BABA Roundup

July 22

East-West Division

Bowler 11

Shawano 5

Bowler took down Shawano to improve to 3-7 on the season. Shawano fell to 1-9.

Landon Kroening earned the win on the mound for Bowler while Walker Miller and Cody Montez each provided two hits. Paul Murphy legged out a triple.

Dan Buettner was dealt the loss for Shawano but finished with two hits. Josh Ebert doubled twice.

Little Falls 3

Clintonville 2

Little Falls earned a critical win over Clintonville in 10 innings.

Chris Dunn picked up the win after striking out 14 batters in 10 innings. Hunter Gruenwald posted three hits and scored two runs while Cam Gruenwald and Drew Radies each added two hits for the Loggers (9-2).

John Dunlavy suffered the loss after pitching the final 5⅔ innings. Jake Mattsen pitched the first 4⅓ for the A’s (7-2). Jeremy Schoenike drove in a run while Turner Doornink doubled.

Marion 13

Leopolis 1

Marion handled Leopolis behind a balanced offensive attack.

Dave Jueds led Marion (4-7) with four hits and also earned the win on the mound. Mitch Elandt, Joe Weyenberg and Alex Elandt all chipped in two hits.

Kasey Kristof suffered the loss for Leopolis (3-7). Dan Michonski was the only Bulldog batter with more than one hit.

Gresham 16

Caroline 5

Gresham continued its perfect season with a convincing win over Caroline.

Adam Carroll led the Gophers (11-0) with two hits, including a home run and double, while Mike James doubled among his three hits. Pete Carroll and Joe Ejnik also had three hits each while Derek Bowman picked up the win.

Aaron Hoffman suffered the loss for Caroline (6-5) while Brandon Bernarde led the team with three hits and two runs scored. Austin Hoffman added two hits while Cory Desrochers doubled.

Neopit 8

Tigerton 1

Tigerton lost its share of the West Division lead after a loss to Neopit.

Bobby Peters, Anthony Leahman, Will Corn and Karl Peters all posted two hits for Neopit (7-4) while Dallas Madosh secured the win.

Paul Sellner took the loss for Tigerton (8-3) while Eric Kroening doubled. The Tigers managed just four hits.

Tilleda wins by forfeit

Tilleda earned its second win of the year after Menominee forfeited due to not being able to field a team. Tilleda now owns a 2-9 record while Menominee is 2-8.

Northern Division

Birnamwood 21

Aniwa 4

Birnamwood dominated Aniwa behind some standout games at the plate.

Gus Turner-Zick led the charge with six hits, including a homer, while Corey Krull homered and doubled twice among his five hits. Jacob Piotrowski chipped in three hits while Brady Erickson, Kersey Resch, Austin Reed and Zach Bembenek all had two hits. Dylan Richter earned the win for Birnamwood (5-5).

Zach Weber took the loss for Aniwa (2-8). Brian Hoppe had two hits while Zach Jaje and Cory Mortenson each doubled.

Wittenberg 5

Elderon 3

Wittenberg held off Elderon to improve to .500 overall.

Dominic Anderson picked up the win after pitching 6⅓ innings. Keegan Miller was the lone Wittenberg (5-5) batter to have multiple hits.

Adam Janikowski was dealt the loss for Elderon (5-4). Robby Wyman and Alex Krumins each doubled.

Polar 8

Hatley 4

Polar doubled up Hatley to remain second in the division.

Jed Weix had two hits for Polar (6-4) while Cole Kuenzli earned the victory.

Bo Shroyer took the loss for Hatley (3-7). Andrew Baranowski tallied two hits.

South Central Division

Waupaca 6

Weymont 0

Waupaca blanked Weymont behind the pitching duo of Cam Seidl and Jim Nighbor.

Luke Behm and Kyle Douglas drove in two runs each for Waupaca (10-0) while Tyler Goggins added two hits.

Braiden Kaminski took the loss for Weymont (2-8) while Adam Krause had two hits.

Plover 8

Scandinavia 2

Plover handled Scandinavia to move closer in the conference standings.

Zach Hintz earned the victory for Plover (6-3) while Ryan Glodowski took the loss for Scandinavia (7-3).

Bill Held and John Jazz each had two hits for Plover while Ryan Makuski drove in two runs. Jesse Dickert had two RBIs for Scandinavia while Logan Moe and Jason Steinbach each provided two hits.

Omro 9

New London 7

Omro held off New London to improve to 3-7. New London fell to 1-8.

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