Prep Baseball Report

Daily Roundup: March 26 Games

Shon Plack
Missouri Scouting Director

Games for Wednesday, March 26

Class 5

#1 Blue Springs South 11, Truman 1
Blue Springs South opened up a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning to earn an 11-1 win over Truman.  The Jaguars collected 16 hits in the win, with five hitters having a multi-hit game. Connor Davis broke the game open with a two-run single in the 5th inning. Caleb Humphreys earned the win going five innings. He allowed one run on two hits with five strike outs and two walks.  Christian Janota's RBI double in the third inning was the only offense the Patriots in the loss.  The Jaguars move to a perfect 3-0 on the season.

#2 Francis Howell 12, Fort Zumwalt West 4
Zack Smith was 3-for-3 for Fort Zumwalt West, but that wasn't enough as Francis Howell scored 12 runs on 14 hits to claim the 12-4 victory.  Ryan Perkins hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the first inning to give the Vikings and early 3-2 lead.  The Jaguars regained the lead in the top of the 2nd when Danny Wright doubled and scored, but the defending state champs scored nine unanswered runs to move to 4-0 on the season.  Austin Forney, relieved Chris Beckmann in the first, and earned the win working six innings allowing two runs on five hits.  Five Viking players finished with a multi-hit game.

#5 Rockhurst 15, Lee's Summit North 5 (5 inn.)
Tyler Benninghoff gets win, Jack Benninghoff doubles and triples as Rockhurst scores 15 runs on 14 hits. 

#6 CBC 6, Timberland 4
Matt Vierling hits a walk-off home run in the 10th to keep CBC perfect at 4-0.  Timberland drops to 3-1.  CBC will face-off against Francis Howell today in the Championship of the Troy Tournament. 

#7 De Smet 9, Troy Buchanan 0

#9 Vianney 8, Lindberg 1

Platte County 12, St. Pius X 2
Platte County jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first and never looked back in a 12-2 win over St. Pius  Nabil Ahmed led the Pirates offensively, going 3-for-4 with 3 RBI and scored two runs. Topher Kilkenny got in on the action going 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI. Starter Dylan Watson went 2.2 innings allowing no runs on one hit and struck out four.  Matt Metford earned the win going 3.1 innings giving up two earned runs on three hits.

Raymore-Peculiar 4, Park Hill 2
Evan Rathburn led off the game with solo home run to center field to give Ray-Pec an early lead. The Panthers tacked on couple of more runs, and a Josh Scribner RBI single in the 5th gave Ray-Pec at 4-0 lead.  A couple of Dodge City recruits got things going for Park Hill in the 6th. Ricky Trammel doubled home John Balsamo, who earlier singled.  Trammel later scored after an error and ground ball to make the score 4-2.  Park Hill had the bases loaded in the bottom of the 7th with two out, but Kyle Barton earned the save by getting Trammel to pop out to end the game.  Ben Harris picked up the win for the Panthers while Caleb Sneed earned the tough loss for the Trojans.

Parkway North 7, Parkway Central 2
Fort Zumwalt South 9, Seckman 2
Belton 16, Warrensburg 6
St. Joseph Central 9, LeBlonde 3
Fort Zumwalt North 11, Francis Howell North 7
St. Charles West 10, Fort Zumwalt East 9
Hazelwood West 8, Mehlville 4
Kirkwood 7, SLUH 1

Class 4

Parkway South 13, #1 Westminster 8
Parkway South got six runs in the 4th and six more in the 6th to give Westminster their first loss of the season. Luke Bukula went 2-for-3 and drove in three runs to help Parkway South remain perfect with a 5-0 record this season.  Brett Bond and Jacob Matheny each hit home runs for Westminster.

#3 Logan Rogersville 10, Branson 3
Garrett Jernigan homers, doubles and knocks in three runs to lead Logan-Rogersville to 10-3 win over Branson. Tad Mitchell and Jordan Fitzpatrick collected three hits each in the win.  Bailey Jenkins earned the win for Logan-Rogersville going 5 innings allowing three runs on seven hits with five K's and two walks. 

#4 Sikeston 18, Malden 1

#8 Savannah 9, Chillicothe 5
Savannah broke a 5-5 tie in the top of the 7th when Blake McGinness scored on a pass ball. The Savages went to score three more runs and claim the 9-5 victory in the season opener.  Clayton McGinness was the difference in the game, going 4.0 innings in relief allowing now runs on three hits and earning nine strikeouts.  Clayton McGinness was also 2-for-4 at the plate with 3 RBI and a run scored.  Dalton Humphries added a pair of singles and added an RBI in the win.  Bailey Aldrich earned the win for the Savages.

Class 3

#1 Springfield Catholic 14, Fair Grove 3
Matt Snodgrass and and Isaac Gray hit a pair of doubles to lead Springfield Catholic past Fair Grove 14-3.  Tyler Arst drove in five runs and Matthew Tipton added four RBI in the Fighting Irish win.  Drew Rash got the win working three innings giving no runs on one hit and a strike out.  Tyler Lumley picked up one of the four Fair Grove hits on the day.

Reeds Spring 12, #10 Clever 1

Class 2

#5 Chaffee 1, Cape Central 0
Cody Payne out-duled Chase Hagerty to earn the 1-0 victory for Chaffee.  Payne tossed a complete game shut-out on 3 hits, 8 strikeouts and a walk.  Hagerty's complete game was equally impressive allowing one run on 4 hits with 8 strikouts and a walk in six innings of work.  Storm Estates knocked in Chaffee's only run in the bottom of the 6th with a one-out single that scored Layton Tenkhoff.

#8 Skyline 11, Wheatland 1
Lawson 17, West Platte 4

Class 1

#1 Oran 9, Advance 7
Oran rebounded after losing a one run game to Bloomfield in the season opener. The Eagles took a 9-2 lead into the 7th inning and escaped when Thomas Trankler came on to get the final ground ball out with two on and two out.  Hunter Schlosser went 2-for-4 with three runs batted in to lead the Eagels.  Seth Ressel earned the win working five innings allowing one earned run and scattering four hits.  He struck out five and walked two in the victory

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