Prep Baseball Report

Daily Roundup: May 7 Games

No. 1 Westminster 11   John Burroughs 2
The middle of the Westminster order combined for 10 RBIs as Westminster rolled over Burroughs. No. 3 hitter Shane Benes went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, No. 4 hitter Brett Bond 2-for-3 with two RBIs, No. 5 hitter Caleb Hicks 3-for-4 with three RBIs, and No. 6 hitter Travis Ralls 1-for-2 with a two run homerun.  Starting pitcher Davis Vanderslice struck out seven and allowed eight hits and two earned runs in five innings of work. 

No. 2 Parkway North 9   Kirkwood 0
Connor Ladig threw six and two thirds innings of two hit shutout ball and Giuseppe Accardi and Jon Shankner each drove home two runs to support Ladig’s strong outing. Matt Rizzo had a 3-for-4 game with an RBI and run scored and Daniel Brodsky crossed the plate three times after reaching base on a double and two walks. 

No. 6 Jefferson City   Waynesville 0 

No. 8 SLUH 1   No. 10 Vianney 0
Brian Howard struck out 10 and allowed only two hits to lead SLUH over Vianney, his first win against Vianney in his career.  John Ceriotti’s RBI single in the fifth inning proved to be the game winner. 

No. 10 Vianney 3   Triad (IL) 2
Tyler Carpenter doubled and drove in two runs and Cody Massey drove home one to lead Triad over Vianney. Richard Boatman threw a complete game, scattering three hits and allowing two earned runs. 

No. 14 Forsyth   Ava 0
As he has on multiple occasions this spring, Jay Kaufman led Forsyth on the mound and at the plate. Kaufmam threw a complete game four hit shutout, fanning seven batters. He also went three for three at the plate with a double and an RBI. Alex Pate had three RBIs on a hit, with two RBIs coming on a first inning double and his third on a fourth inning sacrifice fly.

No. 15 Logan-Rogersville 12   Republic 3
Logan Rogersville erupted for seven runs in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach. Evan Gruener finished the day 2-for-4 with four RBIs to lead the Rogersville offense. Justin King gets the win for Rogersville allowing two hits and four innings, Jacob Schlesener threw the final three inning, striking out five and surrendering two hits to pick up the save. 

No. 16 Wentzville Holt 0   Ft. Zumwalt South 1

No. 17 Springfield Catholic 1   Lebanon 12
Austin Knight threw five innings, striking out eight and allowing four hits to shut down the streaking Catholic offense. Dylan Bradshaw led Lebanon going 3-for-4 with four RBIs and Brad Archer went 3-for-3.

No. 22 Lee’s Summit West 4   St. Joseph 0
No. 22 Lee’s Summit West 5   St. Joseph 0 

No. 25 Clever 9   Hartville 8 (9innings)
Clever topped Hartville 9-8 in 9 innings.  Braydn Daniel smacked a walk-off single in the ninth inning to win the game.  Clever pounded out 14 hits, with Chance Wolfe going 4-for-6 with four RBIs to lead the offense.  Wolfe also picked up the win in relief.  

Joplin 19   Glendale 17
In a slugfest, Joplin barely outlasted Glendale 19-17. The teams combined for 33 hits and 11 different pitchers were used. Joplin scored 10 runs in the top of the third, highlighted by a bases loaded triple off the bat off Gavin Jones, followed by a triple by Adam St. Peter that scored Jones. Glendale scraped back, scoring four in the bottom of the third. In the top of the fourth, Joplin scored five more on an RBI single by Brett Graham and another bases loaded triple, this time by Colton Johnson. Johnson led Joplin with five RBIs, Graham and Jones ended the day with three RBIs each. In the losing effort, Will Blount went 5-for-6 with six runs driven in. 

Sikeston  2   East Carter 1
Patrick Smith’s walk off single drove home Doug Still to win 2-1. Trey Tigart threw a one hitter and struck out 11 batters. 

Blue Springs 5   Raymore-Peculiar 3
David Stober singled and doubled with two runs driven to lead the Blue Springs offense and Alex Duvall pitcher a three hitter to pick up the win. 

