead Westminster over MICDS.  Ben Lovell once again shut down an opposing offense, striking out seven in the complete game win, while scattering four hits. 

No. 2 Parkway North 5   John Burroughs 3
RBIs from John Shankner, Garrett Taylor, Andrew Huss, and Noah Rosen were enough to put Parkway North over Burroughs. Connor Ladig threw six strong innings, allowing two earned runs and struck out four. 

No. 3 Francis Howell 9   Troy 1
Jake Hellweg and Brendan Trimble each collected two hits and six different players drove in a run for the Vikings to put them over Troy. Calvin Munson shut down the Troy offense, scattering four hits in the complete game effort and striking out eight batters. 

No. 7 Carthage 5   Ozark 0 

No. 10 SLUH 2   No. 16 Vianney 3
Alex Hoffman picked up the win going five and a third inning and allowing four hits and two earned runs whiule striking out four. Chris Cornelius and Mat Jones each drove in a run for Vianney 

No. 11 Rockhurst 6   Blue Valley Southwest (KS) 5 

No. 18 Forsyth   Spokane 2
Layn Hurst led the Forsyth offense with a 3-for-4 afternoon, while driving in three runs. Lane Horner threw a complete game, allowing five hits and struck out six Spokane batters. 

No. 19 Lee’s Summit West 4   Park Hill 7 

No. 21 Wentzville Holt 9   Ft. Zumwalt East 7
Darren Love went 3-for-4 with two doubles, three stolen bases, and two runs scored to set the tone for Holt. Josh Abegg had a 4-for-5 afternoon, driving in two and Devin Pettit also drove in two on two hits. Holt swiped seven bases as  team and pounded out 15 hits. 

No. 25 Logan-Rogersville 4   Reeds Spring 1 (8 innings)
Rogersville scored three in the top of the eighth to come away with another win. Justus Boever had two hits, including a homerun to lead the Rogersville offense and Justin King earned the win on the mound. 

Timberland 4   Ft. Zumwalt West 1
Ian Nelson drove in two runs in a four run first inning, and Brian Williams did the rest on the mound throwing a complete game allowing five hits and striking out three. West pitcher Austin Verschoore gave up only two hits in a complete game losing effort. 

Seneca 15   Lamar 5
Payton Rawlins homered and drove in five run to lead the Seneca offense in a five inning win over Lamar. Colton Webber chipped in going 3-for-3 with two doubles, four RBIs and three runs scored. Rawlins also picked up the win on the mound, striking out nine batters. 

Clever 2   Blue Eye 1 (10 innings)
Chance Wolfe started and threw nine innings, while striking out sixteen batters, and Tyler Martin picked up the win striking out two in one inning of work.  Clever tied the game in the bottom of the seventh off a RBI single by Chance Wolfe and Jeremy Watson came around to score in the bottom of the 10th inning on a Bryce Wilson single for the walk off win. 

Blue Springs 9   Lee’s Summit North 5
Corbin Hare blasted a two out walk off grand slam to lead Blue Springs over Lee’s Summit North. Hare also had two singles in the game and finished with five runs drives in as well as picking up the win on the mound in a complete game effort. 

Chaffee 11   Oak Ridge 3
Jared Walker powered Chaffee at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a single, triple, and racking up three RBIs. Cody Johnson picked up the win throwing for innings and gave up six hits, struck out five, and allowed one earned run. 

Hallsville 1   Southern Boone 0
Ryan Long’s solo home run in the second inning was all the offense that either team could muster, but it was enough to back starting pitcher Brendan Beatty, who allowed three hits and struck out eight in a complete game effort. 

Hickman 17   Smith-Cotton 5
Jake Cowan blasted a grand slam and a solo shot and Colby Fitch added a three run homerun to power the Hickman offense over Smith-Cotton. 

Park Hills Central 2   Lutheran South 0
A two RBI double by Jake Rhodes in the top of the sixth led Park Hills Central over Lutheran South. Collin Manion kept the South bats in check going the distance, scattering three hits for the shutout. 

Oakville 8   Fox 6
John Udina went 1-for-3 with a homerun, two RBIs, and two runs scored to lead the Oakville offense. Arthur Brinkmann chipped in by driving in two runs and Luke Hassler, Tommy Bruenig, and Andy Oliver each drove in one. 

St. Charles West 9   Warrenton 0
Chip Champagne threw six inning of shut out ball and was helped offensively by Chris Asher, Drew Holtgrave, and Lenny Tocco, who each drove in a pair of runs. 

St. Mary’s 3   Whitfield 0
Kevin Hennessy threw a one hitter, striking out 12 to lead St. Mary’s over Whitfield. 

Valley Park 18   Grandview 9
Valley Park outslugged Grandview behind Austin Martin’s 4-for-6 day with three doubles and six RBIs. Logan Martin chipped in with three runs driven in and Dylan Davis, Karl Wagner, Brice Bube each drove in two. 

Hermitage 5   Climax Springs 1
Ash Grove 9   Skyline 8
Rolla 5   Joplin 3
Willard 12   Branson 9
Ft. Osage 3   Belton 0
Summit Christian Academy 5   St. Mary’s 0
Pierce City 7   Diamond 6
Purdy 15   Exeter 3
Monett 13   Aurora 0
Parkview 6   Nixa 2
Mountain Grove 2   Willow Springs 0
Parkway South 12   Mehlville 2
Hermann 10   Owensville 5
Francis Howell North 7   Francis Howell Central 4
Oak Grove 5   Excelsior 1