BABA Roundup

BABA Division Finals

East Division

Clintonville 10

Gresham 7

Second-seeded Clintonville escaped with an upset win over top-seeded Gresham to win the East Division Final.

Jon Dunlavy earned the win on the mound while Parker Mindel homered among his four hits at the plate. Hunter Vollmer and Ken Casper each contributed three hits while Kolin Kubitz homered.

Josh Foreman took the loss while Adam Carroll led Gresham with four hits. Ryan James and TJ Arrowood each tallied three hits.

West Division

Little Falls 17

Caroline 2

Top-seeded Little Falls dominated second-seeded Caroline to win the West Division Final.

Chris Dunn secured the win on the mound, striking out 12 batters over six innings. Kasey Morgan and Drew Radies each contributed three hits, with Radies clubbing a homer. Kal Fischer, Hunter Gruenwald, Kyle Fischer and Conner Kurki all had two hits.

Aaron Hoffmann was handed the loss on the hill. Brandon Bernarde led Caroline at the plate with a double and home run.

North Division

Elderon 3

Birnamwood 1

Fourth-seeded Elderon earned its second straight upset win on the road, taking down third-seeded Birnamwood to win the North Division Final.

Casey Kerstner picked up the win on the mound while Justin Meronk led the team with three hits. Marv Meronk tallied two hits.

Zach Bembenek was dealt the loss for Birnamwood, which posted just five hits as a team. Timmy Rew and Corey Krull each had two hits.

South Central Division

Waupaca 9

Scandinavia 1

Top-seeded Waupaca remained perfect on the season, easing past third-seeded Scandinavia to claim the South Central Division Final.

Luke Behm led Waupaca with three hits while Travis Holat and Kyle Goggins each added two hits. All three players homered in the contest. Cam Seidl picked up the win on the mound.

Ryan Glodowski suffered the loss for Scandinavia. Jason Steinbach doubled while Logan Moe drove in the team’s lone run.

AT A GLANCE

BABA Semifinals Schedule

Games are scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Sunday

Elderon (8-6) at Little Falls (13-2)

Waupaca (14-0) at Clintonville (13-2)