Daily Roundup: May 2 Games



Every week, weather had had an impact on games in Missouri, and this week is no different. Snow (that's right, snow in May and rain washed out a good percentage of games.

No. 2 Parkway North 9   Seckman 8
Parkway North walked off with a 9-8 win over Seckman.  In the bottom of the seventh, Garrett Taylor led off with a triple, after a groundout, a walk to Matt Rizzo, and a strikeout; Giuseppe Accardi’s  two out bunt allowed Taylor to score the tying run. Noah Rosen then came up, and with a 3-2 count, singled, scoring Rizzo and winning the game for Parkway North.  Accardi finished the game 3-for-4 with two doubles, the game tying bunt single, and four runs driven in. Brady Pollite had a big day for Seckman in the losing effort, going 3-for-4 with a homerun and four RBIs.

No. 7 Rock Bridge 13   No. 18 Holt 3 

No. 14 Malden 7   South Pemiscott 3
Malden won the Bootheel Conference Tournament behind the pitching of Tanner Murphy, who struck out eight and allowed four hits. Murphy also helped himself by hitting a two run homerun in the third inning that put Malden up 4-3. 

Oran 4   New Madrid 3
Kody Moore delivered on the mound and at the plate to lead Oran over New Madrid. Moore threw four and a third shut out innings, scattering four hits and striking out three. At the plate, Moore went 3-for-4 with three RBIs. Seth Ressel also went 3-for-4 with an RBI. 

Chaffee 6   Naylor 4
Chaffee came back from a 4-0 deficit, scoring three runs in the fourth and three in the fifth to defeat Naylor. Chaffee took the lead in the fifth on a two RBI triple by Layton Tenkhoff.  Jared Walker allowed two earned runs on four hits while striking out 10.

Marquette 7   Mehlville 6
Marquette pulled off another walk off win, this time by scoring two runs in the bottom of the seventh to come away with the win.

Marquette jumped out to an early 5-0 lead after three innings on a second inning Chris Lenzen two run homerun, a third inning two RBI double by Matt Hink and a run scoring triple by Lenzen. 

Mehlville responded with three runs in the fourth and three more in the top of the seventh to take a 6-5 lead. 

As they have on multiple occasions this spring, Marquette showed no quit. Keith Greishaber led the inning off with a single, and advanced to second on a Matt Scheibel fielder’s choice groundout. Danny Mannion followed by reaching first on an error, and moving Greishaber up to third. After a walk to Matt Hink loaded the bases, Lenzen came through again with his fourth RBI of the game, driving home Greishaber to tie the game at 6-6. The next batter, Austin Powers came through with a walk off RBI single, scoring Danny Mannion.

John Burroughs 9   Priory 8 (8 innings)
Burroughs and Priory traded barbs all game long, with each scoring a run in the first and third inning. Priory broke the 2-2 tie in the fourth, scoring two runs and extending their lead to 5-2 with another run in the sixth. Burroughs responded by scoring four in the top of the seventh and taking a 6-5 lead. Alex Jasek and Dwight Sutter scored on an error, and Tom Bolstad drove home two on a double. 

In the bottom of the seventh for Priory, David Nogalski singled, scoring Daniel Watson, who reached on a single, sending the game to extra innings.

In the top of the eighth, Jasek doubled and moved to third and a Sutter single. Foye Oluokun followed with a single, scoring Jasiek. After moving to third on a Drew Philpott single, Sutter scored on a Peter Schnuck sacrifice and Oluokun scored on a Bolstad single, putting Burroughs up 9-6.

Priory made it close in the bottom of the eighth, loading the bases with no one out. A two RBI single by Nogalski cut the lead to 9-8, but the game would end with the tying and winning runs on base.

Oluokun finished the day 4-for-5 with two RBIs and two runs scored, and Bolstand drove in three on three hits 

Sikeston 7   St. Mary’s 1
Jarrett Sandlin threw seven innings, allowing one unearned run and striking out 10. Gavin O'Brien went 2-for-3 with a double and Cord Sheehy also went 2-for-3 stole two bases and scored twice. Josh Hampton chipped in with a double and an RBI and Trey Tigart went 2-for-2 with a double and  two runs driven in. 

Parkway West 12   Hazelwood West 10
Parkyway West outlasted Hazelwood West in a game where nine different Parkway players collected an RBI. Sam Vickroy went 3-for-4 with a RBI and three runs scored to lead the Parkway West offense.  Adam Jelociv, JC Demuri, Jon Gavin, Kris Maddox, Clifford Chi, Jon Demuri, Jake Hughes, and Curtis smith each had one hit and a run driven in. In the losing effort, Aaron Lohmann went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored and Teddy Molinari had three hits and two runs driven in for the Hazelwood West offense. 

Rockwood Summit 12   Parkway Central 0
Nick Miller drove in three runs on two hits and Tim Larrigan drove home two, giving Nick Bamvakais enough run support to pick up the win. Bamvakais fanned five in five innings of shutout work. 

Billings 8   Norwood 3
Austin Essick went 3-for-3 with a double, triple, homerun, with three RBIs and two runs scored and Nathan Smith drove home two to lead the Billings offense.

Parkview 17   Rolla 5
Wayne Manier and Brandon Beavers each homered, and Troy Nemmers drove in three for lead Parkview over Rolla in five innings. 

Valley Park 11   Jennings 5
Lutheran South 11   MICDS 0
Crystal City 2   Perryville 1
Duchesne 9   St. Dominic 6
Chaminade 10   Kennedy 0
O’Fallon Christian 14   Barat 2
Principia 2   Lutheran North 0
Kirkwood 5   University City 3
Waynesville 5   Kickapoo 3
Conway 10   Mansfield 0
Diamond 15   Wheaton 5
Weaubleau 10  Osceola 3
Woodland 8   Advance 1
Scott City 13   Twin Rivers 10
Nevada 12   Sherwood 2
Arcadia Valley 13   Fredericktown 8
Palmyra 9   South Shelby 2
Oak Ridge 9   East Prairie 0
Russellville 12   Eugene 2
Bakersfield 2   Gainesville 1


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