Lee’s Summit 6   Blue Springs South 1
Jordan Knutson led Lee’s Summit at the plate and on the mound. Knutson singled home a run in the first, had an RBI doubled in the third, and a solo homerun in the fifth, going 3-for-4 on the afternoon. On the mound, Knutson threw three innings of no hit ball in relied, striking gout four to pick up the save. Starting pitcher Jordan Cox scattered five hits over the first four innings. 

Oran 6   Bell City 0
Chance Tenkhoff threw a complete game shutout, striking out nine and allowing four hits. Alex Huering, Bear Hicks, Hunter Schlosser, Preston Hahn, and Dustin Gebhardt each collected an RBI. 

Marquette 11   Fox 1
Marquette banged out 12 hits, with 10 different batters collecting at least one hit. Keith Greishaber went 2-for-2 with a homerun and two RBIs and Matt Hink hit a two run homer in the second inning, helping himself on the mound. Hink threw six innings, allowing three hits to shut down the Fox offense. Chris Lenzen also picked up two RBIs on a first inning double to get the scoring started for Marquette.

Chaffee 9   East Prairie 2
Jared Walker went 2-for-4 with two doubles. Two runs scored, and three RBIs to lead the Chaffee offense. Cody Johnson struck out eight in six innings, while allowing three hits and an earned run. 

Blair Oaks 14   Osage 4
Kyler Maxey led the hit parade with a 3-for-4 afternoon, with three doubles and four runs driven in. Ryan Abbott had a solo homerun and a RBI double, Daniel Castillo had a pair of RBI doubles, and Seth Eskins two hits and two RBIs in the win. 

Blair Oaks 13   California 1
A seven run third inning sparked Blair Oaks to their second win of the day in five innings. D Distler homered and doubled, driving in three to lead the Blair Oaks offense. Daniel Castillo had another big game, going 2-for-4 with a homerun and two RBIs; Hayden Haney and Jacob Koelling also drove home two runs. Kyler Maxey struck out seven in three innings of no hit ball to pick up the win. 

Branson 7   Parkview 0
Tyler Whiteis and Rickey Ward hit back-to-back homeruns in the second inning to lead Branson over Parkview. Barrett White pitched a complete game shutout, allowing six hits and striking out four. 

Kickapoo 7   Webb City 4
Logan Wiley picked up his sixth win of the season and had two hits to lead Kickapoo over Web City. Wiley got some help offensively from Jake Smith, who drove home two on two hits. 

Seckman 9  DeSmet 3
Brady Politte had a perfect 3-for-3 game at the plate, driving in four runs to power the Seckman offense. 

Clayton 6   Windsor 4
Justin Gellman collected three hits and four RBIs to lead the Clayton offense. Auggie Mense chipped in with two hits and two runs driven in to back Nick Stone, who threw five and two thirds innings to pick up the win 

Lafayette 7   Timberland 6
Nick Oliff doubled and drove home three and Eval Aliano drove home two on three hits, including two doubles to lead the Lafayette offense. 

Lafayette 6   Savannah 2
Grain Valley 15   Pleasant Hill 4
Southern Boone 9   Eldon 3
Warsaw 4   Southern Boone 2
Warsaw 13   Eldon 5
Carl Junction 8   Nixa 5
Diamond 10   College Heights 0
Truman 12   Ruskin 2
LeBlond 11   Maryville 8
Ash Grove 13   Fordland 2
Dexter 10   Neeleyville 5
Miller 3   Jasper 1
Dora 5   Ellington 0
Pierce City 13   Eldon 5
Monett 18   Everton 2
Skyline 6   Central 4
Mtn. Grove 1   Marshfield 0
Mansfield 7   Houston 5
Lutheran St. Charles 14   Kennedy 0
Affton 3   Mehlville 2
Ft. Zumwalt North 4   O’Fallon Christian 3
Francis Howell Central 5   Pattonville 0
Parkway Central 5    Chaminade 4
Eureka 10   Lindbergh 0
Lutheran North 7   Priory 6
Parkway South 3   NW Cedar Hill 1
Jefferson 1   Hillsboro 0